Mahanirban Tantram | Srimad Hariharananda Bharati


  • Type: Book
  • Genre: Spiritual Books
  • Author: Srimad Hariharananda Bharati
  • Publisher: Nababharat Publishers
  • ISBN: N/A
  • Book Edition: Hardcover
  • Language: Bengali

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About Mahanirban Tantram

Mahanirvana Tantra, also known as the Great Liberation Tantra, is a Tantric text that is revered in both the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. The text is primarily focused on the worship of the goddess Kali and includes instructions for various rituals, mantras, and visualizations associated with her worship.

The Mahanirvana Tantra is structured as a dialogue between the god Shiva and his consort Parvati, in which Shiva reveals the teachings and practices of Tantra to Parvati. The text covers a wide range of topics, including the nature of reality, the practice of Yoga, the use of mantras and Yantras in ritual practice, and the role of the guru in the Tantric tradition.

One of the main themes of the Mahanirvana Tantra is the importance of the worship of the divine feminine, which is seen as the source of all creation and the ultimate form of consciousness. The text includes many hymns and prayers to the goddess Kali, as well as detailed instructions for her worship.

The Mahanirvana Tantra has been influential in the development of Tantric practices in India and has been studied and practiced by Tantric practitioners for centuries. It is still widely respected and studied in modern times, particularly by those who are interested in the Shakta Tantric tradition.