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Sant Bhakti: Poetry of Enlightened Saints


Sant Bhakti: Poetry of Enlightened Saints

Click on the links below to visit the poetry of different Enlightened Saints sung by Raj Saubhag devotees:

Anandghanji Maharaj

Yashovijayji Maharaj

Chidanandji Maharaj

Mirabai

Kabir

Narsinh Mehta

Gangasati

Brahmanandji

Anandghanji Maharaj

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Yashovijayji Maharaj

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Chidanandji Maharaj

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Mirabai

Mirabai also known as Meera was born in the 16th Century into the royal family of Kurki district of Palli, Rajasthan, India.

At a very young age Meera was gifted an idol of Lord Krishna and told that he was her true beloved. She took this to heart and the journey of her life took her to meet her beloved in true form. Her poetry displays her conviction for none other then her protector and love, her Krishna. Despite the poison that her in-laws and worldly life fed her, her complete offering and stead fast meditation at the feet of her Lord meant that all turned to the nectar of purity as she immersed herself into the bliss of enlightenment.

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Kabir

Kabir was a 15th-century Indian mystic poet and saint, whose writings contributed to Hinduism's Bhakti movement and his verses are found in Sikh's scripture Adi Granth.

Kabir was born into a Muslim family of weavers in the Indian city of Benares. Yet his open mind and spiritual curiosity meant he was profoundly influenced by his teacher Ramananda who introduced him to the inner path of enlightenment. Kabir immersed himself in meditation, devotion and contemplation. In his poetry he weaves his inner journey and colours himself in the hue of the lord. His verses are often challenging to the reader, alerting one to the difference between the illusionary world and the reality of Truth, urging one to awaken and laughing at the curiosities of attachment and delusion.

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Narsinh Mehta

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Gangasati

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Brahmanandji

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