Shrimad Bhagwat Sapta

The Shrimad Bhagwat is the most sacred book of the Hindus. It is considered to be the purest and greatest of all the puranas or old literature and it invokes devotion towards Lord Vishnu, primarily focusing on Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.hagawat additionally includes fifth component of commitment (or divine administration) plus well-known four parts of life i.e. dharma (ethics), artha (procuring riches), kama (joy) and moksha (liberation or salvation).

Shrimad Bhagwat is important as it helps us interpret issues relating not only to self-liberation but even our day-to-day problems. It reveals the means for becoming free from all material work, and ways of devotion to God Vishnu. It gives a tremendous insight, a profound vision, and an entirely new perspective to the person who hears the narrative.

Significance of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Saptah

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Saptah is also known as Saptha ji. It is a seven days path, which is performed in many parts of our country. This seven days path of Saptah ji is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The Shrimad Bhagwat Katha consists of all the knowledge about the life of lord Krishna. There are 18000 mantras in the Shrimad Bhagwat Katha, which are related to the Bhagwat Mahapuran.

Benefits of Shrimad Bhagvat Katha Saptah

The remembrance of Lord Krishna lotus feet destroys the inauspicious events from the life of the devotees and brings greatest fortune. It helps in purifying the heart and soul of the person.

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Shree Ram Charitra Manas

RAMCHARITMANAS is a great Hindu scripture and poetic classic written by Goswami Tulsidas. It elaborates the life and deeds of the Supreme Power - Lord Ram, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is composed in seven chapters or kaandas.

Significance of Shree Ram Charitra Manas

Ram Charitra Manas is composed in seven chapters or kaandas. Tulsidas compared the seven Kāndas of the epic to seven steps leading into the holy waters of Lake Manasarovar "which purifies the body and the soul at once"

  • Baalkanda (The Chapter of the Childhood)
  • Ayodhyakaanda (The Chapter of Ayodhya)
  • Aranyakaanda (The Chapter of the Forest)
  • Kishkindhakaanda (The Chapter of Kishkindha)
  • Sundarkaanda (The Chapter of Beauty)
  • Lankakaanda (The Chapter of Lanka)
  • Uttarkaanda (The Chapter of Later Events or Epilogue) 

Benefits of Shree Ram Charitra Manas

Each chaupai of Ramcharitmanas has miraculous effect which can get you rid of many problems in life, be it wealth or health.

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 Sri Subhodini

Shri Vallabhacharya's Sri Subhodini is considered as the mist detailed commentary.
Sri Subhodini mainly deals with
1) King Parikshit's questions to Shri Sukadeva and the prayer of mother earth for the redemption from her sorrow
2) The manifestation of Lord Sankarshana (Shri Balarama) and the stuti of Lord Brahma to our Lord

3) The divine incarnation of our Lord Krishna and Shri Vasudeva bringing our lord to Gokulam
4) The manifestation of Yogamaya and Kamsa's fear and actions 

 Shiv Puran

Shiv Mahapuran - the supreme of all the puranas. It primarily centers around the Hindu god Shiva and goddess Parvati,, but references and reveres all gods The Shiva Purana dedicates chapters to Shaiva-Advaita philosophy, like Linga Purana and other Shaivism-related Puranas, advocating it as a system for salvation.

Significance of Shiv Puran

This Purana consists of the following 7 Chapters:

Significance of Shiv Puran

This Purana consists of the following 7 Chapters:

  1. Vidyeshwar Samhita
  2. Rudra Samhita
  3. Shatrudra Samhita
  4. Koti Rudra Samhita
  5. Uma Samhita
  6. Kailash Samhita
  7. Vayviya Samhita 

Benefits of Shiv Puran

By understanding the mysteries of Shivmahapuran and singing its praises, a man attains greater virtues than that which could be attained by being charitable or by the performance of all the `yagyas'. Contemplating on the subject matters of Shivmahapuran give auspicious fruits just like a 'Kalpa-taru' (A mythological tree which fulfils all the wishes).  

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Shrimad Devi Bhagwat

The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam, also known as Devi Purana, was composed into 12 chapters, containing 18000 verses by the great Veda Vyasa.

Significance of Shrimad Devi Bhagwat

Devi is the name of the eternal power (Shakti) which pervades the entire cosmos. She is the essence of this universe, the guiding light behind all organisms, and the divine energy that conquers all. It is in the arms of the divine mother that universe arises, flourishes and dissolves. It would not be an exaggeration to say that ‘All is Energy and Energy is All’.

On one hand she embraces her children and pours her divine grace on her creation, while on the other, her fierce and aggressive form ensures the devastation of the wrong doers. The divine mother is worshipped primarily in three forms: Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. The worship of divine mother in these three forms is symbolic of human evolution, from lower self to higher divinity.

Benefits of Shrimad Devi Bhagwat

Durga- the Goddess of Shakti bestows energy and is the slayer of all the negative tendencies, which obstruct the evolution of the human being. Lakshmi- the Goddess of Wealth enriches the human self with the wealth of divine qualities- the real treasure of human life. Goddess Saraswati- the Goddess of knowledge is the giver of the divine knowledge, which unlocks the fountain of wisdom within an individual guiding him through the journey of life.

Durga- Her divine play, her divine existence has been a source of inspiration for civilizations since times immemorial. And it for this reason, that Devi is worshipped at each and every step of life.

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Shree Harivansh Puran

The Harivamsha Puran describes the lineage of Hari (Vishnu). It’s an important source of information on the origin of Vishnu's incarnation Krishna.

Significance of Shree Harivansh Puran

Harivansh Puran is divided into three portions known as parvas - the Adi Parva, the Vishnu Parva and the Bhavishya Parva.

The Adi Parva of Harivamsa describes the creation of the cosmos and the legendary history of the kings of the Solar and Lunar dynasties leading up to the birth of Krishna. Vishnu Parva recounts the history of Krishna up to the events prior to the Mahabharata. Bhavishya Parva, the third book, includes two alternate creation theories, hymns to Shiva and Vishnu and provides a description of Kaliyuga.

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Shri Garg Sanhita

The Garg Samhita has been written by the great Acharya of the Yadu Kul; Maha Muni Shri Garg. This Sanhita is filled with the sweet divine leelas of Shree Krishna.
The divinity of these leelas are full of the madhurya bhao of Shree Radha.

Significance of Shri Garg Samhita

 All that has been described in the Shrimad Bhagvad in sutra, has been elaborated here.
This is a very important granth for all the bhakti-bhao bhakts; the deep tattwa of Shrimad Bhagwad are explained here in a very simple manner.