The city theatre artists sorwad their charm before the Indorians as they gave sponteneous performance at Indore on Sunday. The play marked the grand closure of day long event 27th Kabir Jan Utsav held at Indore. Directed by Nizam Patel the play is adapted from a story written by a noted novelist and a playwright Bhishm Sahani. It was performed by the artists of Hum Theatre Troupe.
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Translation Kabira in the market place, wishes welfare of all Neither friendship nor enmity with anyone at all. Kabir, the professional weaver, visited the market place to sell his woven goods. Now selling is a competitive affair and all kinds of strategies are adopted by merchants to make the extra buck. Sometimes the strategy can even be a dirty trick or a scam. In this doha, as is his style, Kabir without saying much, presents a balanced approach.
He seems to affirm that while conducting one's business, one need not adopt tricky means and should not become emotional. An honest deal does not warrant the businessman to become either friendly with one's clientele or develop any malice.
This is one of the important maxims of Do's and Don'ts of any progressive business. From spiritual and mystic point of view, Bazaar is a reference to the world itself where give and take, is the mechanism of dealings So Kabir is giving us an idea of how we experience ups and downs due to attachments - i. And he says the best way to avoid that is by being in a state of acceptance and detachment.
Channels In Focus. Kabir Dohas Share This Page. Kabir is not a business minded person. He is a spiritualist. In the market place he is refering to worldly matters.
He means that we are all souls with a body. Where then is the difference! Beech sadak ke maahi gran ka maare danda, Bin paise bin daam jhuth ka fode banda. Every person active in selling and purchasing the goods,talking in favor and against any one,talking about those things which are unstable like this world and like so etc. But despite standing in bazaar,Kabir is not affected by such activity.
He stands there like a Lotus in the dense mud. No reconsideration due to any friendship or enmity while on duty. Really greatful to eveyone involved in contributing and compiling and publishing the Kabir Dohe. Arvindlji, Bahut dhanyavaad apke vicharon ke liye. Lekin kafi samay se kuch nahin likha- intejaar hai. Be consistent and control your emotions and people will like you but you be detached but don't be selfish.
Be helpful help others but don't get attached. This has more meaning from Spritual angle that is to have detached attachment with the worldly things including men.
Thank u both Thanks a lot.. Good work. Appreciate ur effort. I wish I find a site on Chanakya neeti. Guru Kabir Das ji per kuchh likhta rahta hu Kshama chahata hu Yeh sansaar ek baajar hai AAge khas baat yeh hai ki Share This Page.
Email ID. Can't read? Index of Dohas in English Looking at the grinding stone I searched for the crooked Tomorrows work do today Speak such words Slowly slowly O mind Give me so much O God In vain is the eminence Like sesame contains the oil Begging is like perishing Neither illusion nor the mind Kabira in the market place Kabir's mind got cleansed Reading books everyone died In anguish everyone Guru is the washerman Alive one sees Inexpressible is the story of Love Worry is the bandit Don't be so proud and vain Don't be so proud and vain - 2 By my doing nothing happens Like the pupil in the eye When you were born First the pangs of separation With the ocean set ablaze Kabir, save the wealth No part of this Internet site may be reproduced without prior written permission of the copyright holder.
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This site is very good, but this doha is not complete. Kabir indicates the world as bazaar. This is the Correct interpretation of Professionalism. Very good site. As the high tide and the low tide, as the day passes and the night come, as the summer goes and rains come, as the feeling of happiness goes and sadness come, as the bad times go and the good times come, one has to understand the behavior of the nature and be constant with his emotions having too much of attachment may give pain later and too much of enmity will give you danger.
A very good explanation of the said Doha. Arvind, Bhai app in doho par vishleshan na kare tho behtar hoga Having two explanations for this doha is wonderful.
The description given is really wonderful and very relevant to current professional life as well. Awesome web site. Guru kabira ko Pranaam,,, Aap ki yeh web site dekhi , bahut khushi huyi Reload Please fill the above code for verification.
Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein: Celebrating Bhisham Sahni’s legacy on his birthday
Translation Kabira in the market place, wishes welfare of all Neither friendship nor enmity with anyone at all. Kabir, the professional weaver, visited the market place to sell his woven goods. Now selling is a competitive affair and all kinds of strategies are adopted by merchants to make the extra buck. Sometimes the strategy can even be a dirty trick or a scam.
Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein
The play was presented at Shaheed Bhavan here on Monday. The play marked the first day of the two day theatre festival 7th Anjay Smriti Samaroh. Directed by Nizam Patel, the play has been taken from a story, written by a noted novelist and playwright Bhishm Sahani. It was performed by the artists of Hum Theatre Troupe. His sharp intellect, rationality, undaunted courage and command over the spoken word gave him the unique power to communicate with the common people. The play focused on how Kabir tells the common folk to realise that God dwells within each one of us and, thus, not to mistreat other human beings, but treat them with dignity and love. Beautifully sung by an impressive chorus and performers in the style of opera, it is inspired by folk tunes of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Uttarakhand.
Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein: Journeys With Sacred & Secular Kabir (In the Market Stands Kabir)
The era was plagued by politics of communal mobilization, emergency and riots. The play is based on the life of Sant Kabir. Kabira khada bazaar mein, mangey sabki khair. Na kahu se Dosti, na kahu se Bair. Kabira in the marketplace, wishes welfare of all. Neither friendship nor enmity with anyone at all. Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein traces various issues the prodigy came across in his life including caste discrimination, religion and numerous social stigmas which bind and divide people in the society.