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Brahma Purana is considered to be the first Purana out of 18 Puranas, which are also called Mahapuranas. In the Brahma Purana, the origin of creation, the origin of water, the appearance of Brahma, and the births of gods and demons have been described in detail. In the Brahma Purana, the description of the Sun dynasty and the moon dynasty, the description of the lineage of Yayati or Puru is also found. The story of Rama-Krishna is also described by telling about the development of the human race from the description of the Puru dynasty. While describing the incarnation of Rama Krishna in the Brahma Purana, Avatarism has been respected. The description of incarnations like Varaha Avatar, Vamana Avatar, etc. is found in this Purana.

In ‘Brahma Purana’, there is a description of the glory of Bharatvarsha and the wonderful majesty of God, the planets like the Sun, Moon, etc., as well as the condition of the world and the influence of the Parabrahma form of Lord Vishnu. Apart from this, the unique character of Goddess Parvati and her devotion, the greatness of Gautami and Ganga, the fruit of bathing in Godavari, and the importance of many pilgrimages, fasting, rituals, charity, and Shraddha, etc. have been described in detail in it. Along with this, the fruits of good and bad deeds, heaven-hell and Vaikuntha, etc. are also described in it. There are many such instructive, welfare, interesting stories in this Purana, which are very helpful and useful in improving human life. Especially the detailed description of the pastimes of Lord Sri Krishna’s His Holiness’s melodious complete Vraja, which is very beautiful and particularly noteworthy in this. Along with the subtle discussion of Yoga and Sankhya, the representation of household virtues and duties, etc. has also been done in it. In this way, it is very useful for all categories of readers – householders, celibate, sannyasis, and seekers and seekers to study it.

Puranas have great glory in Indian culture and scriptures. Puranas are the storehouses of infinite knowledge. Their hearing, contemplation, reading, parayan, and persuasion lead to the purification of the conscience, detachment from objects, the tendency to detachment and devotion to the Lord, and a natural interest in the Lord. As a result, by consuming them, the only goal of human life – ‘God-realization’ or ‘Moksha attainment’ is also easily accessible. That is why the Puranas have gained immense popularity from the point of view of gaining rare spiritual knowledge.



There are 246 chapters in the entire Brahma Purana. There are about 10,000 verses in it. In the Brahma Purana, Lomaharna is depicted in a dialogue between Rishi and Shaunak Munyo. In ancient times, this Purana was narrated in the same sage Vrinda by Vyasa disciple Suta Muni in the forest of the holy land Naimish Aranya. In this Purana, there is a review of creation, manuvansh, deity, animal, earth, geography, hell, heaven, temple, pilgrimage, etc. In the description of Jambu Drip and other Dripos, the glory of Bharatvarsha is also found. In this Purana, the pilgrimages of India- Bhadra Teerth, Patatri Teerth, Vipra Teerth, Bhanu Teerth, Bhil Teerth, etc. have been mentioned in detail. In this Purana, a description of Shiva-Parvati marriage, Krishna Leela, Vishnu avatar, Vishnu worship, Varnashram, and Shraddha Karma is found.



Brahma Purana is the best in religious terms. In the Brahma Purana, a detailed description of many pilgrimages – Bhadra Teerth, Patatri Teerth, Vipra Teerth, Bhanu Teerth, Bhilla Teerth, etc. is found, hence it is also the best in terms of tourism. In this Purana, there is also a description of the great deluge that took place at the beginning of creation. In this, detailed information about salvation-dharma and yoga methods has been given. After explaining the Sankhya and Yoga philosophy in the Brahma Purana, a description of the methods of attainment of salvation has been given. The Brahma Purana has the best place among the Vaishnava Puranas.



The Brahmaputra begins according to the legend that in the forest named Naimisharanya, the sages gathered there to acquire knowledge. In a few days after the arrival of the sage Muniyo, Sutji also arrived there. Then the sage respected Sutji and said, O Lord! You are very knowledgeable. We want to hear the story of the Puranas, that’s why O Lord! Tell us the story of the Puranas. Hearing this, Sutji said, the curiosity of you sages is very high, so I will tell you the Brahma Purana.

Therefore, all readers and devotees are humbly requested that they should take special benefit from its study as much as possible.


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