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bhakti (bhäkˑ·tē),

n in Hinduism, devotion and love as a path to salvation.
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does the author of the Bhagavatapurana situate Krsna's amorous liaisons with women within a carefully crafted context of dharma, yoga, and bhakti," while the Harivamsa does not?
Bhakti poetry has many features in common with the Psalms, as just described.
The narratives became grist for the artist's mill later in life when he was attracted to the philosophy of Ramana Maharshi and the Bhakti poets.
Bhakti evolved and took a shape in the context of South Indian textual tradition from 6th and 7th C.
18 February 2012: The first test-run of about 1km was carried out from its yard in Wadala to Bhakti Park station.
Bhakti initially said the plane overshot the runway, but later clarified his comments to say that it landed straight in the water.
Yeshu Satsang leaders generally shape worship gatherings to reflect the reverent and devotional gatherings of many Hindu bhakti groups or a Sikh gurdwara (temple).
What: Bhakti Kutir is not an ashram, though it is all about the well-being of the mind, body and, therefore, soul, but not in a way that demands you to adopt saintly ways of life.
Hammond's Candies (2011), Oskar Blues (2010) and Bhakti Chai (2011) all have made a mark in their respective industries.
Police in Dubai are questioning all the crew aboard the Bhakti Sagar dhow that caught fire on Dubai Creek on Sunday afternoon.
The songs in the opera combine Sringara Rasa and Bhakti Rasa techniques.
Investment holding PT Bhakti Investasi Tbk hopes to wrap up the process of acquisition of coal mine and oil and gas field in South Sumatra, East Kalimantan and Papua.