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A 15th Century Sufi Literary Classic
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Songs of Kabir: A 15th Century Sufi Literary Classic
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This is a lovely book of translations of the poetry of Kabir, a truly visionary egalitarian thinker of the fifteenth century whose songs remain very alive in the folk tradition of north India. In bringing Kabir to an English-speaking audience, Arvind Krishna Mehrotra has made a major contribution to the global reach of that inspiring vision.
Songs of Kabir: 15th Century Sufi Literary Classic
As Rumi is to the Sufis, so Kabir is to five centuries of Indians, less an individual author than a bullet exploding through their collective poetic gene pool. Pound tried his hand at Kabir, as did Bly and Milosz, but only Arvind Krishna Mehrotra captures the true voice of his anonymity—at once ecstatic and wry. In Arvind Krishna Mehrotra's welcome new translation, Kabir's songs emerge as totally fresh, full of wild energy and intensity, and both mocking and reverent.