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Dec 8, 2021

[Answer] The word 'guru' has been adopted from which language?

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In Sanskrit, 'guru' means heavy. In Indian tradition, knowledge is considered to be heavier or important than anything else, so a person, who is more knowledgeable than you and is willing to impart his knowledge to you, is a guru for you. A guru is considered to be next to God only. In fact, God Shiv has been given the title of 'Aadiguru' which means the first guru or the guru of mankind. A guru is more than a teacher since a teacher imparts worldly knowledge only. But a guru can be a religious guru, a spiritual guru or a guru imparting worldly knowledge.

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