Purana and upapurana 2. Kalika Purana 3. The name 4. Printed edition 5. Manuscripts 6.
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Purana and upapurana 2. Kalika Purana 3. The name 4. Printed edition 5. Manuscripts 6. Chapter and Chapter Division 7. Other Texts: Kalika Purana 9. The Myth of earlier Kali Kalika- Purana Earlier Kalika Purana The date and the place of origin of the Kalika Purana. The Kalika Purana 1. The Birth of Kama Cupid 2. The Illusion of Brahma 3.
The Birth of Rati 4. The Birth of Vasanta Spring 5. The Prayer of Mahamaya by Brahma 6. Prayer of Yognidra 7. Dialogue between Brahma and Madana 8. The Birth of Safi 9. Persuation of Hara for Marrying a wife Mahadeva expresses his desire and seeks Sati The Marriage procession of Siva Identity of Brahma, Visnu and Mahesvara Mitigation of the anger of Siva Dalliance of Hara with Sati Siva and Sati departure for their abode in the Himalayas Siva dalliance with Sati and her death The Destruction of the sacrifice of Daksa Vijaya grief Sandhya's preparation for penance Deliverance of Chandra from the curse of Daksa Candra's emancipation from the curse of Daksa The birth story of Arundhanti The Marriage of Vasistha with Arundhari The Destruction of the world The Varaha - Creation The Creation of the world Description of creation Description of real and unreal The Dialogue between Varha and Sarabha The Fight between varaha and Sarabha Emergence of Sacrifice from the body of Yajna - Varaha Fish Incarnation The description of creation of the world Abandonment of the Sarabha body by Isvara Siva Removal of suffering of Prithvi The birth story of Naraka Anoinment of Naraka Practising austerity by Naraka The Story of Naraka Narada carries the message Burring of Kama by Mahadeva Union of Kali with Hara The dialogue between Kali and Hara The description of Ardhanarisvara, God as half-women The birth of Skanda The birth of Chandrasekhara The Description of the birth of Hara and Parvati as human being on the earth The Story of the page Kapota and Citrangada The birth story of Vetal and Bhairava Emergence of Vetal and Bhairava Worship of Mahamaya Mahamaya-Kalpa or the procedural rites of Mahamaya Ritual procedure of Mahamaya Offering sacrifice of the Goddess Worship of Mahamaya Kamakhya Worship of Kamakhya Ceremony of Pavitraropana Worship of Goddess Durga and killingof Mahisa Glorification of Kamakhya Kamakhya's ritual procedure The Procedure of worshipping Tripura The ritual procedure of worshipping Tripura The ritual procedure of worshipping of goddess Sarada Definition of mudras The Rudhiradhyaya: description of offering bali The description of offerings to the goddess Description of cloths etc.
For the goddess The description of eatables naivedya Circumbulation and paying obeisance The glory of Kamakhya Matrkanyasa i.
Worship of three forms of Tripura The mystery of Tripura mantra Vetal and Bhairava attained Siddhi Description of the glory of Jalpisa-pitha Description of sacred places, hills and rivers of kamarupa The description of holy rivers and places of pilgrimage of Kamarupa The curse of Vasistha on Ugratara and others The birth of Brahmaputra The story of Rama, son of Jamadagni The state polity Description of good manners The rules of Pusya-snana ceremonial bath on the day when the star pusya falls The raising of Sakradhavaja Visnu-Yajna The emergence of Bhairava dynasty Dynasty of Vetal Shloka Index.
It exists in many versions, variously organized in 90 to 93 chapters. The surviving versions of the text are unusual in that they start abruptly and follow a format not found in either the major or minor Purana -genre mythical texts of Hinduism. This text in attributed to sage Markendeya, and starts off with the legends of Devi trying to bring Shiva back from ascetic life into householder's life by making him fall in love again. It also describes in detail the rivers and mountains at Kamarupa tirtha and mentions the Brahmaputra River and the Kamakhya Temple.
Kalika Purana (Text, Introduction and English Trans. with Shloka Index)
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