Message: Service to Humanity is service to God. This is Dasoha.
He, who helps other alone gets his desires fulfilled.
The teacher and the Taught are like the two lamps but the light they emit is one. The faces of Guru and Shishya which we see on the Mahasamadhi of Lord Sharnbasveshwar Symbolise the same philosophy.
"Teaching and learning for the sake of livelihood is just an ordinary life. Teaching and learning not only for the sake of livelihood, but also for the welfare of others is a good cultured life. Teaching and learning not only for the sake of livelihood, but also for the welfare of others, thinking that serving humanity is serving God, is Kayaka Dasoha Philosophy of education of our institutions."
The relationship between the teacher and the taught is characterized by duality as well as unity. That is to say though the teacher teaches the students, as a separate entity is ultimate objectives is to rise the pupil to the height of his or her own excellence making him or her one Gurukula and spread knowledge all round. There may be two lamps but they light they emit is one. This way of providing knowledge is Upanished. The two faces of Lord Sharnbasveshwar symbolize the same philosophy Union with God.