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Kashmir Shaivism, Indian Religion
Kashmir Shaivism is a school of Indian Philosophy which was developed sometime between the 7th and 12th centuries. It is also called the Trika Philosophy as it is based on the three energies of Lord Shiva. Kashmir Shaivism is little known outside Kashmir, as access to Kashmir was difficult in those ancient days when this philosophy took root.
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