By Jankinath Kaul "Kamal." (English Translation with interpreation)
Bhavani-namasahasra-stutih is an eulogy of one thousand divine names of Bhavani Para-Sakti. It celebrates the features and features of the Primordial Mover. primarily a treatise on non-duality within the Sakta culture facing the secrets and techniques of Kundalini-yoga, its philosophy is sort of similar to the karma-doctrine of Kashmir Saivism. It additionally offers tricks at the Kula, the Spanda and the Pratyabhijna structures of Saiva philosophy. This Sakta textual content relies at the voluminous Rudrayamala Tantra which figures within the record of Bhairava Agamas. The well-known Vijnanabhairava and Paratrisika, held within the maximum esteem by means of Kashmiri Saiva students, represent chapters of a similar Tantra. This primarily unearths shut affinity among the cults of Sakta and Saiva thought.The error and misprints detected within the textual content, were got rid of and corrections made in session with Pandit Raghunath Kokiloo, a realized Pandit, who's a follower of the Sakta culture of Sahib Kaul (17th century) of Kashmir. the current paintings is a maiden translation into English of the Sanskrit textual content, additionally providing a remark with footnotes and proper quotations from different sacred works. those beneficial properties render the publication priceless to the final reader and the Sakta pupil alike. "It is a profound experience", observes Sri M.P. Pandit,, "to learn this exposition".