Five heads and no tale: Hanumān and the popularization of Tantra

@article{Lutgendorf2001FiveHA,
  title={Five heads and no tale: Hanumān and the popularization of Tantra},
  author={Philip Lutgendorf},
  journal={International Journal of Hindu Studies},
  year={2001},
  volume={5},
  pages={269-296}
}
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