Kalamukha

Kalamukha or Kālāmukha (from the Sanskrit black-face) refers to a member of a medieval Shaivite sect noted for its asceticism. Scholars have commonly been associated the Kalamukhas with the Kāpālikas, or skull-bearers, another group of ascetics who undertook ascetic practices common to both Buddhist and Hindu Tantra. Like the Kapalikas, the Ka...
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Kalamukha

(from the article `Kapalika and Kalamukha`) members of either of two groups of Shaivite (devotees of Shiva) ascetics most prominent in India from the 8th through the 13th century, notorious for ... ...symbolic syllable `om.` The school fell into disrepute when some of the mystical practices were distorted. Out of the Pupata do...
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