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bhakti (bhäkˑ·tē),

n in Hinduism, devotion and love as a path to salvation.
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17) The stress upon the blue-black skin color of Ravana is significant as all the Vaishnavite Bhakthi poets of the sixth to the ninth centuries sang of the two gods, Rama and Krishna, as similarly dark-skinned.
The programme, which started in the evening and continued till midnight, included Buddha Pooja, Dhamma Sermon, Chanting of Dhammachakka Suthra, recital of Bhakthi Gee by the community groups, staging of Mahasara Jathaka Drama and "Dansela".