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It is a part of Garudqpuranam literature corpus, [1] primarily centering around Hindu god Vishnu but praises all gods.

The Garuda Purana text is known in many versions, containing between 8, to 19, verses. Pintchman estimates that the text was composed sometime in the 1st millennium of the common era, but it garudapurznam likely compiled and changed over a long period of time. Leadbeater states that the text is likely from about CE, given that it includes chapters on Yoga and Tantra garudapuanam that likely developed later.

The version of Garuda Purana that survives into the modern era, states Dalal, is likely from to CE with sections added in the 2nd-millennium. The text exists in many versions, with varying numbers of chapters, and considerably different content. In late 19th-century and early 20th-century, a text called Garudapuranasaroddhara was published, then translated by Ernest Wood and SV Subrahmanyam.

The Garuda Purana is a Vaishnava Purana and has, according to the tradition, nineteen thousand shlokas verses. The Purva Khanda contains about chapters, but in some versions of the text this section has between chapters. The Garuda Purana was likely fashioned after the Agni Puranathe other major medieval India encyclopedia that has survived.

The remaining is Pretakhandawhich deals primarily with rituals associated with death and cremation. The cosmology presented in Garuda Purana revolves around Vishnu and Lakshmi, and it is their union that created the universe. The cosmogenesis in Garuda Purana, like other Puranas, weaves the Samkhya theory of two realities, the Purusha spirit and Prakriti matterthe masculine and feminine presented as interdependent, each playing a different but essential role to create the observed universe.

The Garuda Purana, states Madan, elaborates the repeatedly found theme in Hindu religious thought that the living body is a microcosm of the universe, governed by the same laws and made out of the same substances.

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The text describes Vishnu, Vaishnava festivals and Puja worshipand offers Mahatmya — a pilgrimage tour guide [22] to Vishnu-related sacred places. The Garuda Purana includes chapters on the architecture and design of a temple. The second design details presented in the Garuda Purana is for a 16 square grid, with four inner squares pada for the adytum. Temples, asserts the text, exist in many thematic forms. Each thematic form of temple architecture permits nine styles of temples, and the Purana lists all forty five styles.

The temple design, states Jonathan Parry, follows the homology at the foundation of Garudpauranam thought, that the cosmos and body are harmonious correspondence of each other, tarudapuranam temple is a model and reminder of this cosmic homology. First the shape, color, defects or excellences of a gem should be carefully tested and then its price should be ascertained in consultation with a gem expert who has studied all the books dealing with the precious garudapuranzm. The Garuda Purana describes 14 gems, their varieties and how to test their quality.


The technical discussion of gems in the text is woven with its theories on the mythical creation of each gem, astrological significance and ggarudapuranam benefits.

The text describes the characteristics of the gems, how to clean and make jewelry from them, cautioning that gem experts should be consulted before buying them. The chapter 93 of the Garuda Purvakhanda presents sage Yajnavalkya’s theory on teluguu of virtue. The text asserts that knowledge is condensed in the Vedasin texts of different schools of philosophy such as Nyaya and Teulguthe Shastras on Dharma, on making money and temporal sciences written by fourteen holy sages.

A gift, made at a proper time and place, to a deserving person, in a true spirit of compassionate sympathy, carries the merit of all sorts of pious acts.

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The text similarly discusses the following virtues — right conduct, damah self-restraintahimsa non-killing, non-violence in actions, words and thoughtsstudying the Vedasand performing rites of passage. No dietary rules are advised for Shudranor is the thread ceremony discussed. The Garuda Purana asserts that the highest and most imperative religious duty is yarudapuranam introspect into one’s own soul, seeking self-communion.

Garudapuanam the country where you can find neither friends nor pleasures, nor in which is there any knowledge to be gained. Little by little a man should acquire learning. Little by little a mountain should be climbed. Little by little desires should be gratified. Save money for times of distress, asserts Garuda Purana, but be willing to give it up all to save your wife.

The text rhetorically cautions against application of knowledge which is wedded to meanness, cautions against pursuit of physical beauty without ennobling mind, and cautions against making friends with those who abandon their dear ones in adversity.

Men of excellence, asserts the Purana, live with honest means, are true to their wives, pass their time in intellectual pursuits and are hospitable to newcomers. Governance is part of the Nitisastra section of the Garuda Purana, and this section influenced later Indian texts on politics and economy.

The Purvakhanda, from chapter onwards describes the characteristics of a good king and good government. A stable king is one whose kingdom is prosperous, whose treasury is full, and who never chastises his garudapuranan or servants. The chapters to of the Garuda Purana’s Purvakhanda present the Dhanvantari Samhita, its treatise on medicine. Parts of the pathology and medicine-related chapters of Garuda Purana, states Ludo Rocher, are similar to Nidanasthana of Vagbhata’s Astangahridayaand these two may be different manuscript recensions of teluguu same underlying but now lost text.

The text includes various lists of diseases, agricultural products, herbs, formulations with claims to medicinal value and such information. The chapter of the text presents veterinary diseases of horse and their treatment. It is knowledge that dispels this notion of duality. The Yogins, through Yoga, realise their oneness with the supreme Brahman. Realization of this oneness is called Mukti. The last ten chapters of the Purvakhanda is dedicated to Yogaand is sometimes referred to as the Brahma Gita.


The text describes a variety of Asanas posturesthen adds that the postures are means, not the goal. The Garuda Purana in chapterstates Ian Whicher, recommends using saguna Vishnu with form like garuxapuranam murti in the early stages of Yoga meditation to help concentration and draw in one’s attention with the help of the gross form of the object. After this has been mastered, states the text, the meditation should shift from saguna to nirgunaunto the subtle, abstract formless Vishnu within, with the help of a guru teacher.

Go forth, go forth upon those ancient pathways, By which your former fathers have departed.

Thou shalt behold god Varuna, and Yama, both kings, in funeral offerings rejoicing. Unite thou with the Fathers and with Yama, with istapurta in the highest heaven. Leaving behind all blemish homeward return, United with thine own body, full of vigor. The second section of the text, also known as Uttara Khanda and Pretakalpaincludes chapters on funeral rites and life after death.

This section was commented upon by Navanidhirama in his publication Garuda Purana Saroddhara and translated by Wood and Subramanyam in A dead child, who died before completing his second year, should be buried instead of being cremated, and no sort of Sraddha or Udaka-kriya is necessary.

The friends or relatives of a child, dead after completing its second year of life, shall carry its corpse to the cremation ground and exhume it in fire by mentally reciting the Yama Suktam Rigveda The Pretakhanda is the second and minor part of Garuda Purana. It is, states Rocher, “entirely unsystematic work” presented with motley confusion and many repetitions in the Purana, dealing with “death, the dead and beyond”.

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