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About Guruji

Born in 1956 in southern India.

  • Often found deep in meditation as a child. At the age of four, astonishes his teachers by reciting the Bhagavad Gita, an ancient Sanskrit scripture.

  • Starts lessons with his first teacher, Pandit Sudhakar Chaturvedi, a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi.

  • Becomes a scholar in Vedic literature and obtains an advanced degree in modern science by the age of 17.

Conferred with:

  • Doctor of Literature Honoris Causa, Kuvempu University, Karnataka, India, 2004

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Holistic Medicine) Honoris Causa, Open International University for Complementary Medicine, Sri Lanka, 2006

  • Doctor of Science Honoris Causa, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, India 2007

  • Doctor of Letters Honoris Causa, Maharaja Sayajirao University, India, 2007

His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is a universally revered spiritual and humanitarian leader. His vision of a violence-free, stress-free society through the reawakening of human values has inspired millions to broaden their spheres of responsibility and work towards the betterment of the world.

Sri Sri is a multi-faceted social activist whose initiatives include conflict resolution, disaster and trauma relief, poverty alleviation, empowerment of women, prisoner rehabilitation, education for all and campaigns against female foeticide and child labour. He is engaged in peace negotiations and counselling in conflict zones around the world. His expertise in bringing opposing parties to the negotiating table in areas such as Sri Lanka, Iraq, Cameroon, Kashmir and Bihar is widely acknowledged.

In 1981, Sri Sri established the Art of Living, an educational and humanitarian Non-Governmental Organisation that works in special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Present in over 140 countries, it formulates and implements lasting solutions to conflicts and issues faced by individuals, communities and nations. In 1997, Sri Sri founded the International Association for Human Values (IAHV) to foster human values and lead sustainable development projects.

Sri Sri has reached out to an estimated 300 million people worldwide through personal interactions, public events, teachings, Art of Living workshops and humanitarian initiatives. Not since Mahatma Gandhi has one person united people of different traditions and faiths into a spiritual communion across the length and breadth of India.

He has brought to the masses ancient practices which were traditionally kept exclusive and has designed many self-development techniques which can easily be integrated into daily life to calm the mind and instill confidence and enthusiasm. These techniques have helped thousands overcome depression and violent and suicidal tendencies. One of his most unique offerings to the world is the Sudarshan Kriya, a powerful breathing technique that facilitates physical, mental, emotional and social well-being.

Numerous honours have been bestowed upon Sri Sri, including the Order of the Pole Star (the highest state honour in Mongolia), the Peter the Great Award (Russian Federation), the Sant Shri Dnyaneshwara World Peace Prize (India) and the Global Humanitarian Award (USA). Sri Sri has addressed several prestigious international forums, including the United Nations Millennium World Peace Summit (2000), the World Economic Forum (2001, 2003) and several parliaments across the globe.

Sri Sri travels to nearly 40 countries every year, exemplifying his call to globalise wisdom. His universal message is that love and wisdom can prevail over hatred and distress




The Sanskrit word “Gu” means darkness or ignorance. “Ru” denotes the remover of that darkness.Thereforeone who removes darkness of our ignorance is a GURU.

Only he who removes our ultimate darkness, known as Maya, and.

who inspires and guides us on to the path of God-realization is the true GURU.

Students also refer to their school teacher or college lecturer asGURU. The connotation of the wordGURUin this case is one who imparts temporal knowledge (Apara Vidya) and is thus accordingly offered respect.


A spiritual aspirant, no matter how brilliant, can never attain such knowledge by his own endeavor. This is stipulated in the Shrimad Bhagwatam in which Jadbharat reveals to king Rahugan :

“O Rahugan! One cannot attain knowledge of Atma and Paramatma by performing penance, sacrifices, renunciation, Vedic study or worshipping deities of water, fire or the sun.

But when the dust from the feet of a satpurush (God-realized GURU)sprinkles on our heads, then we can surely attain this knowledge.”

“If a person, despite possessing: a handsome, disease-free body, fame, a mountain of wealth, and even if he has studied the Vedas and all other scriptures, and has himself composed many scriptures, but has not surrendered himself at the feet of aGURU,then he has achieved nothing, nothing, nothing & finally also nothing.”


TheGURUplays a vital role in boosting the aspirant frequently, when he loses track, becomes despondent or simply runs out of steam. The aspirant is thus better able to obey theGURUif he understands theGURU’S GLORY.


In the presence of the GURU you become more alive.  The pinnacle of intellect is awakened intelligence.
GURU invokes not only intelligence but also the intellect in you. Knowledge may not invoke intelligence, but in intelligence, knowledge  is inherent.

Whether you like it or not, the GURU principle pervades your life. Your mother is your first GURU and then from science to spirituality, from  birth to death, GURU principle permeates your life.

There is a GURU for every discipline – a religious GURU (dharma), a  family GURU (kula), a rajguru (GURU for the kingdom), a vidya GURU (GURU for a particular discipline)and a sat GURU (spiritualGURU).

In the Upanishads five signs of SAT GURU are mentioned. In the presence of the SAT GURU; Knowledge flourishes (Gyana raksha); Sorrow diminishes (Dukha kshaya); Joy wells up without any reason (Sukha aavirbhava); Abundance dawns (Samriddhi); All talents manifest (Sarva  samvardhan).

Tum se Ho Jodi Saanchi Preet……………………..

Ek Tera Saath Hamein Do Jahan Se Pyaara Hai………….

Guruji Ji So Sweet…………………..

Maine Socha Na Tha………………..

Tu Pyaar Ka Saagar Hai…………………….


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