Navdha Bhakti consists of the following nine types of Bhakti:
A devotee listens to the divine names and qualities of Shree Krishna.
A devotee sings bhajans-kirtans about the names, deeds and other divine qualities of Shree Krishna.
A devotee constantly remembers and meditates on the names and lilas of Shree Krishna.
A devotee does seva of Shree Krishna’s divine feet.
A devotee performs seva of an idol of Shree Krishna.
A devotee prostrate before Shree Krishna.
A devotee becomes a volunteer servant in the service of Shree Krishna and dedicates all his actions to Him.
A devotee worships Shree Krishna in the form of a friend and cultivates his friendship.
A devotee dedicates all his body and material possessions to Shree Krishna.
In Srimad Bhagvat the same above Navdha Bhakti of Shree Vishnu is taught by Prahlad to his father Hiranyakasipu.
Whether you worship Shree Vishnu directly or through his incarnations as Shree Krishna, Shree Ram or any one or more of his twenty incarnations the Navdha Bhakti remains the same.
In Aranyakand of Shree Ramcharitramanas by Goswami Tulsidasji Bhagwan Ram himself tells about the navdhabhakti to Shabriji. Shree Ram recites the following nine types of Bhakti and tells Shabriji to listen attentively and to absorb it.
Satsang with other devotees is the first Bhakti.
Love for katha of Shree Ram
Love and interest in kathas of Shree Ram is the second Bhakti.
Paad Seva of Guru
Seva of Guru’s feet without any pride is the third Bhakti.
To sing, without any deceit, bhajans of Shree Ram’s divine merits is the fourth Bhakti.
Ram Nam jaap
Jaap of Ram Nam with rock solid faith is the fifth Bhakti and it famous inVedas also.
Living a life of free from desires of indriyas, with simple and high moral character, having viragya from many activities and doing dharmic duties with pious people is the sixth Bhakti.
Shree Ram’s presence in all
Seeing Shree Ram in everybody and treating them accordingly and considering Sants even higher than Shree Ram is the seventh Bhakti.
Being contended with what you have and not seeing faults in others is the eight Bhakti.
Without deceit and straightforward dealings with others, heart full of faith in Me and reamining calm in good or bad situations (Stithpragana) is the ninth Bhakti.
Shree Rams says to Shabari that even if only one of the above bhakti is present in any one than he or she is Priya to Me.