Rig Ved

The Rigveda, often known as the Rig Veda, is an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns (Sanskrit: gveda, from c "praise" and veda "knowledge"). It is one of Hinduism's four sacred canonical books (rutis), known as the Vedas.

Bhagavata Puran

In Vaishnavism, a Hindu sect that worships Vishnu, the Bhagavata Purana is a treasured book. The book proposes a competing type of religion (dharma) to the Vedas, in which bhakti leads to self-knowledge, liberation (moksha), and happiness.

Narada Puran

The Naradiya Purana (Sanskrit:, Nradya Purana) or Narada Purana (Sanskrit: ) are two Sanskrit writings, one of which is a major Hindu Purana (Upapurana) and the other a minor Purana (Upapurana). Some academics refer to the minor Purana as Brihannaradiya Purana to avoid misunderstanding.


According to Ludo Rocher, the Markandeya Purana is likely one of the earliest in the Purana genre of Hindu literature, as well as one of the most intriguing and important. The Devi Mahatmya, the oldest known treatise on Devi (goddess) as the Supreme Truth and creator of the cosmos, is included inside it.

Agni Puran

The Agni Purana (Sanskrit:, Agni Pura) is a Hindu book written in Sanskrit and is one of the eighteen main Puranas. There are various variants of the text, some of which are somewhat distinct from one another. The published texts are arranged into 382 or 383 chapters, with 12,000 to 15,000 verses each chapter.


The Bhavishya Purana (Bhaviya Purana, lit. "Future Purana") is one of Hinduism's eighteen main texts published in Sanskrit in the Purana genre. Parts of the surviving manuscripts that are dated to be older are based on other Indian writings like the Brihat Samhita and Shamba Purana.


The Brahmavaivarta Purana (Sanskrit:,Brahmavaivarta Purana) is a large Sanskrit book and Hinduism's most important Purana (Maha-purana). It is a Vaishnavism book that focuses on Krishna and Radha and is regarded one of the contemporary period Puranas.

Linga Puran

The Linga Purana (, IAST: Liga Pura) is a Hindu Shaivism scripture that is one of the eighteen Mahapuranas. The title of the book, Linga, relates to Shiva's iconographical emblem.


The legend of the Varaha incarnation (avatar) of Vishnu saving the earth (Prithvi) from a huge flood is included in the Varaha Purana. The work also covers goddess mythology and Shiva, as well as the Dharmasamhita, a study of Karma and Dharma.

Skanda Puran

The Skanda Purana (IAST: Skanda Purana) is the biggest of eighteen Hindu holy scriptures known as Mahpuras. The book is of Kaumara literature and is named after Skanda, a son of Shiva and Parvati who is also known as Murugan. It comprises approximately 81,000 lines.

Vamana Puran

The Vamana Purana (Sanskrit:, IAST: Vmana Pura) is a Sanskrit book from the mediaeval era and one of Hinduism's eighteen main Puranas. The work is titled after one of Vishnu's avatars and was most likely created as a Vaishnava literature


The Kurma Purana is one of the eighteen Mahapuranas and a Vaishnavism book from the mediaeval era. The text is called after Vishnu's tortoise avatar.


The Matsya Purana is one of Hinduism's eighteen main Puranas, and it is one of the earliest and best-preserved of the Puranic genre of Sanskrit literature. The text is a Vaishnavism scripture that is called after Vishnu's half-human, half-fish incarnation.

Garuda Puran

The Garuda Purana is one of Hinduism's 18 Mahpura scriptures. It is part of the Vaishnavism literature corpus, with a focus on the Hindu god Vishnu. It's written in Sanskrit, but it's also available in Gujarati and English.


The Brahmanda Purana is a Hindu book written in Sanskrit and one of the eighteen main Puranas. In virtually all anthologies, it is classified as the eighteenth Maha-Purana. The book is called after one of Hinduism's cosmological ideas, the "cosmic egg."

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