A Weaver named Kabir

  • Title: A Weaver named Kabir
  • Author: Charlotte Vaudeville
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  • Page: 105
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  • A Weaver named Kabir This book explores the life of one of India s greatest religious and literary figures As a symbol of secularism and religious tolerance Kabir is the medieval counterpart of Mahatma Gandhi as a poet
    This book explores the life of one of India s greatest religious and literary figures As a symbol of secularism and religious tolerance, Kabir is the medieval counterpart of Mahatma Gandhi, as a poet whose verses continue to enjoy enormous popularity, he prefigures Tyagaraja and Tagore Born a lower caste muslim weaver, Kabir opposed superstition, empty ritualism and bigoThis book explores the life of one of India s greatest religious and literary figures As a symbol of secularism and religious tolerance, Kabir is the medieval counterpart of Mahatma Gandhi, as a poet whose verses continue to enjoy enormous popularity, he prefigures Tyagaraja and Tagore Born a lower caste muslim weaver, Kabir opposed superstition, empty ritualism and bigotry His writings include scathing attacks against Brahmanical pride, caste prejudice and untouchability, as well as against the dogmatism and bigotry he perceived within Islam Written by one of the greatest scholars of medieval Indian religious culture, A Weaver Named Kabir provides all that is essential to understand and appreciate Kabir.

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    1. Excellent translation, maybe the book will be hard to find, but perhaps used. I am suspicious of the Bly "versions" judging from his track record though he does bring a certain American panache, veils fall between the original and his locutions very nigh impenetrable. But God bless us all

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