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  • Samhitas

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    Agastya Sarf)hJta

    Aniruddha Samhita

    Brahma Sarfihita

    HayaSirsa Samhita

    Hirat]yagarbha Sarfihita

    Kdsyapa Samhita

    KSlyapottara Sarfihita

    Lal

  • Appendix- II

    Names of important

    Visoukrffnta

    1 Bhairava

    2 Bhairavi tantra

    3 Bhavacudamani

    4 Bhtitadamara

    6 Brahmayamala

    6 BrhatsrTkrama

    7 C3mundatantra

    8 Devaprakas'a

    9 Devlkalpa

    10 DeviySgama

    11 Gandharvatantra

    12 Gapesavimar^ini

    13 GavSksa

    14 HarfisamahesvATa

    15 jnshamava

    16 KSinantra

    17 Ka)M\Ssa 18 Kamadhenu

    19 Kamakhy"atantra

    20 KriySsara

    21 Kubjika 22 Kulacudamni

    23 Kulamrta

    24 Kulaprakasaka

    25 Kularnava

    26 Kuloddi^a

    27 Kumaritantra

    28 Lalitatantra

    29 Mahakala

    30 Malini

    31 MalinTvijaya

    32 MatsyasUkta

    33 Mayatantra

    34 Mundamala

    35 Navaratne^vara

    36 Nibandha

    37 Nllatantra

    Tantras (VisnukrSnta, Rathakranta and AsvakrSnta) Ratha krSnta ASvakrjfnta

    Acarasara

    Akasabhairava

    BalavilSsa

    Bhtldamara

    BhTltabhairavatantra

    BljacintSmani

    Brahdyotini

    BrahmajfTana

    Brahtgoutanriiya

    Ccayanlla

    CTnac5ra

    Cinmyatantra

    DaksiQamurtitantra

    Devadfmara

    EkajatStantra

    Gffruda

    Hamsamahesvara

    IndrajSlatantra

    JFTahabhairava

    Kaivalya

    KSlSbhairava

    Kalottara

    Kaî kalamalJni

    KarSlabhairava

    Krkalasadi'paka

    Ki;tisara

    Kulasadbhava

    Mahakala

    MahSlaksmJ •

    MahailTlatantra

    Mahahirvanatantra

    Mahisamardini

    MStrukodaya

    MatyasTikta

    Merutantra

    Na^rjuna

    Naradiya

    Bherandatantra

    BhOtalJpi

    Bhutasuddhi

    BhDtesvara

    BhuvaneSvarT

    Bindutantra

    Brahadyogini

    Bfahanm^ilini

    Brahanmoksa

    Brahannirvagatantra

    B[ahatkankalini

    B|;ahatsara

    Brahattodala

    BrahmS'n^a

    B/haccTna

    Clha

    CCrdamagi

    Dharmakatantra

    DhiJmavati

    GSyatfitantra

    Gopalilamrta

    Gopltantra

    Gopyatantra

    Gourltantra

    GuptadiTcsa

    Guptasara

    Guptatantra

    Guruvarcana

    Jayar^dh?macfhava

    Kaiatantra

    kSmakelvara

    KSmaratna

    KSmimtantra

    Kara'Rjatantra

    KriySTsara

    iniavati

    MahEfmalini

    505

  • VisDukranta

    38 Nirttaratantra

    39 Nityatantra

    40 Phetkari

    41 Radhatantra

    42 Rudrayamala

    43 ^aivagama

    44 Samayacara

    45 Sammohana

    46 Sanatkumara

    47 Siddhasara

    48 Siddhisarasvata

    49 SiddhTsvara

    50 Siddhiyamala

    51 SrTkrama

    52 Sukumudini

    53 Svatantra

    54 Tantrahtara

    55 Tantraraja

    56 Uttara

    57 Varahi

    58 Visuddhe'Svara

    59 ViSvasara

    60 Yamala

    61 Yantracitamani

    62 Yogini

    63 YoginiTirdya

    64 Yonitantra

    Ratha kranta

    Navarathe^vara

    PafTcadafeUantra

    Parameivaratantra

    Picchilatantra

    Prapalficasara

    Puralcaranacandrika

    Pura^caranoll^sa

    Rajarajesvari

    Revati

    Sadamaya

    Saktikagamasarvasva

    Saktisartgamatantra

    Sammohana

    §fradeitantra

    Sarasatantra

    SarasvatHantra

    Siddhitantra

    ^odhanatantra

    Svarodayatantra

    Ud^a'mare^vara

    Varr}avilasa

    Varpoddhfti

    VSsudevarahasya

    Yaksadafnara

    Yaksnltantra

    YogasSra

    Yogasvarodaya

    ASvakranta

    Mahamoksa

    Mahanirutthara

    Mahaviratantra

    Mahayogini

    Mahgalatantra

    Matracinta'mani

    Mohana

    Mohini

    Moksatantra

    Samfranatantra

    Sartivaratantra

    Sarals9ra

    Siddhatantra

    §ivarcana

    ^ivatantra

    §ivatantra

    Sulinitantra

    Tantracintamani

    TantrasSra

    TTksnatantra

    UjjSsaka

    Varciasara

    Vidyullata

    ViSudde^vara

    Yantracudamai^i

    Yog§rnava

    Yogatantra

    506

  • Appendix- ill

    Glossary

    1. Abja

    2. Acama

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    4.

    5.

    Acarya

    Adhikaradiksa

    Adhivasana

    6. Agama

    7. Agaru

    8. Agnihotra

    9. ^kSra^odhana

    10. Aksamala

    11. Akfata 12. Amra 13. AriganySfea

    14. Aiigula 15. Artkola 16. Ahku§a 17. Antarhara 18. Antarmarx^ala 19. Antyesthi

    20. Apamarga 21. Apupa 22. Aragvadha 23. ^kuQcjana 24. Arghya

    25. Ari 26. Arjaka 27. Arjuna 28. Arka 29. Aruna 30. Asana

    Cypesus sotundus - Lotus

    Water offered for sipping; one of the Upacaras; offered to a

    guest or to a divinity

    The preceptor, ^aiva priest, qualified to perform Puja on

    behalf of others, or a spiritual teacher; also teacher of

    secular education.

    One type of initiation nneant mainly for ordinary SSdhakas

    The ceremony causing a divinity to dwell in an image; the

    ceremony of touching a vessel containing fragrant objects

    (that have been presented to an idol); preliminary purification

    of an image.

    A class of literature pertaining to Tantra

    A kind of sandalwood -Aquillaria agallocha

    A kind of ritualistic worship where fire was used as the

    symbol of God

    Ceremonial bath related before the Pratistha

    A garland including 108 beads

    Rice with and without husk mixed together

    Mangifera indica - Leaves and fruits of mango tree Assigning Mantras on limbs of the worshipper and the deity in connection with the Puja Digit (absolute linear measure); a unit in iconometry The plant-Alanguin Hexaptetalum A type of weapon (one of the Mudras of Ganapati) Second enclosure of a temple First enclosure of a temple or palace Cremation ceremony conceived as leading to final liberation (Moksa) Achiranthes aspera - a plant Baked with rice flour Cassia fistula - a kind of tree A part of rite investing the Agni (fire) to the fire altar. Reception water, a special ritual, concoction offered as an Upacara and also used to purity other substances. Cakra (divine wheel) KarikaRjaka - Ocimum basilicum The tree Terminalia Arjuna Belonging to Arka, the plant Calotrapis procera A kind of plant Sitting posture, PRha

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  • 31. Asi 32. Asoka

    33. As.tagandha 34. As t̂amarigalam 35. Astabandha

    36. A t̂amCTrti 37. Astrakala^a puja

    38. Astramantra

    39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44.

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    51.

    Alvattha Athaki Atibala Atmaradhana Avagahana Avahana

    Bahyahira

    Bakapushpa

    Bakula

    Bali

    Bhadraka

    Bhasma

    Bhutabali

    52. Bl]a

    53. Bijarikura

    54. Bilva

    55. Bimbaparigraha

    56. Brahamavrksa

    57. Brahmakalata

    58. Brahmavarcas

    59. Brahmi

    60. Brhati

    61. Campaka

    62. Cam

    63. CatuksTra

    Shield The tree Saraca asoca (a tree of moderate size belonging to the leguminous class with magnificent red flowers) 8 types of medicinal powders Eight auspicious things A kind of hard mortar of cement made from the materials like conch and sand used for fixing the idol on the pedestal. An epithet of Lord Siva The worship done for the smooth functioning of the sacred ceremonies in the temple This is an important Mantra for protection from all negative effects in the diety or a Sadhaka The holy fig tree, Ficus religiosa Cajanas cajan - A beans Abutilon indicum Invoking the self Immersion of the idol in water; a purifactory rite Invocation, rite summoning the deity into the idol or other

    support The third part of a temple

    Kokkumandara

    Minusops elengi - a kind of tree, Mimusogs elengi

    An offering or propitiatory oblation with materials like food

    and grains to divinities and spirits

    A Tantric diagram

    Scared ashes specially made for purification of the idol

    The rite of purification of the gross elements in connection

    with the Puja (feeding the followers of the main deity)

    Seed, from which other things emanate; the seed syllables

    containing the essences of Mantras

    Sprouts of ten seeds used for rites performed on special

    occasions like Kalasa, Prati§tha, Utsava, rites

    The wood - apple tree, Aegele marmelos

    The ceremony conducted at the time of receiving the idol

    by the chief priest

    Plas or Udumbara

    The main Kalasa of the middle part of the Padma

    Brahamacaitanya; also means the hallow of