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Bhakti

Author : B. Bhattacharya
ISBN : 8174764372
Genre : Bhakti
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Bhakti Analyses The Nature Of Bhakti - A Form Of Total Dedication That Ultimately Helps Sublimate And Annihilate That Ego In Man Which Creates A Yawning Breach Between Selfishness And Self-Realization. Bhakti Is A Spiritual Engineers' Handbook, To Bridge This Gap And Assuage That Insatiable Inner Hunger That Shadows The Progress Of Life From The Embryo To The Grave. This Book Proposes To Expose That Inner Hunger, Find Out Its Nature And Suggest A Healing Touch.

Bhakti Sangeet Digital Edition

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Bhakti The Yoga Of Love

Author : Samrat Schmiem Kumar
ISBN : 9783643501301
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Transrational Peaces is a new approach in contemporary Peace Research. It considers the rational and the spiritual sphere of human perception to be essential for the understanding of peace. In this book the Austrian-Indian researcher Samrat Schmiem Kumar presents the Indian tradition of Bhakti Yoga, and demonstrates the value of Indian philosophy for contemporary discussions on peace. In the philosophy of Bhakti, life is a playful and aesthetic relationship between human and the cosmos. The book opens the field of Peace Studies beyond the well-known horizons of the discipline in Europe and the United States.

Bhakti

Author : Lalitānanda Vana (Swami.)
ISBN : UVA:X000149416
Genre : Bhakti
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Love Divine

Author : Karel Werner
ISBN : 9781136774614
Genre : Social Science
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Explores the nature and function of bhakti or devotional involvement in religious practice in India in areas where it is seldom sought or where its existence has been doubted or even denied.

Bhakti

Author : His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
ISBN : 9789171495907
Genre : Philosophy
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What we call love in the material world is all too temporary, but in the kingdom of God the profound loving exchanges Lord Krishna enjoys with His dearest devotees are eternal. Bhakti-yoga teaches us how to enter into that realm of eternal love.

Bhakti Religion In North India

Author : David N. Lorenzen
ISBN : 0791420256
Genre : Religion
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In India, religion continues to be an absolutely vital source for social as well as personal identity. All manner of groups--political, occupational, and social--remain grounded in specific religious communities. This book analyzes the development of the modern Hindu and Sikh communities in North India starting from about the fifteenth century, when the dominant bhakti tradition of Hinduism became divided into two currents: the sagun and the nirgun. The sagun current, led mostly by Brahmins, has remained dominant in most of North India and has served as the ideological base of the development of modern Hindu nationalism. Several chapters explore the rise of this religious and political movement, paying particular attention to the role played by devotion to Ram. Alternative trends do exist in sagun tradition, however, and are represented here by chapters on the low-caste saint Chokhamel and the tantric sect founded by Kina Ram. The nirgun current, led mostly by persons of Ksand artisan castes, formed the base of both the Sikh community, founded by Guru Nanak, and of various non-Brahmin sectarian movements derived from such saints as Kabir, Raidas, Dadu, and Shiv Dayal Singh. Two chapters discuss the formation of a distinctive Sikh theology and a Sikh community identity separate from that of the Hindus. Other chapters discuss the validity of the sagun-nirgun distinction within Hindu tradition and the interplay of social and religious ideas in nirgun hagiographic texts and in sectarian movements such as the Adi Dharma Mission and the Radhasoami Satsang.

Bhakti Poetry In Medieval India

Author : Neeti M. Sadarangani
ISBN : 8176254363
Genre : Bhakti
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This Text Is An Attempt To Reconstruct The Bhakti Movement From The 8Th Century Tamil Nadu To The 16Th Century Punjab, In Its Totality, As A Connected Organic Phenomenon And As Perhaps The Earliest Indian Voice Of Deconstructive Modern Thought.

Bhakti Hindu And Christian

Author : Stephen Neill
ISBN : UVA:X000756430
Genre : Bhakti
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Narasinha Mehta Of Gujarat

Author : Neelima Shukla-Bhatt
ISBN : 9780199976423
Genre : History
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This is the first book in English on Narsinha Mehta, a major figure among the saint-poets of medieval India and the most celebrated bhakti (devotion) poet from Gujarat, whose morning hymns and sacred biography provided a vital source of moral inspiration to Gandhi. It explores how the songs and sacred narratives associated with the saint-poet have been sculpted into a popular source of moral inspiration by performers and audiences.

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