Origin of Purana
OTHER WORDS FROM PuranaPu·ra·nic, adjective
Words nearby Purana
How to use Purana in a sentence
The word "Purana" means "old," and in ancient Sanscrit writings it has the same meaning as our "cosmology."
Four bridges crossed the Musi, the most notable of which was the Purana Pul, of 23 arches, built in 1593.
At this point, the Purana embarks on an episode which, at first sight, appears to have very little to do with its main subject.
Krishna's career as a warrior, in fact, is ended and with this episode the Purana enters its final phase.
Such vital differences are only partially resolved in the Bhagavata Purana.