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According to Hazra, there existed a text that was older than the extant one, and that the origin of that text was Bengal. Most probably it was composed in or near medieval Kamarupa modern Assam. It also describes in detail the rivers and mountains at Kamarupa tirtha and mentions the Brahmaputra River and the Kamakhya Kalika puran in. The surviving versions of the text are unusual in that they start abruptly and follow a format not found in either the major or minor Purana -genre mythical texts kalika puran in Hinduism.
The text states that a human sacrifice may be performed to please the goddess, but only with the consent of prince before a war or cases kalika puran in imminent danger.
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Kali in the Kalika Purana
This page was last edited on 23 Mayat Kalika puran in, estimates for different sections of the text range from 7th to 14th-century.
Part of a series on. Chapters 67 through 78 of the text constitute the Rudhiradhyaya which discusses bali animal sacrifice and of Vamacara Tantrism.
Hindi Book Kalika Puran
The work belongs to the goddess-oriented Shakta branch of Hinduism. Shahrastani on the Indian Religions.
The text also states that anyone who is physically handicapped, related to a Brahmin, or “is not willing to die” kalika puran in the sacrifice is unfit for the ritual. Views Read Edit View history. Part of a series on Hindu scriptures and texts Shruti Smriti Vedas.
It is kalika puran in late work, states Hazra, by Nibandha writers regarding Shakti worship. The text describes the rituals associated with a balior a rice-paste substitute for enemies prior to a kalika puran in, but does not describe how the sacrifice was actually done.
This text in attributed to sage Markendeya, and starts off with the legends of Devi trying to bring Kn back from ascetic life into householder’s life by making him fall in love again.