Archive "Gandharva Nagaram"
This site is maintained by Università degli Studi di Roma,"La Sapienza", Dipartimento di Studi Orientali. The site contains texts mainly related to Kasmir Saivism
Narayanistuti (Devimahatmya XI. 3-35 )
Devistotra (Devi-Bhagavata -Purana IV. 15, 11-19)
Devistotra (Kulacudamani-Tantra VII.22-35)
See under ftp://ftp.ucl.ac.uk/pub/users/ucgadkw/indology/texts/. This text, attributed to Sankara, is included in the Virtual e-Text Archive of Indic Texts.
Tantrik Home Page
This site contains numerous texts and text passages, including:
108 Names of Batuka
108 Names of Chinnamasta
and partial or complete translations of:
Rudrayamala and many other texts related to the goddesses Kali, Sri, etc. and texts ascribed to Matsyendranatha.
A glossary of Tantric terms from the Hindu Tantrik Homepage. Very slow loading.
A Hindu Tantric Dictionary
International Journal of Tantric Studies
Kasmiri Overseas Association -
This site contains different articles on Kasmir Saivism and articles/conversations by Gopi Krishna on kundalini.
Bühnemann, Gudrun: Buddhist Deities and Mantras in the Hindu Tantras: I The Tantrasarasamgraha and the Isanasivagurudevapaddhati. Indo-Iranian Journal 42. 1999. 303-334.
Bühnemann, Gudrun: Buddhist Deities and Mantras in the Hindu Tantras: II The Srividyarnavatantra and the Tantrasara. Indo-Iranian Journal 43. 2000. 27-43.
Bühnemann, Gudrun: Selecting and Perfecting mantras in Hindu Tantrism. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 54. 1991. 292-306.
Bühnemann, Gudrun: The Goddess Mahacinakrama-Tara (Ugra-Tara) in Buddhist
and Hindu Tantrism. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and
African Studies 59. 1996. 472-493.
Select Tantric Bibliography
Tantra Internet Links
Hindu Sakta Home Page
Mandala: Buddhist Tantric Diagrams
Visions, Early Paintings from Central Tibet
Curators Steven M. Kossak & Jane Casey Singer of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York from October 6, 1998 to January 17, 1999 and at the Rietberg Museum, Zurich, Switzerland from February 14 to May 16, 1999.
Early Tibetan Mandalas:
The Rossi Collection
Early Tibetan Mandalas: The Rossi Collection has been exhibited in Paris, France, Maastricht, Holland, and most recently in Peaceful Wind Gallery, Santa Fe, NM from Sept. 16 - October 29, 1994. The collection featured 14 fine Tibetan paintings of mandalas dating from the 13th to the 16th centuries, from Rossi & Rossi, London.
Yantras and Diagrams
In Tibetan Buddhism, a mandala is an imaginary palace that is contemplated during meditation. At this site you will find images of two and three dimensional representations.
Exploring the Mandala
Creation of a Sand Mandala
Photo Gallery of Tibetan Sand Painting