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This book offers the reader a sober English translation of two hundred of Mirabai's Padas, based on the interpretative work of Indian scholars that has appeared during the last few decades....

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This edition of book was issued in Hardcover. The volume of the book is 144 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "Devotional Poems of Mirabi" was published in 1980.

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Devotional Poems of Mirabi
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9788120804418
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1980 year
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Description of "Devotional Poems of Mirabi"

This book offers the reader a sober English translation of two hundred of Mirabai's Padas, based on the interpretative work of Indian scholars that has appeared during the last few decades. Three intorductory essays deal with her life, her place in the Bhakti movement and the characteristics of her poetry. (Reprinted)

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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 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, her husband was wounded in 1518 and died in 1521 after a Hindu-Muslim battle, her own father died in a war with Babur's army in 1527, and little else is known about her life with any certainty.

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. She has been the subject of numerous folk tales and hagiographic legends, which are inconsistent or widely different in details.

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