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The cult of Bhairava worship bears testimony to the fact that Pashupata shaivism was very popular in this region then known as Dakshina Koshala.
Kashmir Shaivism
seek to present the essential features of six major traditions identifiable within the ongoing Saiva con.
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174 Lakulisha taught Shaivism all over India in the. 1st and 2nd centuries A.D.
Lichchhavi Art of Nepal
Saivism (44) and Sanskrit and restored the veneration of . gion here and until the emergence of the the Pashupata Sect gained ground <7)' Pa'.
Professor Elaine Craddock Department of Religion and Philosophy
Kapalin the skull-bearer.28 Later poets refer to Pashupata ascetics worshipping at Shiva's shrines Origin and Early History of Saivism in South India.

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Pashupata Shaivism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pashupata Shaivism - one of the main Shaivite schools. The Pashupatas ( Sanskrit: Pāśupatas) are the oldest named Shaivite group.
Pashupata Saivism - Magazine Web Edition > March 1994
Pashupata Saivism. The Pashupatas (from Pashupati, a name of Siva meaning " Lord of souls") are the oldest known sect of Saivite ascetic monks.
The Tradition of Pasupatha Saivism
The Pasupatha or Pashupata Saivism is perhaps the most controversial and also the most ancient of all the sects of Saivism.
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Pashupata Shaivism - Description: Pashupata Shaivism - one of the main Shaivite schools. The Pashupatas are the oldest named Shaivite group.
Dancing with Siva, Resource 2: Six Schools Of Saivism

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