Who was not an Exponent of ‘Bhakti Movement’?

  1. Ramananda
  2. Kabir
  3. Shankaracharya
  4. None of these
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 2nd June 2015 in History.
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    Option 3 is the right answer.

    The Bhakti movement was a Hindu religious movement of the medieval period that promoted the belief that moksha was attainable by everyone and advocated that a personal expression of devotion to God is the way to become at one with Him.

    Main Features of the Bhakti Movement:

    1 –  Unity of God or one God though known by different names.

    2 –  Bhakti, intense love and devotion, the only way to salvation.

    3 –  Repetition of the True Name.

    4 –  Self-Surrender.

    5 –  Condemnation of rituals, ceremonies and blind faith.

    6 –  Rejection of idol worship by many saints

    7 –  Open- mindedness about deciding religious matters.

    8 –  No distinction of different castes, higher or low

    9 –  Need of a guru for guidance advocated by some.

    10-  Preaching’s through local or regional languages and travelling from place to place for spreading the religious message.

    Harsh Vardhan Professor Answered on 2nd June 2015.
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