We invite scholars as well as practitioners to explore Dhyāna from various dimensions outlined above.
The Tantra traditions are diverse, most tantric works are non-dualist and aim at achieving experiential Oneness with Divine Consciousness.
Kālī manifested herself for the annihilation of demonic male power in order to restore peace and equilibrium
The Shakta tantras and the two important schools: the Kālīkula and the Śrīkula and very important tantric works dealing with Mantra shastras and ritual handbooks known as nibandhas.
Alamthuruthy Bhagavati one gets to understand the Tantric traditions of Kundalini worship and its associated energy
Tantra is an essential constituent element of Hinduism and pervades almost all aspects of our lives.
This paper is pure evidence to show that, the culture and traditions are still alive beyond time and regional boundaries. Through Kali, the Mother Goddess we can understand the true essence of a culture where nature is seen as our own mother and all the others as her children still exist.
This talk on the relationship between Tantra and Sangita was given by Mridula Ashwin at the recently held Conference On Oneness.
Madhulika Sagaram writes about ancient Indian systems of management of personal traumas and societal violence.
The East has always been a land shrouded in attractive mysticism. Religions, cultures, traditions, cuisines and most importantly, Knowledge of the Self have pulled millions from across the world over…