Bhagavat-Tattva Is The Only Object Of Bhakti

Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura

(From "Bhakti Tattva Viveka" - click to read more from it.
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In the main verse the word krsnanushilanam has been used.

The purport of this is that Svayam Bhagavan Sri Krsna is the sole ultimate objective indicated by the term kevala-bhakti (exclusive devotion).

The word bhakti is also used for Narayana and various other expansions of Krsna, but the complete sentiments of bhakti which can be reciprocated with Krsna cannot be reciprocated with other Forms.

This point can be analysed in detail on another occasion when the topic is more suitable for it.

For the time being it is necessary to understand that bhagavat-tattva is the only object of bhakti.

Although the supreme Absolute Truth (para-tattva) is one, it is manifested in three forms, that is brahma-tattva, paramatma-tattva and bhagavat-tattva.

Those who try to perceive the Absolute Truth through the cultivation of jnana cannot realise anything beyond brahma-tattva.(from Part 1 – "The Intrinsic Nature of Devotion")

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Harih Om Tat Sat.

Natural Brotherhood (Bhaktivinoda Thakura):

BhaktiVinoda Thakura

"Gradually, when the offensive portions of the established religions are destroyed, there will be no more differences in the bhajana performed by the various Sampradayas nor any quarrel between them.

Then as brothers, the people of all castes and countries will spontaneously chant the Holy Names of the Supreme Lord together.

At that time, no one will hate anyone or consider others dogeaters; nor will anyone be overwhelmed by the pride of high birth.

The living entities will not forget the principle of natural brotherhood."

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