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I have lived in India and Nepal for fifteen years and during my stay there I was introduced to various Hindu and Buddhist sects. This contact has given me a broad view and a lasting interest in the practice of yoga and in the literature of the various sects to which these yogis belong. Since coming into contact with my co-translator and editor I. Menon our research into the tantric methods of practice led to the study of both Hindu and Buddhist tantric literature.
Email me when Back-In-Stock. The Hevajra Tantra is a non-dual,Yogini tantra of the late Mantrayana tradition of Buddhism which was composed in north-eastem India during the 8th century A. It was one of the principal later tantric cycles which were first introduced into Tibet during the late I 0th century A D. The origins of the tantric Buddhist -Wisdom and Means method exposed in the Hevajra Tantra can be traced to the views found in the 1 st century A. Madhymaka works of Nagarjuna and the works of other Mahayana schools as well as through the tenets of the later, 6th-7th century A.