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The linga and the great Goddess = Liṅgopāsanā-rahasya, Śrībhagavatī-tattva by HariharДЃnandasarasvatД« Swami.

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Published by Indica Books in Varanasi .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Siva (Hindu deity) -- Cult,
  • Sakti (Hindu deity) -- Cult,
  • Phallicism -- India,
  • Tantrism -- Doctrines

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Two texts on the cult of Siva and Sakti, Hindu deities with special reference to Tantric doctrines..

Edition Notes

Other titlesLiṅgopāsanā-rahasya, Śrībhagavatī-tattva
StatementSwami Karpatri ; preface by Swami Swarupananda Sarasvati ; introduction and edition by Jean Louis Gabin ; translated by Gianni Pellegrini, Girish Chandra Tiwari, and Vimal Mehra.
ContributionsHariharānandasarasvatī, Swami., Gabin, Jean-Louis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL1218.2+
The Physical Object
Pagination368 p. :
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23656253M
ISBN 10818656988X
LC Control Number2009311959

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For those who wish to learn more of the Great Goddess, reviled yet embraced by religions of the world, this book is a general overview offering excellent, readable information." Glenda Martin, Crone Chronicles "This is an important book, adding well-researched and thoughtful information to the goddess literature. I recommend it.". While Hindus recognize and revere a variety of different goddesses, they also tend to speak of one Great Goddess, Mahadevi, as a singular divine being who is the unity underlying all female deities. In this book, ten scholars reflect on both the diverse depictions of Mahadevi found in textual and devotional environments and the ways that the singularity and multiplicity of the divine Hindu 1/5(1). The Linga and the Great Goddess By: Swami Karpatri; Preface By His Holiness Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Swarupananda Sarasvati; Introduced and Edited By Jean Louis Gabin; Translated By Gianni Pellegrini, Girish Chandra Tiwari, and Vimal Mehra. Lingam, states Monier Monier-Williams, appears in the Upanishads and epic literature, where it means a "mark, sign, emblem, characteristic". Other contextual meanings of the term include "evidence, proof, symptom" of God and God's power. The term also appears in early Indian texts on logic, where an inference is based on a sign (linga), such as "if there is smoke, there is fire" where the.