The Hevajrantra, the well-known Anuttarayogatantra, about
'unsurpassed yoga', is a direct successor of the Tattvasamgraha, a
yogatantra. It was translated from Sanskrit into Chinese in the
11th century. The Chinese translators offer a text which remains
true to its contents, but which is at the same time acceptable to
the Chinese milieu of the 11th century. This diplomatic effort
explains many discrepancies, which were no problem to the initiate.
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