This vintage book contains a collection of one hundred poems by the fifteenth-century Indian poet Kabir, translated in 1915 by Rabindranath Tagore. These fantastic poems explore Hindu and Sufi philosophies and are highly recommended for all poetry lovers. Kabir's work significantly influenced Hinsuism's Bhakti movement and his writings are prominent in the Sikh scripture Adi Granth. Contents include: "e;mo ko kahan dhunro bande"e;, "e;Santan jat na pucho nirguniyan"e;, "e;sadho bhai, jival hi karo as'a"e;, "e;bago na ja re na ja"e;, "e;avadhu, maya taji na jay"e;, "e;canda jhalkai yahi ghat mahin"e;, "e;Sadho, Brahm alakh lakhaya"e;, "e;is ghat antar bag bagice"e;, "e;aisa lo nahin taisa lo"e;, "e;tohi mori lagan lagaye re phakir wa"e;. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction.