|Comprises five parts, with the first two parts relating to the glory of Lord Vishnu and the last three to the worship of Shiva.
|Details the story of Lord Vishnu and his incarnations, as well as the origin of the universe and other religious concepts.
|Shiva Purana is one of the eighteen major Puranas in Hinduism. It is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva and contains various myths, stories, and teachings associated with him.
|Focuses on the life and teachings of Lord Krishna, as well as the stories of various other deities and sages.
|Details the duties of various castes and the importance of devotion to God.
|Features a dialogue between the sage Markandeya and a disciple, covering topics such as the creation of the world and the nature of reality.
|The Agni Purana is one of the eighteen Mahapuranas of Hinduism, and it primarily deals with various aspects of Hindu religion,
|Focuses on the glory of Lord Skanda, as well as the stories of various other deities and sages.
|Describes the glory of Lord Krishna and his consort Radha, as well as various other religious concepts.
|Details the worship of Lord Shiva in the form of the lingam, as well as the importance of various religious rites and pilgrimage sites.
|Describes the story of Lord Varaha, as well as the creation of the world and various religious concepts.
|One of the largest Mahapuranas, which narrates the story of Lord Skanda, the son of Lord Shiva, and discusses various religious practices and festivals.
|One of the eighteen Mahapuranas, which narrates the story of Lord Vishnu’s fifth avatar Vamana, and discusses various religious practices and festivals.
|One of the major eighteen Puranas in Hinduism, which discusses the story of Lord Vishnu’s second avatar Kurma, and the importance of various religious practices.
|One of the eighteen Mahapuranas, which narrates the story of Lord Vishnu’s first avatar Matsya, and discusses various religious practices and festivals.
|One of the major Puranas, which discusses the importance of Dharma, the law of nature, and the various realms of existence, as narrated by Lord Vishnu’s mount Garuda.
|One of the major eighteen Puranas, which describes the creation of the universe, and discusses various religious practices and rituals.