And the bhakti movement provided an alternate path, a path of devotion through devotion through a deity one can achieve that moksha some people would consider it a reform movement, some people would say it was always there. Thus the bhakti movement was alienated from the people, and was entirely appropriated by the kings and priests it was revived in the 11th century by high caste vaishnav acharyas (all brahmins) and shaivite santanacharyas (from the rich, vellala caste. Paper ii history of india, c ad 650-1550. The word 'bhakti' means devotion to god it has been well known to india since the age of the ramayana and the mahabharata it has been clearly mentioned in the 'bhakti yoga' of srimad bhagavat gita but the reform movement called the bhakti movement exercised considerable influence upon the people.
The bhakti movement the term bhakti is defined as devotion, or passionate love for the divine moksha , or liberation from rebirth, was not in the following of rules, regulations or societal ordering, it was through simple devotion to the divine. Chapter 2 sufi and bhakti movements in the medieval period, religion provided the frame work of society at the community and state levels the state allowed intellectual activity to grow. A storm of songs ponders the destiny of the idea of the bhakti movement in a globalizing india if bhakti is the beating heart of india, this is the story of how it was implanted there—and whether it can survive.
The bhakti movement refers to the theistic devotional trend that emerged in medieval hinduism  and later revolutionised in sikhism  it originated in the seventh-century tamil south india (now parts of tamil nadu and kerala), and spread northwards [1. Chaitanya movement, intensely emotional movement of hinduism that has flourished from the 16th century, mainly in bengal and eastern odisha (orissa) state, india it takes its name from the medieval saint chaitanya (1485-1533), whose fervent devotion to the god krishna inspired the movement for. The present paper attempts to give a historiographical critique of the various interpretations of the bhakti movement it was the orientalist who first started looking into this movement.
Bhakti movement 2 meaning of bhakti usually it is accepted that the most characteristic feature of the religious development during the medieval period was the movement which emphasized single- minded intense devotion to god. Bhakti movement an all-india socio-religious movement spread in the middle ages in india its aim was to stop conversions to islam and fight the tyranny of brahmans in the social set-up of hindus. Meaning of bhakti movement: usually it is accepted that the most characteristic feature of the religious development during the medieval period was the movement which emphasized single-minded intense devotion to god. 1275-1296 ce prominent poet-saint of the maharashtrian bhakti movement laid the foundation of bhakti ideology in maharashtra the only way to attain god is though bhakti the re is no space for caste system in bhakti.
the bhakti movement is a hindu religious movement in which the main spiritual practice is loving devotion towards shiva orvishnubhakti movement is also closely related to sufism of islam which rose in the same time period and both advocated 'love of god' as the easiest way to attain god. Factors that helped the development of the bhakti movement there were a number of factors, which contributed to the rise, and growth of the bhakti movement during the medieval period the first important factor was the destruction of hindu temples by the invaders. Bhakti movement in india the essence of the bhakti movement is the union of the human soul with supreme being through devotion the bhakti movement took off in southern india between the 7th and the 12th centuries ad, nurtured by saiva nayanar and vaishnava alwar sects. The bhakti movement in maharashtra is divided into two sects - varakaris and dharakaris varkaris are devotees of lord vitthal of pandharpur jñāneśvar, namdev, chokhamela, eknath, and tukaram were the main saints of this bhakti tradition.
The bhakti movement centers on a path of love and devotion it emerged in medieval hinduism during the 7th century ce in south india under the tamil poet-saints known as the shaiva nayanars and vaishnava alvars. The bhakti movement was a rapid growth of bhakti, first starting in the later part of 1st millennium ce, from tamil nadu in southern india with the saiva nayanars and the vaisnava alvars their ideas and practices inspired bhakti poetry and devotion throughout india over the 12th-18th century ce. The bhakti movement refers to the theistic devotional trend that emerged in medieval hinduism's and later revolutionised in sikhism it originated in the eighth-century tamil south india (now parts of tamil nadu and kerala), and spread northwards. The bhakti movement preceded the modern dalit movement by around 600 years the bhakti movement is a historical spiritual phenomenon spearheaded by devotional mystics who emphasized devotion and love to god as the chief means of spiritual perfection.
The bhakti movement was a grassroots spiritual movement, particularly in hinduism, that brought empowerment to the masses it upheld a path to salvation through a personal relationship of love, devotion and surrender to, usually, a particular deity. Which of the following was a saint of the bhakti movement in bengal (a) tulsidas (b) vivekananda (c) chaitanya (d) kabir answer: chaitanya shankaracharya, during vikramaditya's period, was a very famous personality. Bhakti movement bhakti movement in india and punjab-by arun joshi , 9888933043, sri krishna institute , jalandhar an important landmark in the cultural history of medieval india was the silent revolution in society.