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Prabuddha Bharata is in spreading the spiritual nectar of the Ramakrishna movement, the invigorating ideas of Vedanta, and the insights of India values and culture. Prabuddha Bharata also brings you inspirational reading material on a wide variety of topics of global interest.

You value this journal and the cause it represents, and would surely like to share it with others.

About the To Our Readers

Desire Creates Distress. But many consider it to be bleak and distressing to have no desires. This convoluted world view leads to complications that keep one confounded in the world. How to transcend desire or at least its clutches has been the conundrum haunting humanity for ages. Some have found solace in altogether demonizing desire and by labeling all things desired as profane. This has led to a dichotomy of divinity and a pursuit solace in negation. Thousands of years ago, the problem of desire was tackled in a novel approach, the approach of creating a ‘dialectics of desire’. Nothing was demonise but everything was divinised. There was no God and Demon but only God and god alone. This retelling of the paradigm of the desired developed into a holistic spiritual path called the tantra. Much like its etymological origins, tantra created the warp and woof of one’s including within its fold, both the mundane and the divine.

When we are being chased by ephemeral dreams of desire in this burgeoning age of consumerism, we need tools and rereading of the old ones, to counteract the flood of unbridled temptations to the senses. Instead of being victims to the fancies of the foes that are the senses, it would only be wise to act maturely and bring sense to the senses by channelizing them and their aims to the achieving of the divine at every moment of our lives. We being the year of 2016, the 12ist years of Prabuddha bharata with Reflections on Tantra by erudite monks and scholars from different regions and faith traditions across the world.

With this issue we increase the emphasis on ancient scriptures translating them into English in an accessible idiom. We also start a new column, Traditional Tales, retellings of ancient Sanskrit stories. Every month, you will be treated to newer vistas of ancient wisdom through the pages of this journal.

We thank our subscribers and readers for having supported us for these 120 years. We invite them to send letters or emails, giving their feedback, and also expressing their views on issues that find place in the pages of this journal. We thank the staff of the journal for ensuring a smooth ride. We are graeful to all the authors, reviewers, photographers artists, publishers who have sent their books for review, reviewers proofreaders, copyeditors, advertisers, patrons, donors, web pages designers, and well-wishers. Their support and encouragement has ensured that gems of wisdom and insights of depth have reached the minds of countless, month year after year.

Contents

Traditional WisdomI
Editorial: The Phalaharini Kali9
What Is Tantra?23
The Ramakrishna Movement and Tantra?36
Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda Revisited in the Light of Tanta46
Why Mother Kali?56
The Method and Significance of Tantra67
Shakti, the Supreme: Mother Goddess in Hinduism79
On Tantra84
Light on Abhinavagupta's Contribution to the Advaita Shaiva Spiritual Philosophy of Kashmir88
Tantric Mysticism and Some Issues of Religious Authority96
Reflections on Tantra109
Sri Aurobindo's approach to Tantra115
Sri Ramakrishna Tantra Darshana and the Dialectics of Desire126
Tantra: A Much-Misunderstood Path to Liberation157
Tantra: Embodied Enlightenment168
Vaishnava Tantra As Outlined in the Bhagavata178
Abhinavagupta's Tantric theology of Becoming and contemporary Secularism191
Givenness versus Cultivation on the Religious Path: Philosophical and Historical Reflections on Linji Yixuan and Abhinavagupta205
The Secret and the Revealed-Mantra and Meaning within Bhaskaraya's Guptavati215
The Psychology of Tantra227
Of Experiential Tantra: Being With a Tantric238
Creation As Explained In The Tantra244
Is Shakti Force?264
Reality in Maya-Vada and Shakti-Vada267
Review in Retrospect: On The Conning Tower272
Review Article: Sri Sarada Devi and Her Divine Play276
Review285
Manana290
Reports292

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Reflections on Tantra: An Exhaustive Collection of Articles on Tantra

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About the Book

Prabuddha Bharata is in spreading the spiritual nectar of the Ramakrishna movement, the invigorating ideas of Vedanta, and the insights of India values and culture. Prabuddha Bharata also brings you inspirational reading material on a wide variety of topics of global interest.

You value this journal and the cause it represents, and would surely like to share it with others.

About the To Our Readers

Desire Creates Distress. But many consider it to be bleak and distressing to have no desires. This convoluted world view leads to complications that keep one confounded in the world. How to transcend desire or at least its clutches has been the conundrum haunting humanity for ages. Some have found solace in altogether demonizing desire and by labeling all things desired as profane. This has led to a dichotomy of divinity and a pursuit solace in negation. Thousands of years ago, the problem of desire was tackled in a novel approach, the approach of creating a ‘dialectics of desire’. Nothing was demonise but everything was divinised. There was no God and Demon but only God and god alone. This retelling of the paradigm of the desired developed into a holistic spiritual path called the tantra. Much like its etymological origins, tantra created the warp and woof of one’s including within its fold, both the mundane and the divine.

When we are being chased by ephemeral dreams of desire in this burgeoning age of consumerism, we need tools and rereading of the old ones, to counteract the flood of unbridled temptations to the senses. Instead of being victims to the fancies of the foes that are the senses, it would only be wise to act maturely and bring sense to the senses by channelizing them and their aims to the achieving of the divine at every moment of our lives. We being the year of 2016, the 12ist years of Prabuddha bharata with Reflections on Tantra by erudite monks and scholars from different regions and faith traditions across the world.

With this issue we increase the emphasis on ancient scriptures translating them into English in an accessible idiom. We also start a new column, Traditional Tales, retellings of ancient Sanskrit stories. Every month, you will be treated to newer vistas of ancient wisdom through the pages of this journal.

We thank our subscribers and readers for having supported us for these 120 years. We invite them to send letters or emails, giving their feedback, and also expressing their views on issues that find place in the pages of this journal. We thank the staff of the journal for ensuring a smooth ride. We are graeful to all the authors, reviewers, photographers artists, publishers who have sent their books for review, reviewers proofreaders, copyeditors, advertisers, patrons, donors, web pages designers, and well-wishers. Their support and encouragement has ensured that gems of wisdom and insights of depth have reached the minds of countless, month year after year.

Contents

Traditional WisdomI
Editorial: The Phalaharini Kali9
What Is Tantra?23
The Ramakrishna Movement and Tantra?36
Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda Revisited in the Light of Tanta46
Why Mother Kali?56
The Method and Significance of Tantra67
Shakti, the Supreme: Mother Goddess in Hinduism79
On Tantra84
Light on Abhinavagupta's Contribution to the Advaita Shaiva Spiritual Philosophy of Kashmir88
Tantric Mysticism and Some Issues of Religious Authority96
Reflections on Tantra109
Sri Aurobindo's approach to Tantra115
Sri Ramakrishna Tantra Darshana and the Dialectics of Desire126
Tantra: A Much-Misunderstood Path to Liberation157
Tantra: Embodied Enlightenment168
Vaishnava Tantra As Outlined in the Bhagavata178
Abhinavagupta's Tantric theology of Becoming and contemporary Secularism191
Givenness versus Cultivation on the Religious Path: Philosophical and Historical Reflections on Linji Yixuan and Abhinavagupta205
The Secret and the Revealed-Mantra and Meaning within Bhaskaraya's Guptavati215
The Psychology of Tantra227
Of Experiential Tantra: Being With a Tantric238
Creation As Explained In The Tantra244
Is Shakti Force?264
Reality in Maya-Vada and Shakti-Vada267
Review in Retrospect: On The Conning Tower272
Review Article: Sri Sarada Devi and Her Divine Play276
Review285
Manana290
Reports292

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