Kabir Prakat Divas is the day when Sant Kabir appeared in the form of a baby on a lotus flower in the Brahma Muhurta in the morning on the first day of Shukla Poornamasi Vikram Samvat 1455 (1398), the first month in the Lahartara pond of Kashi city, India in Kalyug.
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Supreme Almighty Kabir appeared in the form of an infant on a lotus flower in the early morning hours of June on full moon day Vikram Samvat 1455 (A.D. 1398) in Lahartara pond of Kashi city of India in Kali Yuga. #कबीरपरमेश्वर_प्रकटदिवस pic.twitter.com/fugtNfwPtr
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The Supreme God is, however, someone else, who by entering into the three loks, sustains everyone and is called as Eternal Supreme God.#कबीरपरमेश्वर_प्रकटदिवस pic.twitter.com/38h6OPSBZA
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Here are some of famous Dohas of Sant Kabir Saheb.
Kabir, mout bhul gaya baavre, achraj kiya kon|
Tan maati mil jaga, jyon aate mein lon||
Meaning: Oh human! What wonder are you doing by forgetting death! Your body will mix in the sand just as salt mixes in flour.
Kabira ye tan jaayega, sake to thaahar la|
EK Sewa kar Satguru ki, or Gobind ke Gun ga||
Meaning: This body will destroy. If you want to live longer, put support to it: One, you do Sewa (Service/Worship) of a true Guru (Satguru) and sing the Glory of God.
Kabir, Guru Gobind kar jaaniyo, rahiyo shabd smaaye|
Mile to Dandvat bandagi, nahin pal pal dhyaan lagaave||
Meaning: Consider a true Guru the God Himself and stay absorbed in the True Word. If you meet your Gurudev, prostrate in reverence before Him, else remember Him every moment.
Kabir, Guru bade Gobind se, man mein dekh vichaar|
Hari sumire so reh gaye, Guru sumire huve paar||
Meaning: A true Guru is greater than a God. Think about it that those who worshipped God remained here and those who worshipped a true Guru, got salvaged.
Kabir, ye tan vish ki beladi, Guru amrit ki khaan|
Sheesh diye, jo Guru mile to bhi sasta jaan||
Meaning: Your body is like a lump of poison and a true Guru is the Store of Nectar. If you find a true Guru by giving up your head, consider it a very cheap price.