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guru

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1. n. an experienced LSD user who guides someone else on a trip. Wilmer volunteered to serve as a guru, but he never showed up.
2. n. a stockbroker or other financial advisor. (Securities markets.) My guru says to sell all my bonds.
3. n. a psychiatrist; a psychotherapist. I’ve started using my mirror for a guru. It’s cheaper.
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Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar of Long Island celebrated Gurgadi Divas of Guru Hargobind on June 11 and a special kirtan darbar by multi ragi-jathas was held for the first time, who included Surjeet Singh (Long Island), Mukhtar Singh (Jalandhar), Kuldeep Singh (United Kingdom), and Satpal Singh (Fatehgarh Sahib).
The ability to offer Red Hat customers access to the leading resource for external IT talent and to connect our open source experts with quality projects was a driving force behind our strategic partnership with Guru.
In her message, the President called upon the people to put in practice Guru Nanak's teachings of peace, harmony and compassion in their daily lives.
The partnership integrates Novient's solution for services organizations with Guru.
People have come here to offer prayers, celebrate and to take blessings of the guru," said Deepak Mehra, one of the devotees.
While travelling to Multan, now in Pakistan, the Sikh Guru came here with Bhai Bala and Bhai Mardana and rested under a Beri Tree near Tobha or a pond for nine days.
Talking to media persons here, a spokesperson of the Jammu Kashmir National Front strongly demanded the return of the mortal remains of both Shaheed Maqbool Bhat and Shaheed Afzal Guru who were hanged in the Tihar jail, Delhi in 1984 and 2013 respectively.
Prime Minister Modi tweeted, "On Guru Nanak Jayanti we bow to the venerable Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and recall his noble thoughts.
The benefits of having Gurus in different countries is that clients book a session whenever it is convenient for them from the comfort of their own home, at the office or even whilst shopping.
That is to say a Guru becomes a must to dispel the confusion and the darkness in your world.
It is one of the most significant holidays in the Sikh calendar, commemorating the establishment of the Khalsa order at Anandpur Sahib in 1699, by the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh.
It was the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, who established the Khalsa order amongst the Sikhs on March 30, 1699, during the spring festival of Vaisakhi.
MORE than 1,000 Sikhs from across Yorkshire marched through Huddersfield town centre to mark the 300th anniversary of the Guru Granth Sahib - the religion's holy scriptures.
After viewers' opinions are counted to find the two housemates with the most votes, the gurus must choose one to leave.