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  1. FranglophonePunjabi

    Hinduism Difference Between Sikhi And Bhakti Hinduism

    Sat Sri Akal everyone, I was recently wondering if any here can please explain to me differences between Sikhi of our Gurus and Bhakti (e.g. Kabir, Namdev, Ravidas etc...). What are philosophical differences between what Gurus taught and message of the Bhaktis? There is lot of Bhakti Bani in...
  2. namjiwankaur

    Bhagat And Bhakti

    Sat Nam _/|\_ Maybe someone with a better understanding of language could answer my question. Are the words "bhagat" and "bhakti" related? I just noticed they both are words about devotion. Nam Jiwan :singhsippingcoffee:
  3. Archived_Member16

    Inspirational A MUST WATCH VIDEO: Bhakti Vich Shakti. Guru Diyan Faujan Ne Kita Kamal

    A MUST WATCH VIDEO: Bhakti vich Shakti. Guru diyan faujan ne kita kamal Khalsa Group ~~ rommy garg.mp4 - YouTube
  4. spnadmin

    Yogism Bhakti Yoga: In Search Of A Lost Love

    Radhanath Swami Founder and Director, Radha Gopinath Ashram Mother Nature is always speaking. She speaks in a language understood within the peaceful mind of the sincere observer. Leopards, cobras, monkeys, rivers and trees; they all served as my teachers when I lived as a wanderer in the...
  5. Admin

    Events The Bhakti Movement (800-1700)

    Bhakti movement in Medieval India is responsible for the many rites and rituals associated with the worship of God by Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs of Indian subcontinent. For example, Kirtan at a Hindu Temple, Qawalli at a Dargah (by Muslims), and singing of Gurbani at a Gurdwara are all derived...
  6. S

    Guru Nanak Dev Ji And Bhakti Movement

    Nanak And Bhakti Movement The Bhakti movement started during the period of Delhi Sultanate.[32]The earliest known exponent of Bhakti movement was Ramanuja who flourished in the early years of 12th century.He was persecuted by the Chola King.People had become jeleaous of his learning and even...