Translated by: Rabindranath Tagore Publisher: Weiser Books Year: 2002 Pages: 144 Printed: USA ISBN: 978-1-57863-249-7 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 201gr. Description from the publisher: Kabir, a weaver from Benares, lived and wrote 500 years ago, in a civilization very different from our own. Yet both his life story and the mystical verse in this volume speak to our lives today. Kabir’s zeal against religious intolerance is timely. His sublime, inspiring poems invite us all-no matter what our caste or faith or ethnic background-to know the Divine, One. As Andrew Harvey writes in his Introduction to this new edition, ‘The testimony of the greatest mystics to our essential divine identity and to the powers, new life and energy and vision that spring from it will be our oxygen, the force and truth that keeps us hoping and working through everything. With Rumi, Jesus, Ramakrishna and Aurobindo, Kabir is one of a handful of spiritual geniuses whose realization transcends all barriers of dogma, religion, country. and civilization.