Puranas

Hinduism

Ila

Ila or Ilā is a deity in Hindu legends, known for their sex changes. As a man, they are called Ila or Sudyumna, and as a woman, they are called Ilā.

Cycles

Four Yugas

The Hindu Puranic King Lists are found in the Puranas, which are ancient Hindu scriptures written in Sanskrit.

The Hindu Puranic King Lists are found in the Puranas, which are ancient Hindu scriptures written in Sanskrit.

Ignatius Donnelly

The Deluge Legends (I)

Chaldean, Syrian, Indian, Iranian, Greek, Welsh, Scandinavian and Persian Great Flood Stories

Man: Whence, How and Whither

The Civilisation of Atlantis

Mr. Scott-Elliot describes the famous City of the Golden Gates as surrounded by a beautiful, park-like landscape dotted with villas of the wealthy.

The Peach of Immortality, also known as the Peach of Longevity, is a significant element in Chinese mythology, particularly within Daoist traditions.

Mankind is actually the successor of other intelligent creatures such as jinn and hinn

Hinduism

Vaivasvata Manu

Manu once rescued a small fish, which later revealed itself to be the god Vishnu in the form of a fish (Matsya). The fish warned Manu about an impending catastrophic flood

Hinduism

Padma Purana

Creation story The creation story in the Padma Purana generally follows the cosmological model common to Hinduism, involving cycles of creation, preservation, and dissolution. The primary aspects of the creation narrative include the emergence of the cosmic egg (Brahmanda) and the subsequent division of the egg into various elements, leading to the formation of the … Read more