Garuda Purana is one of the famous religious texts of Hindu religion. The ‘Garuda Purana’ associated with the Vaishnava sect is considered to be a virtuous person after death in ‘Sanatan Dharma’. Therefore, after the death of Sanatan Hindu religion, there is the provision of hearing of ‘Garuda Purana’. In the eighteen myths, Garud Mahapuran has its own special significance. Because its god himself is considered as Vishnu, that is why it is Vaishnava Puran.
According to the Garuda Purana, the fruits of our deeds are found in our lives, but even after death, there is good and bad results. For this reason, to attain this knowledge, an opportunity was made after the death of any member of the family so that we could know all the truth related to birth and death at that time ….
The real fact is that in the ‘Garud Puran’, the devotion of Lord Vishnu comes in detail in detail. Twenty-four incarnations of Vishnu are described in the same way as is available in ‘Shrimad Bhagwat’. Originally derived from Manu, the story of Dhruv Character and Twelve Adults is obtained. After that the Sun and Moon planets have been explained in detail about the mantra, the Shiva-Parvati Mantra, the related mantra of the Indra, the Mantras of Saraswati and the nine powers.