VISHNUDHARMOTTARA PURANA PDF

Both Vishnudharma and Vishnudharmottara are Upa Puranas but they are very significant and famous in the Vaishnava cult. It is said in the Vishnudharmottara Purana that it is the second half of Vishnudharma Purana. It is claimed that both the Puranas were a part of Vishnu Purana. But the detailed study has not yet been done.

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Along with the narratives, it also deals with cosmology, cosmogony, geography, astronomy, astrology, division of time, pacification of unfavourable planets and stars, genealogies mostly of kings and sages , manners and customs, penances, duties of Vaishnavas, law and politics, war strategies, treatment of diseases of human beings and animals, cuisine, grammar, metrics, lexicography, metrics, rhetoric, dramaturgy, dance, vocal and instrumental music and arts.

Chapters deal with grammar, lexicography, metrics and rhetoric. Chapters deal with vocal and instrumental music. Chapters deal with dance and dramturgy. Chapters give an account of the various branches, methods and ideals of Indian painting. It deals not only with its religious aspect but also, and to a far greater extent, with its secular employment.

It "proclaims the joy that colours and forms and the representation of things seen and imagined produce".

Chapters deal with temple construction. Chapters deal with rites and rituals. Stella Kramrisch says that while the Vishnu Purana cannot be earlier than the 2nd half of the 4th century CE, the chapters of the Vishnudharmottara that deal with painting must have been compiled in the 7th century CE. Home Vishnudharmottara Purana. Vishnudharmottara Purana. Vishnudharmottara Purana Contents. Click on the links below for the Kannada Translation of Vishnudharmottara Purana , by Chamarajanagara Venkataramana Shastry, published in under the Shri Jayachamarajendra Grantharatnamala in 12 volumes.

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Vishnudharma and Vishnudharmottara Purana

Along with the narratives, it also deals with cosmology, cosmogony, geography, astronomy, astrology, division of time, pacification of unfavourable planets and stars, genealogies mostly of kings and sages , manners and customs, penances, duties of Vaishnavas, law and politics, war strategies, treatment of diseases of human beings and animals, cuisine, grammar, metrics, lexicography, metrics, rhetoric, dramaturgy, dance, vocal and instrumental music and arts. Chapters deal with grammar, lexicography, metrics and rhetoric. Chapters deal with vocal and instrumental music. Chapters deal with dance and dramturgy. Chapters give an account of the various branches, methods and ideals of Indian painting.

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Vishnudharmottara Purana

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Painting as an art has a rich history in India since it evolved and flourished from periods so early that it is hard to pin a time when India did not have painters. Painting is as old in India as its Shastra scriptures. Like other arts, Painting in India too has been Shastra -based.

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The Visnudharmottara Purana is an encyclopedic work of three khandas and dealing not only with various stories, myths and legends but also with varied subjects, viz. This work is divided in three khandas according to their subjects. First khanda is related with the pauranika legends and rebirths. The second khanda deals in pauranika ritualism. This is avowedly a Vaisnava work claiming to deal with various duties on the Vaisnavas. It recommends the Pancaratra method of Vishnu worship, adds great importance to the due observance of 'Panca-kala'; holds the scriptures of the Panacaratra in high esteem and extols one who honors or makes gifts to those who are versed in these scriptures. The third Khanda deals with architecture, sculpture, painting, dancing and music, the basic topics of Fine Arts in a very comprehensive and systematic way that one can call it a complete treatise on the Fine Arts of ancient India.

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