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Read how Rabi Das is keeping the master-disciple tradition alive in this dog-eat-dog world

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Read how Rabi Das is keeping the master-disciple tradition alive in this dog-eat-dog world

The Guru-disciple tradition is a centuries-old tradition in India and some outstanding examples of this relationship include Vishwamitra – Rama, Sandipani – Krishna, Parashurama – Bhishma, Dronacharya – Arjuna and Ramakrishna Paramhansa – Swami Vivekananda. However, with the passage of time, the guru-shishya tradition is almost lost. Continuing the tradition, a student has dedicated his life to the service of his teacher.

In this dog-eat-dog world, the words ‘guru’ and ‘disciple’ gradually replaced ‘teacher’ and ‘student’ respectively. Not only the terminology, the nature of this relationship has also undergone a phenomenal change. Today both teacher and student do not have time for each other. But if you come in front of Rabi-Narottam then you will be stunned to see their strong bonding in this era.

Meet Rabi Das and his mentor Narottam Das. Rabi Das has literally dedicated his life to the service of his Guru. He takes his guru in a hand-pulled rickshaw and visits nearby villages to propagate the tradition and glory religion.

He has been doing this for the last ten years. Every day he takes Guru Narottam who is too old for the 20-25 km ride. Apart from propagating Mahima Dharma, the teacher-student duo is spreading the lost Guru-Shishya tradition in Nayahat, Kakatpur and Ataranga.

The Rabi said, “It is my utmost duty to serve my Guru. After facing many difficulties, I have found my Guru. Now I am engaged in the service of my Guru. In coming in contact with my Guru and serving him.” You can’t believe I’m truly living a peaceful life after being completely devoted. Ever since I surrendered myself to him, I haven’t been sick. When I take him in my car , then I feel as if I am not driving and I feel as if it is spontaneously moving and I am flying in the sky. I will do my duty towards them till my last breath.”

Narottam Das said, “I have done good deeds in the past that I have received him as my disciple. For the sake of the country and our fellow citizens, we are going from village to village. We are preaching that how to attain salvation in life. get receive.”

, Read how Rabi Das is keeping the master-disciple tradition alive in this dog-eat-dog world

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