Sanskrit Manuscripts : Vaiśākhamāhātmya

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A modern manuscript of the <i>Vaiśākhamāhātmya</i> from the <i>Skandapurāṇa</i> (<i>Vaiṣṇavakhaṇḍa</i>). The <i>Vaiśākhamāhātmya</i> is a work in praise of the Vaiśākha month (April-May), considered a highly auspicious period especially by the Vaiṣṇavas and Krishnaite devotees: the text describes the procedure and effectiveness of religious vows, worship, and rituals performed during this month. This work is composed of 30 <i>adhyāya</i>s; the manuscript is incomplete, though both its beginning and end are preserved (see under Condition). </p>

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