by G.V. Tagare | 1958 | 103,924 words | ISBN-10: 8120838246 | ISBN-13: 9788120838246
This page describes the chariot of mantrininatha (geyacakra or giticakra) of the Lalitopakhyana (or Lalita-Mahatmya), an important scripture within Shaktism embedded as the final part in the Brahmanda-Purana. It is presented in the form of a dialogue between sage Agastya and Hayagriva, which is incarnation of Vishnu and also includes the Lalita Sahasranama.
[Note: this page is extracted from a footnote at chapter 19]
Geya (gīti) Cakra
Footnotes and references:
N.xii.77 reads correctly: Mahā-samara-sannāha.
Procedure of appeals etc. to Lalitā and the functions of Mantriṇī.