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Aadi Purana

The Aadi Purana was composed by Jinasena (a Digambara Monk) as a Sanskrit poem praising the life of the first Tirthankara, Rishabhanatha. According to Jain

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Devi Bhagawat Purana

The text is considered a Mahapurana (major Purana) in parts of India, while others include it as one of the Upa Puranas (Minor Puranas), but

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Harivamsa Purana

It was composed by Acharya Jinasena in 783 AD. It is divided into 66 cantos and contains 12,000 slokas. The book aims to narrate the

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Kalika Purana

The extant text contains 98 chapters with over 9000 stanzas and is the only work of the genre dedicated to the worship of the goddess

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Kalki Purana

The Kalki Purana is a Vaishnavism-tradition Hindu text about the tenth avatar of Vishnu named Kalki. The text is a Vaishnavism tradition text, where Bramha

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Kriyaayoga Purana

The text consists of a yoga system that has a number of levels of Pranayama, mantra, and mudras based on techniques intended to rapidly accelerate

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Lakhunaradheeya Purana

The Lakhunaradheeya Purana follows the style of the  Brihannaradiya Purana in the first 41 chapters of Purvabhaga, but the rest of the first part and

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Mudgala Purana

The Mudgala Puran is a Hindu religious text dedicated to the  Hindu God (Gaṇeśa). It is a Upapurana that includes many stories and ritualistic elements

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Narasimha Purana

 It occupies an important place among the UPA-Puranas and like other Puranas, this is also considered to be compiled by Vyasa. On the contrary,  this

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Prushoththama Purana

It is very significant and famous in the Vaishnava cult.  Dwaitadweda philosophy is the overall philosophy of Prushoththama Purana. Union of self with Narayana is

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Saura/Surya Purana

Saura /Surya  Purana is a Upapurāṇa depicting Śaivism.—In most of the lists [of upapurāṇas] in the fifteenth place, there is the mention of one Saura,

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