Definition of Bhaktis
1. bhakti [n] - See also: bhakti
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bhaktis
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Literary usage of Bhaktis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Catalogue Raisonnée [sic] of Oriental Manuscripts in the Library of the by William Taylor (1860)
"When one dasa with its bhaktis has been gone through, then another dasa with its bhaktis is taken in hand; and soon throughout the nine planets—whence good ..."
2. Âryan Word-building by George Otis Holbrooke (1910)
"... effect, possess, love, adore, divide prey, distribute food; bhaktis generosity, ... facto to make (bhag, bhaktis) ; [fac-ber], faber artisan (bhri to ..."
3. The Inner Teachings of the Philosophies and Religions of India by Ramacharaka (1909)
"... and before long was at the head of a tremendous following of the most ardent, ecstatic, rapturous bhaktis, who filled the air with shouts of "Krishna! ..."
4. The Hidden Treasures of Ancient Qabalah. Vol. 1. The Transmutation of by ELIAS. GEWURZ (1918)
"strongest then we become bhaktis. All of these lead to the same goal and at last merge into one another. He who strives for liberation must finally master ..."