Mira Bai Bhakthi Katha
Mirabai was a well known Hindu supernatural poetess, whose works are commended everywhere. It is said that, she was a pupil of Shri Guru Ravidas. She is renowned for her bhajan sytheses. She composed about 1300 petition to God melodies. A large portion of her creations were composed in the commendation of Lord Krishna. She composed the greater part of the lyrics in the Rajasthani lingo of Hindi.
Mirabai was conceived in the year 1498 at Merta in Nagaur District of Rajasthan. When she was only six years of age, her mother provided for her a picture of Krishna, with whom she would talk consistently and night. Krishna turned into a necessary part of Meera's life. At the point when Mira turned sixteen, her fatherly uncle Viram Deo settled her marriage with the eldest child of Rana Sanga of Chittor, Prince Bhoj Raj.
As the wife of the leader of Chittor, she earned status and distinguishment. Presently, she turned into a piece of an imperial family favored with wealth. Notwithstanding the way that, she was a wedded lady, she couldn't quit pondering Krishna. Her huge adoration for Krishna did not let her perform her obligations towards her conjugal relationship. She even declined to offer petitions to God to the family divinity, Durga.
Mirabai used to blend with individuals of all social classes and ranks. At that point, she would go around singing and moving in general society sanctuaries. It is because of this reason that, she needed to face genuine results. Her spouse was died couple of years after their wedding bunches were tied. Tailing her spouse's passing, she was solicited to perform Sati, a custom from immolation toward oneself that is honed by all Hindu dowagers.
Mirabai lost her father in a fight. Considerably, her father-in-law was extremely harmed in the fight and passed away the following year. In her works, Meerabai made a specify that her in-laws endeavored to execute her twice. In any case, by God's beauty, she was spared. It was getting extremely intense for Mira to endure all these sufferings. At thirty years old, she chose to leave the castle. She went on a journey outing to Mathura, Vrindavan and Dwarka.
Mira got so immersed in revering Krishna that she essentially overlooked herself. She deserted the fortune of her compositions, which were an impression of her heart. Her ballads and different structures uncover distinctive parts of her life. The supplication to God tunes that she cleared out is prevalent among the admirers even today. Mirabai is thought to be a holy person according to the custom of the Bhakti Movement. The Bhakti Movement of the sixteenth century accentuated on commitment as the intends to achieve salvation.
There is a fascinating legend connected with the story of Brahmacharini Meerabai. Individuals are of the conviction that, it was the genuine massive adoration for Mira for Krishna that she vanished in the sanctuary of Krishna in Dwarka. It is said that, the sanctum entryways got shut all alone. Later on, when the entryways were opened, Mira's sari was discovered wrapped around the picture of Lord Krishna, along these lines talking about the union of Mirabai and Krishna.