Bhakti

In Hinduism and Buddhism, `Bhakti` (also spelled Bhakthi;Tamil:பக்தி भक्ति) is a technical term meaning `portion, share`, from the root bhaj- `to belong to, to partake in, to worship`. It refers to religious devotion in the form of active involvement of a devotee in worship of the divine. Within monotheistic Hinduism, it ...
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bhakti

(`devotion,` from Sanskrit bhaj, `to share,` `to love`), in Hinduism, a movement emphasizing the mutual intense emotional attachment and love of a ... [37 related articles]
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Bhakti

(Skr. division, share) Fervent, loving devotion to the object of contemplation or the divine being itself, the almost universally recognized feeling approach to the highest reality, in contrast to vidya (s.v.) or jnana (s.v.), sanctioned by Indian philosophy and productive of a voluminous literature in which the names of Ramamanda, Vallabha, Nanak....
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bhakti

noun (Hinduism) loving devotion to a deity leading to salvation and Nirvana; open to all persons independent of caste or sex
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bhakti

bhakti (bŭk'tē) [Skt.,=devotion], theistic devotion in Hinduism. Bhakti cults seem to have existed from the earliest times, but they gained strength in the first millennium A.D. The first full statement of liberation and spiritual fulfillment through devotion to a personal god is fou...
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Bhakti

devotion
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bhakti

In Hinduism, a tradition of worship that emphasizes devotion to a personal god as the sole necessary means for achieving salvation. It developed in southern India in the 6th-8th centuries and in...
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bhakti

In Hinduism, a tradition of worship that emphasizes devotion to a personal god as the sole necessary means for achieving salvation. It developed in southern India in the 6th–8th centuries and in northern India from the 14th century. In northern India, bhakti was in part a social protest movement. The poet Kabir synthesized Hinduism and Islam t......
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Bhakti

Personal devotion to a particular chosen deity in anthropomorphic form. Bhakti has replaced sacrificial rites as the major function of modern Hinduism, and is part of what distinguishes it from traditional Vedism.
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Bhakti

Yoga word for Devotion
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