At Herakhan, no one is restricted to only one kind of devotion or learning. All have a right to their form of devotion to God.

Kabir said: "If all the land were turned to paper and all the seas turned to ink, and all the forests into pens to write with, they would still not suffice to describe the greatness of the guru."

Here're some sites on Gurus and Saints.

The Power of Satsanga or Holy Company
Swami Sivananda explains the power of 'Satsanga' or pious company in very simple terms. Learn how holy company transforms a human being, how to benefit from Satsanga.

The Gurus of Sergeant Pepper
Did you know that the Beatles' all time great rock/pop album "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" featured four Hindu gurus on its album cover? Find out who these saints are, and what's so special about them...

Shree Maa
Shree Maa is a Hindu mystic who was born near Kamakhya, Assam, India from where she traveled to the US in 1984. Shree Maa teaches the meaning and method of worship through the tantric traditions of prayer and meditation.

Sathya Sai Baba - A Short Bio
Despite the myriad controversies surrounding him, Sathya Sai Baba continues to be a popular Guru with a huge number of followers around the world. Here's a profile of the Sai Baba of our times.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a spiritual guru and founder of the Art of Living movement, believes in spreading the knowledge of living a healthier life through spirituality and techniques of breathing and meditation.

Amma: India's Hugging Saint Mother
Known globally as India's "hugging saint mother", Ms “Amritanandamayi”, which literally means "Mother of Absolute Bliss", was born in a poor fishing village in the southern Indian coastal state of Kerala.

The Spiritual Genius of Vivekananda
About India's most admired spiritual leader and the original Hindu guru who sowed the seeds of Hinduism in the West.

10 Commandments for Success
Swami Sivananda spells out 10 simple ways to be successful in life and live happily. He says, "Success often comes to those who dare and act". So, go ahead...

Ganapathi Sachchidananda Swamiji
He is the pontiff of Avadhoota Datta Peetham at Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Ashrama in Mysore, India. He is renowned for his healing and meditation music and considered a divine guide who cultivates the ancient Vedic traditions.

Gregorian Bivolaru
About this Romanian tantric master yoga guru who lives in Bucharest. He heads twelve 'ashrams' plus centres of research, teaching and healing according to the yogic principles.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Widely regarded as the foremost guru in the field of consciousness, meditation, ayurveda and other Vedic knowledge, Mahesh Yogi is the mind behind such establishments as the Maharishi Vedic University, and the Maharishi University of Management.

Meher Baba
Website of Meher Baba, the "Avatar of the Age". Full of links and useful religious resources.

Shraddha Saburi
Site on the Shirdi Sai, contains a photo gallery, Shirdi books in Telegu, and Shirdi links.

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
One of India's saint mothers, and the founder of Sahaja Yoga.

Swami Maheshwarananda
A disciple and successor of Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji, this guru lives and works in Europe. He has developed a comprehensive system of yoga called "Yoga in Daily Life".

Swami Nikhileshwaraand
About the saint, who introduced himself as Paramhans Swami Nikhileshwaraanand to become "the most revered of masters of the divine land of Siddhashram and bring in a spiritual transformation in social circles".

Swami Pratyagbodhananda
A disciple of Swami Dayananda Saraswati. The swami follows the traditional methods of teaching Vedanta in three languages - English, Gujarati and Hindi.