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The Trika Saivism of Kashmir[edit]

  • Definitions of Trika as trika-sasana, rahasya-sampradaya, pag. IX, pag. 1, 6m, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • Trika Literature - agama, spanda, pratyabhijna, pag. IX, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • Definition of Kashmir Shaivism as absolutistic theism, divine person, pag. XII, XIII, 12, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The five energies - cit, ananda, iccha, jnana, kriya, pag. xvi, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • K.S.'s attitude of assimilation (non rejection) of other spiritual schools, pag. 2, 12m, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The 36 tattvas, pag. XVIII - XXVI, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The 3 main Hindu traditions of Vishnuism, Saivism and Shakta, pag. 3, 5top, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • K.S.: the world is real, the only illusion is in the perception of duality, pag. 4, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • In K.S. tantra is completely internalised; the correspondence macrocosm-microcosm; on yantra and mantra, pag. 7, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The object of adoration is one's own consciousness; mantra identified with the mind, pag. 7mid, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • the pre-history of K.S., pag. 9, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • Enumeration of triads (Trika), pag. 13,14,16, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The concept of identity of Siva with Nara, pag. 12, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The 3 Malas, pag. 17, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The triad of maya, vidya and sakti, pag. 16, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The triad of para, para-apara and apara sakti, pag. 16, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The triad of pasyati, madhyama, vaikhari, pag. 17, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • The name "Kashmir Shaivism" was created by J.C.Chatterjee, pag. 18top, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • Agama as Divine Word, incarnation of the Divine in the form of word, a lower form of Vimarsa, pag. 18mid, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit
  • Trayambaka - the ancestor of Vasugupta, Somanadna, etc by 400 years (19 generations), pag. 19, The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit