The Skanda-Purana: Ancient Indian Tradition And Mythology - Volume 65, Part XVII

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Title:The Skanda-Purana: Ancient Indian Tradition And Mythology - Volume 65, Part XVII

ISBN:9788120818729

Author:Dr. G. V. Tagare

Editor:Dr. G. P. Bhatt

Publisher:Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

Publish Year:2012

Edition:Reprint Edition

Cover:Hard Back

Subject:Hinduism | Vedas/ Puranas | Mythology

Language:English

Pages:781

Size:146 x 224 mm

Weight(gms):610

Price:USD 14.12

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  • It is the biggest among Puranas. Named after Skanda, son of Siva, this Purana expounds doctrines and worship of Siva. It also contains legends of Siva, especially his battles with Daityas and Danavs. There are section of Yoga, Dhyana (Meditation) and Jnana (Knowledge). It describes Siva temples in and around Varanasi. It is encyclopaedic in character and throws light on different topics of general interest. This Purana is divided in to Seven Khandas: Mahesvara, Brahma, Vaisnava, Kasi, Avantya, Nagara and Prabhasa. While the first three include episodes related to Trinity, the last four deal with the holy places of pilgrimage, the meaning and significance thereof and the anecdotes illustrating the same. Skanda is the biggest among the Mahapuranas. It is in 23 parts and starts with 49 Volume of the series on Ancient Indian tradition and mythology. So far 17 parts have been brought out.

    Dr. G. V. Tagare

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