He was born in a small town outside of Lahore, India now Pakistan to a family in the merchant caste. As a young man, Guru Nanak married and had children.
Biography Biography of Mirabai Meerabai or Mirabai alternate orthographies: Meera, Mira, Meera Bai Hindi: Some 1,—1, prayerful songs or bhajans attributed to her are popular throughout India and have been published in several translations worldwide.
In the bhakti tradition, they are in passionate praise of Lord Krishna. Details of her life, which has been the subject of several films, are pieced together from her poetry and stories recounted by her community and are of debatable historical authenticity, particularly those that connect her with the later Tansen.
On the other hand, the traditions that make her a disciple of Guru Ravidas who disputed with Rupa Goswami are consonant with the usual account of her life. There are so many stories about Mira Bai that it is very difficult to tell the facts of her life from legend.
She is the most famous of the women Bhakta poets of north India. Biography Meera, a Rajput princess was born in Kudki Kurkia little village near Merta City, which is presently in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan in northwest India.
Rao Duda was son of Rao Jodha of Mandore, founder of mumbai. As an infant Meera became deeply enamored of an iconic idol of Krishna owned by a visiting holy man; she was inconsolable until she possessed it and probably kept it all her life.
But some myths say that Meera saw a wedding procession of a bride-groom and asked her mother about her husband, then her mother took her in front of the family deity Lord Krishna. Then she was just five years old.
She was highly influenced by her father as he was a sole worshipper of Krishna. But because she would not be able to keep the Lord happy the holy man took away the idol. When they went they saw that whatever the saint was offering to the Lord was not accepted.
Then some ancient myths say that the idol started crying. Then next day the idol was given back to Meera and since then it remained with her. This made a bond between her and Lord and she was called "stone lover".
She even organized a marriage with the idol. And she considered herself as spouse of Lord Krishna. She was not happy with her marriage as she considered herself already married to Krishna.
Her new family did not approve of her piety and devotion when she refused to worship their family deity- Shiva. The Rajputana had remained fiercely independent of the Delhi Sultanate, the Islamic regime that otherwise ruled Hindustan after the conquests of Timur.
But in the early 16th century AD the central Asian conqueror Babur laid claim to the Sultanate and some Rajputs supported him while others ended their lives in battle with him. She appears to have despaired of loving anything temporal and turned to the eternal, transforming her grief into a passionate spiritual devotion that inspired in her countless songs drenched with separation and longing.
There were several attempts to poison her. Her sister-in-law Udabai is said to have spread defamatory gossip. There are many more in a similar vein. At some time Meera declared herself a disciple of the guru Ravidas "guru miliyaa raidasjee" and left for the centre of Krishnaism, Vrindavan.
She considered herself to be a reborn gopi, Lalita, mad with love for Krishna. Folklore informs us of a particular incident where she expressed her desire to engage in a discussion about spiritual matters with Rupa Goswami, a direct disciple of Chaitanya and one of the foremost saint of Vrindavan that time who, being a renunciate celibate, refused to meet a woman.
Meera replied that the only true man purusha in this universe is Lord Krishna. She continued her pilgrimage, "danced from one village to another village, almost covering the whole north of India".Essay on Guru Nanak and Meera Bai Guru Nanak is the founder and first guru of the Sikh religion.
He was born in a small town outside of Lahore, India (now Pakistan) to a family in the merchant caste. Bhai Mani Singh was a disciple of Guru Gobind Singh who was approached by some Sikhs with a request that he should prepare an authentic account of Guru Nanak’s life.
One popular Janamsākhī was allegedly written . The beautiful shabad ‘Guru Meri Pooja’ in loving adoration of the master has been rendered mellifluously by Anandmurti Gurumaa in the featured video.
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