Select Page

What is the difference between a Rishi and a Guru?

by | Feb 28, 2019 | Enlightenment, Existence, Guru, Guru, Independent Spirituality, Knowledge, Liberation, Misery, Moksha, Rishi, Siddha, Swamy

Question:

Is there a difference between a Rishi and a Guru?

Answer:

A Guru is a Siddha, he has been liberated and has returned back to the world to help others attain liberation, to spread peace, to help humanity in various ways. His teachings help people come out of misery.

A Rishi is on the path of liberation, he has given up the worldly desires even though he may be married and living with family, he is sincerely practicing to attain moksha.

A Swami is on the path of liberation as well but is unmarried, he is also practicing to attain moksha.

Have questions? Reach out to Ekta by clicking on the “Ask a Question” button on the left sidebar. For attending Ekta’s online knowledge sessions, click the “Gnyana Sangha” button on the left sidebar.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *