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G. T. Deshpande
by South Asia Books
Written in English
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Abhinavagupta a distinguished philosopher, aesthete and saint was one of the most outstanding Acharyas of the Monistic Shaivism. His exact date of birth is not known but we learn from references. The Tantraloka of Abhinava Gupta, with commentary by Rajanaka Jayaratha. by Abhinavagupta, Rajanaka; Jayaratha, Rajanaka, son of Sringararatha; Shastri. Book: Tantraloka (All Volumes) with a s: 01 – 12 (Complete Set)Author: Shri Abhinava tator: Shri Rajanaka.
The Tantrasara of Abhinava Gupta. Edited with Notes by Mahamahopadhyaya Pandit Mukund RAM Shastri (Paperback or Softback) by Abhinavagupta, Rajanaka and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Abhinavagupta was born in a devout Brahmin Śaiva family in or near the town of Pravarapura, now known as Srinagar. His father Narasiṃha was brought from Kannauj (located in today’s Uttar Pradesh) to Kashmir to work for King Lalitaditya (c). Abhinavagupta’s mother Vimaia had died while he was just a boy.
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Tantraloka. Of all the philosophical system emanating from the east Kashmir Shaivism stands alone in its subtle elucidation of the theory and practice of spirituality. Aptly labeled ‘the mystical geography of awareness’, the agamas (1) of Shaivism describe in microscopic detail the development of human consciousness from the grosses state of ignorance to the subtlest state of universal God.
Thus the investment into the book is money ill spent. What is more sad that there does not seem to exist Abhinavagupta book reliable tranlation of the Tantraloka. For a comparison, the Tantrasara of Abhinavagupta is translated in an excellent manner by H.N. Chakravarty (Ed. Marjanovic)/5(3). 'Pratyabhijna darsana' (Kashmir Saivism) has attained a respectable status among the medieval philosophical systems,mainly due to Abhinavagupta, the encyclopaedic scholar and prolific writer.
His Tantrasara is a voluminous treatise on Tantra Abhinavagupta book is an authoritative work on the monistic Saivism of the Pratyabhijna school of Kashmir. Indian Tantric practice has an unbroken tradition dating back thousands of years. One of its greatest exponents was Abhinavagupta, the 10th century spiritual teacher, scholar, poet and mystic whose masterwork, Tantraloka, is encyclopedic in length (thirty-three volumes) and as yet unavailable in English.4/5(8).
Abhinavagupta displays here his great exegetical genius and presents a penetrating metaphysics of language, of the Word (vak) and its various stages in relation to consciousness. His language reflects in a luminous fashion the mystical experience contained in this text.
ABHINAVAGUPTA lived in Kashmir about the end of the tenth and beginning of eleventh centuries ( CE).* A versatile genius he injected new meaning into Shaiva Philosophy. As an original thinker he shattered to pieces the established belief which laid heavy emphasis on caste and gender restrictions in relation to spiritual practice.
Book: Tantraloka (All Volumes) with a s: 01 - 12 (Complete Set)Author: Shri Abhinava tator: Shri Rajanaka with. About the Book: Abhinavagupta (A.D. ), authority on Indian theatre, literary criticism and aesthetics, belonged to the Pratyabhijna School of Kashmir Shaivism.
In the interpretation of Rasasutra, Abhinavagupta followed the theory of Dhvani or suggestion as propounded by Anandavardhana but also accepted the concept of Sadharanikarana or universalization from Bhattanayaka. Abhinavagupta has 13 books on Goodreads with ratings. Abhinavagupta’s most popular book is Abhinavagupta's Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita: Gitartha.
Abhinavagupta is the author of Abhinavagupta's Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita ( avg rating, 28 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Tantrasara of Ab /5.
Abhinavagupta was a prolific writer on philosophy and aesthetics. Among his most notable philosophic works are the Ishvara-pratyabhijna-vimarshini and the more detailed Ishvara-pratyabhijna-vivritri-vimarshini, both commentaries on Ishvara-pratyabhijna (“Recognition of God”), by Utpala, an earlier philosopher of the pratyabhijna school.
Abhinavagupta (c. – AD) was a philosopher, mystic and aesthetician from Kashmir. He was also considered an influential musician, poet, dramatist, exegete, theologian, and logician – a polymathic personality who exercised strong influences on Indian culture.
Get this from a library. Abhinavagupta. [Ganesh Tryambak Deshpande] -- Criticism and interpretation of the works of Rājānaka Abhinavagupta, an authority on Indian theatre, literary criticism, and aesthetics.
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The few available translations of Nāṭya Śāstra do not provide translations of the Abhinavabhāratī. Abhinavagupta was the author of many important works.
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He was also considered an important musician, poet, dramatist, exegete, theologian, and Followers: K. Abhinava Abhinavagupta Abhinavagupta's gloss activity acts agnistoma Ananda Arjuna atman attainment Bal Gangadhar Tilak Bhagavad body bondage Brahman buddhi chapter commentary daiva death desire devotion dharma divine dtman exegetical explained expression following summary verse Franklin Edgerton Franklin Edgerton translates fruit of action.
Introduction. The polymathic Abhinavagupta (c. – CE) was a pivotal figure in the histories of Hindu scholastic philosophy, tantra, and aesthetic long commentaries, he elaborated and augmented the writings on the Pratyabhijñā philosophical theology for the Trika tradition of monistic Kashmiri Shaivism created by Utpaladeva (c.
– CE). the tantrasara of abhinavagupta Download the tantrasara of abhinavagupta or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the tantrasara of abhinavagupta book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in. This book clarifies the relationship between God and the creation for Gaudapada, Bhartrhari, and Shankara, and by doing so, demonstrates a major continuity of thought from Gaudapada through Bhartrhari to Abhinavagupta and Kashmir Shaivism.
This book deals with one of the most interesting periods in the development of Indian religious and Price: $. Abhinavagupta was intent, therefore, to revive the true understanding of these very important teachings, to make the practices that they embodied live again.
For what is the use of a map if you have no way to reach the destination? Thus, Abhinavagupta gave us the Tantraloka to remedy this situation. This book, Kashmir Shaivism: the Secret Author: Swami Lakshmanjoo.This book, “Light on Tantra in Kashmir Shaivism; Abhinavagupta’s Tantraloka” as revealed by Swami Lakshmanjoo, is Chapter one of the renowned 10th century philosopher saint Abhinavagupta’s voluminous masterwork – Tantraloka.
This profound text is concerned with the philosophy and practice known as Kashmir Shaivism.Abhinavagupta and the Tantraloka by Adrienne E. Robertson The Tantraloka (The Light of the Tantras) is a text from the tradition of non-dual Kashmir Saivism.
Composed by Abhinavagupta (c CE), the Tantraloka is valued as a core teaching and exemplification of Trika Size: KB.