Tantric Elements Embedded in a Purāṇic Context: the Example of the Māhātmyakhaṇḍa of the Tripurārahasya (HT21) For the final lecture
Assessing medieval Śākta history in the light of Indian inscriptions Dr Bihani Sarkar 24 February 2021, 2.00-3.00 Abstract: In studies of
Before they were foxy ladies, they were lady foxes: Yoginīs and Ḍākinīs in Hindu and Buddhist Tantra Prof. David G.
Śākta Traditions Online Lecture Series MT20 Watch the final lecture of the Śākta traditions Online Lecture Series by Dr Bjarne Wernicke-Olesen.
Lockdown and the darkness ahead: Coping through Meaning and Means A talk by Dr. Ramesh Pattni DPhil (Oxford) OBE of
Interview Between Dr Raj Balkaran and Daniel Simpson DECEMBER 3 2020 As part of his wide-ranging and informative podcast series, New
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