A history of Indian literature, Volume 2, Part 2. Epics and by Teun Goudriaan; Sanjukta Gupta

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AR, RLI, p. VARTI, Tantras, p. 20. 104 H. P. , I, p. LXXVII. R. VAN KooY, Die sogenannte Guptahandschrift des Kubjikamatatantra, in: ZDMG, Suppl. ill,2 (Vortrage XIX. Deutscher Orientalistentag), Wiesbaden 1977, p. 881-890. AR, RLI, p. 199; CHAKRAVARTI, Tantras, p. 23. 1o1 BAGCHI, Introd. to the KJN, p. 3f. 1os Early tables in G. , Portfolio V, Oriental Series, ed. by W. WRIGHT, Part II, London 1877. 109 The inscription has been edited by L. FrnoT, in: BEFEO, 15, 1915, p. 53-106; and by G. COEDES and P.

Esvara Agamas. There is no reference to Mss. in KAvmAJ, TSah. 27 Nepal 0:"~·· I, p. LXXIV f. and 85f. The Ms. is very old, but incomplete; it may be proVlSwnally put into the same period as that of the NTS or a little earlier :perhaps the ninth cent. -The J:iianapada has been edited from Devakottai m 192~ ace. to GNOLI, Luce, p. ana occurs as No. 54 in the NSA list, as ~o. RA's list includes SarvaJnanottara as No. 53. The Early Tradition 39 claimed. rta from the Ocean ofMilk29 . ala, fire sacrifice, ritual ablution etc.

Other Yamalas may serve the same ends. uyamala. Sirobhairava and many others). }pikii) in Tantric texts are liable to growth in size by the inclusion of different subdivisions of the tradition. This feature is found especially in manuscripts of the older Original Tantras. Thus, the text known as Brahmayamala declares its adherence to a Srotas (Bhairava), a Tantra (Mahabhairava), a Pitha (Vidya), a Yamala (Brahma) and a Mata (Picu), the latter characterized by a certain number of slokas. hita, Manthanabhairavatantra, Uttaratantra of the Rudrayamala, etc.

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