Bhagvat Katha

Shrimad Bhagwat, also known as Bhagwat Purana, is one of the greatest Puranas in Hinduism. It is the most sacred book of Hindus and is highly revered by the devotees of Lord Vishnu. It is a book about Narayana, his avatars and the detailed account of Lord Krishna. Written by Rishi Vyasadeva, the book consists of eighteen thousand verses, which are presented, in twelve cantos. It is believed that Shukha Mahamuni (Son of Ved Vyas) narrated Bhagwat Purana during sarpayaag performed by King Parikshit (grandson of Arjuna). This ancient book is comprised of Mahabharata (Krishna avatar), Ramayana (Rama avatar), and Narasimha avatar of Lord Vishnu among others.