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The Bhakti Sutras : History

The Bhakti Sutras Composed by Narada, the Bhakti Sutras are a traditional treaty of devotion. Bhakti yoga is the way which leads to the union with the divine One, based on the perpetual offering of the love and the constant memory of the Lord.



Source : S. Abhayananda, History of Mysticism

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