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By Edward Moor

Reflecting the spirit of East Indian myths, legends, and fables, those illustrations have been compiled by means of one of many 19th century's premier Orientalists. Edward Moor released The Hindu Pantheon in 1810, and this new quantity attracts upon his exposition of India's non secular iconography to provide a extraordinary array of pictures of Hindu deities.
Dramatic engravings and line drawings contain scenes from the Ramayana and Mahabharata in addition to temple photos of Krishna, Vishnu, Siva, and different significant gods and goddesses. Many are derived from bronze collectible figurines; others are reproduced from manuscript illustrations. All seem with captions for ease of id.

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The Isvara-pratyabhijna is divided into four sections, viz. 42 A Companion to Tantra 1. Jnanadhikara - dealing with cognitions. , (i) Upodghata, (ii) Purvapaksa-vivrti, (iii) Para-darSananupapatti, (iv) Smrtisakti-nirupana, (v) Jnanasakti-nirupana, (vi) Apohanasakti-nirupana, (vii) Ekasraya-nirupana, (viii) Mahesvarya-nirupana. 2. Kriyadhikara - dealing with activity. Its subsections are: (i) Kriyasakti-nirupana, (ii) Bhedabheda-vimarsana, (iii) Manatatphalameya-nirupana, (iv) Karya-karana-tattva-nirupana.

D. Courtesy National Museum. 4. Painting showing Yori-Arana, Nepal, 17th Cent. D. Courtesy National Museum. 7. Painting showing Satchakra, Tanjore, 19th Cent. D. Courtesy National Museum. 6. Painting on cloth showing Om Rymn, Rajasthan, 19th Cent. D. Courtesy National Museum. 5. Painting showing Sri-Yantra, South India, 17th & 18th Cent. D. Courtesy National Museum. 8. Contemporary Madhubani painting showing Kali, 20th Cent. D. Courtesy National Museum. CHAPTER II TANTRIC ELEMENTS IN POST-VEDIC SANSKRIT LITERATURE THE GREAT EPICS The Ramayana (present form completed by c.

The latter is supposed to be based on a gloss by Utpala himself, which is now lost. The fourth Adhikara is the epitome of the three preceding Adhikaras. Its contents are as follows: Mahesvara alone is the soul of all beings. Abhinavagupta makes it clear that He is of the nature of consciousness which has no difference in different places, times and in nature. The question may be posed - well, if MaheSvara alone is the soul, what is the bondage for releasing which this effort is made? The answer is that, through the force of ego, people think 1 am so and so'.

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