Meera Bai was a famous saint and a great devotee of Lord Shri Krishna. She lived in the 16th century. She was one of the most well-known saints of India. She was a Rajput princess who was married into the Mewar royal family. But from a young age she considered herself ‘married’ to Lord Krishna and her devotion only grew stronger with time. She called him the husband of her soul. She was a Hindu mystical poetess, philosopher and sage. Her nephew was the great Maharana Pratap. Meera Bai created approximately 1300 prayers songs or ‘bhajans’. These bhajans are in the bhakti tradition, and most passionately praise Lord Krishna. She was a great exponent of bhakti yoga a believer of Saguna Brahman. Numerous miracles have been associated with Meera Bai, many of which included a darshan of Shri Krishna. There is hardly a saint who has influenced the Hindu masses more than Meera Bai. A famous couplet of hers expressing complete devotion to Krishna is “Mere to Girdhar Gopal Dusro na koi” meaning “For me there is only Girdhar Gopal and no one else”.