The correct answer is: Baghat Kabeer
the bhakti women were dumb
The impact of Bhakti movement on the Indian Society is that it created a revolution in the society.
the Bhakti saints preached in the language of comman man
The Bhakti movement occurred in Medieval India. The effects of the movement are the establishment of rituals and rites used by the Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs.
The bhakti cult or movement was a Hindu religious movement that promoted the belief that salvation was attainable to everyone. It occurred in the medieval period.
Bhakti movement and Arya Samaj movement are examples from India.
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Bhakti movement,Auyra Sumaj movement,womensuffrage movement,and progressive movement
there are a number of bhakti reformers who spread bhakti movement around the world. these are- 1. ramanuja 2. ramananda 3. kabir 4. vallabhacharya 5. mira bai 6. surdas 7. tulsidas 8. shankaracharya
The Bhakti movement was embraced by the masses while the Sufi movement was mostly followed by Muslims. Both movements helped to achieve harmony between Hindu people and Muslim people.
it was an easier path to seek salvation
the followers of bhakti movement didn't believe in useless rights and customs and opposed cast inequalities and cast hatred. the taught that anyone can attain salvation by the true worship of Vishnu
i hope its coz of yoga...:( noo its wrong..
Shankaracharya and Ramanuja spread the message of bhakti in south India. The Sufi movement originated in West Asia.
Susmita Pande has written: 'Medieval bhakti movement, its history and philosophy' -- subject(s): Bhakti, History, Medieval Philosophy
the biggest impact ofbhakti movement was that the Hindu and the Muslim communities started understanding each other
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Bhakti movement helped in decreasing the bitterness among the muslims and hindus.It helped in the rise of vernacular literature.For example Punjabi in the north and Bengali in the south.It helped the common men to fight against the rigidity of the caste system.The
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i actually wanted the to it myseself but i can tell sme points_ 1. there was full devotion to god with the rise of bhakti and sufi movement 2.god is one and its followers were very strict
Kabir Das was a poet and saint in India. He lived in the 15th century and his writing influenced the Bhakti movement.