The Puranas are authoritative scriptures of the Hindu dharma. Vyasa, the narrator of the Mahabharata, is traditionally considered the compiler of the Puranas. provides services of Kalika Puran in Bengali in pdf, Read Free Downlaod Kalika Puran in Bengali, Kalika Puran in Bengali E-Book, Free Braham Vaivrat Puran · Brahmanda Puranam (Telugu); Brahmand Puran . The Kalika Purana (10th century) is a Hindu religious text, considered as one of the 18 Upapuranas. The extant text contains 98 chapters with.
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Both of them are described as the two commandments of God sruti. Manu, while declaring two more in addition to these two as the direct sources of dharma assigns the Vedas the teluvu place, which is to be regarded as superior to all others.
Smrti in the widest acceptance of the term “includes the six vedangas, the sutras, both srauta and grhya, the law books of Manu and others, the itihasa; i.
Ramayana, the puranas, and the nitisastras,” As the puranas come under smrti they are next only to the Vedas in their authority to dharma. The puranas are also regarded as the iin of the Vedas. Both itihasa and puranas are the supplement and complement to the Vedas, and as such’, the real meaning of.
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Historically speaking all the puranas are of later origin, i. Thus, ‘he Puranas, in-a”Wide sense, are the elaborate commentaries on the vedic tenets. It is why itihasa and puranas are recommended for proper understand- ing the meaning of the saying of the Vedas. However, we come across with another traditional view which holds that the puranas are older than the Vedas.
puana Such an assertion, no doubt, goes against the traditionally accepted order and seems to kalikz an anachronism. The significance of the saying may be traced in the fact that the oral tradition of the puranas is as old, or even older than the Vedas, Though the puranas were compiled in historic time the oral tradition was handed down in the society since time immemorial, which swelled with the passage of time.
In fact; some puranas seem to preserve certain pre- Vedic traditions and rites. The puranas are also regarded as the Vedas or the “fifth Veda’. The Brhadaranyakopanisad says that puranas sprang up from the remainder ucchista of Brahma after the destruc- of tion the Universe. Puranas are recognised as a branch of learning in the Brahmanas.
As such their study is regard. The Puranas for the ages have been the mines not only of mytho- logy and cosmic theory of creation and destruction of the world but also the fountain head of hopes and ideals for the society, strength and inspiration of the people.
The puranas are encyclopedic in contents and exhaus- tive in treatment of subjects. They are both the documents of the socio- religious order of the purzna society, teluug the philosophy of life to the people of their time and to the infuture generations. The puranas are always popular klaika the masses of this subcontinent because they are accessible and intelligible to one and all, became: How these charac- teristics have developed?
When such characteristics came to be regarded as essentials? To answer these questions the- entire Purana literature is tleugu be studied in chronological order.
There is no scope for such a study in this brief introduction to this purana. D, in his commentary, Amarodghatana, on Amarakosa lst kanda quotes the five characteristics which a purana is to possess. In eight of the aighteen puranas these five characteristics are found mentioned. Colebrooke in his edition of the Amarakosa states on pancalaksana.
Winterint his History of Indian Literature observes on this point: What is significant almost all our puranas, their sectarian character, i. Wilson in the preface to his English jalika of the Visnupurana pp. However, Wilson goes on pointing out that non-adherence to these -characteristics by majority.
Do they conform to the description? Not exactly in anyone instance; to some it is utterly inapplic- able; to others it only partially applies. There is not one to which it belongs so entirely as to the Visnu. Sanskrit Text with English Translation Size: Subscribe twlugu Newsletters and Discounts.
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Viewed times since 5th May, Purana and upapurana i 2. Kalika Purana v 3. The name vii 4. Printed edition ix 5.
Chapter and Chapter Division xi 7. Kalika Purana xiii 9. The Myth of earlier Kali Kalika- Purana xiv Earlier Kalika Purana xvi The Birth of Kama Cupid 1 2. The Illusion of Brahma 6 3. The Birth of Rati 11 4.
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The Birth of Vasanta Spring 16 5. The Prayer of Mahamaya by Brahma 20 6.
Prayer of Yognidra 28 7. Dialogue between Brahma and Madana 34 8. The Birth of Safi 37 9. Persuation of Hara for Marrying a wife 44 Mahadeva expresses his desire and seeks Sati 49 The Marriage procession of Siva 56 Identity of Brahma, Visnu and Mahesvara 62 Mitigation of the anger of Siva 68 Dalliance of Hara with Sati 72 Siva and Sati departure for their abode in the Himalayas 77 Siva dalliance with Sati and her death 82 The Destruction of the sacrifice of Daksa 89 Vijaya grief 94 Sandhya’s preparation for penance Deliverance of Chandra from the curse of Daksa Candra’s emancipation from the curse of Daksa The birth story of Arundhanti The Marriage of Vasistha with Arundhari The Destruction of the world The Varaha – Creation The Creation of the world Description of creation Description of real and unreal The Dialogue between Varha and Sarabha The Fight between varaha and Sarabha Emergence of Sacrifice from the body of Yajna – Varaha Fish Incarnation The description of creation of the world kalikka Abandonment of the Sarabha body by Isvara Siva Removal of suffering of Prithvi The birth story of Naraka Anoinment of Naraka Practising austerity by Naraka The Story of Naraka kaliks Narada carries the message