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(Hinduism) loving devotion to a deity leading to salvation and nirvana

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The Bhagavad Gita has made bhakti a household word-it seems to be everywhere.
"Aiyar is known for 'parivar bhakti' as a (political) slave of the dynasty.
This book is a companion volume to The Archaeology of Bhakti I: Mathura and Maturai, Back and Forth (EFEO/IFP, 2014, also edited by Francis and Schmid and reviewed by me in this journal, 137.1, 2017).
Shuttling between one doctor to another in Dubai, Bhakti says a delay in diagnosis resulted in her having to undergo a major surgery.
" Bhakti or what may be called the path of devotion or hero-worship, plays a part in its politics unequalled in magnitude by the part it plays in the politics of any other country in the world.
Boulder, Colo.-based Bhakti has chosen Sarah Bird to be the company's CEO.
India-born composer, musician, and singer Manish Vyas presents Atma Bhakti, a music album created especially for prayer, meditation, and mind-body devotional practices such as yoga.
One, among many, examples of such juxtapositions is that of the sacred poetry of the two traditions--the Psalms of the Hebrew Scriptures and the bhakti poetry of the Hindus.
In a compact guide colored with Zen, martial arts, and devotional Bhakti yoga, ordained Christian minister Vernon Kitabu Turner constructs a bridge between East and West.
Another Nepali, a transgender named Bhakti Shah, did the unthinkable by marrying another person belonging to the same sex, causing the couple to be persecuted and ostracized by their family and community members.
Using the idea of the greatness of the soul, Ramesh sublimates the notion of grace in narratives that echo the voices and philosophies of the Bhakti poets and Ramana Maharshi, buttressed with imagery derived from Indian mythology and its representation in the visual art tradition.
So I went to see his Marathi play, a comedy called Hands Up, in which he was paired opposite the legendary Bhakti Bharve.
The events of the day concluded with "Vesak Bhakti Gee" performed by the children of the staff of the Embassy.