Soordas - The Blind Bard - English | by Pushpa Bharati/ Amar Chitra Katha/ Comic Book

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Sku : 91065613

Language : English

Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha

Page : 32

Height : 10 Inch

Depth : 1 Inch

Width : 7 Inch

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•A biography of the renowned saint and poet Soordas from the 16th century is titled Soordas by Pushpa Bharati. As one of the finest poets of the Bhakti movement, which emphasized the significance of devotion and love for God as the route to spiritual emancipation, Soordas was a follower of Lord Krishna and is regarded as one of its best writers.
•From Soordas' beginnings in a tiny town in Uttar Pradesh through his ascent to fame as a poet and saint, the book details his life. It looks at the difficulties he had throughout his life, such as being blind and experiencing social exclusion because of his lower caste.
•Soordas wrote more exquisite poetry that perfectly encapsulated the spirit of the Bhakti movement despite these difficulties because he was unwavering in his love for Lord Krishna.
•A few of Soordas's best-known poems are included in the book; they are translated into English and provide readers with a glimpse of the poet's distinctive style and profound spiritual insights.
•The poems touch on a variety of subjects, such as Radha and Krishna's love, the joys and tragedies of life, and the value of submitting oneself to God.
•Readers will gain a fuller knowledge of the Bhakti movement and one of its most well-known poets by reading Pushpa Bharati's Soordas, which is enlightening and inspirational.
•The book is a great resource for anybody interested in Indian history, spirituality, and culture, and its universal themes of faith, love, and devotion are guaranteed to touch readers from all walks of life.