‘‘Kabir is perhaps one of the most outstanding examples of a poet-saint of fourteenth-fifteenth centuries.’’ This statement is explained below:
1. Kabir’s poem had managed to survive many languages and dialects.
2. His mystical experiences are many to describe the ultimate reality. Such as a Khuda and Peer.
3. He had also used terms such as alag and brahmata from the Vedantic traditions.
4. He had also used the terms of Guru and Sadguru but did not mention the name of anyone specific Guru.
5. He has used connotation such as shuniya drawn from Yogic traditions.
6. He has expressed the nature of ultimate reality by using expressions such as 'the Lotus which blooms without flowers' or 'the fire raging in the oceans'.
7. Some of his works had diverse and conflicting ideas which were expressed in his poem.
8. Some of his poems withdrawn from Islamic ideas.
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