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The work contains both ritualistic and philosophic aspects, spanning over 37 chapters.
Chapter 29 is entirely dedicated to the so-called kula-chakra - a tantric practice which includes ritualized sexual activity. Abhinavagupta also wrote a condensed version of Tantrāloka named Tantrasāra.
- The Trika Saivism of Kashmir, Moti Lal Pandit, page 30
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