Saint Meera - Meera Meera Bai (1498-1547) was from an aristocratic family of Rajastan, India. She was a Hindu mystical singer and a great devotee of Lord Krishna. She sang more than a thousand Bhajans in passionate praise of Lord Krishna and had reportedly declared that she was married to him. She was the granddaughter of the founder of Jodhpur, Rao Jodha of Mandore. From childhood, she was enamoured only with Lord Krishna's idol, but her husband, Prince Bhoj Raj, the eldest son of Rana Sanga of Chittor, did not support her religiousness, enthusiastically. Later, when the Prince was killed in battle with the Central Asian conquerors, she became more and more passionate with spiritual devotion. The Rajput princess had started singing and dancing in ecstatic state, even in the midst of commoners, and in the streets. Her brother-in-law, Vikramaaditya, who became the ruler, tried to poison her, and her sister-in-law spread defamatory gossips about her.