Tantra is a heterodox system of worship. While its followers consider it as a potential source of acquiring spiritual and supernatural powers, in the mind of common people it evokes a mixture of awe and fear similar to the dread produced by black magic and sorcery.
In this book the author analyses tantra using a structural approach from a neutral ground. He comes to the conclusion that tantra reveals a prelogical and premathematical mind which help us provide new insights in to human development.
About the Authors:
JAYANT BURDE received his M.Sc. degree in mathematics from Bombay University he also holds a degree in law from Bangalore University and is a Certificated Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers. He has written many articles and papers in many fields : mathematics, cash management, organizational structure etc. He has also published eight books in different discipline of knowledge :
Philosophy of Numbers (2007), Rituals, Mantras and Science (MLBD, 2004), Sunya and Nothingness (MLBD, 2009). Buddhist Logic and Quantum Dilemma (MLBD, 2012), The Mystique of Om (New Age Books, 2007), The World of Rhythm called Ritual (New Age Books, 2007) and Jaina Relativism and Relativity Physics (MLBD, 2014), The Riddle of the Infinite (MLBD, 2020)