Saturday, February 19, 2011

My another thought for the day as envisaged and flashed by me on the f.b. on Feb.5,2011.

Bishwa Nath Singh

Why to sob your eyes with full of tears especially for one who was a proven cheater and never truly yours !


.(Photo of Meera,an ardent & blind follower of Lord Krishna).

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Bishwa Nath Singh:
It's another thought of mine that I would like to share with all of you.Meera Bai who is seen this picture was one of the foremost exponents of the Divine Love and an inspired poetess. She is regarded as an incarnation of Goddess Radha Rani.. She sang in Braja-bhasha, sometimes mixed with Rajasthani, in praise of Giridhar Gopala (Shri Krishna), her lord for whom she developed in her heart the most intense love and devotion. Meera had occupied indeed a sacred place in the history of Indian thought and culture for her deep and passionate religious devotion, as also for her poetry in which her genius was well revealed, and which was never bereft of beauty in the true sense of the term. Her odes and hymns are so rich, sweet and inspiring, not because of any high rhetoric or dexterity of language, but because they are characterized by a tenderness and simplicity of feeling as genuine outpourings of a heart completely dedicated to God. Much legend has gathered around the name of Meera, and there is a good deal of controversy surrounding her time when she had lived and connection with the Mewar ruling family. According to Tod, the historian, she was the queen of Rana Kumbha of Mewar to whom she was married in 1513 but remained devoted to Lord Krishna whom she had taken as her husband right from her childhood.She had to go under many physical and mental penance but she always remained true to Lord Krishna.


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