In Ancient India, Maharishi is a Sanskrit word, written as “महर्षि” in Devanagari (formed from the prefix mahā- meaning “great” and r̥ṣi - sage, poet or a singer of sacred hymns), indicating members of the highest order of ancient Indian sages, popularly known in India as “seers,” i


those who engage in research to understand and experience (and therefore know) nature and its governing laws