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adj 1. in Ayurveda, “heavy” as a guna, one of the qualities characterizing all substances. Its complement is laghu.
2. a spiritual teacher, particularly in Tantric traditions. See also gunas and laghu.
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I did think of a sting but Guruji discouraged me from venturing into any stupid campaign.
Guruji introduced him to us as the son of his sister, news that was unsettling because we wondered whether he would get special treatment in spite of guruji's reputation for fairness.
Bhagat; background music, Salim-Sulaiman; song music, Pritam; lyrics, Sameer; art directors, Guruji brothers, Rachna Rastogi, K.
Pandit Arun Debnath, or Guruji, and his wife, Dr Sanghamitra Acharya, were first brought to the region in 1998 by Dr Anand and his wife Dr Anthea Anand.
Its most revered ideologue, Guruji Golwalker, argued in a tract called We, or Our Nation Defined (1939) that Muslims living in India should be second-class citizens, living on Hindu sufferance, with no rights of any kind:
The untrained practitioner in the village, 55-year-old Rauthan Guruji, is the principal of the Government Inter College, a high school in Bhatwari.
Where the printed version begins by putting the words of the text in the mouth of "Sri Satiguru Miharban," the manuscript ascribes the text to the notably vaguer agency of "Siri Guruji.
Social and kinship titles and the customs are explained throughout, and there is a most helpful if slightly uncritical glossary - why gloss nightjar but not Wah Guruji ki Fateh?
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The police in Pune's Pimpri suburb lodged a complaint against Shivjagar Pratisthan president Sambhaji Bhide Guruji and Hindu Janjagruti Samiti president Milind Ekbote.
He praised him by saying: " Guruji (Ravi Shankar) has shown us that doing yoga is beneficial for our lives.