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The reference to different types of Bhakti or Divine love is found the Shloka 82 of the Narada Bhakti Sutra. Shloka |Gunmahatmyasakti roopasakti poojasakti smaranasakti dasyasakti | || Sakhyasakti vatsalyasakti kantasakti atmanivedanasakti || || tanmayatasakti paramavirhasakti rupa ekadha api ekadashadha bhavati || Translation …Though it is ...


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As is considered a tradition, Narada Muni first describes the viewpoints of various other Rishis. After that, he presents his own viewpoint. तल्लक्षणानि वाच्यन्ते नानामतभेदात् ।। १५ Different rishis, different traditions have spoken about this divine love and its characteristics. But they are all different - different perceptions. The Truth ...


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