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Ruru Bhairava

Ruru Bhairava is one of the eight most prominent Bhairava among the Asta-Bhairava. The Ruru Bhairava is the Bhairava who is believed to be the epitome of lord Rudra and his consort is believed to be Maheshwari Matrika. His divine vehicle is a white ox while the divine vehicle of his consort Maheshwari Matrika is… read more »

Tri-shareera

As per “Siddha Dharma”, Tri means three and Shareera means body. Siddha sees the human body as not just a body made of flesh, bones, etc. but they have also realized that the human body is not just one body, but three bodies within a single body. These bodies were called Tri Kāyā earlier and… read more »

Kali Mahavidhya

Origin of Kali It is not clear about the first origin of Kālī. When there was no time or place, when there was nothing, not even the idea of nothing, then there was Kālī. So it is unfathomable to describe her fully or know about her origin.As per Siddha Dharma, there are three main esoteric… read more »

Kubera Tantra Sāra

As per “Siddha Dharma”, Kubera is the Yaksha God. He is the king of the mystical land “Alkapuri” and is believed to be a Yaksha king, ruling over the northern direction. He is also believed to be the half-brother of Lanka King Ravana. Kubera is also known by the name of Visravana in many other… read more »

Kaṅkāla Mālinī Kalpa

Etymology Kaṅkāla means skeleton. Mālinī means garlanded. Kalpa here implies systematised knowledge. Kaṅkāla Mālinī Kalpa is system of knowledge esoterically represented by hundred and eight Kaṅkāla while Muṇḍa mālinī is a system of knowledge esoterically represented with fifty one skulls. Āgama Nigama Origin Of Kaṅkāla Mālinī  When Shiva was teaching tantra to Shakti, then Shakti… read more »

Kumari ‘The Living Goddess’

Kumari, or originally Kumarika, is the fundamental tradition of Shakta Tantra tradition where a young girl transforms into a vessel of the divine Goddess in the gross material reality. Kumari tradition is a tradition of Pratika Upāsanā or symbolic worship of Devi, the divine feminine, the Shakti or conscious energies of the universe. In this… read more »

Paap Mochini Yogmaya

Yogmaya is the primordial shakti of this universe. At the beginning of the time, when there was only nothingness everywhere, She existed as an inseparable part of Brahma. She and Brahma are inseparable because they are the same. Brahma or Shiva is passive while Yogmaya or Shakti is that entity that is active and which… read more »

Brahma Rakshas

Brahma Raksha is one of the most powerful rakshasas in this universe.Far more powerful than any rakshas that has ever existed. He has as much power as his creator Lord Brahma and is believed to exist until the end of the creation. His origin and annihilation are both dependent upon the life of Lord Brahma…. read more »

Ananda Vardhini Kali

Ananda Vardhini Kali is the supreme goddess who resides in every being in the form of ‘ananda’ or bliss. She herself being the epitome of bliss blesses the sadhaka to multiply their bliss to great extent. ‘Anand’ is the highest form of all achievement therefore the goddess sustains the sadhaka to primarily attain and then… read more »

Ati yoga

Atiyog is one of the highest forms of yoga. It is the yoga that is kept hidden by great Mahasiddhas because this form of yoga is not assessable easily to the public. This form of yoga is only practiced after having learned other forms of yogas like Gherand Yoga, Mahayoga, Saptarishi Yoga, Astanga Yoga, Patanjali… read more »

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