Padmapurana, Pādmapurāṇa, Padmapurāṇa, Padma-purana: 11 definitions

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Purana and Itihasa (epic history)

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Source: archive.org: Puranic Encyclopedia

Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण).—One of the eighteen Purāṇas. (See under Purāṇas).

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: The Purana Index

Pādmapurāṇa (पाद्मपुराण).—(Pādmam): one of the 18 Purāṇas and comprising 55000 ślokas;1 he who copies and presents it with a golden lotus in the month of Jyeṣṭha (Āḍi) attains the fruit of an aśvamedha sacrifice;2 contains a description of Narasimha in 18000 slokas;3 to be read every parva.4

  • 1) Bhāgavata-purāṇa XII. 7. 23; 13. 4; Vāyu-purāṇa 104. 9. Viṣṇu-purāṇa III. 6. 21.
  • 2) Matsya-purāṇa 53. 14-15.
  • 3) Ib. 53. 60.
  • 4) Ib. 290. 17.
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The Purana (पुराण, purāṇas) refers to Sanskrit literature preserving ancient India’s vast cultural history, including historical legends, religious ceremonies, various arts and sciences. The eighteen mahapuranas total over 400,000 shlokas (metrical couplets) and date to at least several centuries BCE.

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Vaishnavism (Vaishava dharma)

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Source: Pure Bhakti: Bhagavad-gita (4th edition)

Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण) refers to “one of the sāttvika Purāṇas”. (cf. Glossary page from Śrīmad-Bhagavad-Gītā).

Source: Pure Bhakti: Brhad Bhagavatamrtam

Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण) refers to:—One of the six sāttvika Purāṇas. (cf. Glossary page from Śrī Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta).

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Vaishnava (वैष्णव, vaiṣṇava) or vaishnavism (vaiṣṇavism) represents a tradition of Hinduism worshipping Vishnu as the supreme Lord. Similar to the Shaktism and Shaivism traditions, Vaishnavism also developed as an individual movement, famous for its exposition of the dashavatara (‘ten avatars of Vishnu’).

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Dharmashastra (religious law)

Source: Shodhganga: The saurapurana - a critical study (dharma)

Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण) should be donated (dāna) on a thursday according to the Dharmaśāstra taught in the 10th century Saurapurāṇa: one of the various Upapurāṇas depicting Śaivism.—Accordingly, the donation of the various Purāṇas to various recipients on different tithis along with the merits thereof are given in the ninth chapter.—[...] The donation of Padmapurāṇa to a Vedavid-dvija on the thursday brings the rewards of Jyotiṣṭoma sacrifice.

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Dharmashastra (धर्मशास्त्र, dharmaśāstra) contains the instructions (shastra) regarding religious conduct of livelihood (dharma), ceremonies, jurisprudence (study of law) and more. It is categorized as smriti, an important and authoritative selection of books dealing with the Hindu lifestyle.

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Languages of India and abroad

Sanskrit dictionary

[«previous next»] — Padmapurana in Sanskrit glossary
Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Cappeller Sanskrit-English Dictionary

Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण).—[neuter] T. of a Purāṇa.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—Io. 215 (Sṛṣṭikhaṇḍa). 239 (Uttarakhaṇḍa). 254 (Pātālakhaṇḍa). W.p. 130-132. Oxf. 11^b. Bodl. 21. 22. Paris. (B 16. Bhūmikhaṇḍa). Ben. 52. 53. L. 520 (Sṛṣṭi). 1257 (Sṛṣṭi). 1263 (Pātāla). Khn. 26. 28. K. 26. B. 2, 12. Bik. 208 (Sṛṣṭi and Svarga). Tu7b. 13 (Pātālakhaṇḍa). 23 (Bhūmikhaṇḍa). Rādh. 39. NW. 446. 448. 454. 468. Oudh. Vi, 2. Burnell. 188^a. Poona. 427. 430 (Brahmottara). 431 (Brahmottara). Ii, 40 (Brahmottara). H. 39. Taylor. 1, 153 (Uttara). Oppert. 81. 82. 1139. 2188. 2372. 4422. 5089. 5576. 6519. 7336. 8072. 8073. Ii, 345. 673. 4041. 4715. 5443. 6917. 7633. Rice. 72. W. 1530 (Pātāla). Mentioned in Kūrmapurāṇa Oxf. 8^a, in Matsyapurāṇa Oxf. 40^b, in Varāhapurāṇa Oxf. 59^a, in Śivapurāṇa Oxf. 65^a, in Devībhāgavatapurāṇa Oxf. 79^b. Padmapurāṇe Amṛtamathana. Burnell. 203^b.
—Aṣṭmūrtiparvan (Kirātārjunīya). Burnell. 188^b.
—Ādityastotra. Burnell. 202^a.
—Utpalāraṇyamāhātmya. Oudh. Xix, 36.
—Ekādaśīvrata. Poona. 452.
—Kadalīpuramāhātmya. [Mackenzie Collection] 65.
—Kamalālayamāhātmya. Burnell. 188^b.
—Karavīramāhātmya. K. 22. Bühler 558.
—Karmagītā. Burnell. 189^a.
—Kalyāṇakāṇḍa. Burnell. 203^b.
—Kārttikamāhātmya q. v.
—Kālañjaramāhātmya. [Mackenzie Collection] 66. Pet. 722.
—Kālabhairavāṣṭaka. Burnell. 198^a.
—Kāśīmāhātmya. Bl. 2.
—Kṛṣṇanakṣatramāhātmya. Burnell. 188^a.
—Kriyāyogasāra q. v.
—Gaṇapatisahasranāman. Oudh. Xix, 36. Poona. 398.
—Gaṇeśadurga (from Uttara). Burnell. 197^b.
—Gāyatrīhṛdaya (from Pātāla). Burnell. 201^b.
—Gītāmāhātmya. Tu7b. 14. W. 1529. Peters. 1, 115. Sb. 243.
—Guṇatrayavivaraṇa (from Pātāla). Oudh. V, 4.
—Gautamīmāhātmya. Poona. 654.
—Citraguptakathā (from Uttara). L. 2467.
—Jagannāthamāhātmya. Ben. 50.
—Jālaṃdharopākhyāna. Oxf. 345^b.
—Jñānatilaka (?). Burnell. 93^b.
—Taptamudrādhāraṇamāhātmya. Rice. 84.
—Tīrthamāhātmya. Tu7b. 13.
—Tulasīmāhātmye Tulasīstotra. Burnell. 199^b. Bhk. 16.
—Tyāgarājakavaca. Burnell. 197^b.
—Tyāgasvāmimāhātmya. Burnell. 188^b.
—Triveṇīstotra (from Pātāla). Burnell. 199^b. 202^a.
—Tryambakamāhātmya (from Pātāla). K. 24. B. 2, 44. Burnell. 188^b. Poona. 372. Bühler 558. Oxf. 84^a (Index).
—Devāsurasaṃvāda. Poona. 382.
—Dharmāraṇya. Bühler 539.
—Dhyānayogasāra. L. 2098.
—Navagrahakavaca. Oppert. Ii, 8249.
—Navagrahastotra. Oppert. Ii, 8250.
—Nṛsiṃhacarita (from Sṛṣṭi). Khn. 28.
—Nṛsiṃhastavarāja. Burnell. 200^b.
—Pañcavaṭīmāhātmya. Bhk. 14. Bhr. 550.
—Pāyinīmāhātmya from Puṣkarakhaṇḍa. [Mackenzie Collection] 75.
—Puṣkaramāhātmya. Paris. (D 250). Gu. 3.
—Prayāgamāhātmya (from Pātāla). Oxf. 16^b. 84^a. Ben. 51. Oudh. Xvi, 46. Burnell. 188^b. Bh. 17.
—Bandīstotra. Burnell. 200^a.
—Bhaktavatsalamāhātmya. Burnell. 188^b.
—Bhasmamāhātmya. Burnell. 203^b.
—Bhāgavatamāhātmya (from Uttara). Io. 1116. B. 2, 46. Ben. 47. 50. Tu7b. 14. Peters. 2, 186.
—Bhīmāmāhātmya. Poona. Ii, 210.
—Malamāsamāhātmya. Poona. Ii, 37.
—Mallārisahasranāmastotra. Bp. 293.
—Mahālakṣmīstotra. Burnell. 199^a.
—Māghamāhātmya (from Uttara). Io. 153. W. p. 131. Oxf. 15. 84^a. Burnell. 188^b. 203^b. Bh. 17. Bhk. 19. Poona. 370. 437. Taylor. 1, 57. 157-159. 162. 293. Rice. 88.
—Māghamāhātmyasaṃgraha. Burnell. 203^b.
—Mārkaṇḍeyastotra. Burnell. 199^a.
—Yamunāmāhātmya. B. 2, 48.
—Rājarājeśvarayogakathā. Pet. 722.
—Rāmasahasranāmastotra. Bp. 293.
—Rāmastavarāja. Oppert. Ii, 8399.
—Rāmāśvamedha. Bh. 17. H. 43.
—Rudrahṛdaya. Burnell. 201^b.
—Reṇukāsahasranāman. Bhk. 17.
—Vārāṇasīmāhātmya. Rice. 88.
—Vikṛtajananaśāntividhāna. Ben. 139.
—Vibhūtimāhātmya. Oppert. Ii, 9984.
—Viṣṇuvṛddhasahasranāmastotra. Bhr. 79. Poona. 400.
—Viṣṇusahasranāman. W. p. 131 (and—[commentary]). Rādh. 28. Oudh. Xix, 36. Peters. 1, 119.
—Vṛndāvanamāhātmya. Pet. 722.
—Veṅkaṭeśastotra. Burnell. 201^a.
—Vedāntasāra-Śivasahasranāmastotra. Np. Vii, 30.
—Vaitaraṇīvratodyāpanavidhi. P. 11.
—Vaidyanāthamāhātmya (from Pātāla). Pet. 722. L. 2304. Ben. 47. NW. 466. Burnell. 188^b. Oppert. Ii, 7205. 7978.
—Vaiśākhamāhātmya (from Pātāla). W. p. 130. B. 2, 52. Ben. 47. 51. Burnell. 188^b. Bhk. 15.
—Śatāśvavijaya from Māghamāhātmya. Burnell. 188^b.
—Śivagītā q. v.
—Śivarāghavasaṃvāda. Burnell. 203^b.
—Śivarātrimāhātmya. Burnell. 188^b.
—Śivasahasranāmastotra. Pet. 722. Oudh. Xi, 6.
—Śoṇīpuramāhātmya. Paris. (Gr. 16).
—Śvetagirimāhātmya. [Mackenzie Collection] 88. Burnell. 188^b.
—Saṃkaṭānāmāṣṭaka. Bṛhatstotraratnākara p. 370.
—Satyopākhyāna. Sb. 248.
—Sarasvatyaṣṭaka. Bṛhatstotraratnākara p. 362.
—Sindhurāgirimāhātmya (?). K. 32.
—Sudarśanamāhātmya. Taylor. 1, 437.
—Sūryastotra. Burnell. 201^b.
—Sūryāṣṭaka. Burnell. 199^a.
—Hanumatkavaca. Burnell. 198^a.
—Hariścandropākhyāna. Ben. 50. Burnell. 188^b. Oppert. Ii, 2286. 2368.
—Holikāmāhātmya (from Pātāla). Io. 1828. Ben. 46. 52.

2) Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण):—Goldstu7cker 17 (Sṛṣṭikhaṇḍa). Gov. Or. Libr. Madras 47. 50. Hz. 120 (Uttara). 363 (Uttara). Rgb. 159 (Sṛṣṭi, Pātāla). 160 (Uttara [fragmentary]). Stein 202. 203. Padmapurāṇe Aduḥkhanavamīvrata. L. 4173.
—Ayodhyāmāhātmya. [Bhau Dāji Memorial] 43.
—Ṛṣipañcamīvratamahiman. Fl. 18.
—Kapilagītā. Stein 203.
—Kāyasthasthitinirūpaṇa. Peters. 4, 13.
—Kāyasthotpatti. [Bhau Dāji Memorial] 5. Peters. 4, 13.
—Kālindīmāhātmya. Stein 203.
—Kūṣmāṇḍavrata. L. 4126.
—Kedārakalpa. Oudh. Xx, 22.
—Khaḍgeśamāhātmya. Stein 203.
—Gaṇapatisahasranāman. [Bhau Dāji Memorial] 106.
—Gītāmāhātmya. Rgb. 153. Stein 203.
—Guruvrata. Stein 203.
—Caṇḍīstotra. Oudh. Xx, 36.
—Citraguptakṛtā stutiḥ (from the Pātālakhaṇḍa). Fl. 429.
—Jālaṃdharopākhyāna. Stein 203 (inc.).
—Tulasīmāhātmye Tulasīstotra. Stein 203.
—Divyanāmastotra. Gb. 43.
—Devikāmāhātmya. Stein 203.
—Pitṛgītākathana from the Takṣakavaṃśaprakāśa. Fl. 19.
—Pitṛstotra. Oudh. Xx, 38.
—Puṣkaramāhātmya. Peters. 4, 13. Rgb. 103.
—Prayāgamāhātmya. Peters. 4, 13.
—Phālgunakṛṣṇavijayāmāhātmya. Fl. 57.
—Bhāgavatamāhātmya. Fl. 20. Stein 203.
—Bhārgavavratodyāpana. L. 4182.
—Bhīmasenaikādaśīkatha or Bhīmabālakakathā. Stein 204.
—Bhūteśvarītīrthamāhātmya. Stein 204.
—Malamāsavrata. L. 4132.
—Māghamāhātmya. Hz. 32. 67. 599. Oudh. Xx, 42. Stein 204.
—Rāmāśvamedha. Peters. 4, 14.
—Rukmāṅgadakathā or Dvādaśīvratamāhātmya. Stein 204.
—Vasiṣṭhadilīpasaṃvāda from the Uttarakhaṇḍa. Gb. 42 ([fragmentary]). Oxf. 13^b.
—Viṣṇusahasranāman from the Uttarakhaṇḍa. Fl. 21. 430. Rgb. 179. Stein 204.
—Vaiṇyopākhyāna. Stein 204.
—Vaiśākhamāhātmya. Oudh. Xx, 42. Stein 204 (inc.).
—Śivasahasranāman. Stein 204.
—Śivālayamāhātmya. [Bhau Dāji Memorial] 124.
—Śītalāstotra. Stein 204.
—Satyopākhyāna. Stein 204.
—Haritālikāvratakathā. Stein 204.
—Harivaṃśaśravaṇavidhi. Stein 204. Weber 2148.
—Haristotra. Fl. 430.
—Harsheśvaramāhātmya. Stein 204.

3) Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण):—Ulwar 793 (Sṛṣṭikhaṇḍa and Uttarakhaṇḍa). 794 (and—[commentary]). 795 (Sṛṣṭikhaṇḍa). 796 (Pātālakhaṇḍa). 797 (Bhūmikhaṇḍa). Padmapurāṇe Kārttikamāhātmya. Ulwar 771.
—Citraguptakathā. Ulwar 786.
—Puṣkaramāhātmya. Ulwar 800.
—Bhāgavatamāhātmya. Ulwar 838.
—Māghamāhātmya. Ulwar 857.
—Rāmāśvamedha. Ulwar 864.
—Rāmāṣṭottaraśatanāman. Ulwar 2321.
—Vaiśākhamāhātmya. Ulwar 874.
—Śivagītā. Ulwar 583. 877.
—Śivasahasranāman. Ulwar 2400.
—Sadāśivasahasranāman. Ulwar 2413.

4) Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण):—Ak 151. As p. 102 (Sṛṣṭi, Bhūmi, Svarga, Pātāla 2 Mss. the second inc., Uttara 2 Mss.). Cs 4, 64 (Bhūmi). 109 (Sṛṣṭi, Bhūmi, Svarga). Io. 215 (Sṛṣṭi). 239 (Sṛṣṭi), 920 (a part of the Bhūmikhaṇḍa). Io. 239. 1306. 2556 (Uttarakhaṇḍa, in all three Mss. only a portion). Tod 6 (Bhūmi). Padmapurāṇe Ekādaśīmāhātmya. Cs 4, 9.
—Kārttikamāhātmya. Ak 116. Ashburner 13. Bs 15. Cs 2, 317. 4, 12. 278. L.. 208-211. Whish 47, 1.
—Kālaṃjaramāhātmya. Io. 2688.
—Kāśīmāhātmya from the Pātālakhaṇḍa. Cs 4, 21. L.. 212. 213.
—Kṛṣṇanāmasahasraka. Io. 2406.
—Kriyāyogasāra. As p. 102. Cr. (2 Mss.). Cs 4, 299. Io. 1785.
—Gītāmāhātmya from the Uttarakhaṇḍa. As p. 55. L.. 214. 215.
—Citraguptakathā. Cs 2, 301.
—Tulasīmāhātmya. Bc 9.
—Tryambakakṣetramāhātmya from the Pātālakhaṇḍa. Cs 4, 49.
—Dharmetihāsa. Hpr. 1, 194.
—Nṛsiṃhakathā. Ak 150.
—Nṛsiṃhakavaca. L.. 230, 2.
—Nṛsiṃhanāmāṣṭottaraśata. L.. 230, 1.
—Pañcavaṭīmāhātmya. Hpr. 2, 120.
—Pāpāṅkuśā Āśvinaśuklā. L.. 352, 22.
—Pippalamāhātmya. L.. 216.
—Prayāgamāhātmya. As p. 111. Cs 4, 44. Io. 254.
—Bhāgavatamāhātmya from the Uttarakhaṇḍa. As p. 131. Cs 4, 45. 266. Io. 1116. 2418. L.. 217-219.
—Mallārisahasranāman. L.. 220.
—Mahālakṣmīsahasranāman. L.. 221.
—Māghamāhātmya from the Uttarakhaṇḍa. Cs 4, 46. Hz. 1120. Io. 2856. L.. 222. 223 ([fragmentary]).
—Yamunānāmāni. Peters. 6, 110.
—Yamunāmāhātmya. Hpr. 2, 170. Peters. 6, 158. Padmapurāṇe Yamunāstotra. Ak 221.
—Yogasārastotra. Peters. 6, 207.
—Rājarājeśvarayoga. As p. 161.
—Rāmakavaca. As p. 162.
—Rāmāśvamedha from the Pātālakhaṇḍa. Ak 229. Cs 4, 42. 47. Io. 2487. 2492. L.. 224. Peters. 6, 162.
—Viṣṇusahasranāman from the Uttarakhaṇḍa. Bd. 180. Cs 4, 255. L.. 225. Tb. 182 F.
—Vṛndāvanamāhātmya from the Pātālakhaṇḍa. Cs 4, 42 (inc.).
—Vedasārasahasranāman. Io. 239.
—Vaidyanāthamāhātmya. As p. 186.
—Vaiśākhamāhātmya from the Pātālakhaṇḍa. L.. 226-228.
—Śivagītā q. v.
—Śivarāghavasaṃvāda. Cs 4, 41. Io. 2564.
—Śivasahasranāman. Peters. 5, 199.
—Śvetagirimāhātmya. Io. 2838.
—Saṃkaṣṭanāśanastotra. Cr.
—Saphalā Kṛṣṇaikādaśī Pauṣī. L.. 352, 3.
—Holikāmāhātmya from the Pātālakhaṇḍa. Cs 4, 262. Io. 846. 1828. Padmapurāṇakhila (?). Io. 2565.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

1) Padmapurāṇa (पद्मपुराण):—[=padma-purāṇa] [from padma] n. Name of sub voce Purāṇas.

2) Pādmapurāṇa (पाद्मपुराण):—[=pādma-purāṇa] [from pādma] n. = padma-p.

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Kannada-English dictionary

Source: Alar: Kannada-English corpus

Padmapurāṇa (ಪದ್ಮಪುರಾಣ):—[noun] = ಪದ್ಮ - [padma -] 18.

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