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according amongst ancient appears authority become beginning Bhagavata birth body born Brahma called cause CHAPTER character commentator communicated contains copies created creation creator Daityas Daksha daughter deity derived descendants described desire detail divine doubt earth effect elements existence explained fire follows former four given gives gods Hari Hindu holy India Indra Kalpa kinds king knowledge Krishna latter legends Linga lord Mahabharata Manu married Matsya means mind mountains nature object observed occurs offer original Padma passage period person portion present principle probably production properties Purana Puraria qualities reading referred religious repeated Rishis Rudra sages Sanskrit says seems sense seven Siva sons soul specified spirit stanzas story termed thee things thou thou art thousand tion translation universe various Vayu Vedas verses Vishnu waters whole wife worship
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