Trika

An Indian philosophic system founded by Vasugupta in the 9th cent. A.D., having flourished among the Shivaites of Kashmir till the 14th cent., and now revising along with the Southern, Tamil, offshoot of the Shaiva-siddhanta. Its aim is the recognition of Shiva as one's own inmost nature (see pratyabhijna) from which ensues progressive dissolution....
Found on http://www.ditext.com/runes/t.html

Trika

Trika, a concept of Kashmir Shaivism, refers to the 3 goddesses Parā, Parāparā and Aparā which are named in the Mālinivijayottata-tantra, a Bhairava Tantra. This gives Kashmir Saivism its other name, Trika. ==A list of other triads== ==Śiva, Śakti and {IAST|Aṇu}== According to the Trika Darsana there are three essential realities: Anu is ...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trika
No exact match found