Srimad Bhagavata Mahapuranam With Three Commentaries- Skandha X (An Old and Rare Book)
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Srimad Bhagavata Mahapuranam With Three Commentaries- Skandha X (An Old and Rare Book)

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Item Code: MZX185
Author: N.C.V. Narasimha Acharya
Publisher: Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, Tirupati
Language: Sanskrit Only
Edition: 2000
Pages: 900
Cover: HARDCOVER
Other Details 11.00 X 9.00 inch
Weight 1.59 kg
Foreword
Sri Bhagavata critical edition project is one of the important projects being taken up by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams. Sri Bhagavata occupies a unique place in the spiritual literature of the world containing as it does the quintessence of devotion, knowledge and spirituality. It takes us to higher realms of thought and enriches our world-view.

Sri Bhaqavatam purana is an indispensable text for those who are interested in Indian culture, philosophy and religion. When the great seer-composer Vedavyasa was in a depressed, gloomy mood, the celestial sage Narada has advised him to write this epic with the Lord Sri Krsna as the central figure. It has that magical touch of the great composer who not only captures the subtle nuances of the Lord's life but also brings to the narrative a unique devotional, sublime flavor and fervor that entertains, ennobles and enthralls all. It has a message for everyone - young and old.

The project aims at the preparation of a reference volume incorporating the three main commentaries drawn from the three dominant schools of philosophy Advaita, Dvaita and Visi9tadvaita. The present volume containing the second part of the tenth Skandha forms a part of the twelve - volume critical edition being edited by the eminent scholar Sri N.C.v. Narasimhacharyulu who has painstakingly prepared this edition by bringing in new insights with his vast experience and rare erudition.

The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams humbly offers this Bhakti Bhasya, (as Sri Bhagavata is called) to the discerning readers. Hopefully they would have the divine flavor of the nectar drawn from the veda.

"Nigama Kalpataroh Galitam Phalam Sukamukhadamrta drava samyutam Pibata Bhagavatam rasamalayam Muhuraho Rasika Bhuvi Bhavukah" (Bhagavata - 1-1- 3) (Drink deep the nectar flowing from the fruit of the Vedas as it trickles down from Sri Suka, the parrot, perched on the tree of wisdom.)

Introduction
It is well known to all that the munificent Management of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthan m is making tenuous incessant and 'sincere effort for maintaining our Cultural Heritage enshrined in veritable Hindu scriptures and other works akin to them. It 'trains every nerve, as it were, to sustain the Religion-philosophic outlook, wherein our action’s peace and prosperity lie. In order to survive the Sanatana Dharma in the nation, to propagate and instill Bhakti in the minds of the people and making them pious, to convey the message of the Rises to mankind, to disseminate the ever-la ting, frère and inestimable greatness of Arsa Dharma far and wide for the benefit of the sophisticated and unsophisticated people alike, the noble Devasthanam has founded many an institution such as Dharma Prachara Parisat, the Dasasahitya project, the Alwar Divya Prabandha Project, the Recording Project and the Publication Cell. Further, the Management is sanctioning heavy amounts under the scheme of' Aid to Publish Religious Texts’. It is also financing the Pausanias, Veda Ghanapathys et cetera, the torch bearers of Indian Culture. It is generously granting financial aid to the numerous authors of Religious works in various languages. For the sake of upholding Arts and Fine Arts such as Music and Dance the Devasthanam is main aiming the educational institutions viz. the Arts Colleges, the College of music and Dance, the Veda Pathasalas, the Oriental College and others.

SrI Bhagavata Critical Edition Project is one among such institutions. When the unparalleled greatness of the sacred SrI Bhagavata is acknowledged, the value of the Project will be well realized. The SrI Bhagavata is a veritable encyclopcadia of Spiritual Philosophy rendered in purana form to make it more palatable, valuable, accessible and acceptable to literates as well as illiterates. It kindles in readers the unmotivated pure devotion towards the Supreme.

Although there are eighteen puranas only the Bhagavata purana commands much reverence of the devotees. This purana abounds in essential teachings to gain salvation and freedom from the worldly trials and tribulations. After the advent of this purana all the other puranas were relegated to the background. This purana is a devotional, philosophical, metaphysical and religious text rendered in a fine poetic form. Thus this text being wonderful and peculiar is extolled as a spiritual book Par Excellence. It has been worshipped as a deity placed on the golden throne. The pious people recite the purana like the scripture of high order with much respect, since the daily recital of the text is sincerely believed to be capable of alleviating all sorts of human sufferings. Unlike all the other puranas the Bhagavata is quoted by all the divergent and diverse stations as a genuine and authentic text to substantiate or to fortify their respective Dogmas, for, it has been accepted as an authority by the followers of all the schools of philosophy.

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