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Meerabai (also spelt Mirabai) was born a Rajput princess belonging to the Rathore clan in 1498 in Kudaki, Rajasthan in northern India. Despite being one of the most significant saints in the Bhakti tradition and an immensely popular religious poet as well as the subject of many films, books and stories throughout India and beyond, very few facts are actually known about he

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Published January 27th 2014 by Portable Poetry
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Mirabai writes beautiful devotional poems to show her undying love to Sri Krishna. I highly enjoyed them.
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Meera [(ca. 1498-1547)], also known as Mira Bai, was a 16th century Hindu mystic poetess and devotee of Krishna. She is celebrated as a poet and has been definitively claimed by the North Indian Hindu tradition of Bhakti saints.

Meera was born in a royal family of Rajasthan, and her education included music, religion, politics and government. She married Bhojraj the crown prince of Mewar in 1516, h
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