Bhuta Damara Tantra (An Authoritative Tantra of Sri Krodha Bhairava Along with His Mantras, Mandal Worship Rituals and Accomplishment Rituals of Bhutinis, Yakshinis, Snake-Girls etc.)
Bhoot means, ‘Past’ and Damar means ‘fierce. Hence this is a Tantra, which liberates the seeker from the fierce sins of past and make his/her present and future better. Being, seem to be a broken link of Kashmir Shaivism, it is chatushpeeth Tantra of Sri Krodha Bahirave, who is expansion of supreme Lord Sri Swacchanda Bhairava. He is seer sage of the Mantra of Mata Cchinnamasta Ji. He is Lord of South and Once worshiped as per given rituals, he would certainly eradicate fears of his worshipers.
This translation is done to brake a jinx, which tells that ‘Bhoot’ means ghost!!! or this Tantra, deals with exorcisms of ghost enchanting etc!! This is an approach to establish the glory of it; which it had during its epoch. This would certainly be a great readout for worshipers of Sri Bhairava.
Giri Ratna Mishra is an Electronics and Communications engineer by qualitification and an ex-IT Executive of an MNC. Being initiated by the great social reformer and Saint of India, Aghoreshwar bhagwan Ramji, he has given up his professional career and is now involved in serving his Deity under the guidance of his able guru, Being born in Varanasi as a son of Smt. Padma Mishra and Sri Raghvendra Mishra, he has taken up a responsibility to spread the pragmatic message of Tantra in society via discourses on Sri Durga Saptashati and writing books; so that Tantric diaspora may convert into mass.
Key to Transliteration
|1||Bhairava, Bhairavi discussion||1-5|
|2||Vajrapani Krodha Bhairava's Discussion with Lord Siva and Other God||6-13|
|6||Bhagavana Krodhabhairava Mantra Initiation and Worship Rituals||62-98|
|8||Female Slave Accomplishment||107-111|
|9||Bhutini Accomplishment Rituals||112-11-|
|10||Celestial maiden Accomplishment||120-133|
|14||Rituals to Meditate upon Sri Krodha Bhairava in Parisanmandala (Assembly of courtiers)||167-176|
Item Code: NAK836 Author: Giri Ratna Mishra Cover: Hardcover Edition: 2016 Publisher: Chaukhamba Surbharati Prakashan ISBN: 9789385005459 Language: Sanskrit Text with Transliteration and English Translation Size: 9.0 inch X 6.0 inch Pages: 232 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 440 gms