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That's a nice picture to whoever made that addition. I've just written a whole load of information regarding muladhara, and I'm gradually working my way through the chakras, trying to provide more information. My primary sources are 'Kundalini Tantra', by Swami Satyananda, for a description of their function, and 'The Serpent Power' by Arthur Avalon for a detailed description of the various gods and images associated with them. I was a bit lazy this time, though, I could have written more, if someone else wants to write out the description they're really welcome. --Krsnajinana 18:16, 17 November 2005 (UTC)
I arrived at the Muladhara article by clicking on the random page link. It is not a subject that I know anything about, and the introductory sentence of the article really doesn't help: "Muladhara, according to Hindu Tantrism". What does that mean? It's not a complete sentence. I've added a clarify tag to the sentence - someone really needs to address this. Thanks, Bazonka (talk) 13:50, 18 June 2011 (UTC)