KABIRA KHADA BAZAAR MEIN PDF

Translation Kabira in the market place, wishes welfare of all Neither friendship nor enmity with anyone at all. Kabir, the professional weaver, visited the market place to sell his woven goods. Now selling is a competitive affair and all kinds of strategies are adopted by merchants to make the extra buck. Sometimes the strategy can even be a dirty trick or a scam. In this doha, as is his style, Kabir without saying much, presents a balanced approach. He seems to affirm that while conducting one's business, one need not adopt tricky means and should not become emotional.

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Not everyday you come across events that touch a bit of history, a bit of mythology, a bit of culture and a philosophy that has, over the years, changed the lives of many. But what is interesting is that when all of the above come together and talk about being one with the Divine, there is a common binding force — look within instead of looking outside.

The same was re-established at the event celebrating the philosophy of Kabir organised by Cobalt Blue Foundation. The well-organised event talked about the history of Kabir, his teachings and culminated with his poetry being sung by renowned Sufi Singer Rashmi Aggarwal.

Being an Art Studio, the venue was perfect for such a soulful evening and Sangeeta Gupta, the venue host, spoke about the connect between belief and people. The songs she sang beautifully packaged the teachings of Kabir in smaller pieces, each complete in itself. One of my all time favorite songs of Kabir is — Man Laago Fakiri mein, so when she sang that, I was almost transported into trans.

Both legends born in different times and places said the same thing in their respective languages and that the beauty of life. The event re-established the fact to look within to find the real peace. Unfortunately, the people have interpreted it differently. Such historical events and movements are gaining popularity. The message of these legends is no more limited to one country or region, but becoming a way of life across the world.

You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. July 30, April 8, Nidhi Gupta. Meaning — Kabir says that you should always think well of everyone.

Do not be over-friendly with anyone nor should you be hostile to anyone. So,leave the rosary and try and change the evil in your heart. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. Name required. Create your website at WordPress.

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Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein

The era was plagued by politics of communal mobilization, emergency and riots. The play is based on the life of Sant Kabir. Kabira khada bazaar mein, mangey sabki khair. Na kahu se Dosti, na kahu se Bair.

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Alert on more product reviews. Alert on new comments on this reviews. Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein. The ingenuineness of this review appears doubtful. Justify your opinion. It is about Kabir, the outstanding Indian saint-poet. The play traces some events in his life and the prevailing social conditions that shaped his thoughts and actions.

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The city theatre artists sorwad their charm before the Indorians as they gave sponteneous performance at Indore on Sunday. The play marked the grand closure of day long event 27th Kabir Jan Utsav held at Indore. Directed by Nizam Patel the play is adapted from a story written by a noted novelist and a playwright Bhishm Sahani. It was performed by the artists of Hum Theatre Troupe. His sharp intellect, rationality, undaunted courage and command over the spoken word gave him the unique power to communicate with the common people.

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Not everyday you come across events that touch a bit of history, a bit of mythology, a bit of culture and a philosophy that has, over the years, changed the lives of many. But what is interesting is that when all of the above come together and talk about being one with the Divine, there is a common binding force — look within instead of looking outside. The same was re-established at the event celebrating the philosophy of Kabir organised by Cobalt Blue Foundation. The well-organised event talked about the history of Kabir, his teachings and culminated with his poetry being sung by renowned Sufi Singer Rashmi Aggarwal. Being an Art Studio, the venue was perfect for such a soulful evening and Sangeeta Gupta, the venue host, spoke about the connect between belief and people. The songs she sang beautifully packaged the teachings of Kabir in smaller pieces, each complete in itself.

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