Songs of Kabir from the Adi Granth: The Chinese View the United States, 1900-2000
SUNY Press, 1991 - 359 Seiten
This translation presents the hymns of Kabir from the Adi Granth (the holy book of the Sikhs), which has been neglected because it is written in Gurmukhi script rather than Devanagari. The Introduction contextualizes these songs and proceeds to examine their construction of meaning. Most songs have explanatory notes, and there is a Glossary of names and terms that appear in Kabir's work.
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Adi Granth ambrosia ascetics beautiful become Beloved Benares Bhakti birth blended bliss body Brahma Brahmin breath bride brother burn clay-pot death deeds Delhi devotion divine door drown dwells earth elephant epithet father fear feet fire five fool forever forsake Gobind gods Gosain Guru Amar Das Guru Arjan Dev Guru Granth Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak guru's grace Hari Hari's name heaven Hindu husband hymns Indian Kabir says Kabir's songs Krishna Listen live lord lust Magahar Master Maya meditation mercy million Muslim Namdev never Patiala Prabhu Prahlada pride pundit Punjabi Puranas Raga Raga Gauri Raja Ram's name Rama Ravana religious Remember Ram Rest sages saints salvation Sarangpani Shiva Sikh Sikhism sing Singh slave Slokas solace songs of Kabir soul things three worlds tradition True Guru truth unholy vairagi Vedas verses Vishnu wander wealth wife wisdom word worldly love worship Yama Yoga yogis