Abhinavagupta was a profound scholar of Kashmir during the second half of the 10th century CE.
He was a philosopher, mystic, and commentator of religious scriptures.
Birth: 950 CE
Demise: 1016 CE
He was considered as a Yoginibhu, a superhuman born out of the union of a Siddha and a Yogini.
He was Jeevanmukta (freed from the shackles of worldly life).
Abhinavagupta during his time was considered as the highest scholar by the followers of the disciplines - Siddhanta, Vama, Bhairava, Yamala, Kaula, Trika, and Ekavira.
Abhinavagupta has written his own books as well as commentaries.
Kula, Tantra, and Krama systems are dealt with in detail.
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Study of Tantraloka and its practice can make the sadhaka a Bhairava himself.
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