Garga Samhita

Garga Samhita ("The narrations of Garga") is a book written by the sage Garga and deals with the life of Krishna.

The several "khanda" or chapters of the book are :
* Goloka-khanda

The two chapters of the Yuga Purana are also part of the Garga Samhita.

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