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Everyone asks, "What religion does Lalon belong to in this world? Some use Malas Hindu rosariesothers Tasbis Muslim rosariesand so people say they belong to a different religion.
But do you bear the sign of your religion when you come to this world or when you leave this world? There are few reliable sources for the details of Lalon's early life as he was reticent in revealing his past. They gave Lalon land to live where he founded a musical group and remained to compose and perform his songs, inspired by Shiraj Sain, a musician of that village.
Lalon lost the sight of his one eye in smallpox. The news of his death was first published in the newspaper Gram Barta Prokashikarun by Kangal Harinath.
The cage has eight rooms and nine closed doors; From time to time fire flares out. Above there is a main room, The mirror-chamber — Lalon's song translated by Brother James Disciples practicing lalon song at his Akhra Lalon was against religious conflict and many of his songs mock identity politics that divide communities and generate violence.
He believed in the power of music to alter the intellectual and emotional state in order to be able to understand and appreciate life itself. The texts of his songs engage in philosophical discourses of Bengal, continuing Tantric traditions of the Indian subcontinent, particularly NepalBengal and the Gangetic plains.
He appropriated various philosophical positions emanating from HinduJainistBuddhist and Islamic traditions, developing them into a coherent discourse without falling into eclecticism or syncretism.
He explicitly identified himself with the Nadiya school, with Advaita AcharyaNityananda and Chaitanya. He was greatly influenced by the social movement initiated by Chaitanya against differences of caste, creed and religion.
His songs reject any absolute standard of right and wrong and show the triviality of any attempt to divide people whether materially or spiritually. Works[ edit ] Lalon composed numerous songs and poems, which describe his philosophy.
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