bhakta

a devotee

The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia. 2015.

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  • bhakta — /ˈbaktə/ (say bahktuh) noun (in Hinduism) someone who practises bhakti. {Hindi (from Sanskrit) bhakta} …   Australian English dictionary

  • bhakta — /buk teuh/, n. one who practices bhakti. [1820 30; < Skt: devoted; akin to BHAKTI] * * * …   Universalium

  • bhakta — भक्त …   Indonesian dictionary

  • bhākta — भाक्त …   Indonesian dictionary

  • bhaktá-da — भक्तद …   Indonesian dictionary

  • bhaktá-jā — भक्तजा …   Indonesian dictionary

  • bhaktá-tā — भक्तता …   Indonesian dictionary

  • bhakta — bhak·ta …   English syllables

  • bhakta — ˈbəktə noun ( s) Etymology: Sanskrit, one who resorts or is devoted to (a god), belonging to, allotted more at batta Hinduism : a religious devotee : worshiper compare …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bhakta Prahlada — means devotee Prahlada, a devotional character in hindu mythology. Bhakta Prahlada refers to many movies made in many Indian languages on the story of Prahlada. The story is so popular that it is made in many languages many times. Some of them… …   Wikipedia

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