...the path of devotion
This refers to a person’s devotion to holding in their heart the faith of any spiritual practice. It is pure spiritual devotion, one’s love of God. The limbs of practice within Bhakti are: Śravaṇam, Kīrtana, Smaraṇam, Pādasevana (may include Karma Yoga), Arcanam, Vandana, Dāsya, Sakhya, and Ātma-nivedana.
A deeper explanation of bhakti yoga and definition of the nine practices of this devotional path.
A “bhakta” is a person who practices “bhakti,” or loving devotion to god or the divine. Bhakti, as a spiritual path of love, is considered highly accessible, because it allows for the devotee to draw from personal, everyday experiences of love.
BLOGS (about Bhakti)
The History of Bhakti Yoga by Kimaya Singh