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In India's Oldest Town — Varanasi — Kabir’s Mysticism & Music Flows Along Ganga

Mahindra Kabira Festival(MKF) 2022 was held between 18 and 20 November to celebrate the spirit of Kabir and India

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In India's Oldest Town — Varanasi — Kabir’s Mysticism & Music Flows Along Ganga
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Mann ke haare haar hai, mann ke jeete jeet. Kahey kabeer hari paiye, mann hi ki parteet.

Kabir Das was no ordinary saint. A Muslim mystic poet who lived in Varanasi during the 15th century left deep imprints on the cultural topography of India. His dohas pose as a handbook to life, his teachings relevant even 600 years after he walked the earth. Kabir represented the idea of India and his works captured the essence of the nation.

To commemorate his greatness and soak in his revolutionary spirit, a bevy of people from all walks of life united along the banks of Ganga at the Mahindra Kabira Festival (MKF) 2022 held between 18 and 20 November. Catch a few glimpses of what unravelled at this fest of oneness:


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