The Devi Bhagavad Puran is a Hindu text written in Sanskrit that belongs to the Puran genre. The text is divided into 12 skands and 318 chapters. It was one of the most important works in Shaktism, a Hindu tradition that worships Devi or shakti as the primordial creator of the universe and the Brahma. It honors the divine feminine as the source of all existence—the creator, preserver, and destroyer of all things, as well as the one who enables spiritual liberation. The Devi Bhagavad Purana, like other Puranas, contains narratives that extol the Devi as supreme. Parts of it have found their way into popular Hinduism, such as the story of Goddess Durga in her battle with the serpent.
The Devi Bhagavad Purana, like other Puranas, contains narratives that extol the Devi as supreme. Parts of it, such as the story of Goddess Durga fighting the buffalo demon Maheshasur, have made their way into popular Hinduism. Devi Bhagavad is the supreme Puran, bestowing Dharma, a wealth of peace, and liberation upon the readers.
- Publisher: Gita Press, Gorakhpur
- Language: Sanskrit Text With Hindi Translation
- Pages: 960
- Cover: Hardcover
- Product Type: Religious Books
- Weight: 2.9 kg
- Size: 28cmX19cm