The Devotional Bhakti Movement

Our just-released “The Devotional Bhakti Movement” is the eighth song in Hinduism Today’s History of Hindu India Music Video series.

It is a song for children intended to complement the third of our popular History of Hindu India documentaries, “Hindu India: 1000 to 1850.” The documentary and song, the second of three for this time period, neatly supplement the study of India and the Hindu religion in American middle schools. An easy way for students to understand the widespread devotional movement which countered the impact of foreign invasions and alien religions upon India.

Produced by Hinduism Today
Music: Aks and Lakshmi (youtube.com/EclipseNirvana)
Lyrics: Dragan Stojkovski
Video and subtitles: Igro Burenkov (upwork.com/fl/burenkov, conger.style@gmail.com)

Complete History Series Playlist

Music Videos
Part One, Song One, “Let’s Go Back 6,000 Years:” youtu.be/YHS7dyN6sgM
Part One, Song Two, “That’s What Hindus Believe” https://youtu.be/PAzBZa-FBOo
Part One, Song Three, “Hindus Love Celebrations” youtu.be/URoNuvY1wx
Part Two, Song One, “Ten Centuries of Progress” https://youtu.be/pFOTcm0Jq_4
Part Two, Song Two, “City and Village Life” https://youtu.be/CsNaeE4bgBY
Part Two, Song Three, “Sanskrit Culture Blossomed” https://youtu.be/z3zfjXNDIEU
Part Three, Song One, “Hard Times Fell Upon India” youtu.be/H8U-A-2BXrw
Part Three, Song Two, “The Devotional Bhakti Movement” youtu.be/dnlXj0IobIw


2 Responses to “The Devotional Bhakti Movement”

  1. Adi Srikantha says:

    Theses have turned out very nice. I must admit that I was not that thrilled when first heard the audio alone. As an instructional video they come across really well, easy to watch and glean the message, great job Swamis!

  2. Rajendra Giri says:

    Thanks
    Aum Namah Shivay!

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