Do Vishnu Purana (or) bhagavatam tells about panchayata puja About five god worship which is given by adivata and Adi shankaracharya Padma purana tells about five god worship like that Vishnu Purana and bhagavatam(any one can tell according to shridhara Swany tika also) tell about five god worship

  • Mahabharata the Epic speaks about it. Shall I write the answer? Mar 22 '21 at 12:05
  • You can give answer Mar 22 '21 at 18:15
  • I am writing the answer. What I have been observing is , many questions I have given lot of time (Say 30 Mins) and effort and you don't even upvote and accept answers. Kindly dont do that. If you accept and upvote answers, your points will also increase. If you dont do it, why ask questions then? Just saying-Dont take it in wrong way bro Mar 23 '21 at 2:38
  • @Sethu Srivatsa Koduru bro, what you have beeen observing about the - "hard written answers not getting the appropriate upvotes" is TRUE , which is also True for the questions as well! For example :- See this question itself. YOU yourself gave a satisfactory answer to this question, yet you yourself didn't consider it worthy enough to give it an Upvote yourself? We must maybe try to make it a two way road (VOTE BOTH ON GOOD QUESTIONS ASKED AND GOOD ANSWERS PROVIDED), and contribute and not compete, to have an enriching experience in here on this HSE! (No offense though).
    – Vivikta
    Mar 23 '21 at 3:35
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    Well, good luck with that then, @SethuSrivatsaKoduru, :p. Maybe this should be the mantra in this case then, कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते मा फलेषु कदाचन।
    – Vivikta
    Mar 23 '21 at 5:13

Mahabharata speaks of only one Spirit Prevading this universe who takes forms of all 5 Deities of Panchayata Puja.

Know that this entire universe is under the control of one divine Being. The Veda that is in the soul regards the unity of various creatures. When a living creature realizes this unity in consequence of true knowledge, he is then said to attain to Brahman.(Mahabharata Santi Parva Section CCLXXX)

There is but one Brahman which is Truth’s self. It is from ignorance of that One, that god-heads have been conceived to be diverse. (Mahabharata, Udyoga Parva, Section 43)

The Supreme Spirit hath three condition, In the form of Brahma, he is the Creator, and in the form of Vishnu he is the Preserver, and in his form as Rudra, he is the Destroyer of the Universe.(Mahabharata Vana Parva Section CCLXX)

Narada said, ‘Thou art He who is the topic of the five foremost of scriptures (viz., those that appertain to the worship of Surya, of Sakti, of Ganesa, of Siva, and of Vishnu). (Mahabharata Santi Parva Section CCCXXXIX)

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