Omnipresence of the Divine and his easy accessibility to every soul that wishes to search for him has been a major theme in Kabir’s poetry. In a few poems, his words even seem to criticize our search for God in places of worship. Though Kabir’s tone may not always appear pleasurable to a devotee who prefers the vicinity of a murti or a symbol of God to connect to him, we cannot really blame a devotee-saint who sees God in every flower, not only in the Lord’s statue decorated with flowers.
 Poem: Banamali jane ban ke adi, Rama nama bin janam badi
Edited on 31 March, 2019