Dharamdas (1433-1543) was the greatest promotive of the Kabir sect. He was born in a Vaishya clan in Bandhogadh place of Baghelkhand. From the beginning, he had a tendency towards bhajan, pujan, pilgrimage and charity. After being a disciple of Kabir, he started contemplating Nirguna Brahma. All the property was looted by the oppressed and the rulers of Satnam. Only his creations are available. 'Happiness is his main poetry. In his bani, love, artfulness and slavery-devotion predominate. Their language is influenced by Eastern.