Ajitamahātantram: Chapters 36-66
N. Niddodi Ramachandra Bhatt, Jean Filliozat, Pierre-Sylvain Filliozat
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 2005 - Tantrism - 419 pages
Hindu Tantric text; critical edition with English translation.
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Patala XXXVI The process of characterising icons
Patala XXXVII The process of characterising of pavilions
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according to rules anga-mantra-s astra-mantra auspicious day declaration barley-seeds bathe body Brahman breadth bull bunch of kusa cause an auspicious circumambulation clarified butter cloth compound cTcT cubits darbha grass desika east eight entablature entitled The process entourage deities fire fire-offering fire-pits fire-ritual five cow-products flowers four arms four digits front Ganesa garnment gayatri Goddess gold hand hand-pose head hfdaya-mantra icon Janardana kusa grass ll^ll lotus measure middle mudra namah north-east offer opening of eyes palasa Patala pavilion pedestal perform perfumed water pericarp pillars plaksa platform plenary oblation possessor of mantras pots precious stones prescribed process of installation purification reciting the mula-mantra retreat in water rites Saiva sandal paste Sastr sculptor sesamum shrine Siva Skanda socle sprinkle sthandila successively Surya Tantra called Ajita Tatpurusa taught temple thigh three eyes told traditionally known trident Trimurti Tripurantaka utterance Vidyesvara-s VIrabhadra Visnu water for honouring wise wood-sticks