Kabir and Kabir Panth

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Item Code: IHD05
Author: G.H. Westcott
Language: English
Edition: 2007
ISBN: 9788121500005
Pages: 120
Cover: Hardcover
(b&w.illus.: 1)
Other Details 8.8" x 5.8"
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Kabir and the Kabir Panth gives in brief the details of Sant Kabir's life, his teachings, his Sakhis and the sectarian organization of Kabir Panth, its formation, growth, schism, rituals and teachings.

Among the saints of India, Kabir occupies pre-eminent position; for he is a pioneer among those who brought about an understanding and amity between the adherents of Hinduism and Islam.

The author has tried to avoid dogmatising on questions that call for fuller investigation; but we have at any rate in the teaching of Kabir an attempt to break down the barriers that separate Hindu from Muhammadans, and we have probably in the Kabir Panth a religious system that owes something to Hindu, Muhammadans and Christian influences. His teachings transcend all barriers. Even a casual glance at his Sakhis is enough to attest to the universality of his message.

It is hoped that this study will increase the interest already felt by many in the various religious sects that have been called into existence in India through the efforts of distinguished personages.



Chronological Table

Chapter 1
The Life of Kabir

Kabir in History

Chapter 2
The Life of Kabir (Contd.)

Chapter 3
The Teaching of Kabir

The Bijak
The Doctrine of Shabda (Word)

Chapter 4
Sakhis Attributed to Kabir

Chapter 5
The Kabir Panth

List of the Kabir Chaura Mahants
List of Dharam Dass Mahants

Chapter 6
The Kabir Panth (Contd.)

The Religious Orders of Islam
Early Christian Influences in Northern India

Chapter 7
The Teaching of the Panth

Literature on the Life and Teaching of Kabir
Pandit Walji Bhai




Kabir, as represented in the picture hung in the Kabir Charan Math, Benares.
A Potter at work, to illustrate Sakhi (9).
A group of Kabir Panthis, in camp at the Magh Mela, Allahabad.

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