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Lord's Lotus Feet

It is a sign of humility and surrender (mām eva ye prapadyante). In the Bhagavata Purana, when Kapila Muni describes the divine limbs of Lord Vishnu for the purpose of dhyana, he has specifically ...
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If every Purana is written in different Kalpa, then the incidents of Ramayana written in these Puranas are also according to the same Kalpa?

Matsya Purana lists which Purana belongs to which Kalpa - Padma Purana - Padma Kalpa Vishnu Purana - Varaha Kalpa Vayu Purana - Sveta Kalpa Bhagavata Purana - Sarasvata Kalpa Agni Purana - Isana ...
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What is the origin of Chandrashekhara Ashtakam?

The above question is strange as bcz we have heard the Sage Marakandeya story not for this -[Chandrashekhara Ashtakam]. From childhood we all know that Sage Marakandeya was chanting {Maha mritunjoy ...
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Hindu Equivalent of Pascal's Wager?

The question then, from Hindu stand point is posed from an Atheist or Charvaka perspective to the Theist or Astika, as to why should one follow dharma and do good deeds and why should one strive for ...
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Is Lord Śiva's throat Really Blue?

The glorifications written by the various sages who are favored by Lord Shiva may have some differences as they're based on their personal vibhavana (divine imagination). It is stated in the Bhagavata ...
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Where can i access online or pdf version of this Shiv Mahapuran in simple Hindi, refer picture attatched

Here is the online links for Shiva Puran - Hindi Tranlsation Sankshipt Shiv Puran With Illustration Gita Press SHIV PURAN HINDI शिव पुराण हिंदी
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