Meera bai

All About Meera bai Jayanti

Meera bai Jayanti is the birth anniversary of the famous Hindu poet, as well as an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna.
this Meera bai Jayanti is celebrated 31st during this year as per Hindu calendar, Meera bai I was taken birth on 1498 that falls on Sharad Purnima in kaki, it is a place in Rajasthan.

Meera bai Jayanti

All About Meera bai

Meera bai was one of the most significant sons of the Vaishnavi bhakti movement.
and she was also a famous devotee of Lord Krishna and she is also credited to have written more than 1300 poems prayers and love towards Lord Krishna.

Meera bai Rajkot was a Rajput princess, and she was married to a person named bhojraj, he was also the ruler of Chittor.
but Meera bai was of no interest in her married life as she didn’t have any interest in her spouse because she believe that lord Krishna to be her husband she believed herself, that she is married to Lord Krishna.

the poems which she returned for Lord Krishna was one of the best poems which remained as the best and the most by an opponent in Indian literature, and Meera Bai was also the poetess who belonged to the bhakti culture.
even though she was born and married in the royal family, she is still under event various tremendous tortures due to her devotion towards Lord Krishna, and love and respect for Lord Krishna.
we find no historical record, about the perfect birth anniversary of Mirabai.

but still, the death day of Sharad Purnima is observed as the birth anniversary of the famous poet Meerabai.
she was born to the Rajput king who was known as Ratan Singh of kurki, in the year 1499.
she also lost her mother very early, and she was taught various religions, politics, and music as well as she was taken care of by her grandparents who are also and ardent devotees of Lord Vishnu.

later on, she was married to bhojraj was the prince of Mewar in 1516 and then he was wounded in one of the battles and died in the year 1521 letter on her father also passed away.

Vikram Singh became the ruler of Mewar and from then on many atoms were also made to kill Mirabai but still shrimant unharmed intense devotion towards Lord Krishna was not favored, she was mentally harassed and it also said that she was once being attacked by a poisonous snake which was kept in a flower basket from which she kept the flowers picking up for lord Krishna ever it did not harm her and that snake became garland when she picked it up.

it is believed that she was submerged in devotion with Lord Krishna, and she also believes that she has married to Lord Krishna and she also went for a pilgrimage in Vrindavan and there are also composed many immortal lyrical poems specially dedicated to Lord Krishna.

later on in Vrindavan, she also met several devotees of Lord Krishna and it was believed that she was one of the best disciples of Guru Ravidas, Tulsidas as well as Rupa Goswami.

in the year 1546 she 12 Dwarka. in the year 1847 according to some legends she was miraculously disappeared inside a temple by merging with an idol of Lord Krishna.

since then we find that no tempus has been dedicated to Meera bai but still, she is considered as an epitome of devotion.
an every year people on this auspicious occasion of Meera bai birth anniversary, Chittorgarh district official along with Mira Smriti Sansthan, and Indira memorial trust, will be organized for 3 days long Mira Mahotsav, where the eminent musicians and singers will join this occasion and perform various Puja discussions

and also they held a musical event during these three days and this location is also celebrated on other parts of the country like temples of lord Krishna which have been organized with special pujas and kirtan and featuring all this Puja special featuring the beautiful lyrical bhajans of Meera bai which she sang and composed have self for Lord Krishna.

she was believed to be one of the most believe devotees of Lord Krishna, and also she is ever remembered for her great poems that she compassionately, and passionately, wrote for Lord Krishna.

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