Ravidas, Kabir and Sena were the disciples of
The monism preached by which one of the following leaders of Bhakti movement is known as Suddha-dvaita or ‘Pure non-dualism’?
One of the earliest Vaishnavites who took pupils even from the so-called depressed classes, who used vernacular instead of Sanskrit, and who introduced the cult of Rama and Sita in place of the worship of Krishna and Radha, was
Which of the following is the most satisfactory explanation for the popularity of Bhakti movement?
Which philosophy constitutes the core: “that nothing exists but the supreme spirit of Brahma and that it is shrouded by `maya’ or `ignorance’?
Bhakti teachers emphasised that
Who was the great Acharya who counselled Surdasa to sing of Lord’s creative play (Bhagvata Lila)?
Who wrote the Telgu version of the Mahabharata?
The Bhakti idea of the adoration of a personal God seems to have developed with the growing popularity of
Which of the following Bhakti saints is said to have travelled far and wide and engaged in discussions with the Sufi saints in Delhi?
Which Bhakti saint taught his doctrine of Bhakti to all the fourvarnas and enrolled disciples from all castes?
The ‘Trinity’ of Bhakti movement in north India refers to
Which Bhakti saint’s oral teachings are collected in the Bijaka and the Sukhnida?
Universal brotherhood was emphasised by
Which Bhakti saint opined that there is one supreme being who has different names like Ram, Rahim, Khuda and Govinda?
Who said, “I am neither in Kaba nor in Kailash” and “God is the breath of all breath”?
Which Bhakti saint composed hymns and sang them to the accompaniment of the rabab , a stringed instrument played by his faithful attendant, Mardana?
Which Bhakti saint popularised musical gathering or kirtan ?
Who remarked “I spent many births in search for Ram. Ultimately I discovered him within my own self”?
Which Bhakti saint laid great emphasis on the purity of character and conduct as the first condition of approaching God, and the need of a guru for guidance?
Which Bhakti saint developed different modes of religious emotionalism such as vatsalya , dasya, sakhya andmadhuriya?
Which saint is not as sociated with Vaishnavism?
Which saint is believed to have been the founder of the Vaishnava school?
Which saint popularised Vaishnavism in the Vijayanagar empire and had the most profound impact on Vaishnava saints?
Which beliefs were common to Sufi and Bhakti thoughts?
By the efforts of which Bhakti saint’s disciples did Vrindaban become a place of pilgrimage?
Which saint preached a non-sectarian (nipakh) path?
The philosophy of activism is associated with
The worship of Vithoba , a form of Vishnu, was popular in
Who wrote Sur-Sarawali, Sahitya Ratna and Sur Sagar?