- Yoginis as goddesses
- The textual evidence cited in Sixty-four Yoginis is limited to texts belonging to Shakta Tantra and Nath traditions such as Kularnava Tantra and Kaulajnananirnaya.
- After a lifetime of being a world citizen, why am I now a Kashmiri Nationalist?
- My wanderings and education in many parts of the West had rendered me into more or less a cosmopolitan person. I deemed and held myself to be a 'rootless' cosmopolitan with no real attachment to any nation or country — a citizen of the world.
- Shweta Taneja's new book 'Cult of Chaos' delves into Delhi's underbelly
- "The species in the book's world, as well as the tantrik magic that Anantya (the protagonist) wields, has been created after extensive research on tantrism, the occult and Shakta traditions in the country.
- Experience divine energy
- Shakta Tantra aims to directly experience the Goddess in oneself. One of the ways to do this is through the awakening of the kundalini.
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