|Other titles||Proceedings of the Seminar on Saivism.|
|Statement||editor, K. Thimma Reddy.|
|Contributions||Thimma Reddy, K., Telugu University (Hyderabad, India)|
|LC Classifications||BL1280.5 .S46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 419 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||94906355|
Basic Concepts of Saivism Shaivism or Saivism is the name given to a group of religious traditions which regard Lord Siva, also spelled as Shiva, as the highest Supreme Self or Brahman and worship Him accordingly. This beautiful production of this book is due to him and his associates. Introduction What is Saivism Saivism is a school of Indian Philosophy which believes that there is some ultimate principle para tattva: at the basis of the universe, which, within itself, creates, sustains and withdraws within itself (annihilates) the universe. The twenty-eight Saiva Agamas, the hymns of the Saiva saints form the chief sources of Southern Saivism. In the books which treat of Saivism, there is a reference to four schools, viz., Nakulisa-pasupata, the Saiva, the Pratyabhijna and Rasesvara. Lord Siva is the supreme Reality. Books on Hinduism Shaivism This section provides information on some of the books related to specific topics in Hinduism/ Shaivism. It should be noted that there has not been major review processes undertaken on these books and hence these books may or may not be in alignment with the information available at .
Śaivism, also written Shaivism and Saivism, is the branch of Hinduism that worships Siva as the Supreme God. Followers of Śaivism are called Śaivas or Śaivites. Originating in India, Śaivism has wide appeal across the country and is particularly strong among the Tamils of Southern India and Sri Lanka. Saivism Resources on the Web The following are links to a few useful resources on the principles, practice of Saivism and different schools of Saivism. If there are any broken links we request you to please let us know from the contact page of Shaivism Beliefs and Practices Lord Shiva is the most important, popular, ancient and revered God of Hinduism,. Since ancient times, people in the Indian subcontinetn have been worshipping him, and if we have to go by some historical finding., it appears that he was worshipped in other parts of the world under different names. saivism, Brampton, ON. 1, likes 3 talking about this. Saivism is an ancient Indian religion in the broad sense of the term. It has millions of followers in all strata of the society all over Followers: K.
Shaivism, organized worship of the Indian god Shiva and, with Vaishnavism and Shaktism, one of the three principal forms of modern Hinduism. Shaivism includes such diverse movements as the highly philosophical Shaiva-siddhanta, the socially distinctive Lingayat, ascetics such as the dashnami sannyasin s, and innumerable folk variants. Kashmir Shaivism. Shaivism of Kashmir has developed between the eight and the twelfth centuries of the Christian era. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of 99 results for Books: "kashmir shaivism" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Free Shipping by Amazon. • This is a definitive scholarly work on the philosophy and practice of Kashmir Shaivism by the self-realized master Swami book, Kashmir Shaivism: the Secret Supreme, by the twentieth century's great philosopher saint Swami Lakshmanjoo, presents a systematic unfolding of the Tantric teachings of the ancient tradition known as Kashmir by: 6.