Sri Sri Brahmanda Purana | Nandakumar Kabiratna Bhattacharya | Tara Library


  • Type: Book
  • Genre: Spiritual Books
  • Author: Nandakumar Kabiratna Bhattacharya
  • Publisher: Tara Library
  • ISBN: N/A
  • Book Edition: Hardcover
  • Language: Bengali

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About Brahmanda Purana

The Brahmanda Purana is one of the eighteen Mahapuranas, a genre of ancient Hindu texts that are considered to be among the most important scriptures in Hinduism. The Puranas are a vast collection of texts that contain a wide range of topics, including cosmology, mythology, genealogy, legends, philosophy, and religious rituals.

The Brahmanda Purana is named after the Brahmanda, which means “cosmic egg” or “universe” in Sanskrit. It is believed to have been composed around the 4th century CE, although its exact date of composition and authorship remain uncertain. Like other Puranas, it is considered to be a compilation of earlier traditions and texts that were passed down orally through generations.

The Brahmanda Purana is divided into two parts, called the ‘Poorva Bhaga’ (first part) and ‘Uttara Bhaga’ (second part). The Poorva Bhaga contains cosmological and mythological topics, describing the creation of the universe, the genealogy of gods and sages, legends of various deities, and the story of Lord Rama. The Uttara Bhaga focuses on religious rituals, pilgrimage sites, and moral teachings.

One of the significant sections of the Brahmanda Purana is the Upodghata Pada, which consists of 116 chapters dedicated to the topics of Yoga, meditation, and spiritual liberation. It provides guidance on various aspects of spiritual practice, including asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), and dhyana (meditation).

As with other Puranas, the Brahmanda Purana serves multiple purposes. It not only provides religious and mythological narratives but also serves as a guide for religious rituals, social customs, and ethical conduct. It is considered an essential scripture for those seeking knowledge of Hindu cosmology, theology, and spiritual practices.

It’s important to note that while the Brahmanda Purana is highly revered in Hinduism, interpretations and beliefs may vary among different sects and individuals.