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List of Hindu gurus and sants

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A guru is defined as a "teacher, spiritual guide, [or] godman,"[1] by author David Smith in his works in "Religions in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations." To obtain the title of guru, one must go through a standard initiation process referred to as Diksha, in which they receive a mantra, or sacred Sanskrit phrase.[2]

This is a list of Religious people in Hinduism, including gurus, sant, monks, yogis and spiritual masters.

  • Narayanprasaddasji Swami (14 January 1921 – 30 January 2018) also known as Tapomurti Shastri Swami (Gujarati: તપોમૂર્તિ શાસ્ત્રી સ્વામી) and Guruji by his devotees, was one of the most noted Swami of the Swaminarayan Sampraday

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