The book “Guru and Disciple” by Dada Bhagwan is a spiritual guide that explores the relationship between a guru (teacher) and a disciple (student) in the context of Jainism. The book delves into the significance of finding a true guru, the qualities one should look for in a guru, and the responsibilities of a disciple towards the guru.
The author emphasizes the importance of seeking a guru who possesses self-realization and can guide the disciple towards spiritual growth and enlightenment. Dada Bhagwan also discusses the role of the disciple in surrendering to the guru and following their teachings with devotion and humility.
The book illustrates the importance of the guru-disciple relationship in the journey towards self-realization and the attainment of inner peace. Dada Bhagwan offers insights on how the relationship can lead to the transformation of the disciple and help them overcome life’s challenges.
Overall, “Guru and Disciple” is a comprehensive guide for those seeking spiritual guidance and understanding the dynamics of the guru-disciple relationship within the context of Jainism. The book provides practical wisdom and principles to help individuals make informed choices when seeking a spiritual mentor and navigating the path to spiritual growth and self-realization.
The book “Guru and Disciple” by Gnani Purush Dada Bhagwan discusses the sacred and unique relationship between a Guru and disciple. It provides in-depth answers to questions about the Guru-disciple relationship, making it an invaluable resource for those on a spiritual quest or seeking spiritual guidance. The book emphasizes the importance of having a Guru in both worldly and spiritual endeavors, and explores the qualities of an ideal disciple and guide. This publication, originally in Gujarati, was released in 1998 and is available under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International license.