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The Brahmanda Purana (aracer.mobi) is a Sanskrit text and one of the eighteen major Puranas, .. Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. the Major 18 Puranas in one document. (overview of 18 Upa-Puranas, .. Lord Brahma's Life-Span and the Chronological Order of the. PURAN BRAHMANDA PURAN. Issue Date: Publisher: MOTILAL BANARSIDASS PUBLISHERS PVT. aracer.mobi, TITLE, kB, Adobe PDF, View/Open.

No customer reviews yet. In the beginning there was a golden egg and the prapanca universe with its activities was formed out of it. Portions of Adhyatma Ramayana, references to Radha and Krishna and the incarnation of Parasurama are included in this. This book contains twelve thousand verses and it is believed to be uttama best to give this book as a gift to a Brahmin. The Brahmanda Purana describes threefold creation; primary, secondary and primary-secondary, the Kalpa and Manvantara ages and their duration, geographical division of the seven continents, their countries, towns and villages, oceans and rivers, lakes and mountains, inhabitants and other natural features such as climate and vegetation which give personality to the regions and make them identifiable, the genealogies of Sages, the dynasties of rulers and the legends of Pitas and their propitiation, the conflict between Karttikeya, King of Hihayas and Bhargava Parasurama.. Subsidiary episodes as that of Sagara, the lineage of Vaivasvata Manu and the dissolution of universe, the ultimate annihilation. The Purana concludes with the episode of Goddess Lalitha in 40 chapters.

Since the T e n t h K a l p a , G a n e a got priority of worship before all gods. K r s n a further gives the boon t h a t all auspicious rites such as Jtakarma consecratory rites after b i r t h , Garbhdhna, in proceeding on a j o u r n e y to holy places or on trade or business missions or military expedition.

As the enlightener a n d revealer of the G u n a Rajas he becomes Brahma, t h e creator, a n d of the T a m a s , he becomes K l a , the destroyer, a n d t h a t of Sattva, he stands separate as a sustainer of t h e universe Bd. Visnu is called a thou sand-headed P u r u s a who is threefold according to gunas, four fold according to Vyhas manifestations.

He is dya First , Aja u n b o r n , Nryana causing sleep i. Bhrgu's wife rushed forward a n d ordered I n d r a a n d others to get out, other wise she would b u r n t h e m down by her power of P e n a n c e. At the instigation of I n d r a , Visnu killed her. T h e sage Bhrgu cursed Visnu to take birth as a h u m a n being seven times a n d in their presence restored his wife back to life ibid 7 2.

W T h e original P u r n a h a d ten incarnations of Visnu, three divine a n d seven h u m a n. T h e serial Nos. Incar nation No. Name of his Preceptor and other details Son of D h a r m a God Brahma himself be came the sacrificial priest of P r t h u ' s yaja.

Born within the O c e a n when gods were in distress. For slaying H i r a n y a Kaipu. Begged of Bali, while he was performing a sacri fice, three paces of l a n d. Bali gladly d o n a t e d it when V m a n a assumed a refulgent T r i v i k r a m a form, deprived Bali of his kingdom of the three worlds, bound down Bali a n d confined Bali a n d his tribe to P t l a.

He enumerates the following seven incarnations of Visnu a m o n g h u m a n beings. Period Name Details Incar nation No. King His preceptor, U t a t h y a. Killing of Rvana. Annihilated K u r u s , established D h a r m a. Kalki conquer a n d extermior Visnuyaas of P a r a r a , son of Devan a t e Mlecchas.

People end of Kaliin C a n d r a m a s also will kill each other, Yuga. T h e cause of non-mention of the Boar-incarnation is per haps d u e to its detailed t r e a t m e n t in I. W h e n Prvat threatened to leave the house d u e to Siva's inaction against P a r a u r m a , iva meditates a n d invokes Lord K r s n a w h o comes w i t h R d h. T h e epithet is applied to god iva I l.

T h e r e is no difference between us. You U m are Visnu a n d I am iva w h o has duplicated in forms. In the h e a r t of Siva, Visnu has assumed your form a n d in the h e a r t of Visnu, iva has assumed my f o r m ". T h e Synthesis of aiva a n d Vaisnava cults was the mission of the P u r n a s a n d Bd. Suras gods c o m m i t t e d u n g o d l y acts a n d Asuras showed super-human magnanimity.

Our Purna indicates that D e v a s and Asuras were cousin-tribes. For a full period of ten yugas, the universe was uninter 7 2. But due to the mischief, fraud or aggression of Devas, twelve battles were fought between them in the V a r h a K a l p a and V i s n u ' s incarnation was involved in some. V m a n a ' s fraudBali was cheated and deprived of his empire a n d confined to Ptla. Churning of the nectar, Daityas cheated by V i s n u a s M o h i n i.

Prah l d a was defeated by Indra. DhvajaVipracitti a n d his younger brother assumed Dhvaja form by M y I n d r a penetrated a hundred thousand killed him. Dhvajas and Asura a n d Asuras supported Cause. Although there is a big section of 40 chapters IV. T h e concluding verses of Ch. T h e section on Lalit Mhtmya starts with a ne-wMagalcarana benedictory verses and a new p a i r of interlocutors, a n d t h e contentsmanifestation of Goddess Lalit to kill the Asura Bhanda, her marriage with K m e v a r a iva , glorification of the goddess M a h p a d m a n d K m k s etc.

If Lalil-mhtmya is treated as an integral p a r t of the Bd. The Sun-worship T h e r e are references to the Sun-worship or propitiation of the Sun-god. T h u s Yjavalkya ireturns"vomits b a c k " Yajurveda to his teacher V a i a m p y a n a , propitiates the Sungod who confers on Brahma-rti Yjavalkya Yajur-mantras, after assuming the form of a horse I. H e n c e white Yajurveda is called Vjasaneyi Samhit. C a n we regard this m y t h i c a l astronomy as a p a r t of t h e Sun-worship, as we can say a b o u t it in the Bhavisya Purna where M a g a Brahmins are found worshipping the Sun?

In Il. In the description of K a l i Age, t h e ochre-coloured Buddhists , the nirgranthas J a i n s a n d K p l i kas are bracketed with the " m e r c h a n t s " of the V e d a a n d holy places 1. T h e P u r n a strongly opposes a n i m a l sacrifices. In the T r e t Yuga sages declared to I n d r a t h a t the slaughter of animals in a sacrifice was n o t dharma.

Hirhs Injury to a n i m a l s can never be dharma. Sacrifices are to be performed w i t h Seeds which a r e three years old u n p r o d u c t i v e ". W h e n king ' U p a r i c a r a ' Heaven-moving Vasu disagreed w i t h this principle of non injury, he fell down a n d sank to P t l a 1. It is not certain whether the anikitat-vda in I. But very little information is preserved a b o u t non-Vedic Section of this P u r n a.

Dharma-straAncient LoresScience of Music. O n e , however, wonders how this a t t i t u d e to ahims is to be recon ciled w i t h t h e promised fruits for non-vegetarian articles of food to be served at r d d h a Bd. But Bd. Anusana C h. T h e topic of r d d h a is so comprehensively discussed t h a t it covers the following topics of D h a r m a - s t r a viz. H o l y places of Pilgrimage II.

T h e classification of Pitrs into seven as in V. Srsti 9. T h e superstition of foodpollution by the sight of non-Vedic ascetics Skhyas, aivas like K r u s a s etc. T h e r e is some contradiction in the tests of the B r h m a n a invited for r d d h a ch.

N o t t h a t the contradictions m e n t i o n e d above are limited to Bd. T h a t is a charac teristic of literature of growth like P u r n a s where, due to lack of critical editing, b o t h old a n d new portions a r e allowed to r e m a i n despite their non-agreement.

In spite of these, Bd. A p a r r k a quotes 75 verses from Bd. Smrti Candrik quotes a b o u t 50 verses on Ahnika a n d r d d h a. Ancient Lores in Bd. Name of the Veda Total No. Total No. CVS supports T h e only 75 Sman 3. In statements about Rsis Sages , their lineage, t h e khs Branches of the V e d a s , there are a n u m b e r of discre pancies between Bd. O u t of the ten different characteristics of t h e B r h m a a Texts, Bd.

Science of Music1 T h e r e are seven notes Svaras viz. T h e r e are three Gramas basic scales. These have Sa, Ma a n d Ga as the starting notes. T h u s the Sa-scale would have notes: Sa, Ri, Dha, Ni. Sa scale: T h e n o t e is based on the translation a n d annotations of Ch. MSrchan was the g r a d u a l ascent and descent of the seven notes of the basic scale. As the Murchans started from each note of the scale, there were seven Murchans of each scale. T h u s the murchanas of the three gramas n u m b e r e d twentyone.

Tana is like Mrchan in which one or two specific notes are d r o p p e d. W h e n one specific svara note is dropped it is called Sadava Tna one consisting of six notes a n d when two specific notes are dropped, it is called Auduva Tna O n e consisting of five n o t e s.

According to P u r n a s , there were twenty Tnas of Madhyama-grma, fourteen of Sadja-grma a n d fifteen of Gandhara grma. T h e P u r a n i c concept of Tana is different from t h a t of the present day.

T h e T e x t enumerates the names of 31 Tnas only in their corrupt forms, b u t they do not throw any light on their n a t u r e. But they disclose the names of two ancient authors on Music.

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Bhlmasena with reference to the Tna Ngarapya form reconstructed from the obscure form Ngartnayapriyh in the text, a n d N r a d a. Very obscure names of murchans a n d their presiding deities a r e given in O n l y a critical edition of the text will help to clarify it. Alankaras in Music1 As the whole c h a p t e r on Alakras Ch. Alakras are to be spoken of along with the Varnas move m e n t s of notes such 'steady', 'ascending' e t c.

T h e a u t h o r enumerates four alakras such as Sthpani, Pramda, Apramda, promises to explain t h e m b u t the explanations are n o t found in t h e text. He is however right w h e n he emphasizes the use of the right Alakra 1. Based on II. About Tolas, Bd. Lastly, he mentions three Vrttis viz. Citr, Vrtti a n d Dakfin. In Citr, the music of stringed instrument was p r o m i n e n t a n d the song subservient. In Daksin, the song was p r o m i n e n t a n d instru m e n t a t i o n subservient a n d in the Vrtti, b o t h were employed equally vide Ntya stra Baroda Vol.

IV, p p. In t h e Magalcarana benedictory verses at t h e beginning of the B d. Resorting to Yoga he created the world of mobile a n d immobile beings I. T h e B r a h m a n has neither beginning nor end.

It is u n b o r n , subtle, incomprehensible, beyond b o t h Sat and A-sat existence a n d n o n existence I. It is the source of the world. In concluding the P u r n a III. V i s n u assumes these forms. He is called Paramarsi I. T h i s epithet is preceded by the description of the evolution of the Universe ibid W.

This is Theistic Skhya probably posterior to I v a r a k r s n a circa A. Toga Yoga as a philosophy is n o t directly discussed in the Bd. Visnu crea ted the world t h r o u g h his power of Yoga I. A guest at t h e time of r d d h a should be received as 'masters of Yoga move in different forms to guide people in D h a r m a ' ibid V. T h e r e Bhakti is classified as follows: T h e middle class. Of ordinary people.

A n d its utilization is for the achievement of everything T h e M a n t r a is followed by Kavaca Protective c h a r m with mystical syllables called Trailokya-Vijaya Accompanied with mystic syllables like Om Hrim a n u m b e r of epithets of K r s n a express his close association w i t h R d h.

Later, a Stotra, called Krsnmrta Stotra, a series of epithets of K r s n a reported to have been recited by esa, is n a r r a t e d by Agastya to P a r a u r m a T h e section on Lalit Mhtmya starts with a new Magalcarana benedictory verses a n d a new pair of interlocutors, a n d t h e contentsmanifestation of Goddess Lalit to kill the Asura B h a n d a , h e r m a r r i a g e w i t h K m e v a r a iva , glorification of the goddess M a h p a d m a n d K m k s etc.

But if Lalit-Mhtmya is treated as an integral p a r t of t h e Bd. Other points A few m o r e points are remarkable: For Bd. T h e tirade against Trsn covetousness in the t r a d i t i o n a l verses ascribed to K i n g Yayti Il. Vana , nti a n d in other P u r n a s. T h e legend deserves special a t t e n t i o n as o u r P u r n a has devoted 37 chapters chs. T h e basic incident of the legend took place in the hoary a n t i q u i t y circa B. Paraurma's killing Krttavrya in retaliation.

T h e story begins after the rddha-Kalpa procedure of performing r d d h a as follows: W i t h the permission of his father, P a r a u r m a visits his grandfather Rcka a n d t h e n his great-grandfather a n d so on till he visits Bhrgu the founder of his family.

Ibid, p. S e e below: W a s Karttavirya a villain? He becomes his p e r m a n e n t companion. P a r a s u r m a ' s vow to annihilate Ksattriyas twentyone times. P a r a u r m a approaches iva, propitiates him a n d gets the secret of the perfect missile Chs. T h e protective m a n t r a Kavaca is called Trailokya-Vijaya conquest of the three worlds Ch. T h e story of the m a l e a n d female deer illustrating the fruit of the h y m n called Krsnapremamrta Ch.

After carrying out his vow P a r a u r m a goes to iva to report his exploits b u t is prevented by Ganea to enter, as iva a n d Prvat were taking rest. Prvat strongly complains against this. After completing his p e n a n c e for Twelve Years P a r a u r m a learns how his father was killed. He recalls his divine charioteer a n d advances against H a i h a y a s , K r t t a v r y a ' s son Vtihotra hides a n d saves his life.

P a r a u r m a repeats the slaughter of Ksattriyas twenty-one times. Thereafter, he quietly performs p e n a n c e there Chs. T h e Sagara episode Chs. V a r u n a , t h e Sea-god, does not respond. Parau r m a angrily fixes an arrow to his bow to evaporate the whole ocean. T h e n only V a r u n a appears a n d concedes to vacate. In fact it was a fight for the control of Indo-Gangetic plain between.

T h e sources of these new extra episodes are obscure. But the legend of P a r a u r m a as amplified in the Bd. Some works like Paraurama-Kalpastra, veda are a t t r i b u t e d to h i m. T h e P a r a u r m a legend raises a few problems of historical imp or t a n ce. Phrug us leads one to believe that they came from Phrygia in West Asia.

T h e Vedas credit the Bhrgus to have brought the fire from the heaven a n d that they were performers of Soma-Sacrifice. T h e y explored the technique of the use of fire in war, as a Bhrgava sage Aurva is said to have been dissuaded by his Pitrs probably elderly people of his c l a n to desist from per fecting his fire-missile. Karandikar states that R o m a n s were a Bhrgava people w h o M a n u , a Bhrgava was a law giver.

T h e y were experts in arts a n d crafts as they are m e n t i o n e d as chariot-buildjers 2. T h e y were on the coast of Gujarat at the time of P a r a u r m a , as his father is associated w i t h Bhrgukaccha Broach from which they migrated to Madhya-dea due to the pressure of H a i h a y a s 4.

N o b o d y has raised this point. But in Mbh. Pargiter, A I H T. T h e fact is t h a t the Patriarchical system was well-established in t h e days of M b h. To credit a m a n w i t h span of active military leadership for twentyone generations is historically absurd. A n d it shows t h e hollowness of the refrain, if it is taken literally to be t r u e.

A n d a com plete genocide of Ksattriyas is not implied by the P u r n a s as shown below: T h e only fault committed by h i m was the raid on J a m a dagni's hermitage w h e n he a n d his entourage were given a royal 1.

Arjurtas tu mahtej ball nityarh amtmakah. Politically it was not desirable to allow such an inimical centre either in or n e a r the borders of his kingdom.

For m a n y years Bhargavas t u r n e d inimical since when his tax-collectors haras sed t h e m a n d m a n y fled for life, though they were on friendly terms d u r i n g his father's reign. No sane ruler should allow such an economically powerful inimical centre n e a r his kingdom even t h o u g h he be given a rousing reception a n d treated w i t h sump tuous b a n q u e t s etc. But he did not raid the rama. Even the pro-Bhrgava M b h.

O t h e r P u r n a s offer different versions: T h e frustrated king, m a d w i t h rage, killed the sage by the blows of his fist. Bhavisya 3. It is obviously due to the political i m p o r t a n c e of M a g a d h a as a seat of imperial power while the P u r n a s were in the formative stage.

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T h e details of dynasties t h a t ruled over M a g a d h a since the beginning of t h e K a l i Age are as follows: Although Bh. The Arabic figures in brackets after the n a m e of the king denote the n u m b e r of years of the reign of that king. These 22 B r h a d r a t h a kings ruled for years. II Pradyota Dynasty. This account in the P u r n a is misleading. T h e following were t h e rulers: The Vedic Age, p. T h e r e is a discrepancy in the total period of this dynasty viz.

Vidhisra i. Bimbisra Seniya in the A M g c a n o n occupied the t h r o n e of M a g a d h a immediately after Arijaya a n d t h a t iunga c a m e a few generations after a n d not before Bimbisra 1. IV Nanda Dynasty Op.

T o t a l period of N a n d a dynasty years. V Maurya Dynasty Op. Though Bd. VI uga Dynasty Op. T h u s 10 uga kings are said to have ruled for atam prnarh daa due ca years in B d. T h e r e were five kings in his dynasty as follows: These K a n v y a n a kings ruled for 45 years. T h e fullest list of 30 kings is in the M t. Pulomvi 7. T h e total span of these dynasties of K a l i a g e is given as follows: O u r P u r n a presents this m u c h historical d a t a from the beginning of the K a l i Age to the end of the n d h r a dynasty.

O t h e r great dynasties like the Solar race a n d t h e L u n a r race are n o t adequately treated. After the description of t h e A n d h r a dynasty, Bd. After these, K i l a k i l a clan will rule, after w h o m Vindhyaakti A. Vindhya-akti's son Pravra i. The Date of the Bd. Like the M b h. We can fix the d a t e s of t h e different parts of t h e text, the general d a t e being t h a t of its last redaction.

Adhismakrsna was the fourth in descent from Parlksit. This m e a n s the Birth of Parksit took place in B.

Pargiter's assumption of B. T h e Vedic Age p. If B. Political as as is Chatterji. History of India from the that i t should. Parksit to the extinction of the Gupta Dynasty, p. But the present text is definitely later both in language a n d contents as can be seen from the following: It means Sk. T h e evidence given by Pargiter in D K , p.

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Sapta-vamajh instead of Gupta-vamajh in the corresponding verses in V. T h e following verse is the verse in question. Vamajhj Bd. T h e verse describes correctly the region ruled by G u p t a s. G o n d a attributes this to the lack of interest of the Indonesian translator in I n d i a n dynasties. But w h e n the Indonesian translator sum marises or translates the major portion of the Bd. It must have been an incomplete copy which reached Indonesia in the early centuries of the Christian era.

In spite of the interpolatory portion, the Bd. Appendix to the date of the Bd. Some etymologies T h e a u t h o r of the Bd. Although most of t h e m a r e discussed in the annotations, here are a few specimens: Obeisance, obeisance to the Self-born deity consisting of the quality of sattva on the occasions of annihilation, creation or sustenance of the universe.

Obeisance to the selfb o r n deity of three-fold forms viz. Sattva, Rajas a n d Tamas. Victorious is Lord H a r i w h o sustains t h e worlds, w h o is u n b o r n , who is omnipresent a n d possessed of the t h r e e qualities yet is also devoid of them. T h e term Brahmnda connotes a mixture of ancient Indian concepts about Cosmography, Cosmo logy and Cosmogony.

In the Nrada Purna N P. It contains a number of verses and chapters c o m m o n to the Vyu Purna V. Purna PacaLaksaria. Perhaps the wording of the Krma Purna K. Ali to believe that 'The geographical section of this Purna Bd.

But the statement in the Bd. T h e problem however will be discussed in the Introduction. But I must acknowledge that the text of the identical and similar verses Bd. I seek refuge in g o d Brahma, the creator of the world, who is omniscient, unvanquished, who is the lord of everything past, present and future a n d who is the real Master of all.

F o u r things are to be resorted to by the goodnamely, the unparalleled knowledge a n d d e t a c h m e n t , a n d super-human power a n d virtue found in full form in case of the lord of the universe. T h e Lord knowing t h a t these h u m a n dispositions always consist of the good a n d the evil, created them again, indeed, without hesitation aviakah for the sake of performance of religious actions. T h e creator of the world who knows full well the reality about the world and is conversant with Yoga, resorted to Yoga a n d created all living beings mobile a n d immobile.

I am desirous of knowing the P u r n i c narrative a n d so I seek refuge in the m i g h t y L o r d t h e creator of the universe , the witness of the worlds a n d the supreme all-pervading R u l e r. T h a t Prajpati L o r d of all creatures , Lord Brahma recounted to Vasistha 1 , the entire P u r n a t h a t is on a p a r with the Vedas a n d the m a i n theme of which is t h e real state of the universe.

T h e holy sage Vasistha taught to his grandson, Par ara, the son of akti, this sacred P u r n a which is the n e c t a r of the knowledge of reality. An important point to note is the missing link of Vyu here.

Vyso labdhv tatai'caitat, Prabhajana-mukhodgatam T h a t is according to N. JtukarnyaVyu or P r a b h a j a n a V y s a , is the proper Parampar line of oral transmission. T h i s lacuna is however indi rectly supplied in V. Another point is the emphatic claim of the P u r n a to a status equal to the V e d a. A n d the third point is about the m a i n object of the P u r n a viz.

D v a i p y a n a was delighted thereby. T h a t self-contro lled sage passed on the kuowledge of t h a t extremely wonder ful P u r n a t h e content of which was t h e knowledge of the real state of t h e world.

His modes of n a r r a t i o n were extremely wonderful. He became extremely intelligent and virtuous. He was a p p r o a c h e d and questioned by a sage like you? He h a d t h e most excellent selfcontrol.

Along with the other sages, he used to bow down to the sages after c i r c u m a m b u l a t i n g them. He was endowed with great devotion. After acquiring learning, he b e c a m e satisfied 1. Secondly, Parara teaches this Purna to Jtukarnya and not to his own son Vysa. P a i l a took interest in the V e d a , leaving the Lore to S t a narration. L o R o maharsana. H e humbly a p p r o a c h e d t h e p u r e sages who were performing t h e elaborate-sacrificial session. He excelled t h e m in intel lect b u t as laid down in t h e scriptures 2 , h e bowed down duly to them.

On seeing R o m a h a r s a n a then, all those sages were extremely pleased. T h e y were glad a n d their minds became happy. T h e y worshipped h i m with all necessary requisites of hospitality, such as Arghya M a t e r i a l s of worship , Pdya w a t e r for washing t h e feet etc. He paid respects to all t h e sages. He received the permission of the king?

He a p p r o a c h e d all those sages individually consider ing t h e m to b e t h e eternal B r a h m a n , the great splendour. W h e n t h e assembled persons indicated their consent, he sat on a beautiful well-covered seat. W h e n he h a d taken his seat, all t h e sages of praise worthy, holy vows, well-disciplined according to religious rules, a n d of calm a n d concentrated m i n d s , became delighted a n d surrounded h i m w h o was an observer of great religious vows.

H o w glad are we, the residents of this place, to see you, t h e best of sages, of excellent vows, hale a n d hearty, O intelligent one! He is the Pratiloma offspring of a and Smrtis of M a n u , Yjavalkya 1.

H e n c e this foranmaya and not Stra. Ksattriya father and a Brahmin mother vide Gaut. T h a n k s to you t h e performer of meritorious h o l y rites. I no longer consider this e a r t h a void, O S t a , you a r e t h e disciple of t h a t noble-souled sage Vysa. You a r e intelligent a n d you are always worthy of his blessings. You a r e fully epuipped w i t h t h e good qualities of a genuine disciple.

You a r e learned a n d educated. Since you a r e worthy of being blessed, O holy lord, you have understood t h e principles. After having a t t a i n e d vast knowledge, you are free from d o u b t s in every respect. O wise one, it always behoves you to r e c o u n t to us, everything t h a t we ask you.

This has already been h e a r d by you from V y s a. On being requested t h u s by t h e sages then, the excessively intelligent Sta, endowed w i t h humility, offered an excellent reply full of modesty thus: It behoves you to ask questions on a n y topic w h i c h you desire to k n o w. You have seen Vysa personally. H e n c e you explain t h e origin of t h e world completely. We wish to know who was b o r n in which family.

W e wish to know t h e details of the family and ancestry of t h e kings, sages e t c. K i n d l y recount the wonderfully diversified creative activity of Prajpati during the days of y o r e ". T h u s was t h e excellent a n d noble-souled R o m a h a r s a n a requested after offering h i m d u e hospitable reception.

T h a t excellent-most Sta n a r r a t e d everything in detail a n d in d u e order. T h i s is indicative of the title 'Brahmnda Purna'. A P u r n a is characterised by five topics 3. T h e first pda section of this P u r n a is called Prakriy-Pda section on rites. In this section there is the summing 1. Secondly This is modern Nimsar at a distance of 20 miles from Sitapur from and two the present text is a rehp. T h e word Naimisa is derived different words 1 Nimisa 'the twinkling of the eye' a n d.

According to 1 , this place c a m e to be called N a i m i s a as V i s n u killed an army of Asuras within the twinkling of an e y e at this place ridhara on Bh.

According to 2 w h i c h is accepted here in infra 1. T h e sages w h o followed it to that place accepted it for their sacrificial session. This popular etymology from Nemi is endorsed by V. It was at this place that R m a performed his horse-sacrifice 7. Although there was another N a i m i s r a n y a in Kuruksetra sion was from the West to the East, the N a i m i s r a n y a on to be the 'birth-place' 3. Although these characteristics have been unanimously accepted as essential parts of the Purnas, ' T h e Purna T e x t s that h a v e c o m e d o w n to us hardly conform to this definition" The Hist, and Culture of the Indian People V o l.

If the original Purna texts conformed to this description, the present texts of the Purnas must have been revised or mutilated during their transmission. T h u s the four sections are briefly mentioned by m e.

Thereafter, the Vedas c a m e out of his m o u t h s. Simi larly, the Vedgas ancillary subjects , the D h a r m a s t r a s L a w codes , the sacred rites and holy observances also c a m e out. T h e n the decision 2 " I will create the entire universe beginning with Mahat t h e G r e a t Principle a n d ending w i t h ViSesa the p a r t i c u l a r creations of worldly o b j e c t s " by the unmanifest cause which is eternal a n d of the n a t u r e of Sat Existent and Asat Non-existent.

T h e covering of the waters by the Tejas t h e fiery e l e m e n t. T h e enclosure of the Tejas by the gaseous element. T h e n the encircling of the gaseous element by the Ether. Its covering by Bhtdi E g o. T h e Egg itself has been described as situated within the enclosure of t h e elements. T h e a p p e a r a n c e of the rivers a n d the mountains"is described here.

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