About Us


Our Vision is to revive the age-old Guru-Shishya Parampara of India by connecting millions of seekers with the right Gurus.


Our mission is to assist people with that wonderful journey we call life. Our goal is to create a single resource that would open the doors for people to reach experts in the fields related to age-old Indian sciences such as Astrology, Ayurveda and Yoga as well as latest sciences such as music therapy and motivation.


The word ‘Guru’, in hindi, literally means one who takes from darkeness to light. In India, Guru is regarded more important than God because he is the one who shows the path that leads to God. However with the passage of time and the influence of western culture on Indian ethos, the Guru-Shishya Parampara (Teacher-Disciple Tradition) has gradually withered away.

In the modern context, Guru is someone who can show you the right path to help you reach your goals. GurusOfIndia.com is a first-of-its-kind experiment in India to connect people seeking to improve their life with the right Gurus. Keeping a 360º approach, we have introduced a variety of experts from different fields including Astrology, Ayurveda, Fengshui, Motivation, Numerology, Panchkarma, Palmistry, Spirituality, Tarot and Yoga.

In future we also plan to include music therapy as a complete healing exercise. We also plan to organize special camps where we intend to bring together all experts so that people can have one-on-one interaction with them.

The Importance of Guru

Guru is the God, say the scriptures. Indeed, the 'guru' in Vedic tradition is looked upon as one no less than a God. 'Guru' is a honorific designation of a preceptor as defined and explained variously in the scriptures and ancient literary works including epics. The English word 'guru' has its etymological origin in the Sanskrit term.

Just as the moon shines by reflecting the light of the sun, and glorifies it, all disciples can dazzle like the moon by gaining from their Gurus.

Kabir said: "If all the land were turned to paper and all the seas turned to ink, and all the forests into pens to write with, they would still not suffice to describe the greatness of the guru."

The Brahmanda Puran says:
"Guru is Shiva sans his three eyes,
Vishnu sans his four arms
Brahma sans his four heads.
He is parama Shiva himself in human form"

Swami Sivananda said: "Do you realize now the sacred significance and the supreme importance of the Guru's role in the evolution of man? It was not without reason that the India of the past carefully tended and kept alive the lamp of Guru-Tattva. It is therefore not without reason that India, year after year, age after age, commemorates anew this ancient concept of the Guru, adores it and pays homage to it again and again, and thereby re-affirms its belief and allegiance to it. For, the true Indian knows that the Guru is the only guarantee for the individual to transcend the bondage of sorrow and death, and experience the Consciousness of the Reality."