Jnana Sankalini Tantra

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Motilal Banarsidass Publishing House, 2007 - Tantras - 246 pages
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India is a civilisation of many images a culture of many visual feasts a tradition where th visible and the palpable are as important as the oral and the occurrent, where our highest truths are embodied in our kathas and gathas our songs and stories, where our temples are not only places of worship but equally a gallery of beautiful forms and figures where myth is as important as doctrine, where ancient memories are full of cherished narratives where mythic beings are real in many different ways and we enrich our lives by festivals which celebrate events from the lives of our mythic gods and goddesses and where knowledge is gained as much from itinerant performers as it is from learned discourses and where when the wind blows thorugh the Pipal tree is as if we hear the hymns of the Vedas.
 

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one of the best book.
Height of knowledge... from sole to vertex.
O guru you really cultivated the field with your sadhana and generated deathless seeds.
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Contents

The Vedic Culture
3
Ishta Devata
51
Summary
58
Glossary
137
63
162
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