Kahai Ravidass rrankaar japthin i Bhau sagar u tar i jaaoon. Her longing for union with Krishna is predominant in her poetry: The wounds of leprosy started healing up.
In a short period, the poor man became completely healthy as if he had never suffered from the disease.
Both her own father and her father-in-law were killed within a few years after her husband,  during a war with the Islamic army of Babur — the founder of Mughal Empire in the Indian subcontinent.
Guru Ravidass Ji gave one Damri small coin to Pandit Ganga Ram with the direction that he should offer this Damri to Ganga Mata only if she accepts it by taking her hand out of water. She drank it and became blissful. Uda Bai, sister of Bikramjit, secretly told Meera Bai that poison in the milk is going to be offered to her posing as nectar sent to her by Guru Ravidass Ji; that she should not drink it.
As a respect to her guru, Meera once wrote: He simplified mode of worship and discarded rituals.
In the beginning they tried to impress upon Guru Ravidass Ji not to resort to the practices followed by them. She told him that the moment she sucked blots on his clothes, she was enlightened. He got relief from the disease automatically within a few days. They failed in their plan.
After this awakening, Guru Nanak left his job and became a wandering holy man. At the end of Satsang religious discourses Guru Ji distributed nectar from shallow earthen pot lying near his seat.
O my companion, worldly comfort is illusion, As soon you get it, it goes. Guru Ji was seated beside the seat of the king.
On another day in her intuitional devotional state of meditation, Meera Bai was talking and laughing with Guru Ravidass Ji in her room. All the tall fleshy, head shaven, Janju thick thread wearing and Tilak applied Brahman priests blew conch-shells and fumbled Vedic Mantras and gently placed their Thakur stones in the river one by one.
At the end of the function sweets were distributed. According to popular belief, she miraculously merged with the image of Krishna. She would quietly leave the Chittor fort at night and join Satsangs religious get-togethers in the town below.
They listened evening religious discourses and went back home singing the praise of Guru Ravidass Ji. It is also known as Anna danam. In popular belief, she expressed her desire to engage in a discussion about spiritual matters with Rupa Goswami, a direct disciple of Chaitanya and one of the foremost saints of Vrindavan at that time.
Some of them suddenly jumped over Guru Ji to kill him. She appears to have despaired of loving anything temporal and turned to the eternal, transforming her grief into a passionate spiritual devotion that inspired in her countless songs drenched with separation and longing.
All the truthful saints are kind hearted. He had not used it. Guru Ravidass Ji enquired as to whathad happened. Ram Lal came to senses.Bhai Mani Singh was a disciple of Guru Gobind Singh who was approached by some Sikhs with a request that he should prepare an authentic account of Guru Nanak’s life.
One popular Janamsākhī was allegedly written. Guru Nanak is the founder and first guru of the Sikh religion. He was born in a small town outside of Lahore, India (now Pakistan) to a family in the merchant caste. Meera (Mira Bai) was a Hindu mystic poet and devotee of Krishna.
She was one of the most significant Sants ("true" or "saints") of the Vaishnava bhakti movement. Some 1, pads (poems) commonly known as bhajans (sacred songs) are attributed to her. These are popular throughout India and have.
Meera, also known as Meera Bai or Mirabai () Prem Ambodh Pothi, a text attributed to Guru Gobind Singh and completed in CE, includes poetry of Mira Bai as one of sixteen historic bhakti sants important to Religion: Hinduism.
Guru Nanak Dev Ji Made Great Contributions To Improving Mental Health. Guru Nanak Dev Ji lived by example. Whatever He preached, He lived by that.
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