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Saiva Traditions Through the Ages

A P Singh (Author)

Siva Mahavdea has been worshiped for thousand of years as the great God of India. His cult extended from the homeland of the Sakas in Central Asia to Kanya Kumari. There are numerous myths and legends associated with him. It has been a rather of extreme happiness for us to gain an insight into the mysteries to Saiva philosophy as limited not to Cosmic lubrication but yoga and spiritual Sadhana for the control of Puranic energy. The worships of icons of Siva in Linga and image form originated right from the prehistoric period. The excavation of Mohenjo Daro and Harappa substantiate to this fact.

The present work dealing with various aspects and forms of Siva and Sakti of Hindu Iconography. The present work may be helpful to the readers having great faith on Siva.

The work has been very well illustrated with numerous photographs and figures that add to pictorial value of the book.

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About the author

A P Singh

Anand P Singh, is an armature writer and has quest of knowledge. This thirst of knowledge took him to obtain his bachelors degree in Physics from VBBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur. Later he pursued his master degree in Electronics from DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. For this great length of interest in electronics and its technology innovation he went on to pursue Master of Technology (M. Tech.) in Microweb from Delhi University, Delhi. He has attended various seminars and have given speeches on electronic manufacturing. One on his interest area covers Nanotechnology. 

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Title Saiva Traditions Through the Ages
Author A P Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 08.08.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788173201202
length 152p., Illustrations; 63 Colour & B/W Plates; 29cm.