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An Introduction to Tantric Philosophy The Paramarthasara of Abhinavagupta with The Commentary Of Yogaraja (Hardcover)

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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 041534669X
ISBN-13: 9780415346696
Sku: 31285962
Publish Date: 10/1/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6L x 1T
Pages:  462
Age Range:  NA
 
The ParamarthasA]ra, or the Essence of [the Teachings on] Supreme Reality by Abhinavagupta (Xth to XIth AD) is a compendium of the monistic doctrine of Trika Saivism. This book offers the first commented English translation of both the text and its commentary by Yogaraja (XIIth AD), along with a corrected Sanskrit text, introduction, indices and appendices. In an attempt to follow the principles of Yogarajas commentary, the authors unfold the metaphysical as well as mystic meanings of the text. In this process, they have taken recourse to both traditional Indian exegesis and the current interpretations among scholars of Kasmir Saivism. This edition will be of interest to Indologists and specialists of Kasmir Saivism, as well as to specialists and students of religious studies, philosophy and anthropology.
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The Paramærthasæra , or the Essence of [the Teachings on] Supreme Reality by Abhinavagupta (Xth-XIth AD) is a compendium of the monistic doctrine of Trika Saivism. This book offers the first commented English translation of both the text and its commentary by Yogaræja (XIIth AD), along with a corrected Sanskrit text, introduction, indices and appendices. In an attempt to follow the principles of Yogaræjas commentary, the authors unfold the metaphysical as well as mystic meanings of the text. In this process, they have taken recourse to both traditional Indian exegesis and the current interpretations among scholars of Kasmir Saivism. This edition may be of interest to Indologists and specialists of Kasmir Saivism, as well as to specialists and students of religious studies, philosophy and anthropology.

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