Vaishnava Samhita. Narasimha Mehta Charitam I. Vol III Book VI Chp 15 Shlokas 3 - 4

पितृभ्यां रहितो दीनः पूर्वजेनैव पोषितः  |
सर्वसद्गुणसंपन्नः सर्वमानसरञ्जनः  ||
विवेकशीलो धीरश्च विष्णुभक्तिपरायणः | 
ज्येष्टानुवर्ती मतिमान् बालकः पञ्चहायनः || 

The five year old boy Narashimha Mehta was very intelligent and had great respect for his elder brother. His parents had died even when he was a child and so he was brought up by his elder brother. He was adorned with all noble qualities. He was so graceful that he could captivate all hearts. He was wise and brave and was a true devotee of Shri Krishna. 

Vaishnava Samhita. Narasimha Mehta Charitam I. Vol III Book VI Chp 15 Shloka 2

बिलमेव हि तच्छ्रोत्रं यः शृणोति न चादरात्  |
पुण्यश्लोकस्य चरितं मङ्गलं कल्मषापहम्  ||

The ears of that man who does not give audience with true devotion to the narration of the sacred story of Shri Bhagavan, the Punyashloka, which is capable of eradicating all evils, are comparable to snake-hills. 

Vaishnava Samhita. Narasimha Mehta Charitam I. Vol III Book VI Chp 15 Shloka 1

श्रीसद्गुरुरुवाच 

आसीद्भक्तजनश्रेष्टो नरसिह्म इति श्रुतः  |
वक्ष्यामि तस्य चरितं कृष्णभक्तिप्रदं शुभम्  ||

Shri Sadguru said

There was a great bhakta named Narasimha Mehta. Now I am going to narrate his story that blesses the listener with devotion to Shri Krishna. 

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shlokas 28 - 30

अन्तर्दधे तदा मीरा कृष्णालिङ्गनतत्परा |
आविर्भूतं महाज्ज्योतिः पश्यत्सु च महात्मसु ||
वैष्णवास्तुष्टुवुमीरां ददृशुः कृष्णमेव ते |
चक्रुर्जयजयारावं परमाश्चर्यमूर्च्छिताः  ||
मीरायाश्चरितं पुण्यं शृणुयाद्यः पठेन्नरः |
प्राप्नोति कृष्णपदयोः प्रेमभक्तिं सुनिर्मलाम् ||

Then, Meera embraced Lord Krishna and disappeared instantaneously. All those noble men accompanying her could see only a divine light appear there. All the vaishnavas spoke high of Meera. They had the darshan of Shri Krishna. With a pleasant surprise they hailed Meera. One who reads or listens to the pious life story of Meera attains unalloyed loving devotion to Lord Shri Krishna.

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shlokas 23 - 37

नीलोत्पलदलश्यामं नीरजायतलोचनम्  |
सुकपोलं सुस्मितञ्च सुकुमारं सुनासिकम् || 
स्फुरद्रत्नकिरीटाढयं केकिबर्हावतंसकम्   |
कौस्तुभामुक्तकण्ठञ्च श्रीवत्साङ्कितवक्षसम्  || 
दिव्यपीताम्बरधरं नितम्बाबद्धमेखलम्  |
हरिचन्दनलिप्ताङ्गं वनमालाविराजितम्   ||
हारकङ्कणकेपूरवलयादिविभूषितम्   |
शिञ्जानमणिमन्जीररञ्जितश्रीपदाम्बुजम्  || 
विलोक्या प्राणकान्तं सा परमप्रेममोहिता  |
दधावालिङ्गनं कर्तुमन्तर्मन्दिरमेव हि  ||

Shri Krishna gave darshan as follows; He was bluish in complexion like the Neelotpala flower; His eyes resembled the lotus. The Lord has beautiful cheeks, handsome and attractive nose and an elegant smile. He was wearing a glittering gem-studded crown with a peacock feather. He had the Insignia of Shri decorating His broad chest. He was wearing the koustubha gem round His neck and a gorgeous yellow silk garment. He was annointed with fragrant sandal paste. He was adorned witha flower garland, necklace, bangles, shoulder-bands, and tinklink anklets in His lotus feet. Thus beholding the Lord of her soul, Meera rushed into the temple in order to embrace Him. 

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shloka 22

श्रीसद्गुरुरुवाच 
तस्यामेवं प्रगायन्त्यां भगवान्नन्दनन्दनः  |
स्वयं कपाटमुदघाट्य कृपया दर्शनं ददौ   ||

Shri Sadguru continued

When Meera sang thus, Bhagavan, Shri Krishna caused the doors open and gave darshan with all mercy. 

Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shloka 20

अनन्यकिङकरीं मां त्वं रक्ष रक्ष कृपानिधे  |
अङ्गीकुरु प्रार्थनां मे पाञ्चालीमानरक्षक  ||

Oh! Repository of compassion! You must protect me Your devotee. Oh! Lord! You saved Paanchali, at the most critical time of her life. Please grant my prayer.

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shloka 17 - 19

माता पिता च भर्ता च गुरुर्दैवं त्वमेव हि |
त्वां विना रक्षकं नान्यं जानामि पुरुषोत्तम ||
संसारमरुकान्तारे नानादुःखसमाकुला |
अटन्ती तव पादाब्जमाश्रयं कलयाम्यहम् ||
अलं ते लीलया नाथ कटाक्षं कुरु केशव |
निधेहि मां पदाम्भोजे तवैव करुणानिधे || 

Heh! Purushottama! You are my father, mother, preceptor and deity. I do not find a savior other than You. Wandering in this dreaded desert of worldly life I have undergone many privations. Now I have come to take shelter at the cool shade of your lotus feet. Keshava! Please put an end to Your game of testing me. Please look askance at me. Oh! Ocean of compassion! Give me refuge at your lotus feet.

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shlokas 13 - 14

श्रीसद्गुरुरुवाच 
इत्युक्त्वा वैष्णवी मीरा वीणामादाय पाणिना |
गायन्ती सुस्वरं प्रेम्णा गोवर्धनधरं प्रभुम्  ||
साधुभिः सहिता ह्ष्टा कृष्णकीर्तनतत्परैः  |
प्राप द्वारवतीं पुण्यां कृष्णदर्शनकाङ्क्ष्या  ||

Shri Sadguru said

Having spoken thus, along with the sadhus vaishnavi Meera reached Dwaraka disirous of having the darshan of Lord Krishna. With Veena in her hand she was all the way singing the glories of Lord Krishna. 

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shlokas 11 - 12

मीरोवाच 
स्वागतं वो महाभागा नमो वो वैष्णवोत्तमाः |
तादृशी नास्ति मे भक्तिः शक्तिः सिद्धिश्च काचन ||
तथाप्यहमतिक्रान्तुं न शक्नोमि वचो हि वः |
तस्मादेवागमिष्यामि कीर्तयिष्यामि केशवम् ||

Meera replied

Oh! Blessed ones! You are welcome. Oh! Vaishnavottamas! My salutations to you. I am not endowed with such bhakti, and occult power. Still, I am unable to act against your order, Hence I shall come with you and do Krishna kirtan.

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shlokas 9 - 10

मन्दिरस्य कपाटं तमुद्घाटयितुमाशया |
सांप्रतं वयमायातास्त्वां नेतुं द्वाराकापुरीम्  ||
अतो मन्दिरमागत्य गानं कुरु यशस्विनि |
त्वद्गानवशगः कृष्णः स्वयं दास्यति दर्शनम्  ||

We are desirous of getting the doors of the temple opened up. Hence we have come here to take you to Dwaraka. Reputed mother! Please come with us to Dwarka and sing in the temple. The power of your music will make Shri Krishna open up the doors and bless us with His darshan

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shloka 6

वैष्णवा ऊचुः 
मातर्नमस्ते त्वामेव मीरां विह्मो हरिप्रियाम्  |
आगताःस्मो वयं द्रष्टुं त्वामेव द्वारकापुरात्  ||

The vaishnavas said

Oh! Mother! We think that you are Meera, the ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. We have come all the way from Dwaraka in order to meet you. 

Vaishnava Samhita. Meera Charitam II. Vol III Book VI Chp 14 Shlokas 1 - 4

श्रीसद्गुरुरुवाच 
कदाचिद्यमुनातीरे मन्दमारुतसेविते  |
नानावृक्षसमाकीर्णे पवित्रे प्रेमभूषिते  ||
साधुमण्डलसंसेव्ये कृष्णपादाब्जचिह्निते | 
राधेश्यामेति मधुरं कूजिते शुकमण्डलैः  ||
सुगन्धपुष्पसङ्कीर्णे तृणमण्डलकोमले  |
राधाचरणचिह्नाढयैः पुलिनैरुपशोभिते  ||
बृन्दावने क्वचिद्वृक्षमूले मीरा तु वैष्णवी |  
तिष्टन्ती वादयन्ती च वल्लकीं मधुरं जगौ  ||

Shri Sadguru said

One day the bank of the Yamuna was embraced by a gentle breeze. That holy place filled with prem was replete with many trees. Parrots were uttering sweetly the Divine Name "Radheshyam." The sands, held in great esteem by the sadus were bearing the beautiful foot prints of Lord Shri Krishna. Flowers falling from the myriad trees lay scattered on the soft sands of the river bank. Devi Radha's cute foot prints were also found there. In that Brindavan Meera the vaishnavi was seted under a tree. She was playing on the Veene and singing melodiously.