The changing context of criticism and Kabir’s caste

Kabir’s personality and creations keep drawing critics to them. That is how Kabir’s caste becomes a topic of discourse. Kamlesh Verma has attempted a comprehensive analysis of Kabir’s social background in his book ‘Jati ke Prashn par Kabir’ – but how successful has he been? Swadesh Kumar Sinha finds out

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