noun bhak·ti–mar·ga \¦bək-tē-¦mär-gə\

Definition of bhakti–marga


  1. :  approach to salvation by way of ardent devotion to a deity — compare karma-marga

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Origin and Etymology of bhakti–marga

Sanskrit bhaktimārga, from bhakti + mārga path, from mṛga deer, gazelle

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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