[INDOLOGY] Matsya Sūkta (tantric text)
vasishtha.spier at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 18:29:15 UTC 2022
There are many many references to a matsyasUkta including texts about tArA.
1 Go to
2. enter username: muktabodha password: indology123
3. At the top left where it says *Search for: * enter *<matsyasUkt>*
Note: make sure you enter it exactly as I've written with the angle
brackets and leaving off the last letter of the name and with the U in
4. Click on the button where it says Search for words in e-texts
5. . Two panels will then open up, an upper panel and a lower panel. The
upper panel gives all the lines in the digital library where matsyasUkt
occurs sorted by text. When you click on any line in the upper panel the
entire text will then open up in the lower panel at the line you clicked on.
hope this helps
On Fri, Sep 16, 2022 at 12:59 PM Timothy Cahill via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:
> I need help identifying one Matsya Sūkta, said to be a work of tantra
> which consists in a conversation between Śiva and Parvatī. I have found a
> reference to the work in the Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts
> Asiatic Society (Vol 08 Part 02) where it says that it "deals with the
> details of the worship of Tārā."
> Any help as to where this has been published (or any other info) would
> be appreciated.
> Tim Cahill
> स:, तम्, तेन, तस्मै, तस्मात्, तस्य, तस्मिन्
> Associate Professor
> Department of Religious Studies
> Loyola University New Orleans
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