Happy Teachers’ Day!

Happy Teachers’ Day!  By Saranya Naidu


The only word that comes up in my head when I think about a teacher. A teacher is someone who touches our lives and instills knowledge in the head of the mundane. One who adds colours and brightens up the world for a student. They impart
knowledge that guides us through the bumpy road of life. They are the captain of a student’s ship. Yes they allow the waves of obstacles to hit the ship but never allows that ship to sink. Teachers and Gurus are the people we spend most of our lives with. It’s fair to say that they are our second parents. They come to class everyday, rain or shine to nurture the fawns who one day will majestically lead the world in goodness. A day dedicated to them is not enough as that is not what they want. For the heart of a teacher yearns for the success of their student. How selfless can one be? Wanting their students success.
I can never repay all my Teachers and Gurus for the support, encouragement and love that they have showered me in.

May Bhagavan bless their beautiful soul. 
Happy Teachers’ Day!

Happy Teachers’ Day! :D

He who teaches us anything which we knew not

before is undoubtedly to be revered as a master.

                                                          – Samuel Johnson

The Geeta Ashram Youth would like to wish all our teachers a very, very Happy Teachers’ Day! 🙂

We have had many teachers dedicated to teaching us the Bhagavad Geeta.

Our eternal gratitude to Bhagavan Sri Krishna for gifting us the beautiful Bhagavad Geeta – our strength, our answers to life.

Our Guru Swami Hari Harji Maharaj, who made it his sole aim to spread the profound message of the Geeta and for giving us the Geeta Ashram in Malaysia – our hub for knowledge, our home, our family. To Guruma Geeteshwariji, who continues to keep our Guruji’s dream alive.

To all our teachers in Geeta Ashram who continue to inspire us to be better people.

To Aunty Datin Leela Menon and Aunty Shanta Menon, who pioneered our Sunday Classes, where would we be without you?
Our special thanks to Aunty Asha and Uncle Chandru, our current Sunday Class Teachers – who have been hosting our classes for years now. Their dedication knows no bounds as they fulfil the aspirations of our Guruji 🙂

This poem is dedicated to all teachers everywhere :

Thank you, dear teachers, for opening our eyes
to the Bhagavad Geeta,
Life’s most precious prize.

Thank you special teachers, for opening our minds
to Bhagwan Sri Krishna,
And for the answers you help us find.

Thank you cherished teachers, for opening our hearts
to eternal life through prayer,
And for the precious lessons you impart.