We all know about who Kabir Das was and how their principles influenced people. Kabir Das was a 15th century India Mystic Poet and Saint. Researchers considered him as Sufi saint or Brahmin Saint. Basically, he was rationalist person. His writings influenced Hinduism’s Bhakti Movement and his verses are found in Sikhism’s scripture Guru Granth Sahib. Today is Saint Kabir Jayanti. He got fame all over the world because of his influential traditions and culture.
According to some researchers, he was raised in Muslim Family but gave birth by Brahmin widow. Our study confirms that he was neither a Hindu nor a Muslim, but just a good ‘Human Being’. In his early childhood, he got all his spiritual training from his Guru Ramananda. During his lifetime, he was threatened by Muslims and Hindus because of his opinions.
Kabir Das has taught people how to live a true life and he was believed in Self – Realisation. Kabir said Quran and Purana are just words, they reveal nothing and the real learning is coming from within a person. Knowledge is a great transforming force. His life theory was based on logic and evidence which has experienced by him. He always disagrees that Destiny is responsible for what we are. On other hand, he considered that whatever we are is a result of what we have been doing so far – these lines support the theory of Karma which was said by Lord Krishna – in The Bhagwad Gita.
He gave many thoughtful things to us such as be good listener, speaks carefully, don’t criticize others and spread love among people. Love is a lamp that enlightens us. He was spiritual person who faith in humanity. According to him, Love is core principle of Humanity. Love is only thing which makes people closer without any ego. Ego is the deadliest enemy of man. He was a very big great personality that is still alive inside us.
Kabir Das taught truthful humanity but today’s people have been deceived in the trap of delusion of this society and have forgotten a real humanity.