Mira: La Divina Amante

Mira Bai la mujer santa más famosa de India, fue una princesa Rajput del reino de Mewar que vivió a lo largo del siglo XVI. Sin embrago, su Gurú Ravidas fue un humilde zapatero. A pesar de la desaprobación y persecución de la corte real, ella continuó con su devoción hacia él consiguiendo finalmente la unión mística. Expresó su gran añoranza y angustia por la separación de su Bienamado en himnos en los que destaca su lirismo e intensidad emocional. Las estrofas de Mira, aún se cantan en toda India.

India's most famous woman saint, Mira Bai was a princess in the sixteenth-century Rajput kingdom of Mewar, yet her Guru was Ravidas, a humble cobbler. Despite disapproval and persecution by the royal court, she continued with her devotion to him, ultimately attaining mystic union. She expressed her great longing and anguish in separation from her Beloved in hymns distinguished by their lyricism and emotional intensity. Mira's songs are still sung today throughout India.

English: Mira - The Divine Lover
Author: Virendra Kumar Sethi
Category: Mystic Tradition
Format: Paperback, 282 Pages
Edition: 1st. 1995
ISBN: 978-81-4466-011-1
RSSB: SP-012-0

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