Definition of Tantrist

1. Noun. An adherent of Tantrism.

Group relationships: Tantrism
Generic synonyms: Adherent, Disciple
Derivative terms: Tantrism, Tantrism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tantrist

Tanimbars
Tannenberg
Tanner
Tannese
Tanoan
Tanoan language
Tans
Tantalus
Tantilla
Tantra
Tantric
Tantrik
Tantrism
Tantrist
Tanya
Tanzania
Tanzanian
Tanzanian Sign Language
Tanzanian monetary unit
Tanzanian shilling
Tanzanians
Tanzim
Tanzimul Fuqra
Tao
Taoiseach
Taoism
Taoisms
Taoist

Literary usage of Tantrist

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1. The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning the Kingdoms and by Marco Polo, Henry Yule, Henri Cordier (1903)
"... is in theory and practice different from the orthodox tantrist magic. The practitioners possess no literature, and hand down their mysteries only by ..."

2. The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning the Kingdoms and by Marco Polo (1875)
"... is in theory and practice different from the orthodox tantrist magic. The practitioners possess no literature, and hand down their mysteries only by ..."

3. A Short History of Indian Literature by Ernest Philip Horrwitz (1907)
"and tantrist. To him the goddess was a mere suggestion of the Divine Substance, and he knew full well that images of stone are, at best, ..."

4. English Rule and Native Opinion in India: From Notes Taken 1870-74 by James Routledge (1878)
"... a tantrist, and therefore decline to enter into a discussion on the merits and demerits of any of the Tantras. The position which I took up in my ..."

5. English Rule and Native Opinion in India: From Notes Taken 1870-74 by James Routledge (1878)
"I am not," he said," a tantrist, and therefore decline to enter into a discussion on the merits and demerits of any of the Tantras. ..."

6. The Book of Ser Marco Polo: The Venetian by Marco Polo (1903)
"... is in theory and practice different from the orthodox tantrist magic. The practitioners possess no literature, and hand down their mysteries only by ..."

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