This is the third book of the series of the Puranas undertaken to apprise the youth with our cultural heritage in the language and style they are most familiar with. The Puranas, in fact, depict the evolution of the ethos in this part of the world and hence they also show the rise and fall of the human values as well in the attempt to set the high norms of living.
They reveal to us not only the dharma as they conceived it but also the ideal routine to live your life usefully and fully. While no attempt has been made to affect any change in the assiduously eulled text, the style has surely been altered to assimilate the fact not with a blind vision but with an awakened mind.
It must, however, be borne in the mind that no alteration in the axiomatic assumptions of the Hinduism viz. the Karma Theory, the theory of rebirth of the soul till it reaches the level of emancipation and the joint family system, should be assumed. Since the Purana runs along with the help of three set of dialogues, most of the text had been rendered in indirect speech.