guru

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An advisor or mentor

He acted as her guru, giving much needed advice over the years.

A Hindu, Sikh or thereupon modeled sectarian spiritual teacher
A leader or expert in a field

The investment guru made his name by avoiding stock about to be wiped out in the crash of 2009.

Literally, "from darkness to light" a person who acts as spiritual teacher and role model In the hijra community, one's superior and the person primarily responsible for one's welfare as well
The manifest form of the teaching principle of God 'Gu' refers to darkness assuming the form of ignorance 'Ru' refers to radiance in the form of spiritual knowledge This radiance dispels the darkness of ignorance Thus, the Guru is One Who with His radiance, dispels the darkness of ignorance in His disciple A Guru is of at least a 70 % spiritual level
(Sanskrit) Spiritual teacher and guide
teacher, spiritual teacher, guide
a Hindu or Buddhist religious leader and spiritual teacher
A guru is a person who some people regard as an expert or leader. Fashion gurus dictate crazy ideas such as squeezing oversized bodies into tight trousers
{i} one who gives spiritual instruction (Hinduism); mentor, guide, wise teacher; expert in a certain technical area who helps others (Computers)
a teacher who has attained mastery in the Supracosmic Sphere
A Hindu spiritual teacher
a recognized leader in some field or of some movement; "a guru of genomics"
A spiritual Teacher or Master who radiates enlightenment
a Hindu or Buddhist religious leader and spiritual teacher a recognized leader in some field or of some movement; "a guru of genomics"
Spiritual Master/Guide
  (Skt Venerable, weighty) A preceptor, giving religious instructions, a spiritual guide Guru is  an epithet used for the founder of Sikhism, Sri Guru Nanak Dev, and his nine successors In Sikh scriptures and literature, 'the word Guru' does not always refer to a human being According to the context, it is also used for God, the Guru's word, the Holy Granth Sahib and the Panth
A guru is a religious and spiritual leader and teacher, especially in Hinduism. Title of the first 10 leaders of Sikhism. The first was Nanak, who before his death (1539) began the tradition that allowed the Guru to name his successor. He was followed by Angad (1539-1552), Amar Das, Ramdas (1574-1581), Arjan, Hargobind, Hari Rai, Hari Krishen (1661-1664), Tegh Bahadur (1664-1675), and Gobind Singh. In time the Guru became as much a military as a spiritual leader. Gobind Singh discontinued the office in 1708 and vested its authority in the Sikh sacred scripture, the Adi Granth. See also guru. In Hinduism, a personal spiritual teacher. In ancient India, knowledge of the Vedas was transmitted through oral teaching from guru to pupil. The rise of the bhakti movement further increased the importance of gurus, who were often looked on as living embodiments of spiritual truth and were identified with the deity. They prescribed spiritual disciplines to their devotees, who followed their dictates in a tradition of willing service and obedience. Men or women may be gurus, though generally only men have established lineages. See also Guru
each of the first ten leaders of the Sikh religion
Teacher
spiritual master
A spiritual teacher
(Sanskrit word meaning "weighty one"), gurudev(a): spiritual preceptor in the Hindu and yogic tradition
Spiritual teacher
a Hindu or Buddhist religious leader and spiritual teacher a recognized leader in some field or of some movement; "a guru of genomics" each of the first ten leaders of the Sikh religion
a Sanskrit and pan-Indian word denoting a spiritual master or teacher It implies an initiatory relation between master and disciple The guru passes on oral tradition and ascetic regimen to the student
A spiritual teacher, guide, or confessor amoung the Hindoos
The Spiritual Master
Literally, "the dispeller of darkness"; the power that can dispel the darkness of ignorance and reveal the pure light of the Self, which shines in every being A spiritual seeker must listen to the voice of the Guru within, sometimes think of the Guru without, and remain united with both The words and vibrations of the Guru help unrealized beings to realize their true nature, not all at once, but in accordance with the capacity of each seeker In this way a tradition of knowledge is established, and Gurus or Masters are created
Spiritual teacher; an expert in any field of knowledge
Preceptor, Teacher
enlightened spiritual teacher
An advanced spiritual teacher
Master of Metaphysics who teaches students how to attain their optimal spiritual level
A teacher, par ticularly of the spiritual kind
A religious teacher Almost every brahmin family has a `guru' family: the post of teacher was hereditary This term should not be confused with purohit
spiritual guide
Guru Granth Sahib
the sacred Sikh scripture
Guru Nanak
an Indian religious leader who started the Sikh religion. He lived and taught in the Punjab region of northern India (1469-?1539)
adi-guru
The First "first spiritual master" of a disciplic succession
gurus
plural of guru
unix guru
an expert on the UNIX operating system
Türkisch - Englisch
guru
guru yolu
(Din) gurdwara
guru

    Silbentrennung

    gu·ru

    Türkische aussprache

    guru

    Antonyme

    follower, student

    Aussprache

    /ˈgo͞oˌro͞o/ /ˈɡuːˌruː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'gur-(")ü also g&a ] (noun.) 1613. From Hindi गुरू (guru) / Urdu گرو (guru) Sanskrit गुरु (gurú, “venerable, respectable”), originally "heavy" and in this sense cognate to English grieve. A traditional etymology based on the Advayataraka Upanishad (14–18, verse 5) describes the syllables gu 'darkness' and ru 'dispeller', combining as who dispells darkness.

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