Bhakti Yoga the path of devotion
In Bhakti Yoga, you are surrendering to your ego or self to God or Guru. There are many paths to Yoga, and Bhakti Yoga is one path to attaining divinity. Bhakti Yoga is a path of devotion! For some people, it is easier to pray than meditate. People of Bhakti Yoga are more heart-oriented than other paths of Yoga. Singing and dancing come naturally to them. In India, great Bhaktas happened, a few of them.
Narada
Shandilya
Ramakrishna
Chaitanya Prabhu
A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Sant Tukaram
Sant Eknath
Meerabai
Sahaja
Janabai
Dayabai
Charandas
Sant Rohidas
Gora Kumbhar
Radha
Jalaluddin Rumi
And thousands more.

Baul mystics are also known as Bhaktas; they sing beautiful songs and
dance madly.

The Bauls say,
Scanning the cosmos,
you waste your hours.
He is present
in this tiny vessel.
In this little body
He has made His abode.
He is here
in this little vessel;
in you.
He is there,
the God of Gods,
the King of Kings,
the Beloved.

The Nine Limbs of Devotion
When carrying out Bhakti Yoga individually or together, there are eight limbs of devotion. Each one creates a particular bhava or feeling.

⦁ Shravana: This refers to listening to the earliest scriptures.
⦁ Kirtana: Mostly, Kirtana is practiced by singing devotional poems and mantras.
⦁ Smarana: This indicates remembering God.
⦁ Padasevana: This is the service of the feet. Statue worship is a ritual in the temples.
⦁ Archana: Archana is a process of a ceremony, worshiping the God or guru.
⦁ Vandana: This is the prostration, touching the feet of Guru or God.
⦁ Dasya: Dasya means becoming God’s servant. God or guru is a master, and the devotee surrenders themselves to the guru or God.
⦁ Sakhya: Sakhya represents the “friendship” and the association.
⦁ Atmanivedana: Demonstrating the “self-offering,” Atmanivedana is the complete submission to God.