[INDOLOGY] Scriptures and yugas in the Tantras

Harry Spier hspier.muktabodha at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 19:56:19 EST 2014


Here are all the references in the Muktabodha digital library that begin
kRte zrutyukta
 :
Text by: navamīsiṃha
kulamuktikallolinī : (line: 1972 ): kṛte śrutyukta mārgastu tretāyāṃ smṛti
saṃbhavaḥ |
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Text by: navamīsiṃha
tantracintāmaṇi : (line: 968 ): kṛte śrutyukta mārgaḥ syāt tretāyāṃ
smṛtibhāṣaṇaṃ |
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Text by: narasiṃhaṭhakkura
tārābhaktisudhārṇava : (line: 1335 ): prapañce - kṛte śrutyuktamārgastu
tretāyāṃ smṛtisambhavaḥ |
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Text by: unknown
puraścaryārṇava volume 1 : (line: 1022 ): kṛte śrutyuktamārgaḥ syāt
tretāyāṃ smṛtibhāṣitaḥ |
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Text by: kṛṣṇānanda āgamavāgiśa
brhattantrasāra : (line: 140 ):  tathā : kṛte śrutyuktamārgaḥ syāt tretāyāṃ
smṛtisambhavaḥ
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Text by: āśāditya tripāṭhi
mantrakoṣa : (line: 1813 ): kṛte śrutyuktamārgātretāyāṃ stutibhāvataḥ |
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Harry

On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 1:29 PM, Harry Spier <hspier.muktabodha at gmail.com>
wrote:

> Dear Paolo,
>
> The Kularnava Tantra is online as a searchable etext on the Muktabodha
> Indological Research Institutes website at:
> www.muktabodha.org
>
> There are instructions in the digital library to search throughout the
> collection of tantric texts for passages.  I did a search on zrutyukt and
> found references to the sloka in :
> kulamuktikallolinI by navamisiMha
> something similar in tantracintAmaNi also by navamisiMha
> in purazcarvarNava Vol. 1
> something similar in brhattantrasAra
>
> Harry Spier
> Manager, Muktabodha Digital Library
>
> On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 12:57 PM, Paolo Magnone <paolo.magnone at unicatt.it>
> wrote:
>
>>  Dear colleagues,
>>
>> At p. 42 of his* _Introduction to Tantraśāstra*_  as well as at p. 36 of
>> his _*Principles of Tantra*_  Woodroffe/Avalon has the Kulārṇava Tantra
>> say that “for each age (yuga) a suitable Śāstra is given — namely, in
>> Satyayuga, Śruti; in Tretā, Smṛti; in Dvāpara, the Purāṇas; and in the Kali
>> age the Tantra”, and even quotes in a footnote the following śloka:
>>
>> *kṛte śrutyukta ācāras tretāyāṃ smṛtisambhavaḥ*
>> *dvāpare tu purāṇoktaṃ kalau āgamakevalam*
>>
>> without, however, giving a reference. I don’t know of any searchable
>> digital text of the Kulārṇava Tantra, so I have tried to spot the passage
>> by leafing through the digital edition in Bengali script by Upendrakumāra
>> Dāsa which is available in the Internet Archive, without success.
>>
>> Woodroffe further points to the first *ullāsa *of the Mahānirvāṇa
>> Tantra, as well to the Kubjīka Tantra (likewise without reference) for a
>> similar allocation of the scriptures to each of the four ages.
>>
>> Would any *tāntrika *on the list be in measure to identify the passage,
>> or point out similar passages in other tantric works?
>>
>> Thank you,
>> Paolo Magnone
>>
>> --
>> Paolo Magnone
>> Sanskrit Language and Literature
>> Catholic University of the Sacred Heart - Milan
>> History of Religions - Hinduism & Buddhism
>> Theological Faculty of Northern Italy - Milan
>>
>> Jambudvipa  - Indology and Sanskrit Studies (www.jambudvipa.net)
>> Academia.edu: http://unicatt.academia.edu/PaoloMagnone
>>
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