Lalitopakhyana (Lalita Mahatmya)
by G.V. Tagare | 1958 | 103,924 words | ISBN-10: 8120838246 | ISBN-13: 9788120838246
Summary: The English translation of the Lalitopakhyana (also Lalita-Mahatmya), as found in the final part of the fourth section of the Brahmanda-Purana. The Lalita Mahatmya however, is a important scripture within Shaktism and is presented in the form of a dialogue between sage Agastya and Hayagriva (an incarnation of Vishnu).
It includes, among other topics, the battle between Devi and Bhanda as well as the Lalita Sahasranama (thousand names glorifying Lalita)
The Brahmanda Purana is one of the oldest eighteen major puranas
and covers a vast range of encyclopedic topcs.
Original Sanskrit title: Lalitā-Māhātmya (ललिता-माहात्म्य) or Lalitāmāhātmya (ललितामाहात्म्य). Lalitopākhyāna (ललितोपाख्यान).
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