Q. 13.5( 2 Votes )

State contribution of saint Dadu as a social reformer.

Answer :

Dadu Dyal was a medieval saint, who spread the message of worship and prayer. His teachings are combined in a book called ‘Dadu Vani’.


a) Dadau Dyal used simple language to express his thoughts.


b) He said that Omkar originated from Brahma, was the source of the five elements.


c) Delusion and lack of knowledge lead to a distancing between God and the soul, and it is the duty of the guru to help an individual in bringing the two together.


d) He preached the importance of keeping good company, meditation, being selfless etc. and opposed social frippery and egoistic attitudes.


e) He preferred a simple lifestyle and big heart, over a hypocrite who indulged in social discrimination.


He left the world in 1660, at Naraina, Rajasthan.


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