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Books on Yantra
This word yantra in its most general sense means an instrument, or that by which anything is accomplished. In worship it is that by which the mind is fixed on its object. The Yogini-Tantra says that the Devi should be worshipped either in pratima (image), mandala, or yantra. At a certain stage of spiritual progress the sadhaka is qualified to worship yantra. The siddha-yogi in inward worship (antar-puja) commences with the worship of yantra which is the sign (samketa) of brahma-vijnana as the mantra is the samketa of the Devata. It is also said that yantra is so called because is subdues (niyantrana) lust, anger, and the other sins of jiva and the sufferings caused thereby.
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Prof. K. M. Subramaniam Paperback
ಸಂಪೂರ್ಣ ಮಹಾಭಾರತ: Sampurna Mahabharata(Kannada)
K. Anantharama Rao Hardcover
The Nitisara by Kamandaki
वाराही (बृहत्) संहिता (संस्कृत एवं हिंदी अनुवाद) - Varahi (Brihat) Samhita