Meera was born in a royal family of Kurki district of Pali, Rajasthan, India. She is mentioned in Bhaktamal, confirming that she was widely known and a cherished figure in the Indian bhakti movement culture by about 1600 CE.Most legends about Meera mention her fearless disregard for social and family conventions, her devotion to god Krishna, her treating Krishna as her lover and husband, and she being persecuted by her in-laws for her religious devotion.
Devotee Meera worshipping Lord Krishna Great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. Spiritual Teaching might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human Heart and Spirit and we become love with 'learning is being' rhythm......!! #heartfulness #daaji (DaajiTheHighestCaliberDivineBeingOnEarth) www.daaji.org www.heartfulness.org
Mirabai Born to a privileged Hindu family Mirabai broke with the conventions of society to live the life of a mystic and devotee of Krishna. For her unconventional lifestyle her family tried to kill her, but on each occasion were unsuccessful. Her bhajans and songs helped revitalise devotional Hinduism in India.