Sanskrit Manuscripts : Rudracintāmaṇi

Rāmanātha

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>This 18th- or 19th-century paper manuscript from Nepal contains the <i>Rudracintāmaṇi</i> by a certain Rāmanātha, son of Rādhākṛṣṇa and Sāvitrī, grandson of Vidyanātha and great-grandson of Jagannāthapaṇḍita. It is an unpublished Tantric work of non-dualistic affiliation, possibly composed after the arrival of the British in the Indian subcontinent, as it quotes the allegedly late <i>Merutantra</i> ("the town of London is said to be mentioned in it" Goudriaan and Gupta 1981: 98). </p>




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