Sant Kabir:- The Man Who Alline Different Religion Of Nation

Sant Kabir:- The Man Who Alline Different Religion Of Nation
Sant Kabir:- The Man Who Alline Different Religion Of Nation

Sant Kabir (Saint Kabir) is the spiritual, religious and the mystic saint of India who lived in 14th and 15th century and who still lives in the hearts of his devotees who follow his teachings embodied in his poems and dohas (couplets or the two liner verses). Sant Kabir Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Jyeshtha Purnima (full moon day of Hindu Jyeshtha month corresponding to the months of May-June of Gregorian calendar). Jayanti means birth anniversary and thus Sant Kabir Jayanti is celebrated with great fervour by the devotees and followers of Saint Kabir.

  1. For Sikhs, Kabir is a precursor and interlocutor of Nanak. Muslims place him in Sufi lineages, and for Hindus, he becomes a Vaishnavite with universalist leanings.
  2. During his lifetime, Kabir was threatened by both Hindus and Muslims for his views.When he died, both Hindus and Muslims he had inspired claimed him as theirs.
  3. When Kabir died, his Hindu and Muslim followers started fighting about the last rites. The legend is that when they lifted the cloth covering his body, they found flowers instead. The Muslim followers buried their half and the Hindu cremated their half.

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  4. Tomb and samadhi of Kabir still stand side by side in Maghar.
  5. Kabir’s early life was in a Muslim family, but he was strongly influenced by his teacher, the Hindu bhakti leader Ramananda.
  6. Legend has it that Kabir was actually the son of a Brahmin widow who abandoned him and that he was found by a Muslim weaver named Niru, who adopted the boy.
  7. Kabir was likely married, his wife probably was named Dhania, they had at least one son named Kamal and a daughter named Kamali.
  8. Kabir was a poet and a social reformer saint. His unique unparalleled personality presented the revolution in the society. He was the greatest revolutionary of his age.
  9. Kabir was charged by the Indian emperor Sikandar Lodi with claiming that he had divine powers. He was forced to leave Benares and wandered from place to place around northern India.

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  10. Kabir was apparently a musician himself and probably sang his poems rather than speaking them.
  11. Kabir’s poems were verbally composed, He never wrote any of his poems.He was illiterate.
  12. The only word that Kabir ever learned how to write was Rama.
  13. Kabir composed poems in a pithy and earthy style, fused with imagery. His poems were in vernacular Hindi, borrowing from various dialects including Avadhi, Braj, and Bhojpuri.
  14. The legacy of Kabir continues to be carried forward by the Kabir Panth (Path of Kabir), a religious community that recognises him as its founder and is one of the Sant Mat sects.





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