Dhanya Dhanya Ho
In this devotional Marati song Dhanya Dhanya Ho dedicated to Lord Dattatreya, the composer says, the ultimate happiness is when you are grateful & when you are in ecstasy while singing Bhajans, dancing to the Nama Sankirtan (singing the songs of God) along with the rhythmical instruments doing Pradakshina (going around the Guru). Even the gods are in a hurry to get down their planes to see & experience this. Not even the scholars who have studied Vedas and scriptures can understand the greatness of the Guru as much as the one, who walks the path with the Guru.
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