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The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam 2 parts (bd.in 1)


The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam 2 parts (bd.in 1)

The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam 2 parts (bd.in 1)

Código del Artículo: ISL94

por Trans. into English by Swami Vijnanananda alias Hari Prasanna Chatterjee

Hard Cover (Edición: 2004)

Munshiram Manoharlal
ISBN 8121505917

Tamaño: 5.9" x 7.5"
Páginas: 1216
Weight of the Book: 1.440 Kg

Precio: Euro 46.88

From the Jacket: The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam, on the basis of its order, style and theme belongs to the genre of Mahapuranas, in spite of its exclusion from the original list of the Mahapuranas. It is to the Saktas what Srimad Devi Bhagavatam is to Vailavas. Opinions about the date of its composition vary; however it can be safely said that it attained its present shape sometime during the eleventh century AD. Its ideas trace source from all the major works of ancient India-the Vedas, the Epics and the Puranas. The translation of the voluminous text of the Srimad Devi Bhagavatam by Swami Vijnanananda is a landmark in the translation of ancient texts. This shall prove to be an invaluable boon to the students of ancient Indian history and to those interested in the study of Saktism and Tantrism in particular.



Chapter I - On the question by Saunaka and other Risis
Chapter II - On the question by Saunaka and other Risis
Chapter III - On praising the Puranas and on each Vyasa of every Dvapara Yoga
Chapter IV - On the excellency of the Devi
Chapter V - On the narrative of Hayagriva
Chapter VI - On the preparation for war by Madhu Kaitabha
Chapter VII - On the praise of the Devi
Chapter VIII - On deciding who is to be worshipped
Chapter IX - On the killing of Madhu Kaitabha
Chapter X - On Siva's granting boons
Chapter XI - On the birth of Buddha
Chapter XII - On the birth of Pururava
Chapter XIII - On Urvasi and Pururava
Chapter XIV - On the birth of Suka Deva and on the duties of householders,
Chapter XV - On the dispassion of Suka and the instructions of Bhagavati to Hari
Chapter XVI - On the Suka's desiring to go to Mithila to see Janaka
Chapter XVII - On the Suka's self-control
Chapter XVIII - On the Janaka's instruction to Suka Deva
Chapter XIX - On Suka's marriage
Chapter XX - On Vyasa doing the duties

Chapter I - On the birth of Matsyagandha
Chapter II - On the birth of Vyasa Deva
Chapter III - On the curse on the river Ganga
Chapter IV - On the birth of the Vasus
Chapter V - On the marriage of Stayavati
Chapter VI - On the birth of the Pandavas
Chapter VII - On she wing the departed ones
Chapter VIII - On the extinction of the family of Yadu and on the anecdote of Pariksit
Chapter IX - On the account of Kuru
Chapter X - On the death of Pariksit
Chapter XI- On the Sarpa Yajna
Chapter XII - On the birth of Astika

Chapter I - On the question put by Janamejaya
Chapter II - On Rudras going towards the heavens on the celestial car.
Chapter III - On seeing the Devi
Chapter IV - On the hymns of the Devi
Chapter V - On chanting hymns by Hara and Brahma
Chapter VI - On the powers of the Devi
Chapter VII - On creation
Chapter VIII - On Gunas
Chapter IX - On the characteristics of the Gunas
Chapter X - On the anecdote of Satyavrata
Chapter XI - On the Devi in the anecdote of Satya vrata
Chapter XII - On the Amba Yajna
Chapter XIII - On the Devi Yajna
Chapter XIX - On the glories of the Devi
Chapter XV - On the fight between Yudhajit and Virasena
Chapter XVI - On Yudhajit's going to the hermitage of Bharadvaja
Chapter XVII - On the story of Visvamitra
Chapter XVIII - On Svayambara of the daughter of the king of Benares
Chapter XIX - On the marriage
Chapter XX - On the Svayambara Hall
Chapter XXI - On the king of Benares fulfilling the advice of the daughter
Chapter XXII - On Sudarsana's marriage
Chapter XXIII - On killing the enemy of Sudars' an
Chapter XXIV - On the installation of Durga Devi in Benares
Chapter XXV - On the installation of the Devi in Ayodha and Benares
Chapter XXVI - On the Navaratri
Chapter XXVII - On worshipping the virgins
Chapter XXVIII - On incidents connected with Navaratri
Chapter XXIX - On the stealing of Sita
Chapter XXX - On Rama's performing the Navaratra ceremony

Chapter I - On the question put by Janamejaya regarding Krishna's incarnation
Chapter II - On the supremacy of the effects of Karma
Chapter III - On the previous curse of Vasudeva
Chapter IV - On Adharma
Chapter V - On the dialogues of Nara Narayana
Chapter VI - On the origin of Urvasi
Chapter VII - On Ahamkara
Chapter VIII - On going to the Tirthas
Chapter IX - On the fight between the Risis and Prahlada
Chapter X - On the curse on Visnu by Bhrigu
Chapter XI - On Suka's going to Mahadeva to get the Mantra
Chapter XII - On Bhrigu's curse and the dialogue between Sukracharya and the Daityas
Chapter XIII - On cheating the Daityas
Chapter XIV - On the Daitya's getting back their Sukracharya
Chapter XV - On the truce between the Daityas and the Devas
Chapter XVI - On the birth of the several Avataras of Vishnu
Chapter XVII - On the questions asked by Janamejaya
Chapter XVIII - On the Devi Earth's going to the Heavens
Chapter XIX - On chanting the hymns to the Devi
Chapter XX - On Devaki's marriage
Chapter XXI - On the killing of the sons of Devaki
Chapter XXII - On the part incarnations of the several Devas
Chapter XXIII - On the birth of Sri Krishna
Chapter XXIV - On the seating away of Pradyumna
Chapter XXV - On the Devi's Highest Supremacy

Chapter I - On the Superiority of Rudra over Visnu
Chapter II - On the birth of the Danava Mahisa
Chapter III - On the Daitya armies getting ready
Chapter IV - On the war counsels given by Indra
Chapter V - On the defeat of the Danava forces of Mahisa
Chapter VI - On the Deva Danava fight
Chapter VII - On the going to Devas to Kailasa
Chapter VIII - On the description of the origin and the Form of the Devi
Chapter IX - On the worship of the gods to the Devi
Chapter X - On the messenger's news to Mahisa
Chapter XI - On Tamras fighting with the Devi
Chapter XII - On the cabinet held by Mahisa
Chapter XIII - On the killing of Vaskala and Durmukha
Chapter XIV - On the killing of Tamra and Chiksura
Chapter XV - On the slaying of Vidalaksa and Asiloma
Chapter XVI - On the conversation between the Devi and Mahisa
Chapter XVII - On Mandodari's accounts
Chapter XVIII - On the killing of Mahisa
Chapter XIX - On the hymns to the Devi
Chapter XX - On the peace of the world
Chapter XXI - On the conquest of the Heavens by Sumbha and Nis'umbha
Chapter XXII - On praising the Devi
Chapter XXIII - On the prowess of Kaus'iki
Chapter XXIV - On Dhumralochana
Chapter XXV - On Dhumralochana killed
Chapter XXVI - On Chanda Munda killed
Chapter XXVII - On the fight of Raktabija
Chapter XXVIII - On the Devi fighting
Chapter XXIX - On the killing of Raktabija
Chapter XXX - On the killing of Nis'umbha
Chapter XXXI - On the death of S'umbha
Chapter XXXII - On the king Suratha's going to the forest
Chapter XXXIII - On the greatness of the Devi
Chapter XXXIV - On the worship of the Devi
Chapter XXXV - On the King Suratha's getting the boons and on the Vais'ya Samadhi

Chapter I - On Tris'ira's austerities
Chapter II - On the birth of Vritrasura
Chapter III - On the Deva defeat and on Vritra's tapasya
Chapter IV - On the defeat of the Devas by Vrita
Chapter V - On praising the Devi
Chapter VI - On Vritrasura slain
Chapter VII - On Indra's disguise in the Manas Lake
Chapter VIII - On Sachi's praising the Devi
Chapter IX - On Indra's getting the fruits of Brahamahatya and on the downfall of the king Nahusa
Chapter X - On the phase of Karma
Chapter XI - On the Dharma
Chapter XII - On the war between Adi and Baka
Chapter XIII - On the above fight
Chapter XIV - On the birth of Vas'istha from Mitra Varuna
Chapter XV - On Nimi's getting another body and on the Haihayas
Chapter XVI - On the Haihaya and the Bhargavas
Chapter XVII - On the continuance of Bhrigu's family
Chapter XVIII - On the origin of the Haihayas
Chapter XIX - On the Haihayas born of a mare
Chapter XX - On the son born of mare by Hari
Chapter XXI - On the installation of Ekavira
Chapter XXII - On stealing away Ekavali
Chapter XXIII - On the war between Haihaya and Kalaketu
Chapter XXIV - On Viksepa Sakti
Chapter XXV - On the cause of Moha of Vyasa
Chapter XXVI - On Narada's Moha
Chapter XXVII - On Narada's marriage
Chapter XXVIII - On Narada, a woman
Chapter XXIX - On Narada again a man
Chapter XXX - On the glory of Maha Maya
Chapter XXXI - On Maha Maya

Chapter I - On the Solar and Lunar Kings

Chapter II - On the piereing of the eyes of Chyavana Muni
Chapter III - The King Saryatis giving his daughter in marriage to Chyavana Muni
Chapter IV - On Sukanya and As'vin's
Chapter V - On Chyavana's getting his youth
Chapter VI - On the As'vins getting the right to drink Soma
Chapter VII - On the As'vin's drinking the Soma cup
Chapter VIII - On the King Revata and the Solar Dynasty
Chapter IX - On the story of Kakutstha and on Mandhata
Chapter X - On Satyavrata
Chapter XI - On Tris'anku
Chapter XII - On Vas'istha's curse on Tris'anku
Chapter XIII - Vis'vamitra helping Tris'anku
Chapter XIV - On Tris'anku going to the Heavens
Chapter XV - On the King Haris'chandra
Chapter XVI - On Sunahs'epha
Chapter XVII - On Sunahs'epha freed and Haris'chandra cured
Chapter XVIII - On the quarrel between Haris'chandra and Vis'vamitra
Chapter XIX - On Haris'chandra's kingdom taken
Chapter XX - On Haris'chandra playing his Daksina
Chapter XXI - On the sorrows of Haris'chandra
Chapter XXII - On selling Haris'chandra's wife
Chapter XXIII - On Haris'chandra as a salve of the Chandala
Chapter XXIV - On Haris'chandra in the burning Ghat of Kasi
Chapter XXV - On the quarrels between Haris'chandra and Vis'vamitra
Chapter XXVI - On the sorrows of Haris'chandra
Chapter XXVII - On Haris'chandra's going to the Heavens
Chapter XXVIII - On the glory of Sataksi Devi
Chapter XXIX - On the Devi's birth in the Daksa's house
Chapter XXX - On the birth of Gauri and Siva's distraction
Chapter XXXI - On the birth of Parvati
Chapter XXXII - On the Self Realisation spoken by the Devi
Chapter XXXIII - On the Devi's Virat Rupa
Chapter XXXIV - On the Final Emancipation
Chapter XXXV - On the Yoga and Mantra Siddhi
Chapter XXXVI - On the knowledge of Brahman
Chapter XXXVII - On Bhakti
Chapter XXXVIII - On the vows and the sacred places of the Devi
Chapter XXXIX - On the worship of the Devi
Chapter XL - On the outer worship of the Devi

Chapter I - On the description of the worlds
Chapter II - On the Earth raised by the Boar
Chapter III - On Manu's family
Chapter IV - On the family of Priyavrata
Chapter V - On mountains and rivers
Chapter VI - On the rivers and mountains
Chapter VII - On the Ganges and the Varsas
Chapter VIII - On Ilavrita
Chapter IX - On the divisions of the continent
Chapter X - On Bhuvanakosa
Chapter XI - On the continents and Bharatavarsa
Chapter XII - On Dvipas
Chapter XIII - On Dvipas
Chapter XIV - On the Lokaloka
Chapter XV - On the motion of the sun
Chapter XVI - On the motions of the planets
Chapter XVII - On the Dhruvva Mandalam
Chapter XVIII - On the Rahu
Chapter XIX - On the nether regions
Chapter XX - On the narrative of Talatala
Chapter XXI - On the narrative of hells
Chapter XXII - On the sins
Chapter XXIII - on the remaining hells
Chapter XXIV - On the Devi Puja

Chapter I - On the description of Prakriti
Chapter II - On the origin of Prakrit and Purusa
Chapter III - On the origin of Brahma, Visnu, Mahes'a and others
Chapter IV - On the hymn, worship and Kavacha of Sarasvati
Chapter V - On Sarasvati Stotra
Chapter VI - On the coming in this world of Lakshmi, Ganga and Sarasvati
Chapter VII - On the curses on Ganga, Lakshmi and Sarasvati
Chapter VIII - On the Greatness of Kali
Chapter IX - On the origin of the Sakti of the Earth
Chapter X - On the offences caused to the Earth and punishments thereof
Chapter XI - On the origin of the Ganga
Chapter XII - On the origin of the Ganga
Chapter XIII - On the anecdote of the Ganga
Chapter XIV - On Ganga, as the wife of Narayana
Chapter XV - On the anecdote of Tulasi
Chapter XVI - On the incarnation of Maha Lakshmi in the house of Kus'adhvaja
Chapter XVII - On the anecdote of Tulasi
Chapter XVIII - On the union of Sankhachuda with Tulasi
Chapter XIX - On the going to the Devas to vaikuntha after Tulasi's marriage with Sankhachuda
Chapter XX - On the was preparation of Sankhachuda
Chapter XXI - On the war between Maha Deva and Sankhachuda
Chapter XXII- On the fight between the Devas and Sankhachuda
Chapter XXIII - On the killing of Sankhachuda
Chapter XXIV - On the glory of Tulasi
Chapter XXV - On the worship of Tulasi
Chapter XXVI - On Savitri
Chapter XXVII - On the birth, etc., of Savitri
Chapter XXVIII - On Savitri
Chapter XXIX - On Savitri, on gifts, and on Karmas
Chapter XXX - On the conversation between Savitri and Yama
Chapter XXXI - On Yama's giving the Sakti Mantra to Savitri
Chapter XXXII - On various hells
Chapter XXXIII - On the destinies of the sinners
Chapter XXXIV - On various hells
Chapter XXXV - On various hells
Chapter XXXVI - On having no fear of Yama of those who are the Panchopasakas
Chapter XXXVII - On the Eighty-Six Kundas
Chapter XXXVIII - On the glories of the Devi
Chapter XXXIX - On Maha Lakshmi
Chapter XL - On the birth of Lakshmi
Chapter XLI - On the churning of the ocean
Chapter XLII - On the stotram of Maha Lakshmi
Chapter XLIII - On Svaha
Chapter XLIV - On Svadha
Chapter XLV - On Daksina
Chapter XLVI - On Sasthi Devi
Chapter XLVII - On Manasa
Chapter XLVIII - On Manasa
Chapter XLIX - On Surabhi
Chapter L - On the glory of Sakti Notes on Sakti and the Saktas

Chapter I - On Svayambhuva Manu
Chapter II - On the conversation between Narada and the Bindhya Mountain
Chapter III - On Bindhya's obstructing the Sun's Course in the Heavens
Chapter IV - On the Devas' going to Maha Deva
Chapter V - On the Devas' going to Visnu
Chapter VI - On the Devas' praying to the Muni Agastya
Chapter VII - On the checking of the rise of the Bindhya
Chapter VIII - On the Origin of Manu
Chapter IX - On the anecdote of Chaksusa Manu
Chapter X - On the history of the king Suratha
Chapter XI - On Madhu Kaitabha killed
Chapter XII - On Savarni Manu
Chapter XIII - On Bhramari Devi

Chapter I - On the Morning Duties
Chapter II - On clearing the body
Chapter III - On the glories of the Rudraksa beads
Chapter IV - On the greatness of the Rudraksam
Chapter V - On the Rudraksam rosaries
Chapter VI - On the greatness of Rudraksam
Chapter VII - On the different number of facets of Rudraksams
Chapter VIII - On Bhuta Suddhi
Chapter IX - On the rules of Sirovrata
Chapter X - On Gauna Bhasma
Chapter XI - On the three kinds of Bhasmas
Chapter XII - On holding the Tripundrams
Chapter XIII - On the greatness of Bhasma
Chapter XIV - On holding the Bibhuti
Chapter XV - On using the Tripundra and Urdhapundra
Chapter XVI - On the Sandhya Upasana
Chapter XVII - On the Sandhya and other daily practices
Chapter XVIII - On the greatness of the Devi Puja
Chapter XIX - On the mid-day Sandhya
Chapter XX - On the Brahma Yajna, Sandhyas, etc.
Chapter XXI - On the Gayatri Puras'charnam
Chapter XXII - On the Vais'adeva
Chapter XXIII - On the Tepta Krichchhra Vrata
Chapter XXIV - On Sadachara

Chapter I - On the description of the Gayatri
Chapter II - On the description of the Saktis of the Gayatri
Chapter III - On the Gayatri Kavacham
Chapter IV - On the Gayatri Hridayam
Chapter V - On the Gayatri Stotram
Chapter VI - On the one thousand and eight names of Gayatri
Chapter VII - On the Diksa vidhi (Initiation)
Chapter VIII - On the appearance of the Highest Sakti
Chapter IX - On the cause of Faith in the other Devas than the Devi Gayatri
Chapter X - On the description of the Mani Dvipa
Chapter XI - On the enclosures walls of the Mani Dvipa
Chapter XII - On the description of the Mani Dvipa
Chapter XIII - On Janamejaya's Devi Yajna
Chapter XIV - On the fruits of hearing, etc, this Puranam

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Devi-Bhagavata Purana (Sanskrit, n., देवी भागवतपुराण, Devī Bhāgavatapurāṇa, "the old book of the Goddess"), also known as Shrimad Devi Bhagvatam or Devi Bhagavatam, is one of the most important work in Shaktism, the veneration in Hinduism of the divine feminine, next to Devi Mahatmya.[1] Although the Devi-Bhagavata Purana is considered as a Upapurana (secondary Purana) by many, the text claims itself a Maha Purana ("Great Purana").[2]

The Devi-Bhagavata Purana is one of the Puranic works that are not necessarily authoritative for all Hindus, but that have special importance for the Shakta sect within Hinduism. The text describes the Devi, the Goddess, as the foundation of the world and as identical with Brahman, the Supreme Being. As the divine mother, she reveals her virat rupa (universal form) (Book 7, Chapter 33) and describes the proper ways for worshipping her: especially the practice of Yoga, Meditation (Book 7, Chapter 35), and Ritual (Book 7, Chapter 39). The Devi-Bhagavata Purana also deals with topics like spiritual knowledge, social and personal ethics, and holy places.



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According to a statement mentioned in the text (i.2.11-16), Devi-Bhagavata Purana consists of 12 skandhas (books), 318 adhyayas (chapters) and 18,000 verses and it is ascribed to the mythical sage Krishna Dvaipayana Veda Vyasa,[3] who is also regarded as the author of the Mahabharata and who is credited with dividing the Vedas into four parts.

The first skandha consists of 20 chapters. The first three chapters of the first skandha deal with the praise of Suta by Shaunaka for studying the eighteen puranas from Veda Vyasa and on the request of Shaunaka, Suta's beginning of narration. Chapters 4-19 describe the narrative of Śuka. The last chapter narrates the story of the Mahabharata from the marriage of Shantanu with Satyavati to the birth of Dhritarashtra, Pandu and Vidura.[3]

The second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh skandhas consist of 12, 30, 25, 35, 31 and 40 chapters respectively. The last nine chapters (31-40) of the seventh skandha is known as the Devi Gita. It is a dialogue between Parvati and her father Himavat. It deals with the universal form of the Devi, meditations on the major texts of Upanishads, ashtanga-yoga, the yogas of jnana, karma and bhakti, locations of the temples dedicated to the Devi and the rituals pertaining to her worship. The eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth skandhas have 24, 50, 13, 24 and 14 chapters respectively.

Like other Puranas, the Devi-Bhagavata Purana contains narratives, sections praising the Devi as supreme, and instructions in various types of sadhana. Parts of it have worked their way into popular Hinduism, such as the narrative of the goddess Durga in her fight against the buffalo-demon Mahishasura (Book 5, Chapters 2-18), which is also described in the Devi Mahatmya. This narrative provides the mythological backdrop for the annual ritual called Durga Puja, celebrated especially in Bengal. (seguir leyendo)

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 Devi-Bhagavata Purana (sánscrito, N., देवीभागवतपुराण, Devī Bhāgavatapurāṇa, " libro antiguo de la Goddess"), también conocido como Shrimad Devi Bhagvatam o Devi Bhagavatam, es uno del trabajo más importante del Shaktism, la veneración en el Hinduism del divino femenino, al lado de Devi Mahatmya.

[1] Aunque el Devi-Bhagavata Purana sea considerado como Upapurana (Purana secundario) por muchos, el texto pide ser un Maha Purana ("Un Gran Purana").

[2] El Devi-Bhagavata Purana es uno de los trabajos de purana que no son necesariamente autoritarios para todo los Hindus, sino que tiene una importancia especial para la secta de los Shaktas dentro del Hinduism. El texto describe a la Devi, la diosa, como la fundación del mundo y la idéntica con el Brahman, el supremo. Como la madre divina, ella revela su rupa del virat (forma universal) (libro 7, el capítulo 33) y describe las maneras apropiadas para adorarla: especialmente la práctica del yoga, de la meditación (libro 7, capítulo 35), y del ritual (libro 7, capítulo 39). El Devi-Bhagavata Purana también se ocupa de asuntos como conocimiento espiritual, los éticas sociales y personales, y los lugares santos. Contenido [piel] Contenido 1 2 notas 3 vea también 4 acoplamientos externos [corrija] contenido Según una declaración mencionada en el texto (i.2.11-16), Devi-Bhagavata Purana consiste en 12 skandhas (libros), 318 adhyayas (los capítulos) y 18.000 versos y él se atribuye al Krishna sabio mítico Dvaipayana Veda Vyasa,

[3] que también se mira mientras que el autor del Mahabharata y que se acredita con la división del Vedas en cuatro porciones. El primer skandha consiste en 20 capítulos. Los primeros tres capítulos del primer reparto del skandha con la alabanza de Suta de Shaunaka para estudiar los dieciocho puranas de Veda Vyasa y en la petición de Shaunaka, Suta' principio de s de la narración. Los capítulos 4-19 describen la narrativa de Śuka. El capítulo pasado narra la historia del Mahabharata de la unión de Shantanu con Satyavati al nacimiento de Dhritarashtra, de Pandu y de Vidura. [3] Los segundos, terceros, cuartos, quintos, sextos y séptimos skandhas consisten en 12, 30, 25, 35, 31 y 40 capítulos respectivamente. Los nueve capítulos pasados (31-40) del séptimo skandha se conocen como el Devi Gita. Es un diálogo entre Parvati y su padre Himavat. Se ocupa de la forma universal del Devi, las meditaciones en los textos principales de Upanishads, ashtanga-yoga, las yogas del jnana, las karmas y bhakti, las localizaciones de los templos dedicados al Devi y los rituales referente a ella adoración. Los octavos, novenos, décimos, undécimo, y duodécimos skandhas tienen 24, 50, 13, 24 y 14 capítulos respectivamente. Como el otro Puranas, el Devi-Bhagavata Purana contiene narrativas, las secciones que elogian el Devi como supremo, y las instrucciones en varios tipos de sadhana. Las partes de él han trabajado su manera en Hinduism popular, tal como la narrativa de la diosa Durga en su lucha contra el búfalo-demonio Mahishasura (libro 5, capítulos 2-18), que también se describe en el Devi Mahatmya. Esta narrativa proporciona el contexto mitológico para el Durga llamado ritual anual Puja, celebrado especialmente en Bengala.

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