[Advaita-l] Books by SK Ramachandra Rao
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Fri Jan 11 07:11:17 CST 2008
>In a matter such as physics, there can be talk of breadth and depth.
>Not so in a matter such as SrividyA. After all there is the single
>mantra, where is the scope of breadth?
What is usually referred to by texts when they talk of shrIvidya, is a set of mantras
and the tAntric procedures and traditions associated with perfecting the same.
> The depth can be understood
>only from practice and from talking to shrotriyas who have practiced
Ramakrishnan Balasubramanian <rama.balasubramanian at gmail.com> wrote:
On Jan 7, 2008 11:14 PM, Ramesh Krishnamurthy wrote:
> My idea behind reading these books was to get some understanding of
> the breadth and history of Srividya and certainly not to use it as a
> guide for practice. I certainly won't practise it without proper
In a matter such as physics, there can be talk of breadth and depth.
Not so in a matter such as SrividyA. After all there is the single
mantra, where is the scope of breadth? The depth can be understood
only from practice and from talking to shrotriyas who have practiced
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