The Shiva Purana

by J. L. Shastri | 1950 | 616,585 words

This page relates “kumara-khanda” as found in the Shiva-purana, which, in Hinduism, represents one of the eighteen Mahapuranas. This work eulogizes Lord Shiva as the supreme deity, besides topics such as cosmology and philosophy. It is written in Sanskrit and claims to be a redaction of an original text consisting of 100,000 metrical verses.

Disclaimer: These are translations of Sanskrit texts and are not necessarily approved by everyone associated with the traditions connected to these texts. Consult the source and original scripture in case of doubt.

Section 2.4 - Rudra-saṃhitā (4): Kumāra-khaṇḍa

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Also known as the Rudrasamhita - Kumārakhaṇḍa (kumarakhanda).

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