Reconstructing the Tantric Body: Elements of the Symbolism of Body in the Monistic Kaula and Trika Tantric Traditions

@article{Timalsina2012ReconstructingTT,
  title={Reconstructing the Tantric Body: Elements of the Symbolism of Body in the Monistic Kaula and Trika Tantric Traditions},
  author={Sthaneshwar Timalsina},
  journal={International Journal of Hindu Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={57-91}
}
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