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The yantras of deities and their numerological foundations: an iconographic consideration
by Bunce, Fredrick William (b.1935)


ISBN: 9788124601747

D.K. Printworld, New Delhi

Pub. Year: 2017

Pages, ills, maps etc.,
Reprint of 2001: xvi,294p., (106)pls., several ill., bibl., ind., 29cm.

RS. 1500.00 Hardcover

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Other books written / edited by: Bunce Fredrick William
Hinduism is known for the bewildering profusion of its deities, which are represented not only in two- or three-dimensional anthropomorphic images, but also in abstract configurations, known as yantras. In yantras is, thus, seen almost a parallel with the surfeit of deities in Hindu tradition. Literally meaning an `instrument', `apparatus' or a `talisman', yantra is a kind of mystical diagram used in tantra for both meditation and invoking a divinity, and is believed to possess/arouse occultpowers.
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Fine Arts: Sculpture and Iconography
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