In the fourteenth century, in northern India, a female mystic named Lalla was a Yogini Dakini Goddess, Soon she was so filled with ecstasy that she began wandering and dancing naked in a state of ecstatic clarity. One of her songs clearly conveys her feelings about being skyclad:
Don’t be so quick to condemn my nakedness. A man is one who trembles in the Presence.
There are very few of those.
Why not go naked? Then all these customs will disappear like clothing.
There’s only the soul.