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Niti ke dohe



Niti ke dohe

Dohe are a form of poetic couplets in Indian literature, consisting of two lines. Many Indian poets wrote dohe to convey deep philosophical, spiritual, and moral teachings. Famous poets like Kabir, Rahim, and Tulsidas have written dohe that are still widely read and appreciated for their wisdom and simple language. These dohe impart profound knowledge, making them easily understandable by people of all age.


Niti ke dohe is a collection of some meaningful dohe be by literary gems like Kabirdas, Rahimdas, Tulsidas and Ravidas. Immerse yourself in this river of timeless wisdom.


Kabir ke dohe

Kabir ke dohe

Kabirdas was a famous poet and saint from India. He wrote simple and beautiful dohe that helped people to understand their relation with God. His dohe stood as the guiding lights in the path of reaching God. Kabir ke dohe convey deeper insights related to God and truth to children in a simpler way.



 
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Rahim ke dohe

Rahim ke dohe

Rahim was a famous poet in India during the 16th century. He was one of the Navaratnas (nine gems) in the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Rahim wrote beautiful dohe full of wisdom and values like kindness and compassion. Rahim ke dohe impart moral values like humility, patience and generosity in children.



 

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Tulsidas ke dohe

 Tulsidas ke dohe

Tulsidas was a renowned poet and saint in India who wrote the epic "Ramcharitmanas". He dedicated his life to the worship of Lord Rama. Tulsidas's dohe teach children about kindness, simplicity, and humility. Tulsidas ke dohe brings out the importance of devotion and faith in God to get fulfilment and happiness in life.




 
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Ravidas ke dohe

 Ravidas ke dohe

Sant Ravidas was a saint and poet in India during the 15th and 16th centuries. Ravidas's dohe are a message of devotion and compassion for all humanity. 'Ravidas ke dohe' are enriched with spiritual knowledge and profound meanings. These Dohe teach children that devotion and good deeds are the ways to connect to God.



 
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