Bhakti Movement

There is no content available!

To Access the full content, Please Purchase

  • Q1

    The basic objective of Kabir's teachings was/were

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    Promotion of unity among all castes and creeds.

    Explanation:

    Kabir made a significant contribution in bringing about Hind-Muslim unity. He made untiring efforts to remove the difference between the Hindus and the Muslims.

    View Answer
  • Q2

    The idea of Bhakti was first discussed in

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    Bhagvad Gita.

    Explanation:
    The idea advocated in the Bhagavadgita, became popular in the early centuries of the common era. Gita hold the view that Supreme God could deliver humans from bondages if approached with devotion (or bhakti).
    View Answer
  • Q3

    Tulsidasa composed Ramcharitmanas in

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    Awadhi language.

    Explanation:
    Sri Ramacaritamanasa is an epic poem composed in 16th-century by Goswami Tulsidas (c.1532–1623). The core of the Ramacharitamanas is a poetic retelling of the events of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, concerning the exploits of Sri Rama, the crown prince of Ayodhya.
    View Answer
  • Q4

    The Bhakti saint who was a great satirist and ridiculed all the institutions of his time was

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    Kabir.

    Explanation:
    Kabir was also a great social reformer. He ridiculed all the institutions of his time. He opposed the popular belief in the institution of sati. He was opposed to caste and image worhip.
    View Answer
  • Q5

    The greatest social impact of the Bhakti Movement on medieval Hindu society was

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    equality between high and low castes.

    Explanation:
    The Bhakti movement left a deep impact on the Indian society.The leaders of the Bhakti Movement preached Universal brotherhood of mankind. It led to the weakening of caste system to some extent.
    View Answer