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16), the Sanskrit texts mentioned in the Sdok kak Thorn inscription probably belonged to the Vamasrotas. Unfortunately, this "Left" Saiva tradition is almost completely lost, so that we cannot decide if the worship of Siva's four-headed manifestation of Tumburu (or of a singleheaded Tumburu with four saktis) with the exclusion of other revelations of this deity was characteristic for it. It was so at least for the only text of this group which seems to have survived, the Vinasikhatantra (VST), preserved in a presumably unique palm-leaf Ms.
14. *i-j The Early Tradition 33 of thought they rejected those texts which represented a dualist or pluralist standpoint or tried to explain them in their own way4. Besides, they were averse from over-emphasizing the ritual. The form of the &aivatantras seems also to have been more diversified than that of the Agamas. Another characteristic of "Northern" Saiva Tantric literature is the attention given in them to the notion of Sakti. Even where Siva is unambiguously referred to as the Supreme Deity and the only source and ruler of the universe, the cosmogonic process is in some way or other ascribed to one or more female manifestations called Sakti(s).
It is preserved in a Nepalese Ms. in "transitional Gupta" script 4 5 GONDA, MRL, p. 202, 211. , I, p. LVII, 11, 125f. Ms. E. 320 and also called Mrtyujidamrtisavidhana. There are 1335 slokas. The Ms. is listed in the NCC, I, 357, as Amrtesvaratantra. This title is also referred to by the Siddhanagarjunakaksaputa (ed. Vidyasagar, p. 265) and by Dattatreyatantra 1,5. , I, p. LVIII, 49). 6 Ms. No. 5818 in the ASB; cf. , p. 19. The Ms. is not dated; there are 3500 slokas. 34 T. Goudriaan • Hindu Tantric Literature in Sanskrit which has probably been written, in our own opinion, not much earlier or later than A.
A History of Indian Literature, Volume II: Epic and Sanskrit Religious Literature, Fasc. 2: Hindu Tantric and Śākta Literature by Teun Goudriaan and Sanjukta Gupta