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Srimad Bhagavata- Mahapurana (Special Edition) - 2 Parts
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CONTENTS

Srimad Bhagavata-Mahapurana
Mahatmya
Number of Discourses
1A dialogue between Narada and Bhakti (in a living form)1
2A dialogue between the Kumaras and Narada8
3Cessation of Bhakti's Suffering15
4Redemption of a Brahmana (Atmadeva)22
5How Gokarna attained final beatitude (alongwith others)29
6The procedure of hearing Srimad Bhagavata (in a week) detailed36
Book One
1Saunaka and other sages interrogate the famous Suta (Ugrasrava)1
2Glory of the Lord's narrative and of Devotion to Him4
3The Lord's Avataras or Descents into the world of matter8
4A sense of frustration overtakes Vedavyasa12
5Glory of singing the Lord's praises and an account of Devarsi Narada's previous life16
6The rest of the story of Narada's previous birth20
7Aswatthama assassinates Draupadi's sons and Arjuna in his turn curbs his pride.24
8The Lord delivers Pariksit in the womb and is extolled by Kunti; Yudhisthira gives way to grief29
9Yudhisthira and others call on Bhisma and the latter drops his mortal coil, extolling Sri Krsna35
10Sri Krsna's Departure to Dwaraka40
11Right royal reception of Sri Krsna at Dwaraka45
12Birth of Pariksit49
13Departure of Dhrtarastra and his wife Gandhari, for the forest at the instance of Vidura53
14King Yudhisthira grows apprehensive at the sight of evil omens and Arjuna returns from Dwaraka60
15Stricken and grief at their separation from Sri Krsna, the Pandavas install Pariksit on the throne of Hastinapura and ascend to heaven64
16Conquest of the world by king Pariksit and the dialogue between Dharma (the god of piety) and Mother Earth71
17King Pariksit subdues Kali76
18The youthful sage Srngi utters an imprecation against king Pariksit80
19Pariksit takes a vow of fasting till death and Suka pays a visit to him83
Book Two
1The process of meditation and the cosmic form of the Lord described91
2Concentration on the gross and subtle forms of the Lord and the two types of Mukti (Liberation), viz., Kramamukti or gradual Liberation and Sadyomukti or immediate Liberation 95
3Worship of different deities for the gratification of various desires and the superiority of Devotion to the Lord101
4The king asks a question about the creation of the universe and the sage Suka commences his discourse104
5A description of the cosmos107
6Glories of the Cosmic Being112
7The stories of the Lord's sportful descents118
8King Pariksit asks various questions of the sage Suka128
9Brahma beholds the divine Abode of the Lord and is taught by Him the text of the Bhagavata, consisting of four couplets only132
10The ten characteristic features of the Bhagavata138
Book Three
1Meeting of Uddhava and Vidura145
2Uddhava recounts the childish sports of the Lord151
3A brief survey of the Lord's other exploits155
4As directed by Uddhava, Vidura calls on the sage Maitreya158
5The sage Maitreya describes the process of creation in reply to Vidura's question163
6Appearance of the cosmic Body169
7Vidura's questions174
8Brahma's manifestation178
9Brahma extols the Lord.183
10Description of the tenfold creation189
11Divisions of time such as Manvantara and so on193
12The multiplication of creation198
13The Lord's Descent as the Divine Boar205
14Diti's conception212
15Sanaka and his three brothers pronounce a curse against Jaya and Vijaya217
16The fall of Jaya and Vijaya from Vaikuntha225
17Birth of Hiranyakasipu and Hiranyaksa and the latter's conquest of the four quarters229
18Encounter of the divine Boar with Hiranyaksa233
19Death of Hiranyaksa236
20The various species of living beings created by Brahma240
21The sage Kardama practises austere penance and the Lord confers a boon on him245
22The sage Kardama accepts the hand of Devahuti252
23Amorous pastimes of Kardama and Devahuti256
24Descent of Lord Kapila262
25Lord Kapila expatiates on the glory of Devotion in response to the query of mother Devahuti267
26The process of evolution of the Mahat-tattva and other fundamental principles271
27How to attain Liberation through the differentiation of Matter and Spirit?280
28The process of the eightfold Yoga283
29True meaning of devotion and the glory of Time289
30Downfall of men attacked to their body, house etc.294
31The stages of growth of a human embryo.297
32Destiny of the souls departing from this world by the "Bright Path", the "Dark Path" and so on, and the superiority of Bhaktiyoga303
33Devahuti receives the light of wisdom and attains final beatitude308
Book Four
1The Progeny of Swayambhuva Manu's Daughters313
2Ill-feeling between Lord Siva and Daksa319
3Sati insists on joining the sacrificial festival at her father's323
4Sati burns herself with the fire of Yoga326
5Virabhadra wrecks Daksa's sacrifice and beheads him331
6Brahma and the other gods proceed to Kailasa and appease Lord Siva335
7Completion of Daksa's sacrifice341
8Dhruva's departure for the woods350
9Dhruva returns home after receiving a boon from the Lord358
10Uttama's death at the hands of the Yaksas and Dhruva's encounter with them365
11Swayambhuva Manu intervenes and persuades Dhruva to cease fighting.368
12Kubera confers a boon on Dhruva, who ascends to the abode of Lord Visnu372
13Dhruva's posterity and the narrative of king Anga378
14The story of king Vena382
15Descent and coronation of king Prthu387
16Glorification of king Prthu by the bards 390
17King Prthu gets angry with Earth and the latter extols him394
18King Prthu milks Goddess Earth in the form of a cow398
19King Prthu milks Goddess Earth in the form of a cow398
20Lord Visnu manifests Himself in the sacrificial hall of king Prthu406
21King Prthu's teaching to his subjects411
22The sage Sanaka and his three brothers impart instruction to king Prthu417
23King Prthu practises asceticism and departs for the other world425
24The hymn sung by Lord Siva (and taught to the Pracetas)429
25Introductory part of the parable of Puranjana438
26Puranjana goes a hunting to the forest and the queen gets angry with him444
27Raid of Candavega against the capital o Puranjana and the story of Kalakanya446
28Puranjana is reborn as a woman and attains liberation through the teaching of his friend, Avijnata449
29The dialogue between king Pracinabarhi and the sage Narada (continued)455
30Bhagavan Visnu confers a boon on the Pracetas, who then return to their city and marry the foster-daughter of the trees.465
31The story of the Pracetas471
Book Five
1The story of Priyavrata475
2An account of Agnidhra481
3The descent of Lord Rsabha485
4The sovereignty of Rsabha489
5Lord Rsabhadeva instructs His sons and Himself takes to the life of an ascetic who has shaken off worldly feeling and obligation492
6Lord Rsabha quits His body498
7The story of Bharata501
8Bharata conceives an infatuation for a fawn and is reborn as a deer504
9Bharata reborn for a second time in a Brahmana family509
10T he meeting of Jadabharata with king Rahugana514
11Bharata's teaching to king Rahugana 519
12Bharata Answers the query of Rahugana522
13Bharata allegorically represents this state or worldly existence as a forest and the doubts of Rahugana get resolved525
14Jadabharata elucidated the meaning of the allegory529
15An account of Priyavrata's posterity continued536
16A description of the terrestrial world 539
17An account of the descent of the holy Ganga and a song of praise to Lord Sankarsana by the divine Sankara544
18A description of (the various Varsas) of the terrestrial globe continued 549
19The description of Jambudwipa concluded556
20A description of the other six Dwipas and the mountain-range called Lokaloka562
21A description of the stellar sphere as well as of the chariot of the sun-god and his entourage570
22The relative position of the planets and their movements575
23The disposition of the stellar sphere represented in the form of a dolphin580
24The position of Rahu etc. and the limits of the heaven like subterranean regions583
25A supplement to the description of the subterranean system589
26A description of the infernal regions 593
Book Six
1The introductory part of the story of Ajamila603
2The messengers of Lord Visnu expound the Bhagavata Dharma (the cult of Devotion) and Ajamila ascends to the Lord's supreme Abode611
3A dialogue between Yama (the god of retribution) and his messengers618
4Daksa extols the Lord, who appears in person before him623
5Narada subjected to an execration (by Daksa)631
6The posterity of Daksa through his sixty daughters637
7Deserted by the sage Brhaspati, the gods choose Viswarupa for their preceptor 642
8The text of the (holy) Narayana-Kavaca (a prayer invoking the protection of Lord Narayana) taught (to Indra)647
9Indra slays Viswarupa; and routed by the demon Vrtra (the younger brother of Viswarupa), the gods call on the sage Dadhici at the instance of the Lord654
10An account of the conflict between Indra and Vrtra 664
11Vrtra's teaching to Indra.667
12The demon Vrtra slain671
13Indra's Victory675
14The lament of Citraketu678
15Citraketu consoled685
16Citraketu realizes (his oneness with) the Supreme Spirit688
17Citraketu cursed (by goddess Parvati)696
18An account of the birth of the Maruts (the forty-nine wind-gods)701
19The procedure of observing the sacred vow of Pumsavana710
Book Seven
1A dialogue between Narada and Yudhisthira; the story of Jaya and Vijaya714
2Hiranyakasipu rids his mother (Diti) of her grief (caused by the death of his younger brother, Hiranyaksa)719
3Hiranyakasipu asks a number of boons (of Brahma, who is pleased with his austerities)726
4Hiranyakasipu's atrocities and Prahrada's virtues recounted731
5Hiranyakasipu attempts the life of Prahrada736
6Prahrada's teaching to the demon boys742
7(Prahrada's) teaching to the Daityas' sons746
8Lord Nrsimha extolled on the death of the demon king (at His hands) 752
9A Eulogy of the Lord (by Prahrada)760
10(The story of) the conquest of Tripura771
11An Inquiry into right conduct779
12An inquiry into right conduct (continued)786
13The course of conduct prescribed for a Sanyasi and a dialogue between an Avadhuta and Prahrada791
14An inquiry into right conduct (continued)791
15An inquiry into right conduct (concluded)803
Book Eight
1The Manvantaras described818
2The lord of elephants is caught in the grip of an alligator823
3The leader of the elephants extols the Lord and is rescued from the dangerous situation827
4Deliverance of the lord of the elephants833
5The gods resort to Brahma and the latter glorifies the Lord837
6Transportation of Mount Mandara (to serve as a churn-staff for stirring the ocean of milk)844
7The gods and demons proceed to churn the ocean and Lord Siva drinks the poison appearing out of it.849
8The manifestation (in a personal form) of the Lords' (own) enchanting potency855
9Appearing in the form of Mohini (an enchanting damsel), the Lord deals out nectar among the gods861
10Outbreak of hostilities between the gods and the Asuras864
11Conclusion of the conflict between the god and the demons870
12Infatuation of Lord Sankara874
13An account of the (Concluding eight) Manvantaras880
14Functions of a Manu and other functionaries holding office in his administration884
15Conquest of heaven by Bali886
16The procedure of (observing the vow of) Payovrata disclosed to Aditi890
17The Lord manifests Himself before Aditi and grants her desired boon897
18The Lord appears as the divine Dwarf and visits the sacrificial performance of Bali900
19The Lord asks three paces of land of Bali, who gives his word; while Sukra remonstrates with him against this course 905
20A vision of the Cosmic Body (of the Lord)910
21Bali put in bonds914
22A dialogue between king Bali and Lord Vamana918
23Freed from bondage, Bali enters the region of Sutala923
24The story of the descent of the divine fish recounted.926
Volume II
Book Nine
1The story of King Sudyumna, son of Vaivaswata Manu1
2The posterity of Karusa and other four sons of Vaivaswata Manu5
3The story of the Sage Cyavana and his wife Sukanya; the posterity of King Saryati9
4The stories of Nabhaga and king Ambarisa12
5The story of Ambarisa (concluded)21
6the posterity of Ikswaku: the stories of Mandhata and the sage Saubhari24
7The story of King Hariscandra30
8The story of King Sagara34
9The story of King Bhagiratha: the descent of the holy Ganga 38
10An account of Sri Rama's pastimes44
11The other pastimes of Sri Rama51
12The genealogy of (the remaining kings of) Ikswaku's line55
13The posterity of Nimi described57
14A brief survey of the Lunar Dynasty60
15The stories of Rcika, Jamadagni and Parasurama64
16Extermination of the Ksatriyas by Parasurama: an account o the posterity of the sage Viswamitra69
17The posterity of Kings Ksatravrddha, Raji and other of the Lunar Dynasty72
18The story of Yayati74
19Yayati's Renunciation79
20The posterity of Puru and the stories of Dusyanta and Bharata82
21The posterity of Bharata and the story of Rantideva86
22The genealogy of the Pancalas, the Kurus and the kings of Magadha90
23An account of the posterity of Anu, Druhyu, Turvasu and Yadu95
24An account of the posterity of Yadu99
Book Ten (First Half)
1The Lord reassures Mother Earth; Vasudeva marries Devaki and Kamsa dispatches the six sons of Devaki105
2The Lord enters the womb of Devaki and is extolled by the gods112
3Advent of Lord Sri Krsna118
4Slipping from the grip of Kamsa, Yogamaya asgamaya ascends to the heavens and utters a prophecy124
5Festivities connected with the Birth of Lord Sri Krsna at Gokula129
6Deliverance of Putana132
7Deliverance of the demon Trnavarta138
8The Naming Ceremony of the Lord and His Infantile Sports143
9Grace (showered) on Yasoda149
10The imprecation pronounced (on Kubera's sons) by Narada (and their consequent redemption)151
11Destruction of Vatsasura and Bakasura156
12Deliverance of Aghasura161
13Brahma is seized with and ultimately rid of infatuation 166
14Brahma extols the Lord174
15The demon Dhenuka slain183
16The Deliverance of Kaliya188
17The Lord rescues the inhabitants of Vraja from a wild fire196
18The Lord slays the demon Pralamba199
19The Lord swallows up a wild fire (again)202
20A description of the rains and Autumn204
21The Song Inspired by the Flute209
22The Lord steals away the garments of cowherd maids213
23Redemption of the wives of some Brahmanas engaged in a sacrifice217
24The Lord stops the sacrifice to Indra223
25The Lord lifts up Mount Govardhana227
26Nanda's conversation with the cowherds about Sri Krsna glory230
27Indra extols Sri Krsna332
28Sri Krsna rescues His father from the realm of Varuna235
29A description of the (celebrated) Rasa-Play (of the Lord)237
30The Gopis' Question for Sri Krsna during the Rasa-Play243
31The Gopis' Song (at the Lord's disappearance) during the Rasa-Play249
32The Lord comforts the Gopis during the Rasa-Play252
33A Description of the Rasa-Play255
34The Lord makes short work of Sankhacuda260
35The gopis' song in pairs of verses263
36Kamsa sends Akrura to Vraja to bring Sri Krsna and Balarama to Mathura267
37The demon Vyoma slain (by the Lord)271
38Akrura's arrival (in Vraja)275
39Departure of Sri Krsna and Balarama for Mathura280
40Akrura's eulogy (of the Lord)286
41Entry into Mathura (of Sri Krsna and Balarama)290
42A description of the amphitheatre for wrestlers (set up by Kamsa)296
43The elephant Kuvalayapida killed (by the Lord)300
44Kamsa slain (by the Lord)304
45The Lord brings back His preceptor's son (from the abode of Death)309
46The Lord relieves the agony of Nanda (by dispatching Uddhava to Vraja with a message of endearment)316
47Dialogue between Uddhava and gopis and ode to a black bee321
48The Lord pays a visit to Kubja (the hunchbacked woman) and Akrura at their respective places331
49Akrura's visit to Hastinapura336
Book Ten (Latter Half)
50The Lord ensconces Himself in a fortress (built by Him in the western sea under the name of Dwaraka)340
51(Kalayavana gets burnt and) King Mucukunda glorifies the Lord347
52Sri Krsna's withdrawal to Dearaka; Balarama's marriage; Rukmini sends a Brahmana with a message to Sri Krsna354
53Sri Krsna carries away Rukmini360
54Discomfiture of Sisupala's allies and Rukmi and the espousal of Rukmini by Sri Krsna solemnized366
55The story of Pradyumna's birth (and the destruction of the demon Sambara)372
56The story of the Syamantaka gem; Sri Krsna weds Jambavati and Satyabhama376
57Syamantaka stolen; Satadhanva killed and Akrura recalled to Dwaraka381
58Sri Krsna's espousal with (the rest of) His eight principal spouses385
59The Lord snatches away (by force) a Parijata tree (from Indra's paradise) and kills the demon Naraka (the son of Mother Earth)391
60A dialogue between Sri Krsna and Rukmini398
61(A description of the Lord's progeny;) Rukmi killed (by Balarama) during Aniruddha's wedding405
62Aniruddha made captive409
63Aniruddha brought back (to Dwaraka)413
64the story of king Nrga418
65Baladeva triumphantly diverts the rive Yamuna from its course422
66Paundraka and others killed425
67Paundraka and (by Balarama)429
68triumph of Sankarsana-in the form of dragging Hastinapura431
69A Glimpse into the household life of Sri Krsna436
70Sri Krsna's daily routine; kings taken captive by Jarasandha send their messenger to Sri Krsna436
71Sri Krsna goes to Indraprastha446
72Jarasandha killed451
73Sri Krsna and others return to Indraprastha455
74Sisupala killed (by Sri Krsna)458
75Duryodhana's humiliation464
76Salva's encounter with the Yadavas468
77Salva's deliverance471
78Deliverance of Dantavaktra and Viduratha; Suta killed by Sri Balarama during his Pilgrimage474
79An account of Balarama's pilgrimage478
80Sri Krsna's reception of Sudama481
81the story of parched rice brought as a present (for Sri Krsna) by Sudama486
82Meeting of the Vrsnis with the Gopas and Gopis (of Vrndavana)490
83Conversation between Bhagavan Sri Krsna's consorts and Draupadi496
84An Account of the pilgrimage (undertaken by Lord Sri Krsna)501
85The Lord brings back (from the abode of Death) His (six) elder brothers (throttled by Kamsa)509
86(Subhadra carried away by Arjuna;) the Lords grace on Srutadeva516
87A Song of praise uttered by the Vedas (in their living form)522
88Lord Rudra rescued (from trouble)533
89(The three chief gods put to test by the sage Bhrgu;) the Lord brings back the (dead) sons of a Brahmana537
90The Story of (the amorous sports of) Sri Krsna narrated544
Book Eleven
1The curse of the Rasis invoking the destruction of Yadu's race 551
2Narada visits Vasudeva and reproduces the dialogue between king Janaka and the nine Yogiswaras553
3A description of Maya and the means of transcending it. An exposition of Brahma and the path of Action559
4A description of the Lord's descents566
5The fate of non-devotees, different methods of the Lord's worship according to the different Yugas569
6The gods entreat the Lord to return to His divine realm and Uddhava approaches Him on the eve of the Yadus departure for Prabhasa575
7The legend of an ascetic-the story of eight (out of twenty-four) preceptors (from the earth to the pigeon) recognized by him580
8What the Avadhuta learnt from the nine preceptors588
9Story of the seven preceptors-the osprey and others; and the end of the Avadhuta's discourse591
10The emptiness of earthly and other worldly enjoyments exposed594
11The characteristics of bound and liberated souls as well as of devotees 598
12The glory of Satsanga' how to perform one's prescribed duty and how to relinquish it?604
13The teaching imparted by the Lord in the form of the divine Swan to the sage Sanaka and his three brothers608
14Glory of the path of devotion and the process of meditation described614
15Names and characteristics of the various Siddhis (mystic powers) acquired through Yoga619
16Glorious manifestation of the Lord enumerated624
17The duties pertaining to the four Varnas and four Asramas630
18The duties of anchorites and recluses638
19A dissertation on devotion, spiritual enlightenment and Yogic disciplines in the form of the five Yamas, the (five) Niyamas and so on645
20Jnanayoga, Karmayoga and Bhaktiyoga analysed651
21The process of determining what is good and what is evil and the secret underlying it656
22Categories enumerated; distinction between Prakrti and Purusa663
23The episode of a forbearing Brahmana672
24A dissertation on Sankhyayoga681
25The operation of the three Gunas described685
26The utterance of Pururava bearing on aversion for the pleasures of sense690
27The Yoga of formal worship694
28The highest truth discussed703
29The courses of conduct pleasing to the Lord; Uddhava's departure for Badarikasrama709
30Holocaust of Yadu's race715
31The Lords' ascent to His divine realm721
Book Twelve
1Lines of kings of Kaliyuga725
2The evils of Kaliyuga729
3Vanity of kings; righteous conduct for every Yuga; the means to escape the evils of Kaliyuga-loud chanting of the divine name733
4The fourfold Pralaya738
5The (final) teaching (of Sukadeva) concerning Brahma743
6(Pariksit attains the supreme goal and Janamejaya commences a snake-sacrifice;) classification of the Vedas into so many Sakhas or schools744
7Different schools of Atharvaveda and the characteristics of the Puranas753
8The sage Markandeya embarks on a course of austerities and receives a boon756
9The sage Markandeya witnesses the Lord's Maya 762
10Lord Siva confers a boon on Markandeya766
11The significance of the Lord's own limbs, attendants and weapons and a description of the retinue of the sun-god (changing every month in the course of a solar year)770
12A synopsis of (all) the twelve Skandhas (of Srimad Bhagavata) 777
13The extent of the eighteen Puranas and the glory of the Bhagavata785

Srimad Bhagavata- Mahapurana (Special Edition) - 2 Parts

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CONTENTS

Srimad Bhagavata-Mahapurana
Mahatmya
Number of Discourses
1A dialogue between Narada and Bhakti (in a living form)1
2A dialogue between the Kumaras and Narada8
3Cessation of Bhakti's Suffering15
4Redemption of a Brahmana (Atmadeva)22
5How Gokarna attained final beatitude (alongwith others)29
6The procedure of hearing Srimad Bhagavata (in a week) detailed36
Book One
1Saunaka and other sages interrogate the famous Suta (Ugrasrava)1
2Glory of the Lord's narrative and of Devotion to Him4
3The Lord's Avataras or Descents into the world of matter8
4A sense of frustration overtakes Vedavyasa12
5Glory of singing the Lord's praises and an account of Devarsi Narada's previous life16
6The rest of the story of Narada's previous birth20
7Aswatthama assassinates Draupadi's sons and Arjuna in his turn curbs his pride.24
8The Lord delivers Pariksit in the womb and is extolled by Kunti; Yudhisthira gives way to grief29
9Yudhisthira and others call on Bhisma and the latter drops his mortal coil, extolling Sri Krsna35
10Sri Krsna's Departure to Dwaraka40
11Right royal reception of Sri Krsna at Dwaraka45
12Birth of Pariksit49
13Departure of Dhrtarastra and his wife Gandhari, for the forest at the instance of Vidura53
14King Yudhisthira grows apprehensive at the sight of evil omens and Arjuna returns from Dwaraka60
15Stricken and grief at their separation from Sri Krsna, the Pandavas install Pariksit on the throne of Hastinapura and ascend to heaven64
16Conquest of the world by king Pariksit and the dialogue between Dharma (the god of piety) and Mother Earth71
17King Pariksit subdues Kali76
18The youthful sage Srngi utters an imprecation against king Pariksit80
19Pariksit takes a vow of fasting till death and Suka pays a visit to him83
Book Two
1The process of meditation and the cosmic form of the Lord described91
2Concentration on the gross and subtle forms of the Lord and the two types of Mukti (Liberation), viz., Kramamukti or gradual Liberation and Sadyomukti or immediate Liberation 95
3Worship of different deities for the gratification of various desires and the superiority of Devotion to the Lord101
4The king asks a question about the creation of the universe and the sage Suka commences his discourse104
5A description of the cosmos107
6Glories of the Cosmic Being112
7The stories of the Lord's sportful descents118
8King Pariksit asks various questions of the sage Suka128
9Brahma beholds the divine Abode of the Lord and is taught by Him the text of the Bhagavata, consisting of four couplets only132
10The ten characteristic features of the Bhagavata138
Book Three
1Meeting of Uddhava and Vidura145
2Uddhava recounts the childish sports of the Lord151
3A brief survey of the Lord's other exploits155
4As directed by Uddhava, Vidura calls on the sage Maitreya158
5The sage Maitreya describes the process of creation in reply to Vidura's question163
6Appearance of the cosmic Body169
7Vidura's questions174
8Brahma's manifestation178
9Brahma extols the Lord.183
10Description of the tenfold creation189
11Divisions of time such as Manvantara and so on193
12The multiplication of creation198
13The Lord's Descent as the Divine Boar205
14Diti's conception212
15Sanaka and his three brothers pronounce a curse against Jaya and Vijaya217
16The fall of Jaya and Vijaya from Vaikuntha225
17Birth of Hiranyakasipu and Hiranyaksa and the latter's conquest of the four quarters229
18Encounter of the divine Boar with Hiranyaksa233
19Death of Hiranyaksa236
20The various species of living beings created by Brahma240
21The sage Kardama practises austere penance and the Lord confers a boon on him245
22The sage Kardama accepts the hand of Devahuti252
23Amorous pastimes of Kardama and Devahuti256
24Descent of Lord Kapila262
25Lord Kapila expatiates on the glory of Devotion in response to the query of mother Devahuti267
26The process of evolution of the Mahat-tattva and other fundamental principles271
27How to attain Liberation through the differentiation of Matter and Spirit?280
28The process of the eightfold Yoga283
29True meaning of devotion and the glory of Time289
30Downfall of men attacked to their body, house etc.294
31The stages of growth of a human embryo.297
32Destiny of the souls departing from this world by the "Bright Path", the "Dark Path" and so on, and the superiority of Bhaktiyoga303
33Devahuti receives the light of wisdom and attains final beatitude308
Book Four
1The Progeny of Swayambhuva Manu's Daughters313
2Ill-feeling between Lord Siva and Daksa319
3Sati insists on joining the sacrificial festival at her father's323
4Sati burns herself with the fire of Yoga326
5Virabhadra wrecks Daksa's sacrifice and beheads him331
6Brahma and the other gods proceed to Kailasa and appease Lord Siva335
7Completion of Daksa's sacrifice341
8Dhruva's departure for the woods350
9Dhruva returns home after receiving a boon from the Lord358
10Uttama's death at the hands of the Yaksas and Dhruva's encounter with them365
11Swayambhuva Manu intervenes and persuades Dhruva to cease fighting.368
12Kubera confers a boon on Dhruva, who ascends to the abode of Lord Visnu372
13Dhruva's posterity and the narrative of king Anga378
14The story of king Vena382
15Descent and coronation of king Prthu387
16Glorification of king Prthu by the bards 390
17King Prthu gets angry with Earth and the latter extols him394
18King Prthu milks Goddess Earth in the form of a cow398
19King Prthu milks Goddess Earth in the form of a cow398
20Lord Visnu manifests Himself in the sacrificial hall of king Prthu406
21King Prthu's teaching to his subjects411
22The sage Sanaka and his three brothers impart instruction to king Prthu417
23King Prthu practises asceticism and departs for the other world425
24The hymn sung by Lord Siva (and taught to the Pracetas)429
25Introductory part of the parable of Puranjana438
26Puranjana goes a hunting to the forest and the queen gets angry with him444
27Raid of Candavega against the capital o Puranjana and the story of Kalakanya446
28Puranjana is reborn as a woman and attains liberation through the teaching of his friend, Avijnata449
29The dialogue between king Pracinabarhi and the sage Narada (continued)455
30Bhagavan Visnu confers a boon on the Pracetas, who then return to their city and marry the foster-daughter of the trees.465
31The story of the Pracetas471
Book Five
1The story of Priyavrata475
2An account of Agnidhra481
3The descent of Lord Rsabha485
4The sovereignty of Rsabha489
5Lord Rsabhadeva instructs His sons and Himself takes to the life of an ascetic who has shaken off worldly feeling and obligation492
6Lord Rsabha quits His body498
7The story of Bharata501
8Bharata conceives an infatuation for a fawn and is reborn as a deer504
9Bharata reborn for a second time in a Brahmana family509
10T he meeting of Jadabharata with king Rahugana514
11Bharata's teaching to king Rahugana 519
12Bharata Answers the query of Rahugana522
13Bharata allegorically represents this state or worldly existence as a forest and the doubts of Rahugana get resolved525
14Jadabharata elucidated the meaning of the allegory529
15An account of Priyavrata's posterity continued536
16A description of the terrestrial world 539
17An account of the descent of the holy Ganga and a song of praise to Lord Sankarsana by the divine Sankara544
18A description of (the various Varsas) of the terrestrial globe continued 549
19The description of Jambudwipa concluded556
20A description of the other six Dwipas and the mountain-range called Lokaloka562
21A description of the stellar sphere as well as of the chariot of the sun-god and his entourage570
22The relative position of the planets and their movements575
23The disposition of the stellar sphere represented in the form of a dolphin580
24The position of Rahu etc. and the limits of the heaven like subterranean regions583
25A supplement to the description of the subterranean system589
26A description of the infernal regions 593
Book Six
1The introductory part of the story of Ajamila603
2The messengers of Lord Visnu expound the Bhagavata Dharma (the cult of Devotion) and Ajamila ascends to the Lord's supreme Abode611
3A dialogue between Yama (the god of retribution) and his messengers618
4Daksa extols the Lord, who appears in person before him623
5Narada subjected to an execration (by Daksa)631
6The posterity of Daksa through his sixty daughters637
7Deserted by the sage Brhaspati, the gods choose Viswarupa for their preceptor 642
8The text of the (holy) Narayana-Kavaca (a prayer invoking the protection of Lord Narayana) taught (to Indra)647
9Indra slays Viswarupa; and routed by the demon Vrtra (the younger brother of Viswarupa), the gods call on the sage Dadhici at the instance of the Lord654
10An account of the conflict between Indra and Vrtra 664
11Vrtra's teaching to Indra.667
12The demon Vrtra slain671
13Indra's Victory675
14The lament of Citraketu678
15Citraketu consoled685
16Citraketu realizes (his oneness with) the Supreme Spirit688
17Citraketu cursed (by goddess Parvati)696
18An account of the birth of the Maruts (the forty-nine wind-gods)701
19The procedure of observing the sacred vow of Pumsavana710
Book Seven
1A dialogue between Narada and Yudhisthira; the story of Jaya and Vijaya714
2Hiranyakasipu rids his mother (Diti) of her grief (caused by the death of his younger brother, Hiranyaksa)719
3Hiranyakasipu asks a number of boons (of Brahma, who is pleased with his austerities)726
4Hiranyakasipu's atrocities and Prahrada's virtues recounted731
5Hiranyakasipu attempts the life of Prahrada736
6Prahrada's teaching to the demon boys742
7(Prahrada's) teaching to the Daityas' sons746
8Lord Nrsimha extolled on the death of the demon king (at His hands) 752
9A Eulogy of the Lord (by Prahrada)760
10(The story of) the conquest of Tripura771
11An Inquiry into right conduct779
12An inquiry into right conduct (continued)786
13The course of conduct prescribed for a Sanyasi and a dialogue between an Avadhuta and Prahrada791
14An inquiry into right conduct (continued)791
15An inquiry into right conduct (concluded)803
Book Eight
1The Manvantaras described818
2The lord of elephants is caught in the grip of an alligator823
3The leader of the elephants extols the Lord and is rescued from the dangerous situation827
4Deliverance of the lord of the elephants833
5The gods resort to Brahma and the latter glorifies the Lord837
6Transportation of Mount Mandara (to serve as a churn-staff for stirring the ocean of milk)844
7The gods and demons proceed to churn the ocean and Lord Siva drinks the poison appearing out of it.849
8The manifestation (in a personal form) of the Lords' (own) enchanting potency855
9Appearing in the form of Mohini (an enchanting damsel), the Lord deals out nectar among the gods861
10Outbreak of hostilities between the gods and the Asuras864
11Conclusion of the conflict between the god and the demons870
12Infatuation of Lord Sankara874
13An account of the (Concluding eight) Manvantaras880
14Functions of a Manu and other functionaries holding office in his administration884
15Conquest of heaven by Bali886
16The procedure of (observing the vow of) Payovrata disclosed to Aditi890
17The Lord manifests Himself before Aditi and grants her desired boon897
18The Lord appears as the divine Dwarf and visits the sacrificial performance of Bali900
19The Lord asks three paces of land of Bali, who gives his word; while Sukra remonstrates with him against this course 905
20A vision of the Cosmic Body (of the Lord)910
21Bali put in bonds914
22A dialogue between king Bali and Lord Vamana918
23Freed from bondage, Bali enters the region of Sutala923
24The story of the descent of the divine fish recounted.926
Volume II
Book Nine
1The story of King Sudyumna, son of Vaivaswata Manu1
2The posterity of Karusa and other four sons of Vaivaswata Manu5
3The story of the Sage Cyavana and his wife Sukanya; the posterity of King Saryati9
4The stories of Nabhaga and king Ambarisa12
5The story of Ambarisa (concluded)21
6the posterity of Ikswaku: the stories of Mandhata and the sage Saubhari24
7The story of King Hariscandra30
8The story of King Sagara34
9The story of King Bhagiratha: the descent of the holy Ganga 38
10An account of Sri Rama's pastimes44
11The other pastimes of Sri Rama51
12The genealogy of (the remaining kings of) Ikswaku's line55
13The posterity of Nimi described57
14A brief survey of the Lunar Dynasty60
15The stories of Rcika, Jamadagni and Parasurama64
16Extermination of the Ksatriyas by Parasurama: an account o the posterity of the sage Viswamitra69
17The posterity of Kings Ksatravrddha, Raji and other of the Lunar Dynasty72
18The story of Yayati74
19Yayati's Renunciation79
20The posterity of Puru and the stories of Dusyanta and Bharata82
21The posterity of Bharata and the story of Rantideva86
22The genealogy of the Pancalas, the Kurus and the kings of Magadha90
23An account of the posterity of Anu, Druhyu, Turvasu and Yadu95
24An account of the posterity of Yadu99
Book Ten (First Half)
1The Lord reassures Mother Earth; Vasudeva marries Devaki and Kamsa dispatches the six sons of Devaki105
2The Lord enters the womb of Devaki and is extolled by the gods112
3Advent of Lord Sri Krsna118
4Slipping from the grip of Kamsa, Yogamaya asgamaya ascends to the heavens and utters a prophecy124
5Festivities connected with the Birth of Lord Sri Krsna at Gokula129
6Deliverance of Putana132
7Deliverance of the demon Trnavarta138
8The Naming Ceremony of the Lord and His Infantile Sports143
9Grace (showered) on Yasoda149
10The imprecation pronounced (on Kubera's sons) by Narada (and their consequent redemption)151
11Destruction of Vatsasura and Bakasura156
12Deliverance of Aghasura161
13Brahma is seized with and ultimately rid of infatuation 166
14Brahma extols the Lord174
15The demon Dhenuka slain183
16The Deliverance of Kaliya188
17The Lord rescues the inhabitants of Vraja from a wild fire196
18The Lord slays the demon Pralamba199
19The Lord swallows up a wild fire (again)202
20A description of the rains and Autumn204
21The Song Inspired by the Flute209
22The Lord steals away the garments of cowherd maids213
23Redemption of the wives of some Brahmanas engaged in a sacrifice217
24The Lord stops the sacrifice to Indra223
25The Lord lifts up Mount Govardhana227
26Nanda's conversation with the cowherds about Sri Krsna glory230
27Indra extols Sri Krsna332
28Sri Krsna rescues His father from the realm of Varuna235
29A description of the (celebrated) Rasa-Play (of the Lord)237
30The Gopis' Question for Sri Krsna during the Rasa-Play243
31The Gopis' Song (at the Lord's disappearance) during the Rasa-Play249
32The Lord comforts the Gopis during the Rasa-Play252
33A Description of the Rasa-Play255
34The Lord makes short work of Sankhacuda260
35The gopis' song in pairs of verses263
36Kamsa sends Akrura to Vraja to bring Sri Krsna and Balarama to Mathura267
37The demon Vyoma slain (by the Lord)271
38Akrura's arrival (in Vraja)275
39Departure of Sri Krsna and Balarama for Mathura280
40Akrura's eulogy (of the Lord)286
41Entry into Mathura (of Sri Krsna and Balarama)290
42A description of the amphitheatre for wrestlers (set up by Kamsa)296
43The elephant Kuvalayapida killed (by the Lord)300
44Kamsa slain (by the Lord)304
45The Lord brings back His preceptor's son (from the abode of Death)309
46The Lord relieves the agony of Nanda (by dispatching Uddhava to Vraja with a message of endearment)316
47Dialogue between Uddhava and gopis and ode to a black bee321
48The Lord pays a visit to Kubja (the hunchbacked woman) and Akrura at their respective places331
49Akrura's visit to Hastinapura336
Book Ten (Latter Half)
50The Lord ensconces Himself in a fortress (built by Him in the western sea under the name of Dwaraka)340
51(Kalayavana gets burnt and) King Mucukunda glorifies the Lord347
52Sri Krsna's withdrawal to Dearaka; Balarama's marriage; Rukmini sends a Brahmana with a message to Sri Krsna354
53Sri Krsna carries away Rukmini360
54Discomfiture of Sisupala's allies and Rukmi and the espousal of Rukmini by Sri Krsna solemnized366
55The story of Pradyumna's birth (and the destruction of the demon Sambara)372
56The story of the Syamantaka gem; Sri Krsna weds Jambavati and Satyabhama376
57Syamantaka stolen; Satadhanva killed and Akrura recalled to Dwaraka381
58Sri Krsna's espousal with (the rest of) His eight principal spouses385
59The Lord snatches away (by force) a Parijata tree (from Indra's paradise) and kills the demon Naraka (the son of Mother Earth)391
60A dialogue between Sri Krsna and Rukmini398
61(A description of the Lord's progeny;) Rukmi killed (by Balarama) during Aniruddha's wedding405
62Aniruddha made captive409
63Aniruddha brought back (to Dwaraka)413
64the story of king Nrga418
65Baladeva triumphantly diverts the rive Yamuna from its course422
66Paundraka and others killed425
67Paundraka and (by Balarama)429
68triumph of Sankarsana-in the form of dragging Hastinapura431
69A Glimpse into the household life of Sri Krsna436
70Sri Krsna's daily routine; kings taken captive by Jarasandha send their messenger to Sri Krsna436
71Sri Krsna goes to Indraprastha446
72Jarasandha killed451
73Sri Krsna and others return to Indraprastha455
74Sisupala killed (by Sri Krsna)458
75Duryodhana's humiliation464
76Salva's encounter with the Yadavas468
77Salva's deliverance471
78Deliverance of Dantavaktra and Viduratha; Suta killed by Sri Balarama during his Pilgrimage474
79An account of Balarama's pilgrimage478
80Sri Krsna's reception of Sudama481
81the story of parched rice brought as a present (for Sri Krsna) by Sudama486
82Meeting of the Vrsnis with the Gopas and Gopis (of Vrndavana)490
83Conversation between Bhagavan Sri Krsna's consorts and Draupadi496
84An Account of the pilgrimage (undertaken by Lord Sri Krsna)501
85The Lord brings back (from the abode of Death) His (six) elder brothers (throttled by Kamsa)509
86(Subhadra carried away by Arjuna;) the Lords grace on Srutadeva516
87A Song of praise uttered by the Vedas (in their living form)522
88Lord Rudra rescued (from trouble)533
89(The three chief gods put to test by the sage Bhrgu;) the Lord brings back the (dead) sons of a Brahmana537
90The Story of (the amorous sports of) Sri Krsna narrated544
Book Eleven
1The curse of the Rasis invoking the destruction of Yadu's race 551
2Narada visits Vasudeva and reproduces the dialogue between king Janaka and the nine Yogiswaras553
3A description of Maya and the means of transcending it. An exposition of Brahma and the path of Action559
4A description of the Lord's descents566
5The fate of non-devotees, different methods of the Lord's worship according to the different Yugas569
6The gods entreat the Lord to return to His divine realm and Uddhava approaches Him on the eve of the Yadus departure for Prabhasa575
7The legend of an ascetic-the story of eight (out of twenty-four) preceptors (from the earth to the pigeon) recognized by him580
8What the Avadhuta learnt from the nine preceptors588
9Story of the seven preceptors-the osprey and others; and the end of the Avadhuta's discourse591
10The emptiness of earthly and other worldly enjoyments exposed594
11The characteristics of bound and liberated souls as well as of devotees 598
12The glory of Satsanga' how to perform one's prescribed duty and how to relinquish it?604
13The teaching imparted by the Lord in the form of the divine Swan to the sage Sanaka and his three brothers608
14Glory of the path of devotion and the process of meditation described614
15Names and characteristics of the various Siddhis (mystic powers) acquired through Yoga619
16Glorious manifestation of the Lord enumerated624
17The duties pertaining to the four Varnas and four Asramas630
18The duties of anchorites and recluses638
19A dissertation on devotion, spiritual enlightenment and Yogic disciplines in the form of the five Yamas, the (five) Niyamas and so on645
20Jnanayoga, Karmayoga and Bhaktiyoga analysed651
21The process of determining what is good and what is evil and the secret underlying it656
22Categories enumerated; distinction between Prakrti and Purusa663
23The episode of a forbearing Brahmana672
24A dissertation on Sankhyayoga681
25The operation of the three Gunas described685
26The utterance of Pururava bearing on aversion for the pleasures of sense690
27The Yoga of formal worship694
28The highest truth discussed703
29The courses of conduct pleasing to the Lord; Uddhava's departure for Badarikasrama709
30Holocaust of Yadu's race715
31The Lords' ascent to His divine realm721
Book Twelve
1Lines of kings of Kaliyuga725
2The evils of Kaliyuga729
3Vanity of kings; righteous conduct for every Yuga; the means to escape the evils of Kaliyuga-loud chanting of the divine name733
4The fourfold Pralaya738
5The (final) teaching (of Sukadeva) concerning Brahma743
6(Pariksit attains the supreme goal and Janamejaya commences a snake-sacrifice;) classification of the Vedas into so many Sakhas or schools744
7Different schools of Atharvaveda and the characteristics of the Puranas753
8The sage Markandeya embarks on a course of austerities and receives a boon756
9The sage Markandeya witnesses the Lord's Maya 762
10Lord Siva confers a boon on Markandeya766
11The significance of the Lord's own limbs, attendants and weapons and a description of the retinue of the sun-god (changing every month in the course of a solar year)770
12A synopsis of (all) the twelve Skandhas (of Srimad Bhagavata) 777
13The extent of the eighteen Puranas and the glory of the Bhagavata785
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