Meera Sanga And Mewar
Meera Bai, one of India’s most well-known mystic poets is also a Rajput princess of the Rathor clan. Married to Mewar’s Crown Prince Bhoj Raj, son of Rana Sanga, the most chivalrous and powerful warrior king ruling medieval India’s largest and wealthiest Rajput kingdom, her charmed life revolves around her love for Krishna. Passionate and devoted to her divine consort, this retelling of Meera’s story is a celebration of her life as a princess, a brave daughter-in-law of Mewar, a poet, and a seeker of divine union with her God. Steeped in Rajput traditions, customs and folklore, this novel explores the relationship between the physical and the metaphysical.
A prolific journalist, Jyoti Jafa is an aristocrat by birth, a diplomat by training and a writer by inclination. She infuses her writing with her own joie de vivre and an artist’s sensitivity to ambience. She is also the author of three of Roli Books’ bestsellers, Nurjahan, Really, Your Highness! and Royal Jaipur.