When a tantrik is practising his or her sex act with his or herself, he or she is not committing a transgression, a tantra follower from Kerala has said.
This comes at a time when tantric traditions are being seen as a threat to traditional Hinduism, and some scholars are arguing that tantric practices can be considered tantric in nature, in a way that other religions can’t be.
This, however, has not stopped many people from adopting the tantric religion.
“People are going crazy with the word tantra, as they think they have a right to practice tantra,” Sanjay Singh, a writer and former professor of English at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, told NDTV.
Singh, who is known for his writings on the history of tantric culture, says the tantrik tradition has existed in various forms in India since time immemorial.
“It’s not only a word, it’s also a practice.
The tradition of the tantra has existed since the times of the Buddha,” he said.
According to the tradition, tantra is a form of meditation which is based on the principles of tantra and is practiced by the followers of the religion.
Tantric rituals involve the practitioners sitting on a cushion, or a mat, while touching themselves and their genitals.
The practice of tantras is usually performed by men or women, who perform the ritual in the evening.
The practice of the ritual has been practised by various groups of people in different parts of the world, including India, the US, Europe, and South America.
According to Singh, tantras are not restricted to India.
In India, tantric rituals are sometimes called ‘patanjali’ (a Sanskrit word meaning ‘holy’ or ‘holy men’) or ‘kundalini’.
The tantras in question are often associated with the Hindu goddess Parvati, who was revered by the Vedic religion.
In the tantras, the practitioner is supposed to enter a trance or an inner state and then perform a sexual act with their own body.
“The practice is a kind of trance,” Singh said.
“It’s very erotic and sexual.
It’s something that the Hindu god Parvati did in ancient times.”
According to Hinduism and tantra lore, Parvati has been worshipped since the days of ancient India.
The Vedic texts mention the existence of a Goddess named Parvati who was the goddess of fertility, health, and sexuality, who ruled over the world from her kingdom in the sky.
The Goddess Parvati was also known as the ‘Para’ of the Hindu Gods.
The Goddess Parampara, or Goddess of Life, was worshiped at various places around the world and is worshipped today.
It is believed that she had a special body and that she could have sex with anyone, which is why she was called the ‘para of life’.
Singh says that the practice of Tantras is not exclusive to India, and it is also practiced by many other parts of Asia, such as in China, Japan, and parts of Africa.
“Tantric practices are practised in other countries, such and Australia, the Middle East, and Asia,” he added.
“The practice has existed for millennia in other parts, but it is only recently that tantra itself has been put on the international agenda.”
In Australia, a number of Tantric practices have been adopted by the community in the country.
“We now have a community that is tantric,” he told NDtv.
“This is the first time in the history that we have adopted a tantri-centric movement, a community embracing a practice that is very similar to tantric tantric.”
Singh believes that it is important for those who practice tantricism to be able to accept the practice, so that it can evolve.
“When you take the practice to its logical conclusion, it can be used to educate people about the benefits of the practice,” he explained.
According the Tantric Community of Australia, about 200 tantric practitioners are practising in Australia, and the community says that there are about 2,000 tantric disciples practising on the continent.