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The Purana carry on propaganda in favour of a particular deity or a place sacred to that deity, and are sectarian. The original Puranas existed long before the Christian era , were revised and modified in later times and chapters on Hindu rites and customs were added to them. They attempted to being Vaishnavism and Saivism within the orthodoxy and combined new doctrines with Vedic rituals, The living being is in the state of forgetfulness of his relation with God due to his being overly attracted to material sense gratification from time immemorial.

Brahma-vaivarta puranam. Translated into English by Rajendra Nath Sen

His struggle for existence in the material world is perpetual, and it is not possible for him to get out of it by making plans. If he at all wants to conquer this perpetual struggle for existence, he must reestablish his eternal relation with God. All men are not equal.

There are men who are conducted by the mode of goodness , others who are under the mode of passion and others who are under the mode of ignorance. The fiercer Armageddon is, the better it serves as purifier of the dross. Armageddon was predicted ages ago, and the abnormalities at the end of Kali Yuga were described in the Puranas , but even keen thinkers underestimated those clear indications.

However, the unusualness of the events does not impress humanity, whose mental confusion was also predicted ages ago. Anyone who knows about the approaching end of Kali Yuga recognizes that it cannot occur without world upheavals.

The forces that were particularly powerful during the Black Age must now struggle for survival, and they prefer a general catastrophe to defeat The tension of spatial currents and the discovery of Primal Energy could not be mentioned in the Puranas even though they were intended for the seeking, advanced thinkers.

But both of these conditions have now been manifested in a pronounced form, making the significance of the approaching end of Kali Yuga the more obvious. Is it possible that people do not see how much of the new is entering life?

We should not permit the doubting worldlings to proclaim that the dark forces are victorious. That which belongs to Infinity cannot be conquered. The Thinker wisely encouraged His disciples, and prophesied the victory of the Forces of Light. It is very dangerous that people do not recognize this state, for while it is possible to cure a patient who does not resist treatment, if he struggles against it the beneficial effects of the medicine will be diminished.

But how do you explain to people that their leaders and their teachers are insane? Most people hate the messenger who brings knowledge One who has enjoyed the nectar of its rasa never has any desire for anything else. Bhagavata Purana from Bhagavata Purana, 7. The goal of this literature is exclusive devotional service unto that Supreme Truth.

BP Wilson :The Narada or Naradiya Purana is where Narada has described the duties which were observed in Vrihat Kalpa, that is called Naradiya, having twenty five thousand stanzas It is communicated by Narada to the rishis in Naimisharanya , on the Gomati River.

Vishnu Purana is one of the eighteen traditional puranas, which were an important genre of smriti text, and the repository of much of traditional Indian mythology Most of the puranas are highly sectarian as is the Vishnu Purana which is focused on the worship of Vishnu.

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Among the portions of interest are a cycle of legends of the boyhood deeds of Krishna and Rama. Naradiya Purana[ edit ] The Narada or Naradiya Purana is where Narada has described the duties which were observed in Vrihat Kalpa, that is called Naradiya, having twenty five thousand stanzas Vamana Purana[ edit ] H. Wilson : Vamana Purana is that in which the four faced Brahma taught the three objects of existence , as subservient to the account of the greatness of Trivikrama , which treats also of the Shiva Kalpa, and which consists of ten thousand stanzas Vamana Purana is that in which the four faced Brahma taught the three objects of existence , as subservient to the account of the greatness of Trivikrama , which treats also of the Shiva Kalpa, and which consists of ten thousand stanzas.

It contains an account of the dwarf incarnation of Vishnu ; but it is related by Pulastya to Narada , and extends to but about seven thousand stanzas.

Its contents can scarcely establish its claim to the character of a Purana. This story is told in the Mahabharata , with reference to the Matsya as its authority; from which it might be inferred that the Purana was prior to the poem. It is in the form of a dialog between Vishnu and Garuda , the King of Birds Portions of the Garuda Purana are used by some Hindus as funeral liturgy ….

The Garuda Purana starts with the details of the afterlife.

The final part of this text is an appeal to self-knowledge as the key to liberation , going beyond austerities and study of the texts: "The fool, not knowing that the truth is seated in himself, is bewildered by the Shastras,--a foolish goatherd, with the young goat under his arm, peers into the well.

Instead, take the Lord to My beautiful pavilion and keep Him there. She departed with 1 gopis, travelling on a chariot O servant of a rake, go away! I will see what kind of beautiful lover Your master has now! By practice of mystic yoga she gave up her life. Seeing the river that Viraja had become, She went home.

O beautiful one, beautiful one, how can I live without you? O chaste one, your previous form has now become a river.

She was the colour of a beautiful campaka flower and her lips were ripe bimba fruits.

She was beautiful with beautiful designs and pictures. Her braided hair was very beautiful. On the tip of her nose was an elephant pearl.

She was opulent with many tinkling ornaments and tinkling jewel anklets. She was very happy with her seven sons. Her heart filled with unsatisfied desires, she lamented greatly.

Brahma-vaivarta puranam Translated into English by Rajendra Nath Sen.

The living entities will never drink your water. Fools, go to beautiful Jambudvipa on the earth! They will stay happily around different islands. Unhappy, all the boys went to their mother. Then, their necks bowed with devotion, they all went to the surface of the earth. From the youngest to the eldest, each ocean was twice as large as the preceding one. Their liquid will be used to cultivate grains on the earth. Unhappy in separation from their mother and brothers, all the boys wept.

She fainted out of grief she felt for her sons and husband. Gazing at her beloved, she became plunged in an ocean of bliss. In this way, even though she had abandoned her sons, Lord Hari became pleased with her.

By the power of My blessing you will always protect your sons. Then Krsna entered that palace and approached Her. Go to them! Why do You need Me? Stay with her. Go to her. She became a river. You became a river also.

As they happily eat together and sleep together they feel great love for each other. The Personality of Godhead, who is the Supersoul in the hearts of all, now desires to enjoy pastimes with a river! Surrounded by a hundred thousand gopis, She would not rise from Her bed.

O sage, millions and millions stood outside. O Lord Hari, o restless debauchee, why do You trouble Me? Go to beautiful Ratnamala or Vanamala whose beauty has no equal! Auspiciousnss to You! Go from My asrama! Rake, enter a human womb! Leave Goloka and go to Bharata-varsa! What need have we for Him? You make Radha blissful.

Except for You, who can protect Her. Then Sridama became angry. O goddess, You rebuke Him without any consideration and for no reason. Know that it is only because of Your service to Him and Your worship of His feet that You have become the best of goddesses and the queen of all. O beautiful one, You do not understand Him.

How can I have the power to describe Him? You do not understand Him, the Lord who is beyond the modes of material nature.

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She washes His lotus feet and dries them with her own hair. You do not understand Him, the great Supreme Personality of Godhead. O proud one, You do not understand Him. Brahma serves His lotus feet. She stood up and spoke to him. Servant of a rake!

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You know everything about Him. You praise your father and rebuke your mother. Therefore, O fool, become a demon! Fool, now I have cursed you.

Who can protect you? Daily routine and method of adoration Eatables and non-eatables for the Brahmana Description of the form of the Great Soul Question raised by Narada before Narayana in Badrikasrama Description of the glory of lord Krsna and his Prakrti Prakrti-Khandam : 1. Description of Prakrti and paricles there of 2.

The birth of Krsnas Radha besides other and goddesses 3. Description of the child of Virat form 4. Adoration of Sarasvati and her kavaca 5. Yajnavalkya offers prayer to Sarasvati 6. The pronouncing of curse by Laksmi, Sarasvati and Ganga on one another 7. The story of Kaliyuga, Measures of time and the divine dance of Krsna in Goloka 8. The story of Prthvi 9. The story of Prthvi The story of birth of Ganga The story of Ganga The story of Tulasi and Vrsadhvaja The stories of Vedavati, Sita and Draupadi The story relating to the birth of Tulasi Marriage of Tulasi with Samkhacuda The proceeding of Puspadanta to Samkhacuda as a messenger The conversation between lord Siva and Samkhacuda The battle between Siva and Samkhacuda The destruction of Samkhacuda with the trident of Siva The defiling of the chastity of Tulasi and the glory of Salagrama The method of adoration of Goddess Savitri The adoration of Savitri Questioning of Yama by Savitri Yama answers Savitri's questions Dialogue between Savitri and Dharmaraja Savitri prayer for Yama The names of the pits of hell The suffering of the sinners in the hell Description of the hell of the sinners Description of the human body Description of the Kundas of hell The end of Yama's discourse The form of Laksmi an the method of her adoration Durvasa pronounces a curse on Indra The results of deeds performed The churning of the Ocean The method of adoration of Laksmi Birth of Svaha The story of the birth of Svadha Numb and stunned, she began to tremble.

When the yajna was completed, the king gave the brahmanas their full daksina. The story of goddess Sasthi Fool, now I have cursed you. You and your austere wife worshipped Me with great austerities.

The men who are thus changed. Go to her. I uproot the tree of karma. He and His brother will observe the sacred-thread ceremony and learn transcendental knowledge from the mouth of a sage.