Puranas usually give prominence to a particular deity, employing an abundance of religious and philosophical concepts. They are usually written in the form of stories related by one person to another. The Puranas are available in vernacular translations and are disseminated by Brahmin scholars, who read from them and tell their stories, usually in Katha sessions (in which a traveling Brahmin settles for a few weeks in a temple and narrates parts of a Purana, usually with a Bhakti perspective).
This Blog of Baladeva is coming soon. Today is fool-moon, so it is a good day to start a new project. I will use this Blog to post text, photos, videos and other interesting stuff related to Indian culture an VEDIC WISDOM.