Brahmayamalatantra, Brahmayāmalatantra, Brahmayamala-tantra: 1 definition



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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

Brahmayāmalatantra (ब्रह्मयामलतन्त्र) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—Rādh. 27. Oppert. 6619. 6760. Quoted in Rudrayāmalatantra Oxf. 88^a, in Tantrasāra Oxf. 95^a, in Śaktiratnākara Oxf. 101^b, by Ānandatīrtha Oxf. 252^a, by Narapati Cambr. 70, in Saṃskārakaustubha, Āgamatattvavilāsa, Nirṇayasindhu, in Prāṇatoṣiṇī p. 2. Brahmayāmalatantre Ācārasāraprakaraṇa. L. 319.
—Ūrdhvajananaśānti. Ben. 139.
—Guhyakavaca Burnell. 197^b.
—Caitanyakalpa. L. 594.
—Jānakītrailokyamohana. Oudh. Xvii, 92.
—Trailokyamaṅgala Sūryakavaca.
—Nārāyaṇī Praśnāvalī. L. 341.
—Rakārādisahasranāman. Oudh. Xiv, 104. Xvii, 106.
—Rāmakavaca. Oxf. 99^a. Oudh. Xvii, 92. Burnell. 198^a.
—Rāmatrailokyamohanakavaca. Oudh. Xvii, 90. Burnell. 198^a.
—Rāmasahasranāman. Oudh. Xvii, 92.
—Rāmasahasranāmastotra. Oxf. 98^b.
—Sarvatobhadracakra. Bp. 276.
—Sūryakavaca. Tu7b. 20.

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