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Kabir: The Apostle of Hindu-Muslim Unity

O.P. Ralhan (Author)
Synopsis Kabir (1398-1518 AD) is revered as a Vaishnavite Bhakta by Hindus while the Muslims revere him as a peer, the Sikhs call him a Bhagat and the Kabir Panthis worship him as God incarnation. Kabir is considered a champion of Hindu-Muslim unity, a reformer, an opponent of the caste system, and strong supporter of the down-trodden. Indian society at the time of Kabir was full of evils, like blind faith, hypocrisy, caste distinctions and many more. The present work portrays various facets of Saint Kabir, his personality, spiritual message, his hymns and works and his yeomanly services to humanity etc.
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About the author

O.P. Ralhan

O. P. Ralhan, a post-graduate in Modern History from the University of Delhi, has had more than two decades long association with library profession.

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Title Kabir: The Apostle of Hindu-Muslim Unity
Author O.P. Ralhan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126118261
length xvii+289p., 23cm.