Academically speaking, Kabir was not a political thinker, he can correctly be classified as a social reformer, but if we analyze his social thought, they do challenge the socio-political paradigm of Indian Society. Although he didn’t articulate any principle of political association or organization, but he countered the injustice at the religious as well as the social level and stand for the oppressed and downtrodden. He belongs to the fifteenth-century, was born in a lower caste family Julaha (weavers) and was a contemporary of Sikandar Lodhi. Kabir is widely known for his ‘Dohas’ or couplets through which he professed wisdom to the world. Kabir belongs to the period of the Bhakti Movement which revolutionized Indian ...

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