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(Non-Christian Religions / Hinduism) Hinduism loving devotion to God leading to nirvana
[from Sanskrit: portion, from bhajati he allocates]
bhak•ti (ˈbʌk ti)
(in Hinduism) selfless devotion as a means of reaching Brahman.
[1825–35; < Skt: devotion]
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Starting off with the photo exhibition, the festival went on to host the likes of famous Dhrupad exponent Pandit Uday Bhavalkar, bhakti singers Bhavnesh Komakali and Prahlad Singh Tipania, famous qawwal Mohammed Ahmed Khan Warsi and gifted shehnai players Sanjiv and Ashwini Shankar.
Swami Bhakti Gaurava Narasingha, 64, an American Hindu monk who has been living in India for four decades, has opened the country's first surfing ashram - religious community - near Mangalore, reports The Times.
Also in the East Village, yoga spot the Bhakti Center at 25 First Avenue's second floor will soon also occupy the property's ground level, with a new cafe.
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