• Kabir Das
    Kabir's verses. Eminent historians like R.C. Majumdar, P.N. Chopra, B.N. Puri and M.N. Das have held that Kabir is the first Indian saint to have harmonised Hinduism and Islam by preaching a universal path which both Hindus and Muslims could tread together.[6] But there are a few critics who contest...
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  • Hindi as a Language
    . Those that put emphasis on the importance of knowledge for the realization of God were called the Saint poets. Kabir Das, Guru Nanak, Dharma Das, Maluk Das, Dadudayal, Sunder Das belong to this genre. In their Sakhis (couplets) and Padas (songs) they condemned rituals and laid emphasis on the theory of...
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  • Bhakti Poetryconcepts and Aesthetics
    . Famous amongst them were Kabir and Ravidas. On the other side was the Sagun School, which believed in god with attributes and they poems surrouned around the images and stories of Krishna and Rama. Their proponents were called bhakts. Among the famous bhakts were Surdas, Tulsidas and Mirabai...
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  • Indian Parallel Cinema
    Indian cinema. Early examples of Hindi films in this movement include Chetan Anand's Neecha Nagar (1946) and Bimal Roy's Two Acres of Land (1953). Their critical acclaim, as well as the commercial success, created a way for Indian neo realism called as Indian Parallel Cinema (Kabir 53). Some of the...
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  • Socio Political Significance of Bhakti Movement in Medival India
    . He popularised ‘Sankritan’or public singing of God’s name. His songs are still very popular in Bengal. He was addressed `Mahaprabhu’ by his followers. Tulsi Das : Goswamy Tulsidas was a devotee of Rama. His work gives the story of Rama in Hindi. He was the foremost in popularising Rama cult. His...
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  • Hndi Books
    Hindi books 1. Chand Bardai (1148-1191), author of Prithviraj Raso 2. Sheikh Farid (c.1173-c.1266) 3. Amir Khusro (1253-1325 AD), author of pahelis and mukris in the "Hindavi" dialect. 4. Kabir (1398-1518), a major figure of the bhakti (devotional) movement. 5. Nanak (1469-1538...
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  • Mr Ali
    1. Ibn Mājah narrated this sound hadīth (tradition) in preface (almuqaddimah) to his Sunan (1:88 # 116); Ibn Kathīr, al-Bidāyah wan-nihāyah (4:168); Hindī, Kanz-ul-‘ummāl (11:602 # 32904); Ibn ‘Asākir, Tārīkh Dimashq al-kabīr (45:167, 168); and Ibn ‘Abī ‘Āsim briefly mentioned in as-Sunnah (p...
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  • teachings of kabir
    the people in Hindi. His devotional bhajans or Dohas appealed most to the common men, Hindus as well Muslims. The message and the teachings of Kabir can be easily gathered from his 'Dohas1, which criticise rituals and superstitions. Kabir said : "If by worshipping stones one can find God, I shall...
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  • History
    . ------------------------------------------------- [edit]Kabir Main article: Kabir Kabīr (also Kabīra) (Hindi: कबीर, Punjabi: ਕਬੀਰ, Urdu: کبير‎) (1440–1518)[1][2][3][4] was a mystic poet and sant of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement. The name Kabir comes from Arabic al-Kabīr which means 'The...
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  • Sikhisim
    conflicts and an attachment to worldly pursuits (Māyā), which commit men and women to an endless cycle of birth—a concept known as reincarnation. Guru Angad Dev succeeded Guru Nanak. Later, the most important phase in the development of Sikhism came with the third successor, Guru Amar Das. Guru Nanak's...
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  • Growth of the Bhakti Movement
    follower of Ramanuja, was born at Prayag (Allahabad). He preached the doctrine of Bhakti in Hindi to people of all the four Varnas. He substituted the worship of Rama in place of Vishnu. Kabir (1398-1518 AD) was the most renowned disciple of Ramananda and belonged to the Nirguna School of Bhakti. He...
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  • Homework Should Not Be Abolished
    National Youth Day Swami Vivekanad Jayanti Lohri Makara Sankranti / Uttarayan Ganga Sagar Snan International Kite Festival Pongal Mamallapuram Festival Magh Bihu (Assam / Bengal) Army Day Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti Kerala Village Fair Agni Utsav (Orissa) Mumbai Kabir Festival Modhera Dance Festival...
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  • Indian Cinema and Communalism
    on the communal problems and the biases related to it in Hindi Cinema. India is still predominantly Hindu and if a film is meant to be most successful it has to cater to this demographic. There is a redundancy of neutrality between the two religions or a main focus on a pro-India standpoint...
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  • History project- religious development in India during medieval ages
    . Soon a large number of people became his followers. Ramananda was his disciple. Ramananda : Ramananda was the first reformer to preach in Hindi, the main language spoken by the people of the North. He was educated at Benaras. He preached that there is nothing high or low. He was an ardent worshipper...
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  • Kabir Dohas
    purpose of this life is to discover that divinity. The time to do is here and now". Maya Mari Na Man Mara, Mar Mar Gaye Shareer Asha Trishna Na Mari, Keh Gaye Das Kabir Translation Neither illusion nor the mind, only bodies attained death Hope and delusion did not die, so Kabir said. My...
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  • Agra
    |  • Rank | 19 |  • Density | 8,954/km2 (23,190/sq mi) |  • Metro | 1,727,275 | Languages |  • Official | Hindi | Time zone | IST (UTC+5:30) | PIN | 282 X | Telephone code | 91(562) | Website | agra.nic.in | Agra, the former capital of Hindustan, is a city on the banks of the river...
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  • development in science and tecnogoly
    though they continue to celebrate Diwali, Dashara and Holi festival without involvement of Brahman priests (Das 2000). The Dhanak of Delhi profess Hinduism and Satnam dharma. They are also followers of Arya Samaj, Radha Soami sect, and Kabir panth etc. The Doom of Punjab are either Sikhs or...
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  • Tulsidas
    अवतार हैं। अतः उनकी अवतार-लीला भी रूपांतर से राम की ही अवतार लीला है। 121. ^ Soorati, Urvashi (2008). कबीर: जीवन और दर्शन [Kabir: Life and Philosophy] (in Hindi). Allahabad, India: Lokbharti Publication. p. 176. ISBN 9788180312397. "ऐसा प्रतीत होता है कि 'उपास्य ब्रह्म राम' अवतार ग्रहण करने...
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  • Ten Gurus of Sikhs
    preaching centres or Manjis, each under the charge of a devout Sikh. He himself visited and sent Sikh missionaries to different parts of India to spread Sikhism. Guru Amar Das was impressed with Bhai Gurdas' thorough knowledge of Hindi and Sanskrit and the Hindu scriptures. Following the tradition of...
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