Bedavasya Kalikapuran Edited by Swami Jadisharananda PDF.
Books Name – Kalikapurana, Kalikapuran -1740 (1380),
Book Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 12 MB and 9 MB,
Edited by – Swami Jadisharananda and Nilkanta Goswami,
Bedavasya Kalika Puran Edited by Swami Jadisharananda PDF.
‘Kalkipuran’ has been translated from Sanskrit by Sri Nilakanta Goswami. If the world is full of sins, then Lord Vishnu will re-incarnate Satyayuga by destroying the Kalikul revealed by Abani in the form of a man named Kalki, as described in this Kalki Purana. There seems to be no such thing as a small text in all the old distortions. It does not seem to belong to the place of the eighteenth Purana composed by Maharshi Krishnadvaipayana. Because the name of Kalkipuran is not mentioned in the Naradia Purana. We do not find any mention of this Kalkipuran even in the place where Raja Radhakanta Dev Bahadur mentions the name of Uppurana in his famous words. No space was found between the names. Even if you look at the composition of Kalki Purana, it does not seem to be a composition of that time. Nilkant Goswami, the author of the translation, says that although the Kalki Purana may have been written by a Mahatma at some point, it is invisible to the Madras people, but when it is written in the twenty-first chapter of the third part that the book was written on the ground by Dwijrupi Bedavas, it must be acknowledged. There is almost no repetition defect in it and useless prepositions are rarely seen. Only in the genealogy, creation variation, Manu and Manvantar etc., all the other Puranas and Uppuranas are found to be nourished.
But Srimat Swami Jagadishwarananda, the translator of another Kalkipuran, after looking at the details and various texts of Kalkipuran, came to the conclusion that Kalkipuran was not written by Bedavas. He said that Kalikapurana is one of the sub-Puranas and the future is called Anubhagavata. The Kalikapurana Sanskrit verse is divided into three parts and ends with 35 chapters. There are total 1368 verses in this text. He said that according to ancient proverbs, KalikaPurana was written by Maharshi Bedavas but Byasadeva said in 1962 that he was not the author of Kalki Purana. Batsayan is its author. Batsayan appeared after Byasadeva and was a disciple of Katyayana, Byasadeva and Katyayana were contemporaries and appeared late in the afternoon. Kaliprasanna Vidyaratna, the translator of the Kalki Purana, commented that the Kalki Purana was written by a disciple of Vyasadeva.
Some other Holy Scripture Books of Maharshi Vedvyas and others are here.
- Geeta in Bengali
- Harivamsha Purana
- Brihat Vishnu Purana
- Brahmavaivarta Purana
- Rigveda Sanhita
- Baru Chandidaser Srikrishnakirtan
- Srimat Bhagavad Gita
- Holy Quran in Bengali
- Sri Krishna Samhita
- Brihat Tantrasar
The name of Vyasadeva is mentioned five times in this Kalikapurana, of which the fourth part is mentioned. This proves that Byasdev is not the author of Kalikapuran and Batsayan is the author of that book. Maharishis like Vaishampayan, Batsayan, Katyayan and Baudhayana appeared at the end of Dwapar era. The name of Batsayan is mentioned only once in the Kalikapurana. Mahamuni Batsayan is the son of Batsamuni, author of Kamashastra and commentator on Nyayashastra. He also authored a book, Astrology, entitled “Male Marine Signs”. Raghunandan of Smritika has quoted his opinion in the book ‘Malmasatatva’. Dwarf Purana 91 Chapter 23/ 24 There are people. Vaishayana, a disciple of Batsayana, was a commentator on the Kalikapurana. The 3 volumes of Kalkipuran with the northern commentary were published long ago and became extinct during the time of the devotee poet Joydev. One of his handwritten manuscripts has been preserved in Kashidham since last Sunday. But the author was not able to recover.
According to the Kalikapurana, there are 6100 verses in this text. Sadly, only 1368 verses are currently found in the Kalki Purana. Just as Vishnu Purana is divided into 6 parts, so Kalikapurana is divided into three parts. Like Bhagavata Purana, Sanskrit of KalikaPurana is difficult and incomprehensible. The meaning of the verses of this book would have been easily understood if there had been harmony and semantics. The poetry of Kalki Purana is incomparable and comparable to that of Bhagavata. Reading the verses of this book firmly will be as enjoyable as poetry. In this book, Markandeya carrots, Bishwamitra Ramdev’s characteristics and the names of Shukadevadi munis are written. The eleventh chapter of the third part speaks of the rebirth of Basishtamuni. How is the rebirth of Brahmajnapurusha? Gaining theology or self-knowledge prevents the flow of birth and death. So it is not supported by Advaita Vedanta conclusions. In the third part of this book, in the seventeenth chapter, Rukshini vows are stated. There, in the Sita Devi Ashoka forest, as a result of observing the Rukshini vows, the husband Sri Ramachandra was attained. How is the Rukshini vow list of the Dwapar era celebrated? All these things seem imaginary and projective.
The four beautiful illustrations of Lord Kalki and the compiled Kalkistar have enriched this book. Therefore, the translation of the Kalikapurana into Bengali caused a stir among the Bengali speakers and these two collections became very popular. So on this web page a PDF file of the books of both the translated authors of Kalikapuran, Srimat Swami Jagadishwarananda and Sri Nilakanta Goswami is given.
Readers can easily collect and read the PDF file of this invaluable book from this web page.
Srimat Swami Jagadishwarananda is the translated author of Kalikapuran.
Shri Nilkant Goswami is the translated author of Kalikapuran.