Kabir's poetry is a reflection of his philosophy about life. His writings were mainly based on the concept of reincarnation and karma. Kabir's philosophy about life was very clear-cut. He believed in living life in a very simplistic manner. He had a strong faith in the concept of oneness of God. He advocated the notion of Koi bole Ram Ram Koi Khudai.... The basic idea was to spread the message that whether you chant the name of Hindu God or Muslim God, the fact is that there is only one God who is the creator of this beautiful world.
Talking about the philosophies & principles of Kabirdas, he was
against the caste system imposed by the Hindu community and also opposed
the idea of worshipping the idols. On the contrary, he advocated the
Vedantic concepts of atman. He supported the idea of minimalist living
that was advocated by the Sufis. To have a clear idea about the
philosophy of sant Kabir, check out his poems and two line verses known
as dohas that speak his mind and soul.
Kabir was strictly against the practice of hypocrisy and didn't like
people maintaining double standards. He always preached people to be
compassionate towards other living beings and practice true love. He
urged the need to have company of good people that adhere to values and
principles. Well, Kabir has very beautifully expressed his values and
beliefs in his writings that include dohas, poems, Ramainis, Kaharvaas