Sant Guru Kabir, a 15th century Indian mystic, poet and saint, has a significant role among the people in India. Our history has blessed us with the sage advice of Kabir, whose popular verses and dohas continue to inspire generations. It is the birth anniversary of this poet and saint, whose rhymes gave us enough wisdom. Kaal Kare So Aaj Kar, Aaj Kare So Ab, Pal Mein Pralaya Hoyegi, Bahuri Karega Kab, is not just a saying, it teaches value and the significance of time. On the occasion of Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti 2019, we have accumulated his famous dohas and wallpapers, which will take you back in time, when in schools you were reading Kabir Das Dohe. Besides, you can download the HD images of Sant Guru Kabir and share his famous sayings, dohas with your near ones remembering the mystic poet on his birth anniversary. History and Significance of Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti.
Guruji’s legacy survives and continues through the Kabir Panth known as Panth of Kabir, a religious community that recognises him as its founder and is one of the Sant Mat sects. The members are known as Kabir Panthis. Sant Kabir’s birth and death are unclear. However, historians say that the birth anniversary of Sant Kabir is observed on Jyeshtha Purnima according to the Hindu lunar calendar. As you celebrate Kabir Jayanti, read these inspiring Kabir ke Dohe.
Kabir Das Doha Reads: "Kaal Kare So Aaj Kar, Aaj Kare So Ab, Pal Mein Pralaya Hoyegi, Bahuri Karega Kab"
Kabir Das Doha Reads: "Dukh Mein Sumiran Sab Kare, Sukh Mein Kare Na Koye, Jo Sukh Mein Simran Kare, Toh Dukh Kahe Ko Hoye"
Kabir Das Doha Reads: "Bura Jo Dekhan Main Chala, Bura Naa Milya Koye, Jo Mann Khoja Aapna, To Mujhse Bura Na Koye"
Kabir Das Doha Reads: "Chalti Chakki Dekh Kar, Diya Kabira Roye, Dui Paatan Ke Beech Mein, Sabit Bacha Na Koye"
Kabir Das Doha Reads: "Aisi Vani Boliye, Mann Ka Aapa Khoye, Apna Tan Sheetal Kare, Auran Ko Sukh Hoye"
Kabir is widely believed to become the first disciple of the Bhakti poet-saint Swami Ramananda in Varanasi, who is known for devotional Vaishnavism. His poems were in vernacular Hindi and they cover various aspects of life and call for a loving devotion of God.