Why so blind in the people of India

I have always maintained that unmarried girls shouldn’t have a Guru. Married women should only follow their husband’s guru. Second, whatever compelling the circumstances may be, any young women must not meet her Guru or any saint in alone. Howsoever pious such saint or guru may be. They should always be in the company of

I have always maintained that unmarried girls shouldn’t have a Guru. Married women should only follow their husband’s guru.

Second, whatever compelling the circumstances may be, any young women must not meet her Guru or any saint in alone. Howsoever pious such saint or guru may be. They should always be in the company of at least one adult member of their family, while meeting even the most sacred saint.

I have read hundreds of spiritual books, but no where it’s written that any women had her own guru, other than a Guru of her parents or husband, called kulguru (कुलगुरु).

As a rule any sanyasi or brahmchari (सन्यासी या ब्रह्मचारी) must not enter a house, till he ensures that some male member is present in the house and strictly must not meet a young woman in private.

In fact a girl as a child is normally protected by her father, before marriage by her brother, after marriage by her husband and in old age by her son or daughter.

In Bhagwatam, it is repeatedly mentioned that in Kalyuga, fake people will become Guru (पाखण्डी लोग गुरु बनने का ढोंग करेंगे, धर्म में अन्धबिस्वास का बोलबाला होगा)

Recent happenings are a proof of what Bhagwatam said five thousand years ago.

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