Tantra, Its Mystic and Scientific Basis

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Concept Publishing Company, 2010 - Tantrism - 214 pages
 

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I have gone through three chapters available here. It is very interesting. I had always had a doubt about Vedas and Agama and their relationships. This in a way, clears the doubt about them. Indus Civilization had indeed a developed civilization and its philosophy and its traditional worshiping is prevalent even today. Though it is not obliterated, it is subsumed as Hindu which is identified by Vedic literature only.
I consider this book as an example of the Latin statement:
SUPPRESSIO VERI, SUGGESTIO FALSI
(Suppression of the truth is the suggestion of falsehood)
S.Shiva Ramu
Bangalore
(formerly Professor at IIMB)
 

Contents

Buddhist Tantra and Hindu Tantra
27
KundaliniYoga
64
Diksi and Yantra
116
Anusthana Diksa Varnamayi Diksa Kala Diksa Mano Diksa
131
Daksinacara
152
Tantra and Science
173
Conclusion
185
Bibliography
196
Index
205
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