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Swami Parmeshwaranand

ISBN 10: 8176254274 ISBN 13: 9788176254274

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: Acceptable. Vols 1&2 some pages have heavy highlighting and notes. Vol 3 is clean. AL 5/1 Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority. Seller Inventory # mon0001147842

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Swami Parmeshwaranand

Published by Sarup & Sons (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176254274 ISBN 13: 9788176254274

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About this Item: Sarup & Sons, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: 1. Abhinavagupta. 2. Acharya Amrtavagbhava. 3. The Aghorasiva. 4. The Amnaya classification. 5. Appar: Saivite Saint. 6. Ardhanarisvara. 7. Arulnandi. 8. Aruvagai Samayam. 9. Ascetics of Siva. 10. The Astavaranas. 11. Avadayakkal. 12. Badrinath: Himalayan pilgrimage. 13. Basavesvara. 14. Bhairava. 15. The Bhairava cult in the Bhanja rule. 16. Buddhism and Saivism in Orissa. 17. Chandesa. 18. The Cidambaram myth. 19. The cosmic body of Siva. 20. Cosmic Purusha. 21. Cult of Pasupatism. 22. Cuntarar. 23. The Daksinatantras. 24. The dance of Siva: philosophical interpretation. 25. Darasuram: Airavatisvara Temple. 26. Dirghatama. 27. Epigraphical evidence of Siva cults and practices. 28. Ganas of Siva. 29. The God of Bhakti. 30. God in Saiva Siddhantin. 31. The fundamentals of Saiva Siddhanta. 32. The Harihara sub-sect. 33. Martanda-Bhairava. Index. Vol. II: 1. The Saivaagama. 2. Saiva Mathas in Tanjavur District. 3. Saiva mysticism. 4. Saiva Nagarjuna. 5. Saiva sects in the Skanda Purana. 6. Saiva Siddhanta. 7. Saiva Siddhanta and Trika. 8. Sakti Cakra. 9. Sakta Yoga. 10. Saktipata. 11. Sambhava Yoga. 12. Sambhavopaya. 13. The Samkhya Tattavas in Saivism. 14. Sirutondar. 15. Siva-Pasupati in the Indus Civilization. 16. The Sivanana Cittiyar. 17. Soul and Siva. 18. Spanda: absolute consciousness. 19. Srisailam: pilgrimage centre, Andhra Pradesh. 20. Stambhesvari cult. 21. Swami Muktananda Paramahansa's. 22. Tarka-logic. 23. Tevaram of Appar. 24. Tirumular. 25. The Tiru Murukarruppatai. 26. The Tirumantiram. 27. Udra race. 28. The Unmaivlakkam. 29. The Uttaramnaya and the Purvamanya. 30. Vaisnavism and Saivism. 31. The Vilasa principle of Neo-Saivism. 32. The Virasaivas. 33. Vaital Temple. 34. The Virasaiva woman. 35. Visnu and Siva: composit figure. 36. Worship at Siva's temple. 37. Yoga in the Trika system. 38. The Pitha system of classification. 39. Pratyabhijna. 40. Pusalar. 41. The Rajarani Temple. 42. Ramalingar: a Saivite Saint. 43. Rasesvara Saivism. 44. Royal patronage to Saivism and its consequence. 45. The Rudra Siva. Index. "This triple volumes Encyclopaedia is a comprehensive and thematic compilation of all important aspects of Siva and Saivism in alphabetical order which took active part in origin and development of Indian religio-philosophical tradition. Siva is one of the eminent ancient Hindu God. Saivism creates the principle religious current of classical and modern Hinduism which centers on the worship of Lord Siva. In classical Hindu mythology, Siva is the God of destruction, generally portrayed as a Yogin who lives in Himalaya. In these volumes, I present more than 1000 themes on Siva and Saivism from primitive to modern society." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 50511

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