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Hypocrists spread superstitions to defame Kabir Sahib: Madhu Param Hans
6/16/2019 9:42:05 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, June 16: Delivering his holy sermons, on the eve of 621st day of appearance of Kabir Sahib, at Sant Ashram Ranjri, Samba, Madhu Param Hans Maharaj, the spiritual head of Sahib Bandgi panth, said that there are many superstitions about Kabir Sahib in the minds of people.
These superstitions and wrong notions have been spread by the hypocrists to defame Kabir Sahib. At some places he has been described as the offspring of Neeru and Neema while at other places Kamal and Kamali have been shown as his children. The pakhandis have also described him as a low caste Muslim simply to prevent people from following his path.
Sahib ji was given many tortures. About 52 times he was awarded death punishment which forced him to perform miracles many a time. But these pakhandis concealed all these miracles cleverly to prevent the people at large to know of them. Today, everyone believes that sahib ji was born in the family of a weaver. But the reality is contrary to all this.
In this way Sahib ji brought a revolution in the world of spiritualism. Different sects, panths & religions are going ahead with the photo copies of the sayings of Sahib ji. He has been described as the 'Sant Samrat' because it is he who for the first time talked about Amarlok. The Amarlok, Sahib ji has talked about, is altogether different from three lokas.
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