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Bhakti (Devotion) in Bhagavad-Gita

  What is Bhakti & BhaktiYoga? Bhakti suggests commitment, association, steadfastness or dependability. From a severe viewpoint, it suggests love, love, or obligation to God or an object of affection. Bhakti marg infers the method of responsibility, and bhakti yoga infers the state of dedication and the demonstration of obligation to accomplish affiliation or solidarity with the object of adoration, which is, for the most part, God or an individual god. From a powerful viewpoint, bhakti infers excellent love for God, which in the end completes in osmosis in God. The possibility of bhakti has its hidden establishments in the Vedic mollifying capacities. Bhakta was what was offered, relinquished, secluded and dispersed, and bhakti insinuated the exhibition of offering. It was a reference to appeasing commitments, animal and human repentances.  Bhakti Yoga is a Sanskrit word; Yoga implies association; the solitary English word that can do equity to the word Bhakti is maybe "Love,