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THE LIBERATION OF BEINGS
THE enchanting summit of the Lord of Mountains,’ resplendent with all its various jewels, olad with many a tree and many a creeper,
melodious with the song of many a bird, scented with the fragrance of all the season’s flowers, most beautiful, fanned by soft,
cool, and perfumed breezes, shadowed by the still shade of stately trees; where cool groves resound with the sweet-voiced songs of troops of
‘Bharati says that Sadashiva of limitless power (Ameyashakti) after having framed the Six Amnayas (see Woodroffe’s “Shakti and Shakta “) was moved by the Mother,
the Adishakti, to reveal this Tantra which is mighty and the Bridge across the Ocean of Kula (Kulavärirashi).
When the Kali age, the uprooter of all acts of merit and the instigator of endless hateful sins, commenced then Parvati,
the Mother became anxious for the salvation of men who are averse to meditation upon the Supreme (Paramatma) and other religious practices and on the other hand, are addicted to sinful acts.
She, therefore, questioned Shiva who abides on Mount Kailasa concerning the means whereby they may be saved.
Mount Kailasa, the Paradise of Shiva. Esoterically, the Sahas rara Padma (see Tripura-sära, cited in Bhaskararaya’s Commentary on Lalita sahasra-name, v. 17).
The Kulárnava says that there is Kailasa where His worshippers are gathered. The first few lines on this page are somewhat freely rendered.
Literally covered by the shadows of great trees, the shadows of which are motionless: that is, the trees are so great and so close to one another that there is perpetual shade.
Apsara, and in the forest depths flooks of Kokila maddened with passion sing; where (Spring) Lord of the Seasons with his followers ever abides-(the Lord of Mountains,
(Kailasa); peopled by troops of Siddha,’ Charana, Gandharva, and Ganapatya (1-5). It was there that Parvati, finding Shiva,
Her gracious Lord, in mood serene, with obeisance bent low and for the benefit of all the worlds questioned Him, the Silent Deva,” Lord of all things movable and immovable,” the ever Beneficent” and ever
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