The Circle and the Wheel and the Sundoor

Notes

  1. ARAS is an acronym for The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism.
  2. Neumann, The Great Mother, pp.46, 283
  3. Mookerjee, Tantra Art, p.39
  4. Rawson, The Art of Tantra, p.183
  5. Coomaraswamy, The Dance of Shiva, p.77
  6. ibid., p.77
  7. Pal, The Sensuous Immortals, p.13
  8. Granet, The Religion of the Chinese People, p.38ff.
  9. Zimmer, The Art of Indian Asia, p. 357
  10. Jung, Collected Works, Vol.9i, par 572; Vol.9ii, par 237
  11. Neumann, The Origins and History of Consciousness, p.37
  12. Vaughn, "The World"
  13. Coomaraswamy, Selected Papers, Vol.I, p.10
  14. Eliot, "Burnt Norton", lines 142-3 from The Four Quartets
  15. Mookerjee, Tantra Art, pl.35
  16. Coomarswamy, Selected Papers, Vol.I, p.505, n.3
  17. Rawson, in Mookerjee, Tantra Art, p.206
  18. Rawson, in Mookerjee, Tantra Art, p.206
  19. Coomarswamy, Vol.1, p.481
  20. Coomarswamy, Selected Papers, Vol.1, p.515
  21. Coomarswamy, op.cit., p.503
  22. ibid., p.473

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