The text exists in many inconsistent versions, wherein the content as well as their subdivisions vary, and five major versions are known. The text as it exists today is a composite of material ranging from medieval era to very recent. These four parts have distinctive content and dating. Despite being labelled a purana or "tales of ancient times", the work relates only a few legends.
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The text exists in many inconsistent versions, wherein the content as well as their subdivisions vary, and five major versions are known. The available versions of Bhavishya Purana are based on a printed text published during the British colonial era. The first 16 chapters of the first part of the Bhavisya Purana is called Brahmaparvan. It shows similarities to, and likely borrowed verses from some version of the Manusmriti.
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