Bhaskararaya's Sivanamakalpalatalavala. Herausgegeben, übersetzt und erklärt. Theil I. RELIGION, Emil Ernst Bhaskararaya. Strohal.

Bhaskararaya's Sivanamakalpalatalavala. Herausgegeben, übersetzt und erklärt. Theil I.

Leipzig: G. Kreysing. 1900. 1900. First Edition, First Printing. Original Wraps. First edition. Octavo, original printed wrappers. 32 pp. Inaugural - Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doctorwurder, Göttingen, vorgelegt von Emil Ernst Strohal. Contains the text of the Sivanamakalpalatalavala in Sanskrit, plus translation, analysis and notes. Text is mostly German. "Curriculum vitae", after p. 32. Very nice clean copy. Rare. Very Good. Item #2233

¶ Bhaskararaya (Bhaskararaya Makhin) (1690–1785) is widely considered an authority on all questions pertaining to the worship of the Mother Goddess in Hinduism. The worship of Shakti involves many hidden meanings of mantras and coded passages. It is said that these meanings were revealed to Bhaskararaya by the Goddess Herself. His works number more than 40 and range from Vedanta to poems of devotion and from Indian logic and Sanskrit grammar to the science of Tantra. The lineage of the succeeding Gurus is unbroken and is now present in Hyderabad of India.

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