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This is mainly due to the fact of their having lost their Indian mind. His face smiles happily like a lotus. The rest ot the Chapter deals with placing of the jar, Tapa, Archana and other ritual details.
The VauMava view is all given m “The Soul of India” by Bipm Chandra Pal to which I refer 2 These observations are merely here made because to some this kind of devotion Is objectionable Where as is the general case it is not understood the dislike of the general Anglo-Saxon temperament is due not to grounds of general validity but to special reasons largely peculiar to the race and its circumstances.
Edited by Taranatha Vidyaratna. It avalkn stands for Yat. Mati ; here the acting manas. She is in the extreme entrancement of passion. The letters A to Visarga: I and 1 1 — out of print. See brief discretions of the six seasons extracted from different Sanskrit au- thors in Ward’s View of the History, etcof the Hindoos,Vol I, p.
See Sharada tilaka ch. These two Chapters deal with the subject of initiation DiksM. Arrhur three Mantras are respectively Sun, Fire and Moon.
Through the first She binds and by the second She liberates. He is white as milk KsMra. Further than this, the philosophical doctrine relating to sound- creation, the general terminology, Devatas of worship and the ritual character of its contents from the sixth chapter to the end of the work make any further elaboration of this point unnecessary which will be obvious to any one who is con- versant with the Tantras and the present text.
Drinking abundantly of the mother’s milk it cries out when it desires to suck the breasts again. The Hymn now contains 16 verses. Pierced by the arrows of Anaihga 5 they move voluptuously 6. The letters are not clearly manifested because the neces- sary apertures have not appeared such as the throat and the like.
Epithet of Vishnu as destroyer of the Asuras called Jana who dwell in ptinciples ocean ; or it also means the “one who is prayed to for fo attainment of Punuvfctha that is, Dharma, Artha, Kama, Udksha. This is also the case with many verses which seem hardly in their proper place, princi;les a doubt as to the accuracy of the order in which the copying has been done. There is a constant upward tqntra downward move- ment of Vayu along the principlrs of the sun and the moon 1.
He is in the full flush of beauteous youth shedding the nectar of His sweet scented presence and lovely form. Tntra old and learned Orissan Tandit to whom this question was referred stated to me his opinion to be that Shamkara was not the author of the work but its ledactor or compiler, thus occupying the same position in regard to it as the Rtskis did to the Vaidik Shruti The question has importance because, amongst other reasons, of the fact that the Mahasiddhasara Tantra includes a Tantra acalon the Prapanchasara amongst the group of 64 assigned to the Rathakranta.
Thus by the offering of bael leaf with appropriate Mantras freedom from disease is attained.
The author of the Prapanchasaravivarawa states that Shiva is the author of this work through his incarnation Avatara the philosopher Shamkara. It destroys the sin of the devotee. This also cannot be accepted, as Amalananda-yati, the author of the Kalpataru, has cited texts from the Piapanchasata as the word of Shamkaracharya and Amalananda belonged to an age prior to that of Visfam-svaml As an instance of the un informed way the Shastra prinfiples spoken aalon may be cited the case of H.
In the desire to create She “solidifies” or ”thickens” Pirnciples ghanlbhuta. Their hair and clothes are in disorder. This book will also give him a true conception of the Mantrashastra. After the disjointed fashion of several other parts of the work, at v.
As the world is the creation of mind, the shabda, sparsha, riipa, rasa and gandha sound, touch, sight, taste, smell tanmStras are the cause of the mahSbhatas the former themselves deriving from the tamasa ahamkara. That is, from the womb, e. It is Her very nature prakrwi to be and to do, what She is and does. This is one of the Saguwa aspects of the Xrthur5.
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This has been done in accordance with the Commentary by Padma- padacharya, now published for the first time. A demon who attempted to fall on and crush the infant Krishna, who with His foot killed him. They all say that the book is by Shamkara- charya. Prior however to manifestation, that is during dissolution Pralaya of the Universe Prakrti exists in a state of equilibrated energy Time was thus marked by defining the position of the moon Without regard to its phases.
In the present edition, the following re-arrangement has been made. When Pitta moved by Vayu dissolves the Dhatus and is itself dissolved, it also dissolves blood in Lasika 4 and the 1, That is, they are the things which affect the DhStus as above explained. According to some it is albumen or glycogen.
Then Shiva withdraws creation into Himself. Verse 29 gives a Dhyana of Her as Rama, and 32 Shaktis of Rama are enumerated who should also be worshipped. This follows the Prapanchasara. Motionless things such as trees, etc. This Yat is the incomparable Energy Tejas which pervades all theVedas.
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He concludes by saying that to know Her is to be freed from all the bonds of Karma Karmabandha and to attain the supreme state of Visknu Visknok param padam prayati. The Devi as spouse of Shiva bears as He does the crescent moon.
Great Light, be gracious to me 5 Be gracious, Unmanifested One 6Ever pervading in that which ever pervades: