Meera Bai decided to leave Mewar and returned to Merta. Facing rejection there also for her unorthodox conduct, she made several pilgrimages and eventually found residence in Dwaraka. In 1546, Vikram Singh sent a delegation of Brahmins to bring them back to Mewar. Reluctantly Meera Bai asked permission to spend the night in the temple of Ranchhodraiji (Krishna). The next morning, she was not found, leading to the belief that she miraculously merged into Ranchorji’s image. However, the actual circumstances of her death that night remain uncertain whether she died or spent the rest of the year wandering in disguise. In case you wish to know more about Meera Bai India stamp as well as Miniature Sheets then visit Philacy.com
23-11-2023: 525th Birth Anniversary of Meera Bai India Stamp
Meera Bai was born in Kudaki, India in 1498. She was a Hindu mystic known for her devotional songs dedicated to Lord Krishna. Meera Bai was a princess and the only child of Ratan Singh, younger brother of the ruler of Merta. Meera Bai’s devotion towards Krishna began in her childhood when a man gifted her an image of Krishna. In 1516, she married Prince Bhoj Raj of Mewar. In 1521, her husband suffered a battle injury that led to his death. After the death of her husband, Meera Bai had to face challenges. The Indian Postal Department released a postage stamp on the occasion of the 525th birth anniversary of Mirabai. Mira Bai spent most of her days in a private temple dedicated to Krishna, continuing her religious practices.