The Kularnava Tantra is held in high esteem by Kaula tantriks. This tantra does exist in English translation (Prachya Prakashan, ) but this chapter is my. The “Kularnava Tantra” is a major text in the Kula tradition of Shaktism and Tantric Shaivism. The term comes from the Sanskrit, kula, meaning “family” or “ clan”;. Kularnava Tantra – Taranath Vidyaratna, Arthur Avalon कुलार्णव तन्त्र – तारानाथ Kulachudamani Tantra – Girisha Chandra Vedantatirtha. Uploaded .
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Kularnava Tantra (Sanskrit Text with English Translation) by Rai, Ram Kumar
This is called Ajapa Gayatri and is ever the bestower of Nirvana to the yogins. No doctrine, no path can really compare with this Sun of Kaula.
Should you do any- thing in tantraa presence of the Guru what is normally prohibited, it is extremely blame- worthy. Keep up the great work guys!
Therefore, O Parvati, for such as these let there be, in place of the last element of worship, meditation upon the Lotus-Feet of the Devi and the inward recitation of their istamantra. It is not attained by the undeserving nor does it stay with them.
Just as one in heavy darkness sees nothing, so indeed the yogin sees not the world which does not hold his attention. Actions done after attainment of Know- ledge do tantrs touch like water a lotus leaf.
Oh how I wished that other businesses in India would learn to do the same! When they see a Kula-Jnanin in their progeny the ancestors rejoice saying ‘ we shall attain to the supreme state. Even as the charmer is not stung by the snakes he plays with, the Jnanin playing with the serpents of senses is not harmed. Whoever attains to this becomes happy in all, and a true ebglish.
Unless the Dynamic Lord is invoked, worshipped and the dedication is sanctified by the prescribed ritual of Mantras which includes their repetition, invocation of the Deities presiding over them, identification of oneself with them and the merging of oneself in their rhythms – a too elaborate and exhaus- tive preliminary, one should think, for the mere pleasure of a drink! Real knowledge alone liberates. He who controls his senses and unites them with Atma is a fish-eater.
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The worshipper shall seat himself in a happy position which gives stability to the body and face either east or north. Some say it is like this, others like that” v Only he who has knowledge is a man.
One of the main focuses of this Tantra is guru devotion. Do they become yogins thereby? The rest do but kill animals v.
Clearly, he becomes Shiva. All are eligible to respect in the eyes of the true Kaula. Vv give the Gurus. What- ever the knower of this Mantra does, wishes, speaks, that becomes tapas, dhyana, japa. He who recites it gets the fruit of being greater than a king, envlish by all, famed, praised, visionary. But here in the path of the Kaula, both yoga and bhoga, union with the Divine and participation in His tanta, have a happy meet.
Kularnava Tantra (Sanskrit Text with English Translation)
He who knows the Brahman is aware of this world- movement only in the kulaarnava of men kulanava conscious of some itching on their bodies. O Kamini, many are those who study the four engish, but those knowing the Urvhamnaya knowledge are few. How can anyone englissh knows this yet remain content 1″ v Just as after attaining fruit the tree throws away the flower indifferently, the yogin attaining to the Truth, gives up the parapher- nalia of works.
As always, I can count on Exotic India to find treasures not found in stores in my area. Who, then, is the Kaula? Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Indra and so forth; various heavenly beings, the Vasus, the Rudras, the Sun, the dikpalas, Manu, the Moon and so forth; Markandeya and the other munis, Vashishta and other lords of saints, Sanaka and other lords of yoga, liberated beings like Shuka and so forth; yakshas, kinnaras, gandharvas, siddhas, fairy folk and others praise the one who attains this meritorious Shri Paraprasada mantra, from which comes all results.
Each chapter is called an ullasa or bliss, this referring to the nectar of the Kaulas. Just as the myriad of particles of dust on the earth, so many are the mantras giving enjoyment and liberation from any one or other of the tantrw amnayas.
What is the responsibility of a Guru to a disciple? Each Deity is to be carefully installed in its own Yantra and worshipped with all its parapher- nalia.
One whose being is overcome by intoxica- tion is aware of nothing; for him there is no meditation, no tapas, no worship, no dharma, no activity of merit, no good, no Guru, no thought of his self; he cannot be a votary of this path; addicted only to sense-enjoyment he, verily, falls.
Bow to the Englishh of the Kula, to the eldest and the youngest of the Guru, to one who is almost like a Guru, as to your own Guru. Advaita doctrine in its form Aham Brahmasmi is accep- ted v.
They have the con- viction that the Kula Dharma born of Shiva is superior to all dharmas; such are best among the Kaulas.