2 edition of Sakta pithas found in the catalog.
Harish Chandra Das
On pilgrims of Shaktism and cult of Śakti, Hindu deity in Orissa, India.
|LC Classifications||BL1282.232.O75 D37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 224 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||00440604|
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Its basis is a critical edition of the Pithanirnaya or Mahapithanirupana which is a short treatise of the late period describing the fiftyone pilgrim spots associated with thc Mother Goddess under some of her various names.
Sakta Pithas by D.C. Sircar. The holy places associated with the Mother Goddess and spread over various parts of the indian subcontinent have been popular pilgrim spots for a long time. Sanskrit Books from Various Sources, 'The Sakta Pithas - D.C.
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Popular writings about the Sakta Pithas speak of the Adi Pithas or the four Pithas and also state that there are a total of 51 Pithas.
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Tantraraja Tantra by Lakshmana Shastri (Ed.). The book touches upon all the principal precepts of Tantra, espicially the esotric practices. An account of the Sakta Pithas has also been given in the background of the ethnological divisions of India.
New light has been thrown on the origin of bija, mantra and Gayatri occurring in Tantric works. 61 rows 18 Maha Shakti Pithas. The modern cities or towns that correspond to these 64 locations.
The holy places associated with the Mother Goddess and spread over various parts of the indian subcontinent have been popular pilgrim spots for a long time.
According to some late Tantric texts ascribable to Eastern India, the number of such Sakta-Tirthas is fifty-one and the present monograph is a dissertation on the origin and development of this conception.
From the Jacket: The worship of Sakti (mother Goddess) is almost universal phenomenon and its manifestation is seen in different forms. Indian contribution has also been laudable. I could not find the the in information in the Book of D C Sirkir "Sakta Pithas".
1) Jayanti is a small forest village within Buxa Tiger Reserve in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal, India. It is located along the Jayanti River. In Orissa in particular, the sakta/tantra cults played a major role in the religion and culture of the region and this is testified by its many temples and sculptural wonders therein.
In this work, Prof. Donaldosn presents a rich and variegated picture of the sakta/tantra art of Orissa, highlighting the evolving iconography of individual images. Mother Goddess in Indian Art, Archaeology & Literature Mahesh Chandra Prasad Srivastava Snippet view - Mahesh Chandra Prasad Srivastava Snippet view - Primordial Traditions Compendium is a collection of original works on Hinduism, Buddhism, Tantra, Asatru, Islam, Mithras, Mayan astrology, perennial philosophy, Paganism, alchemy, esoterica, and mythology from the Celtic, Nordic, Teutonic and Greek Traditions.
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Iconography of the Buddhist Sculpture of Orissa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Utilizing knowledge of the Orissan Brahman 3/5.Matrikas (singular Matrika, Sanskrit: मातृका, IAST: mātṝkā, lit.
"divine mother") also called Matar or Matri, are a group of mother goddesses who are always depicted together in as are the different forms Adi as are the personified powers of different Devas. Brahmani emerged from Brahma, Vaishnavi from Vishnu, Maheshvari from Shiva, Indrani from Affiliation: Shakti, Devi, Mahadevi, Adi .The Sakta Pithas by D.C.
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