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Useful information under Puranas

 Linga Puran

Preaching about the greatness of Lord Shiva and propagation of Ling-puja (worship of Shiva-Ling) are the main objectives of this Purana. This Purana has two parts.

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 Agni Purana

The Agni Purana is a mahapurana. It usually figures eighth in the list of eighteen. There are about fifteen and a half thousand shlokas in the Agni Purana.

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 Bhavishya Purana

The Puranas, contains five parts. The first part contains a description of the genesis, greatness of the dates and worship of Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Surya. Second, third and fourth parts describe about the greatness of Shiva, Vishnu and Surya respectively.

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 Brahma Vaivarta Purana

It's the twelfth Purana. It contains four parts- Brahma khand, Prakriti khand, Ganesh khand and Shri Krishna Janma khand.

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 Brahmananda Purana

It is the eighteenth Purana. Presently available in separate pieces, Adhyatma Ramayana is also included in this Purana, but the present versions of Brahmand Purana do not contain Adhyatma Ramayan. It has four parts- Prakriya, Anushanga, Upotaghat and Upasamhar

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 Brahms Purana

In the forest known as Naimisharanya the sages (maharshis) arranged for a sacrifice (yajna) and the ceremony went on for twelve years. Naimisharanya forest was a wonderful place to arrange sacrifices in.

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 Garuda Purana

Sutji once reached Naimisharanya in the course of his pilgrimage. There he found numerous sages engaged in austerities and penance. All of them were delighted to find Sutji in their midst, and considered it a God sent opportunity to seek clarification on doubts they held on religious topics.

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 Markandeya Purana

Once Jaimini, a disciple of sage Vedavyasa expressed his curiosity before Markandeya- 'O Lord! In the great epic Mahabharat, which was created by Vedavyasa, description of Dharma, Arth, Kama and Moksha appears to be intertwined at times and at other times,

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 Matsya Purana

The Puranas are sacred texts which were composed many hundreds of years ago. There are many stories and rituals which form an integral part of Hinduism.

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 Narada Purana

Narayanam namaskritya naranchaiva narottaman devim sarasvatinchaiva tato jayamudirayet. This is always the first shloka in any Purana. Narayana is another name for Vishnu.

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 Padma Purana

Second among the eighteen Puranas, Padma Purana contains five parts- Srishtikhand, Bhumikhand, Swargkhand, Patalkhand and Uttarkhand.

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 Shiva Purana

The Shiva Purana has twenty-four thousand shlokas. These are divided into six samhitas or sections. The names of the sectiosn are jnana samhita, vidyeshvara samhit, kailasa samhita, sanatkumar samhita, vayaviya samhita and dharma samhit.

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 Shrimad Bhagwad

Shrimad Bhagwad is regarded as a delicious fruit of Veda-Kalpa the period of four Yugas during which Vedas are supposed to be written.

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 Skanda Purana

It is the largest of all the Puranas. Contains eighty eight thousand and one hundred Shlokas (stanzas). Has seven parts- Maheshwar, Vaishnava, Brahma, Kashi, Avanti, Nagar and Prabhasa.

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 Vamana Purana

Narad asks Sage Pulastya about the Vaaman incarnation: Vaaman Puraan is one of the eighteen Puraans written by sage Vyasa. It contains tales pertaining to Lord Vishnu in his Vaaman (dwarf) incarnation.

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 Varaha Purana

Narrates the tale of rescuing of the earth from Rasatal by Varaha incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

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 Vishnu Purana

First part: Describes the creation of the universe, birth of the gods and the demons, Pralaya, churning of the sea, tales of the devotee Dhruva; killing of Hiranyakashipu etc.

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