Author: A Compilation
Editor(s): B K Chaturvedi
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8128801457
Agni Purana is the celebration of Agni the Fire God. He is the most revered deity among Hindu pantheons. Numerous hymns have been dedicated to Him in Vedas. Agni is closest to mankind among all divine icons because of its indispensability in daily life. That is why it is worshipped more at home than in temples. This scripture will introduce Agni with its multi-dimensional grandaunt from birth to death.
Hindu Puranas are the best fusion of Indian ethos and literature. They contain the triumphs and tribulations of mankind. The Eighteen Puranas relate the tales of duty and action, sins and virtues through the life and events of divine icons.
In the dilemmas of present day, the Puranas can help in the ultimate deliverance from all the chaos and confusion. They in fact, are the beckoning lights for the establishment of human values. Our series on these Puranas are specially rewritten fro the comprehension of the common reader.
The Constitution and History of the Agni Purana
The Curtain Raiser of the Purana
The Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu
The History of Creation
Instructions on Praying and Building Temple and Idols
Places of Pilgrimage and The Religious Merit
Some Geography, Astrology and Time Cycles
The Social Division and the Ashrama
The Description of Sins and the Methods of Their Atonement
The Description of the Vratas or the Vows
Description of Narakas (Hells)
Merits Accruing Due to Giving Alms
The Gayatri Mantra
The Duties and the Role of A King
The Art of Archery or Dhanurveda
The Lessons in Warfare
Lord Rama’s Concept of Kinghood
Prophesies By Dreams, Omens and Signs
How to Settle Debts and Some other Codes of Conduct
The Details About the Puranas
The Details of The Divine Families And The ways
About Medicine, Literature and Grammer
The Yoga Discipline And The Knowledge of Brahman
The Gita, Yama Gita.
The Yama’s Realm and the Consequences of Misdeeds
How the World Ends and Its Rebirth