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Who wrote this hindu bhajan? can any one quote the all lines with hindi meaning .?

"Vaishnav jan to "

Asked by joyesh chakraborty, 29 Nov '08 12:29 pm
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Vaishnav jan to is a very popular Hindu bhajan from Gujarat that was a favorite of Mahatma Gandhi's. It was composed by the Gujarati poet-saint Narsinh Mehta in the 15th century.

He is the true Vaishnava who knows and feels another's woes as his own.
Ever ready to serve others who are unhappy, he never lets vanity get to his head.
Bowing to everyone humbly and criticising none.He keeps his speech, deeds and thoughts pure; blessed is the mother who begets such a one.He looks upon all with an equal eye. Having rid himself of lust, he treats and reveres every woman as his mother.His tongue would fail him if he attempted to utter an untruth. He does not covet another's wealth.The bonds of earthly attachment hold him not. His mind is deeply rooted in renunciation.Every moment he is intent on reciting the name of the Lord Rama. All the holy places are ever present in his body.He has conquered greed, deceit, passion (lust) and anger.The sight of such a Vaishnava, says Narsinh, saves a ...more
Answered by Lion Heart, 01 Dec '08 03:02 pm

 
  
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Vaishnav jan to tenere kahiye je peer parayee jane re
par dukhe upkar kare to ye man abhiman na mane re
means a person who helps other in her/his crucial time, he don't feel proud(abhiman).
Answered by jaya acharjee, 01 Dec '08 01:40 pm

 
  
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Gandhiji
Answered by ANURADHA PATHAKJ, 29 Nov '08 12:29 pm

 
  
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