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Manthanabhairavatantram Kumarikakhandah: The Section concerning the Virgin Goddess of the Tantra of the Churning Bhairava; 14 Volumes / Dyczkowski, Mark S.G. (Ed.)
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Manthanabhairavatantram Kumarikakhandah: The Section concerning the Virgin Goddess of the Tantra of the Churning Bhairava; 14 Volumes
Dyczkowski, Mark S.G. (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 34160
  ISBN-10 : 81-246-0498-3 / 8124604983
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-246-0498-4 / 9788124604984
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2009
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xxxv+736p., xiii+590p., ix+406p., liv+167p., viii+401p., ix, 207p., ix+445p., x+269p., xiii+389p., xii+413p., xi+433p., xiii+371p., x+345p., 370p., Abb., Diag., Figs., Tables, App., Bib., Index, 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

CONTENTS - Volume One of the Introduction
Chapter One: The Myth of the Goddess
Chapter Two: The Empowering Command
Chapter Three: Sacred Place and Inner Space

CONTENTS - Volume Two of the Introduction
Chapter Four: The Goddess Kubjikaa Names, Forms and Multiple Identities
Chapter Five: The Early Development of Kaulism and the Emergence of the Kubjika Tantras
Chapter Six: The Teachers and Lineages of the Kubjika Tantras

CONTENTS - Volume Three of the Introduction
Chapter Seven: The Manthanabhairavatantra, origin structure and development
 
CONTENTS - Volume One of Text and Translation
CHAPTER ONE: Srinatha's Inquiry
CHAPTER TWO: The Response to the Inquiry
CHAPTER THREE: Daksa's Curse and Grace
CHAPTER FOUR: Concerning the Malinistavaraja
CHAPTER FIVE: Srinatha's Consecration with the Command (ajtabhiseka)
CHAPTER SIX: The Pervasion of Srinatha's Sacred Seat of the Command (ajtapitha)
CHAPTER SEVEN: The Authority of the Goddess in the Venerable City of the Moon

CONTENTS - Volume Two of Text and Translation
CHAPTER EIGHT: The Extraction of the Vidya according to the Teaching Concerning the Meruprastara
CHAPTER NINE: The Consciousness of the Vidya according to its Divisions as Full and the Rest.
CHAPTER TEN: A Description of the Glory of the Vidya
CHAPTER ELEVEN: The Way to Offer Libation (argha) and Repeat the Vidya
CHAPTER TWELVE: The Glory of the Vidya
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Concerning the Destruction of Impurity
CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Concerning (Kaula) Conduct (carya)
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: About the Section (of the Scripture) Concerning (Kaula) Conduct (caryapada)
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: The Section Concerning the Vidya

CONTENTS - Volume Three of Text and Translation
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: The Venerable Sutra of the Lineage (srisantanasutra)
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: The Deposition of Malini
CHAPTER NINETEEN: The Assembly of Sounds (sabdarasi)
CHAPTER TWENTY: Concerning the Triple Vidya
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE: The Five Principles
CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO: Concerning Sodha
CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE: Concerning Tadgraha and the Samaya Vidya
CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR: The Casket of the Sixfold Deposition
CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE: The Fifty (Verses) concerning Kula
CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX: The Root Sutra and the Hymn to Maya
CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN: The Mandala of the Transmission (kramamandala) and the Mandala of the Teachers (gurumandala)
CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT: The Authority of the Triple Transmission
CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE: The Sutra of the Teaching concerning the Visualization of the Goddess's Form
CHAPTER THIRTY: The Prescribed way of Writing and Explaining the Scripture

CONTENTS - Volume Four of Text and Translation
CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE: The Initiation by Piercing (vedhadiksa)
CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO: The Characteristic Signs of Teachers and Disciples
CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE: Concerning the Initiation with Seed
CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR: The Teaching Concerning the Offering to the Fire
CHAPTER THIRTY-FIVE: The Emanation of the Triple Division and its Authority
CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX: The Competence for Knowledge and Wisdom
CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN: The Practice of the Rule (samayacara)
CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT: The Root Sutra which is the Womb (yoni) of the Ocean of the Kula Tradition
CHAPTER THIRTY-NINE: Concerning the Pure Division (vimalabheda)
CHAPTER FORTY: Concerning the Venerable Knowledge
CHAPTER FORTY-ONE: The Fitness to Practice Yoga
CHAPTER FORTY-TWO: The Sutra of the Sequence of Emanation
CHAPTER FORTY-THREE: The Sutra of the Descent (of the Teachers) in the Four Ages
CHAPTER FORTY-FOUR: The Emanation of the Srikrama
CHAPTER FORTY-FIVE: The Casket of the Transmissions
CHAPTER FORTY-SIX: The Glory of Emission (viksepadhikaramahatmya)
CHAPTER FORTY-SEVEN: The Description of the Practice of the Rule

CONTENTS - Volume Five of Text and Translation
CHAPTER FORTY-EIGHT: The Kramasutra
CHAPTER FORTY-NINE: The Sutra of the Visualization of the (Goddess's) Form for the Inner Sacrifice
CHAPTER FIFTY: The Sutra of the Srikrama
CHAPTER FIFTY-ONE: The Sutra of the Meruprastara consisting of the Fifty Sacred Seats
CHAPTER FIFTY-TWO: The Sutra of the First Lord (Adinathasutra)
CHAPTER FIFTY-THREE: The Sutra of the Lineage (Santanasutra)
CHAPTER FIFTY-FOUR: The Sutra of the Five Pranavas (Patcapranavasutra)
CHAPTER FIFTY-FIVE: The Sutra of the Prescribed Procedure for the mandala to be Worshipped (aradhyamandalavidhanasutra)
CHAPTER FIFTY-SIX: The Sutra of the Sixteen Siddhas
CHAPTER FIFTY-SEVEN: The Plane of the Divine Current which is the Transmission beginning with the Transmental
CHAPTER FIFTY-EIGHT: The Explanation of the Root Sutra
CHAPTER FIFTY-NINE: The Plane of the Four Sacred Seats in the Ocean of the Foundation of the Mandala (khatikarnava)
CHAPTER SIXTY: The Transformations of the Plane of the Sacred Seats
CHAPTER SIXTY-ONE: The Planes of the Siddhas and the Goddesses
CHAPTER SIXTY-TWO: The Planes (of Realisation) of the Five Jewels
CHAPTER SIXTY-THREE: the Plane of the Hexad of the Command
CHAPTER SIXTY-FOUR: The Plane of the Pentad and the Triad
CHAPTER SIXTY-FIVE: The Category of the Self
CHAPTER SIXTY-SIX: The Octad of Kula according to the Tradition of the (goddess) Vakra
CHAPTER SIXTY-SEVEN: The Sutra Concerning the Sequence of Principles
CHAPTER SIXTY-EIGHT: The Sutra of the Compendium concerning Liberation
CHAPTER SIXTY-NINE: Conclusion

CONTENTS - Volume Six
Concordance of Passages in the Kumarikakhanda traced in other sources
Tantric Sources Mentioned in the Kubjika Corpus
Table of Tantras Mentioned in the Kubjika Corpus
Bibliography
Index of Sanskrit Texts
Index of Sanskrit Names and Terms
English Index

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Manthanabhairavatantra is about 24,000 verses long and is divided into three sections (khanda). The one edited and translated here is the Kumarikakhanda. Along with the Kubjikamata, the Manthanabhairavatantra is the most important and extensive Tantra dedicated to the worship of the goddess Kubjika. Although originally an Indian goddess, Kubjika is almost exclusively worshipped in the Kathmandu Valley, where her cult has been kept scrupulously secret by Newar initiates for centuries. Almost all the manuscripts of her Tantras and related literature have been found there.

Kubjika is a powerful development of Malini, the principal goddess of the Trika Tantras and Kali of the Kashmiri Krama tradition. Her cult belongs to a chain of early Kaula systems that culminate with that of the goddess Tripura and so sheds considerable light on them. Kubjika’s unique historical importance is mirrored in the extraordinary richness of the inner, spiritual dimensions of her cult. These are explored in detail in the introduction to the edition and translation of the text with extensive references from mostly unpublished Kubjika Tantras and those of related schools.

The work took close to two decades to produce. In this time numerous working editions of unpublished Tantras and related texts were prepared by the author with the help of a team of five trained assistants.
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