Meerabai Mira Bai Hindu Mystical Singer Statue Sculpture. Add mystical music to your garden. Playing her ektar, a one-stringed lute traditionally used for Hindu devotional songs, Indian saint Mira Bai will add her own kind of harmony to your garden. Exquisitely sculpted, from her softly gathered gown to her gracefully arched hands, our serene musician is a spiritual centerpiece at more than two feet tall. Cast in 37 lbs. of quality designer resin and as bright as the music she “plays,” she is hand-painted to highlight every sculptural nuance. Our itemis wonderfully exotic art for your home or meditation garden. Meerabai (Rajasthani: ???????) (c.1498-c.1547CE) (alternate orthographies: Meera; Mira; Meera Bai) was an aristocratic Hindu mystical singer and sahajiya (apasampradaya) devotee of lord Krishna from Rajasthan and one of the most significant figures of the Sant tradition of the Vaishnava bhakti movement. Some 12-1300 prayerful songs or bhajans attributed to her are popular throughout India and have been published in several translations worldwide. In the bhakti tradition, they are in passionate praise of lord Krishna. Details of her life, which has been the subject of several films, are pieced together from her poetry and stories recounted by her community and are of debatable historical authenticity, particularly those that connect her with the later Tansen. On the other hand, the traditions that make her a disciple of Ravidas who disputed with Rupa Goswami are consonant with the usual account of her life.