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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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SOUNDBITE) (Hindi) SUSHILA SINGH, A TEACHER OF ART OF LIVING, SAYING: "As on today, in Lategarh, we have conducted classes for 1200 to 1300 Maoists and in the rest 26 districts of Jharkhand all have signed the MoUs (memorandum of understanding) and we are working in around 17 jails and we have talked to Guruji that we need some more teachers in Jharkhand.
So I have brought my Guruji from Bhubaneshwar for the dance festival," said Sarbani Nandi.
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.
Guruji, 54, and Dr Acharya, 41, who live in New Delhi and are among India's top vocal performers and coaches, were invited to visit the centre and help realise the dream of bringing world class performers from India to the North-East to spread and develop new musical genres.
In another instance, a man claimed how he was saved from a major accident from a speeding lorry due to the grace of guruji.
They are: regular permanent teachers in formal primary schools; the Shiksha Karmi who is recruited on probation by Janpad Panchayat for the formal primary schools at about half of the remuneration compared to the regular teacher; and temporary EGS Guruji, a local teacher, nominated by the community and the Sarpanch.
When he was released from jail by the mogul emperor Jahangir along with 52 Hindu princes, Guruji returned to Amritsar in 1620 and the Golden Temple was illuminated in honour of his release.
In India, pistachios are a major part of the population's diet and are used in the popular saffron pistachio drink, Shree Guruji Kesar Pista Sharbat.
Of course we would have loved to have Guruji on the chair and work under his guidance but our first priority is to see that the Government remains stable.
Sister Clare said the order was created in 1917 by Fujii Guruji, a Buddhist monk in Japan who worked with Mahatma Gandhi and who, before he died in 1985 at age 100, urged his followers to build pagodas for peace.
The first, a Ram Leela artist and Right Wing Hindu, is influenced by a guruji who has a political party named Maa Ki Dal.