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Bhagavata Purana – Wikipedia

India through the ages. The Bhagavata is among the most important texts on bhakti, presenting a fully developed teaching on bhakti that originated with the Bhagavad Gita. The book includes a summary of the entire Bhagvata, a standard description of the ten characteristics of a Purana that is found in every Puranic text, three chapters about the life of Markandeyaand the assurance that it is the greatest among puranas.

Share your thoughts with other customers. In the sociology of the Bhagavata Purana, writes Edwin Bryant, those with malicious and evil intent are first destroyed, but even they are involuntarily liberated because they constantly think of Krishna and devote their life to destroying him.

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One who has enjoyed the nectar of its rasa never has any desire for anything else. See our Returns Policy.

Parikshit asks Shuka what he should do to prepare for death. University of South Carolina Press. The tenth book promotes Krishna as the highest absolute personal aspect of godhead — the personality behind the term Ishvara and the ultimate aspect of Brahman. Prahlada disagrees with his father, resists him, and pursues what he feels is right. The Bhagavata is primarily a bhakti text, with an emphasis on achieving moksha through cultivating a personal relationship with Vishnu in the form of Krishna.

The Srimad Bhagavatam is the very essence of all the Vedanta literature. Many of the bhakti teachings in the Bhagavata are presented as yogic activities—meditating on the lila of Krishna ; hearing and singing about Mmalayalam as Krishna; remembering, serving, and worshiping him; dedicating all of one’s actions to him—all are among nine activities of Bhakti Yoga taught in the Bhagavata. Bheeshmasthuthi Brahmasree Venmanikrishnan Namboothripad.


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Anthology of World Scriptures. Hazra — 6th century, Radhakamal Mukherjee — 9th—10th century, Farquhar — 10th century, Nilakanta Sastri — 10th century, S. The Bhagavata Purana grants the singing and dancing and performance of any part of it, as bhgaavatham act of remembering the dharma in the text, as a form of para bhakti supreme devotion towards the Lord.

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From the beginning to the end, with its [Bhagavata] stories of detachment, it delights the saintly and the virtuous with the nectar of its many Lila of Hari. The Bhagavata Purana is one of the most commented texts in Indian literature. The Purana includes an introduction in Book 1 that describes its own creation. In Book 2Shuka tells Parikshit that when one is in terminal condition and expecting death, one should become free of the fear of death by letting go of all attachments to likes and dislikes, home and family.

Vishnu is the propelling force in the evolution of beings through Prana lifesensation, intellect and lastly the spiritual faculties.

The legendary tales of the Bhagavata Purana have inspired many dance, theatre and festivals in Mzlayalam. A history of Indian philosophy. The philosophy of the Bhagavata is a mixture of Vedanta terminology, Samkhyan metaphysics and devotionalized Yoga praxis. There was nothing else as internal or external. See all free Kindle reading apps. To get the free app, enter mobile phone number.

Visit our Help Pages. Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts. Write a product review. Hbagavatham explains the theory of Yogaof bhakti, different types of dharanathe nature of Bhagavanand the liberation for a yogi.

Bryant states that the monism discussed in Bhagavata Purana is certainly built on the Vedanta foundations, but not exactly the same as the monism of Adi Shankara. Some scholars disagree that the Bhagavata Purana was a socially and sexually revolutionary text, states Coleman, rather it may reflect a conservative ideology where women in the form of Gopis amorously chase the divine Krishna who is represented as a man, the liberation of Gopis is actually fleeting despite their praise in the bhagavatha as the most blessed of devotees for love.


The legends of Bhagavata Purana discuss and describe Dharma through examples. He gives Samhkhya and Yoga as the way of overcoming the dream, with the goal of Samhkhya as Bhagavan himself in the aspect of Krishna. He taught the entire Purana to Shukahis young son.

The description of the six past Manvantaras ages or time periods of Manu and the seven future ages of Manu includes several stories, many involving the avatars of Vishnu. Beach, Milo Cleveland Perhaps more significantly, the Bhagavata has inspired more derivative literature, poetry, drama, dance, theatre and art than any other text in the bhaggavatham of Sanskrit literature, with the possible exception of the Ramayana.

God in this philosophy is within, is not different from the individual self, states Daniel Sheridan, and transcends the limitations of specificity and temporality.

The stories in the Bhagavata Purana are also the legends quoted by one generation to the next, in Vaishnavism, during annual festivals such as Holi and Diwali. The date of composition is probably between the eighth and the tenth century AD, but may be as early as the 6th century AD. Kumar Das, Sisir Jwarasthuthi Sreemad Bhagavatham – Manju Menon.

The tenth book is by far the lengthiest, taking up almost one quarter of the entire Bhagavata. An important story is the tale of Devahuti and her son Kapilathus folding in one version of the teachings of the Samkhya school of Hindu philosophy.