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Kabir And The Kabir Panth by G.H Westcott

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Kabir And The Kabir Panth
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Publisher: Hesperides Press
Number of pages: 196

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Of all the great Hindu reformers, Kabir have had the greatest influence for good among the uneducated classes of Northern and Central India. Kabir has been fittingly described as the Indian Luther of the 15th century. In modern days the number of those who have in one way or another come under the influence of Kabir is very great.

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