Biography of Sant Kabir, Culture & Heritage of India, Poet Saint who harmonized Hindu Muslim belief
Kabir Das, a mystical poet and great Saint of India, was born in the year 1440 and died in the year 1518.
According to Islam the meaning of the Kabir is The Great. Kabir Panth is the huge religious community which identifies the Kabir as the originator of the Sant Mat sects.
The members of Kabir Panth are known as the Kabir panthis who had extended all over the over north and central India.
Some of the great writings of the Kabir Das are Bijak, Kabir Granthawali, Anurag Sagar, Sakhi Granth etc.
It is clearly not known about his birth parents but it is noted that he has been grown up by the very poor family of Muslim weavers.
He was a very spiritual person and became a great Sadhu. He got fame all over the world because of his influential traditions and culture.
It is considered that he got all his spiritual training from his Guru named, Ramananda, in his early childhood.
One day, he became a well-known disciple of the Guru Ramananda. The house of the Kabir Das has accommodated students and scholars for living and studying his great works.
There is no clue of the birth parent of the Kabir Das but it is considered that he was cared for by a Muslim family.
He was founded in Lehartara, a small town in Varanasi by the Niru and Nima (his caretaker parents).
His parents were extremely poor and uneducated but they very heartily adopted the little baby and trained him about their own business.
He lived the balanced life of a simple householder and a mystic.
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