“Bhakti” is Devotional love towards Lord Krishna best exemplified beautifully by Meerabai and Radhika. Gita is the holy scripture of Sanatana Dharma that elucidates Krishna’s dialogue with his most precious devotee and friend disciple Arjuna the spirit of life. One aspect of Krishna’s life demonstrates the yoga of karma, the yoga of compulsion, the yoga of tantra-mantra-yantra; the yoga of bhakti and devotion, and the philosophy of the real Brahma, the atman, the union between the micro and macro soul. Another aspect of Krishna’s life has been narrated as the one who has participated in the rass-leela, the natya – the dance drama with his consort Radhika and MeeraBai in poetry, music, and extravaganza. Whilst Radhika was Krushna’s music, MeeraBai was Krushna’s poem. Radhika is bhakti [devotional love] as Meerabai is tyaag [devotional sacrifice of her love for Krushna].