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You can find that in Brahmavaivarta Purana: Ganapati Khanada: Chapter 18: [Kashayapa] Finding his son falling pronounced a curse on Shiva that the way in which you have killed my son similarly the head of your son will also be shattered.


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The answer is No. Vyasa says there are not inauspicious. In fact, a sensible man should worship her. Kashi Khanda of Skanda Purana chapter 4 contains characteristics of a chaste woman. These are said by Brihaspati. These are again narrated by Vyasa. After talking about duties and characteristics of a chaste woman, Vyasa continues to talk about duties of ...


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The story of Kalanemi after getting killed by Vishnu is mentioned in Garga Samhita. Kalanemi regained life with the help of Shukracarya and then performed severe austerities. He got a boon from Brahma and then born as Kamsa in his next life. The story mentioned is: Shri Bahulashva said: Who was this very powerful demon Kamsa? O great sage, please ...


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Skanda Purana says so. Skanda Purana, Vaishnava Khanda (Book II), Vasudeva Mahatmya (Section IX), Chapter 22: Of all inauspicious things, a widow is the most inauspicious one. Her sight or touch destroys the merit of men. (11) If at time of starting on a journey one sees a widow in front, one shouldn't go at that time. Otherwise death is certain....


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