This verse of the Srimad-Bhagavatam is very popular and a favorite of the Advaita Acharyas:
योगास्त्रयो मया प्रोक्ता न्èणां श्रेयोविधित्सया । ज्ञानं कर्म च भक्तिश्च नोपायोऽन्योऽस्ति कुत्रचित॥ (११.२०.६)
Lord Krishna said: My dear Uddhava http://vedabase.net/u/uddhava, because I desire that human beings may achieve perfection, I have presented three paths of advancement — the path of knowledge, the path of work and the path of devotion. Besides these three there is absolutely no other means of elevation.
My question is, is the Bhakti (one of the three paths of advancement) can be concluded under one of the Upasana (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upasana), which is one of the three-part of Vedas along with Aranyakas and Upanishads?
oR the bhakti is more related to one of the Darshana (Hindu Philosphy)? (for example part of Vedanta -> and Shudd Advaita or dvaita etc)