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Introduction of Avadhutha, Sadguru, paramahamsa


      Guru is one with Brahman he has realized the real purpose of life . The truest purpose of life is not only  to get married , produced children and acclaim and worldly goals .  we got human life to realize the self .

Guru always makes disciple to do what  he says  without giving the reason. Its duty of the disciple to follow with an utmost concentration. Guru is always an unerring in his wisdom. By listening to him and following him we save our self by many births

Guru is one who has realized the self( Brahman ). He knows the path to reach and realize self. He can guide his disciples to realize self without much rebirths,
He makes us to shred our small pleasure for attaining "ETERNAL BLISS".


Sadhguru is a Sanskrit word. sadguru is an enlightened soul, whose only purpose is to guide and initiate his disciple to realize self.
Sadhguru is an enlightened soul who can induce bleachers blessfullness by his sight, touch or instruction.
As per one of the kabir's song.
He is the real Sadhu, who can reveal the form of the Formless to the vision of these eyes;
Who teaches the simple way of attaining Him, that is other than rites or ceremonies;
Who does not make you close the doors, and hold the breath, and renounce the world;
Who makes you perceive the Supreme Spirit wherever the mind attaches itself;
Who teaches you to be still in the midst of all your activities.
Ever immersed in bliss, having no fear in his mind, he keeps the spirit of union in the midst of all enjoyments.
The infinite dwelling of the Infinite Being is everywhere: in earth, water, sky, and air;
Firm as the thunderbolt, the seat of the seeker is established above the void.
He who is within is without: I see Him and none else.(translated by rabindranath tagore)

Sant Kabir
Sant Tukaram
Sadguru Sri Satupasi


      Paramahamsa is a sanskrit word which literally means "Supreme Swan".
Param means 'Supreme', Hamsa means 'Swan'. Etymology says that 'aham' and 'sa' joined together to form hamsa. Aham is I and sa is HE that is 'I am HE'. I refers to living soul(Jeevatma) HE refers to supreme soul(Paramatma). Advaita philosophy advocates oneness of Jeevatma and Paramatma is realization of Brahman.
Aham means ahamkara or ego.
Hamsa or Swan is the only creature in the world which separates milk from water when mixed.
Paramahamsa is one who sees god in every creations . He is fully realized soul, he is completely liberated from all bond, he has no likes or dislikes. For paramahansa everything is God.
Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa
Paramahamsa Yogananda
Paramahamsa Sadguru Sri Satupasi

     Avadhutha is a 'Jevanvmuktha'(liberated soul).He shows the path of MOKSHA. "avadhūta," came to be associated with the crazy modes of behaviour, some avadhuta's are the reversal of social norms, their behaviour is characterized by spontaneous lifestyle. They are non egoistic, never bother about social norms and social etiquette. They rarely mingle with society. Except for their Disciples they are not understood by general public. They allow only jignasu(curious to know about self or craving for moksha).
The different avadhutas are,
Bramhavadhūta ,Shaivavadhūta, Viravadhūta, Kulavadhūta.



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