1. The Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is the main scripture. It describes the path of devotion.
2. Shree Nathji, a manifestation of Lord Krishna, is God.
3. Devotees must have selfless love and humility towards Shree Nathji and all humanity.
4. A devotee must instill his devotion for Shree Nathji in all endeavors.
5. A devotee must be content with whatever Shree Nathji makes of him/her.
- It (Pushtimarg) is spontaneous, selfless & motiveless love for God.
- It is based on pure love for God.
- It is expressed only through service of God - "Seva".
- It is love after realising God's true nature.
- The knowledge gained is not a means of liberation.
- Liberation, is considered secondary to the enjoyment of God's bliss.
- Its aim is God's happiness.
- No caste, creed, color, sex or age prevents one from attaining God's Grace.
- It does not know any boundaries, be it time, place or anything else.
- It does not require a devotee to give up a householder's life. In fact, one can serve Him better, by being a householder. This is different from other philosophies that require a life of contemplation as a monk.
- All the worldly desires are diverted towards God, they are then not required to be suppressed.
- World is not looked down upon but is treated as God's creation and thus as real as God himself.
- Shri Krishna is the Supreme God, all the other deities reside in his form. Therefore total faith is placed in Shri Krishna alone.
- In the state of liberation the entity of the devotee merges into *God's blissful form, but in Bhakti (especially Pushti bhakti) the devotee does not seek liberation but he enjoys God's bliss by participating in it as a separate divine entity.