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The book has four main parts. Part 1 deals with Tantra in the modern world and especially with Tantra in the West. Part 2 presents the 10 Tantric Goddesses. Part 3 explains the chakras-system and part 4 gives hints how to practice “Tantra Yoga “. The author says that much of the material he presents comes from the works of Kavyakantha Ganpati Muni (1878 – 1936), who has published several books on Tantra Yoga in Sanskrit. – Altogether the books give a good introduction to Tantra Yoga as seen from a traditional Hindu perspective. The book is written quite well. It approaches the different topics in a rather structured way. For the 10 Tantric Goddesses the author explains the symbolism of their iconic representation, their connection to other Goddesses, their respective Mantra and the traditional approaches for worship and meditation. It does, however, never become clear whether he presents material from Kavyakantha Ganpati Muni, or if, what he says is based on his own findings and observations. So if you are not too scholarly minded and have already a general openness towards Yoga and Tantra, you may find many interesting hints and information in this book.