The Bhagavata Purana, sometimes rendered as Bhagavad Purana, also known as the Srimad Bhagavatam, or simply Bhagavatam, is one of the Puranas, a part of the literature of Hinduism. Its focus is on the bhakti movement in which Vishnu or Krishna is understood as Bhagavat (God). Earlier parts of the work contain stories of some devotees and objects of their devotion, avataras of God. The last and most important part of the work (i.e., the tenth canto) is an elaboration of the traditional story of Krishna.
It is considered a natural commentary on the Vedanta-sutra and is used as a textual source for Vaishnava Theology and Gaudiya Vaishnava Theology.
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