Who was Kabir?
Kabir (1398-1448) is a prominent member of a medieval Indian mystic poet of the movement - santa (Sant Mat). Kabir with names such as Mira Bai, Ghalib, Surdasa, RAVIDAS, Tulsidasa, Jayadeva or Candidasa is one of the most important poets of Indian bhakti poetry.
Born into a poor Muslim family in Benares, Kabir became a disciple of Ramananda Brahmans, known višnuističkog saint. In his pjesmamam Kabir celebrated the One God that transcend the religious divide Muslims and Hindus.
Its unique mystical poetry combines the mystical knowledge of Sufism and Brahmanism, and leads the reader to the point of Unity, which transcends all the dualities and differences - both between religions and between the soul and God. As a person exempt small social prejudice, ignorance and superstition, and Kabir in his work confounded contemporaries and later generations to the extent that it claimed the same Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims.
His songs are included in the publication of a collection of Sikh scriptures - Adi Granht, but also a collection of Hindu mystical poetry of Bhakti Mala.
* On the right side of the picture indijeske postage stamp with his image.
Source: www.magicus.info, author Vajran