Any of a comparatively recent class of Hindu or Buddhist religious literature written in Sanskrit and concerned with powerful ritual acts of body, speech, and mind.(noun)
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Use "tantra" in a sentence
"Here, since the text indicates primarily the cleansing of the everlasting continuum of the mind when it is tarnished with fleeting stains, and thus since it concerns the everlasting mental continuum, it includes the term tantra, meaning everlasting continuum, in its title."
"The term tantra refers to this intricately interwoven subject matter and the texts that discuss it."
"The word tantra (rgyud) means an everlasting continuum."