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Bhagavata Purana (Set of 2 Volumes)
Bhagavata Purana (Set of 2 Volumes)
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About the Book

The Bhagavata Purana is a living embodiment of Lord Narayana and is believed to bestow moksha merely by being heard. It consumes the sins of a million lives, it ushers untold fortune, and it is said to be the rarest treasure on earth.

Maharishi Vyasa finds no peace even after composing the awe—inspiring Mahabharata. Narada Muni says to him, ‘You have described the human life, its strife and its ends, but you have not yet described the Lord himself. You must turn your great gift to that task; only then will you find peace.’

The second volume of the Bhagavata Purana deals almost entirely with the life of Krishna, the eighth avatara of Lord Vishnu—from an innocent toddler to a shrewd ruler and mediator, from his childhood days in Gokul to his defeating Kamsa, from his dalliances -with gopis to his marriages to Rukmini and others. To read this Purana is to be with Krishna.

Veda Vyasa composes the Bhagavata Purana. He teaches it to his illumined son Suka, who then narrates the ‘Secret Purana’ to King Parikshit on the banks of the Ganga.

Contents To The First Volume

AcknowledgementXVII
Skandha 11
In the Naimisa vana3
Narada nad Bhakti5
The Secret Purana11
Atmaveda the Brahmana17
The two brothers22
Sakadha 231
Vyasa and Naraa33
Narada's past life36
The story of Parikshit40
A sudra a bull and a Cow41
The curse44
On the banks of the ganga47
Virata purusha50
The way of dhyana52
Narada Questions brahma56
Creation59
The avataras of the lord63
Whom the lord blesses67
Parikshit'a questions70
Suka replies72
Sakadha 375
Krishna uddhava and vidura77
The beginning of creation79
Adi varaha83
Daksha's daughter diti85
The arrogant dwarapalakas88
Kardama's penance97
Devahuti102
The perfect wife105
Kapila vasudeva110
Devahuti and her son113
Samkhya: the teachings of kapila117
The Ashtanga yoga the eight-fold path125
Bhakti yoga and the power of time129
Samsara and the Narakas133
The Torments of the jiva the rajasi gati136
Bhaktiyoga the high road139
The enlightenment of devahuti142
Skandha 4147
Svayambhuva manu's daughters149
Daksha and siva155
On kailasa159
The razing of daksha's yagna166
The mercy of siva169
The tale of dhruva177
Dhruva invades alaka188
The decendants of dhruva195
Vena descendants of Prithu200
Prithu's anger at the earth208
Prithu's asvamedha yagnas213
The sons of prighu227
The prachetases246
Skandha 5249
Priyavrata251
Agnidhra255
Nabhi and the birth of rishabha258
Bharata the great267
Jada bharata271
The palanquin bearer276
Bharata's Dynasty284
The geography of legend287
The six other dwipas297
The sun303
The moon and the planets305
Vishnupada: Dhruva and the sishumara chakra307
The narakas314
Skandha 6319
The story of ajamila321
The descendants of daksha330
Brihaspati forsakes the devas339
Vritrasura346
Indra355
The curse of parvati367
The birth of the maruts370
Skandha 7379
The lord is not partial381
Diti consoled385
Hiranyakashyapu's tapasya391
Hiranyakashyapu's and prahlada395
Prahlada's sermon405
Knowing the self409
The death of hiranyakashyapu415
The hymn of prahlada422
The story of prahlada431
The varnas of men and their dharma438
The dharma of brahmacharins and vanaprasthas443
The sannyasi's way447
The way of the grihasta453
Moksha the final ideal458
Skandha 8467
The first four manvantaras469
The lord of elephants in danger473
The Hymn of Gajendra477
The lineage of Gajendra481
Before the churning of the kshirasagara485
The later hymn of brahma492
Kaalakuta497
Lakshmi amrita and mohini504
The dinking of the amrita511
Devasura yuddha515
Victory521
Mohini526
The last seven manvantaras532
The manvantaras536
The ascent of mahabali538
Kashyapa teaches aditi the payovrata544
Aditi's vision551
Vamana comes to mahabali's yagna555
What the vamna wanted559
The vamana reveals himself564
Bali bound569
Bali saved572
Balid goes to sutala576
The matsya avatara580
Skandha 9587
The tale of sudyumna589
Manu's other sons and their descendants594
The line of saryaati598
The tale of ambareesha604
Durvasa and Ambareesha612
The line of Ambareesha616
The line of mandhata623
The legend of sagara627
Amshuman to khatvaanga631
Rama avatara638
Uttara Ramayana648
Kussa and his descendants654
The lineage of nimi656
Pururavas of the house of the moon659
The legend of parasurama665
The bloodletting670
Pururavas other descendants674
Yayati and devayani676
Yayati 's relinquishment681
Dushyanta and bharata684
Ranti deva the kind one689
Bheeshma kuru the pandavas and others693
The sons of yayati and their sons699
The lineage of krishna704
Content To The Second Volume

Skandha 10711
Krishna713
Before the lord's birth720
The birth of krishna726
The devi732
In gokula737
Putana moksha740
Shakatasura and trinavarta745
Krishna 's boyhood750
Damodara756
The salvation of kubera's sons760
Leaving gokula: The slaying of vatsa and baka766
The liberation of aghasura773
Brahma tests krishna779
Brahma's stotra786
Dhenuka moksa795
The chastening of kaliya801
More about kaliya809
Pralamba812
Another fire in the forest816
The seasons818
The song of the gopis824
The gopis colthes828
Moksha for the brahmana wives833
The indra yagna840
A mountain lifted844
They declare he is god847
Krishna govinda850
The vision of brahman and vaikuntha854
Rasalila: With the gopis856
The gopis separated from krishna863
The song of the gopis868
krishna reppears872
Raasa krida: the dance of love876
The salvation of sudarshana and sankhachuda882
Yugala gitam'886
Kamsa's resolve889
The slaying of kesin and vyomasura896
Akrura comes to gokula900
Department for mathura906
Akrura hymns krishna913
In mathura918
Before the wrestling924
Kuvalayapida929
The death of kamsa934
After kamsa's death940
Uddhava goes to vraja946
Uddhava goes to gopis952
Trivakra and akrura962
Akrura's mission966
Jarasandha970
Muchukunda finds grace977
Jarasandha again and the message from Rukmini983
Rhe abducation of Rukmini988
Krishna marries Rukmini994
The birth of pradyumna1000
The syamantaka1004
The latter story of the syamantaka1008
The wives of krishna1012
The slaying of Naraka1019
Krishna tests Rukmini1025
The killing of Rukmini1033
Aniruddha and usha1038
The rescue of aniruddha1042
The tale of nrige1047
Balarama and yamuna1052
Paundraka1056
Dwividha1061
Samba and the kurus1064
Krishna the grihasta1070
Two messengers in dwaraka1076
To indraprastha1082
Jarasandha1089
The liberated kings1095
Sishupala of chedi1099
The humiliation of duryodhana1105
Salva1111
Salva dies1120
Dantavakra moksha1125
The killing of balvala and balarama's tirtha yatra1129
The tale of sridama1135
Grace1141
Festival at samantapanchaka1148
Krishna's wives speak of him1154
Vasudeva's yagna at samantapanchaka1162
Krishna and his parents1170
The marrieage of subhadra and the tale of srutadeva1178
The vedas1189
The tale of vrikasura and rudra1194
The brahmana's children1201
Krishna the perfect1208
Skandha 111209
A final task1211
The sermon of the navayogis1215
The sermon of the navayogis (Continued)122
The sermon of the navayogis (Continued)1230
The sermon of the navayosis (continued)1235
Krishna near the end of his avatara1242
Uddhava gita: The avadhuta's Sermon on his gurus1248
Dattatreya's sermon on his gurus (continued)1255
Dattatreya's sermon on his gurus (continued)1260
The limitations of vedic ritualism1265
Of freedom and bodage1270
Satsangha: the association with holy men1276
The song of the hamsa1280
Bhakti as the supreme way1285
Siddhis: Occult powers1290
Manifestations of golry1295
Varnasrama: the brahmacharin and the girhasta1300
Varnasrama: Vanaprastha and sannyasa1307
The spiritual goal exhaustively1314
Bhakti gyana and karma yoga1321
The realm of paapa and punya1326
The atman1333
The songa of the medicant1341
Creation and disscolution1348
Feedom from the gunas1352
On avoiding evil company1356
Kriya yoga the rites of devotion1360
Gyan yoga the way fo konwledge1366
Krishna's last teaching to uddhava1372
The end of the yadavas1378
After krishna leaves the world1383
Skandha 121389
Royal dynasties and their degeneration1389
The advance of the kali yuga1393
Overcoming the evils of the kali yuga1398
The four pralayas1404
Sri suka's final words1409
The Emancipation of parikshit1411
The puranas1419
The greatness of markandeya1422
Markandeya's vision1428
Markandeya and siva1432
Viswarupa1436
The skandhas of the bhagavata purana1441
Final salutations1447

Bhagavata Purana (Set of 2 Volumes)

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The Bhagavata Purana is a living embodiment of Lord Narayana and is believed to bestow moksha merely by being heard. It consumes the sins of a million lives, it ushers untold fortune, and it is said to be the rarest treasure on earth.

Maharishi Vyasa finds no peace even after composing the awe—inspiring Mahabharata. Narada Muni says to him, ‘You have described the human life, its strife and its ends, but you have not yet described the Lord himself. You must turn your great gift to that task; only then will you find peace.’

The second volume of the Bhagavata Purana deals almost entirely with the life of Krishna, the eighth avatara of Lord Vishnu—from an innocent toddler to a shrewd ruler and mediator, from his childhood days in Gokul to his defeating Kamsa, from his dalliances -with gopis to his marriages to Rukmini and others. To read this Purana is to be with Krishna.

Veda Vyasa composes the Bhagavata Purana. He teaches it to his illumined son Suka, who then narrates the ‘Secret Purana’ to King Parikshit on the banks of the Ganga.

Contents To The First Volume

AcknowledgementXVII
Skandha 11
In the Naimisa vana3
Narada nad Bhakti5
The Secret Purana11
Atmaveda the Brahmana17
The two brothers22
Sakadha 231
Vyasa and Naraa33
Narada's past life36
The story of Parikshit40
A sudra a bull and a Cow41
The curse44
On the banks of the ganga47
Virata purusha50
The way of dhyana52
Narada Questions brahma56
Creation59
The avataras of the lord63
Whom the lord blesses67
Parikshit'a questions70
Suka replies72
Sakadha 375
Krishna uddhava and vidura77
The beginning of creation79
Adi varaha83
Daksha's daughter diti85
The arrogant dwarapalakas88
Kardama's penance97
Devahuti102
The perfect wife105
Kapila vasudeva110
Devahuti and her son113
Samkhya: the teachings of kapila117
The Ashtanga yoga the eight-fold path125
Bhakti yoga and the power of time129
Samsara and the Narakas133
The Torments of the jiva the rajasi gati136
Bhaktiyoga the high road139
The enlightenment of devahuti142
Skandha 4147
Svayambhuva manu's daughters149
Daksha and siva155
On kailasa159
The razing of daksha's yagna166
The mercy of siva169
The tale of dhruva177
Dhruva invades alaka188
The decendants of dhruva195
Vena descendants of Prithu200
Prithu's anger at the earth208
Prithu's asvamedha yagnas213
The sons of prighu227
The prachetases246
Skandha 5249
Priyavrata251
Agnidhra255
Nabhi and the birth of rishabha258
Bharata the great267
Jada bharata271
The palanquin bearer276
Bharata's Dynasty284
The geography of legend287
The six other dwipas297
The sun303
The moon and the planets305
Vishnupada: Dhruva and the sishumara chakra307
The narakas314
Skandha 6319
The story of ajamila321
The descendants of daksha330
Brihaspati forsakes the devas339
Vritrasura346
Indra355
The curse of parvati367
The birth of the maruts370
Skandha 7379
The lord is not partial381
Diti consoled385
Hiranyakashyapu's tapasya391
Hiranyakashyapu's and prahlada395
Prahlada's sermon405
Knowing the self409
The death of hiranyakashyapu415
The hymn of prahlada422
The story of prahlada431
The varnas of men and their dharma438
The dharma of brahmacharins and vanaprasthas443
The sannyasi's way447
The way of the grihasta453
Moksha the final ideal458
Skandha 8467
The first four manvantaras469
The lord of elephants in danger473
The Hymn of Gajendra477
The lineage of Gajendra481
Before the churning of the kshirasagara485
The later hymn of brahma492
Kaalakuta497
Lakshmi amrita and mohini504
The dinking of the amrita511
Devasura yuddha515
Victory521
Mohini526
The last seven manvantaras532
The manvantaras536
The ascent of mahabali538
Kashyapa teaches aditi the payovrata544
Aditi's vision551
Vamana comes to mahabali's yagna555
What the vamna wanted559
The vamana reveals himself564
Bali bound569
Bali saved572
Balid goes to sutala576
The matsya avatara580
Skandha 9587
The tale of sudyumna589
Manu's other sons and their descendants594
The line of saryaati598
The tale of ambareesha604
Durvasa and Ambareesha612
The line of Ambareesha616
The line of mandhata623
The legend of sagara627
Amshuman to khatvaanga631
Rama avatara638
Uttara Ramayana648
Kussa and his descendants654
The lineage of nimi656
Pururavas of the house of the moon659
The legend of parasurama665
The bloodletting670
Pururavas other descendants674
Yayati and devayani676
Yayati 's relinquishment681
Dushyanta and bharata684
Ranti deva the kind one689
Bheeshma kuru the pandavas and others693
The sons of yayati and their sons699
The lineage of krishna704
Content To The Second Volume

Skandha 10711
Krishna713
Before the lord's birth720
The birth of krishna726
The devi732
In gokula737
Putana moksha740
Shakatasura and trinavarta745
Krishna 's boyhood750
Damodara756
The salvation of kubera's sons760
Leaving gokula: The slaying of vatsa and baka766
The liberation of aghasura773
Brahma tests krishna779
Brahma's stotra786
Dhenuka moksa795
The chastening of kaliya801
More about kaliya809
Pralamba812
Another fire in the forest816
The seasons818
The song of the gopis824
The gopis colthes828
Moksha for the brahmana wives833
The indra yagna840
A mountain lifted844
They declare he is god847
Krishna govinda850
The vision of brahman and vaikuntha854
Rasalila: With the gopis856
The gopis separated from krishna863
The song of the gopis868
krishna reppears872
Raasa krida: the dance of love876
The salvation of sudarshana and sankhachuda882
Yugala gitam'886
Kamsa's resolve889
The slaying of kesin and vyomasura896
Akrura comes to gokula900
Department for mathura906
Akrura hymns krishna913
In mathura918
Before the wrestling924
Kuvalayapida929
The death of kamsa934
After kamsa's death940
Uddhava goes to vraja946
Uddhava goes to gopis952
Trivakra and akrura962
Akrura's mission966
Jarasandha970
Muchukunda finds grace977
Jarasandha again and the message from Rukmini983
Rhe abducation of Rukmini988
Krishna marries Rukmini994
The birth of pradyumna1000
The syamantaka1004
The latter story of the syamantaka1008
The wives of krishna1012
The slaying of Naraka1019
Krishna tests Rukmini1025
The killing of Rukmini1033
Aniruddha and usha1038
The rescue of aniruddha1042
The tale of nrige1047
Balarama and yamuna1052
Paundraka1056
Dwividha1061
Samba and the kurus1064
Krishna the grihasta1070
Two messengers in dwaraka1076
To indraprastha1082
Jarasandha1089
The liberated kings1095
Sishupala of chedi1099
The humiliation of duryodhana1105
Salva1111
Salva dies1120
Dantavakra moksha1125
The killing of balvala and balarama's tirtha yatra1129
The tale of sridama1135
Grace1141
Festival at samantapanchaka1148
Krishna's wives speak of him1154
Vasudeva's yagna at samantapanchaka1162
Krishna and his parents1170
The marrieage of subhadra and the tale of srutadeva1178
The vedas1189
The tale of vrikasura and rudra1194
The brahmana's children1201
Krishna the perfect1208
Skandha 111209
A final task1211
The sermon of the navayogis1215
The sermon of the navayogis (Continued)122
The sermon of the navayogis (Continued)1230
The sermon of the navayosis (continued)1235
Krishna near the end of his avatara1242
Uddhava gita: The avadhuta's Sermon on his gurus1248
Dattatreya's sermon on his gurus (continued)1255
Dattatreya's sermon on his gurus (continued)1260
The limitations of vedic ritualism1265
Of freedom and bodage1270
Satsangha: the association with holy men1276
The song of the hamsa1280
Bhakti as the supreme way1285
Siddhis: Occult powers1290
Manifestations of golry1295
Varnasrama: the brahmacharin and the girhasta1300
Varnasrama: Vanaprastha and sannyasa1307
The spiritual goal exhaustively1314
Bhakti gyana and karma yoga1321
The realm of paapa and punya1326
The atman1333
The songa of the medicant1341
Creation and disscolution1348
Feedom from the gunas1352
On avoiding evil company1356
Kriya yoga the rites of devotion1360
Gyan yoga the way fo konwledge1366
Krishna's last teaching to uddhava1372
The end of the yadavas1378
After krishna leaves the world1383
Skandha 121389
Royal dynasties and their degeneration1389
The advance of the kali yuga1393
Overcoming the evils of the kali yuga1398
The four pralayas1404
Sri suka's final words1409
The Emancipation of parikshit1411
The puranas1419
The greatness of markandeya1422
Markandeya's vision1428
Markandeya and siva1432
Viswarupa1436
The skandhas of the bhagavata purana1441
Final salutations1447
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