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Previous answers presented excerpts from Shrimad Bhagvat Purana, Padma Purana and Tulasidas Ramcharitamanas. So, I am giving an answer using some other scriptures. Mentions about Rama leaving Sita is present across several scriptures. I am presenting few among them, assuming the intent of question is (just) about mention of Rama leaving Sita due to the ...


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Maa sita's banishment is mentioned in ramcharitamanas as well. In ramcharitamanas-balkand sag tulsidas says: बंदउँ अवध पुरी अति पावनि। सरजू सरि कलि कलुष नसावनि॥ प्रनवउँ पुर नर नारि बहोरी। ममता जिन्ह पर प्रभुहि न थोरी॥1॥ सिय निंदक अघ ओघ नसाए। लोक बिसोक बनाइ बसाए॥ बंदउँ कौसल्या दिसि प्राची। कीरति जासु सकल जग माची॥2॥ I reverence the exceedingly holy city of ...


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The scripture that comes closest to recommending monogamy is the Āpastamba Dharmasūtra: Praśna II, Paṭala 5, Khaṇḍa 11 If he has a wife who (is willing and able) to perform (her share of) the religious duties and who bears sons, he shall not take a second. The very next verse, however, recommends taking another wife if the first wife cannot produce sons ...


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In Hinduism, Rahu is responsible for causing eclipses, and as far as I know, Swarbhanu is one of the various names of Rahu. Quoting from the Rahu Kavacham, which is supposedly from Mahabharata's Drona Parva: Katim may vikata pathu, ooru may sura poojitha, Swarbhanuni januni pathu jange may pathu jadayaha., 5 Let my hip be protected by the funny one, Let my ...


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Scholars ascribe Adhyatma Ramayana to the period 14th-15th century. Though depicted as a part of the Brahmanda Purana, respected as a canonical work of the Vaishnavas and begun in the Tantra style of conversation between Siva Mahadeva and Parvati, scholars ascribe it to the period 14th-15th century, A.D. Nothing is known of the author, though the Rama ...


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The scholarly opinion (R. C. Hazra's) is that it was written in the 11th or 12th century A.D. so it cannot be a Mahā-purāṇa. The Devī-Bhāgavata, though a work of the eleventh or twelfth century A.D., claims to be the real Bhāgavata Purāṇa and includes the Vaiṣṇava Bhāgavata among the Upapurāṇas. But it really is an Upapurāṇa adapted carefully by its author ...


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Seer of Rig Veda X.110 is Parashurama himself. X.110 Deity: Āprī Seer: Jamadagni Bhārgava or Rāma Jāmadagnya 11 verses: triṣṭubh


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The episode of Saraswati Devi incarnating as Ubhaya Bharati has been mentioned in Sankara Digvijaya: The Traditional Life of Sri Sankaracharya by Madhava Vidyaranya According to it, Saraswati Devi laughed at the Durvasa after hearing his out of tune utterance of Vedic mantras. Durvasa then cursed Saraswati due to her misdeed and out of leniency, showed her a ...


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the 33 Gods/Goddesses are mentioned in the Vedas.and the vedas are eternal.so yes the same Gods get created every creation of the universe.many of the same events happen too.


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You can find the whole Samskrit text at this link - https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.487023/page/n454/mode/2up For your convenience, the story dealing with Bhandasura starts at the 11th chapter (in page 454 in the book inside that link) of Lalitopakhyana, in which his birth is explained. The very next chapter has the details of birth of Lalita ...


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One of the avatharas of Lord Vishnu is the Varaha Avatharam. This is the third avathar that Lord Vishnu took and the Varaha Avatharam was a wild boar. This story is in the puranas. I will give a brief explanation as of what I have read. In this birth of the ishnu Avathara, the two guards Jaya and Vijaya were born as Hiranyaksha and Hiranyakashipu, two demons....


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