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The Garuda Purana is one of the eighteen Puranas and is a Hindu mythological text. It is named after Garuda, who is the vehicle of Lord Vishnu. This book is believed to have been composed between the 8th and 10th centuries. The Garuda Purana has three parts – Purva Khanda, Madhyama Khanda, and Uttara Khanda.
The Purva Khanda discusses the creation of the universe, the various realms of existence, and the various types of karma and their consequences. It also includes mythology and stories about the gods, sages, and demons.
The Madhyama Khanda focuses on funeral rites and rituals, including the different stages of death and the journey of the soul after death. It also discusses various yogic practices and their benefits.
The Uttara Khanda deals with topics such as astronomy, astrology, and the science of medicine. It also includes prophecies about future events and the end of the world. Overall, the Garuda Purana provides a comprehensive view of Hindu beliefs and practices. It is a valuable resource for understanding Hindu mythology, philosophy, and culture.
Sri Chandrasekhar Nanda is a renowned scholar and writer in Odisha, India. He has written several books on Hindu mythology and philosophy, including a translation of the Bhagavad Gita into Odia. He has received several prestigious awards for his contributions to literature and culture.
|Book Title||Garuda Purana(ଗରୁଡ ପୁରାଣ)|
|No of Pages||80|
|Author||Sri Chandrasekhar Nanda|
|Publisher||Binapani Pustak Bhandar|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 16x25x1|