He was born in in the village of Talwandi now called Nankana on the bank of the River Ravi in the state of Punjab. Ramanuja: Ramanuja was a great preacher of Bhakti cult. He only wanted to bridge the differences and distinctions between the Hindus and the Muslims in order to create an atmosphere of peace, goodwill, mutual trust and mutual give and take. He is still worshipped as Gauraong Mahaprabhu as the very incarnation of Krishna and Vishnu. Religious supremacy made the Muslim rulers and people to exhibit mutual hatred and hostility, towards their fellow Hindu Citizens. Their teachings had been reflected greatly in the religious ideas and policies of Akbar.
This group drew an unprecedented amount of Hindus of lower and higher castes within the vicinity. He was brought up in the house of a Muslim Weaver. The Results of Bhakti movement: The results of the Bhakti movement were far-reaching. He used the love between Radha and Krishna in an allegoric manner to depict the relationship of Love, in its various aspects of the individual soul with the Supreme Soul. They are one and the same.
He preached the doctrine of Self Surrender. Therefore he spent his life in the service of the low caste and the down-trodden people.
Nevertheless, these rituals have survived generations and seem adamant to remain. Causes of the Popularity of Bhakti Movement: The causes of the popularity of the Bhakti movement are not far to seek. Their teachings of humanity, love for God and Prophet continue to be surrounded by mystical tales and folk songs today. He said that neither asceticism nor book knowledge could give us true knowledge.
Ramananda: Ramananda was also a Maharashtra Saint who belonged to the period between the second half of the fourteenth and the first quarter of the fifteenth century. Besides these great preachers of Bhakti Cult, there were other three prominent exponents of the cult who by their sincere efforts not only popularised the Bhakti Cult but also immortalised themselves in the history of India. This order was prominent in medieval Iran prior to Persian migrations into India during the Mongol Invasion  Consequently, it was Abu Najib as-Suhrawardi's nephew that helped bring the Suhrawardiyyah to mainstream awareness. Islam in India grew with the efforts of dervishes, not with violent bloodshed or forced conversion. One cannot realize Him by taking bath in holy rivers or going on pilgrimages or performing rites and rituals.
A large number of Sufi saints appeared in India, particularly after the Ghazanavid conquest of Punjab. Shaikh Farid-ud- din Masud Ganj-i-shakar was a disciple of Kaki. Sufism spread widely with their teachings packaged in popular songs accessing mass demographics. Therefore it is not possible to embark upon a reconciliation between them. It also did not affect any major change in the caste system.