The Matsya Purana is one of the eighteen major Puranas (Mahapurana), and among the oldest and better preserved in the Puranic genre of Sanskrit literature in Hinduism. The text is a Vaishnavism text named after the half-human and half-fish avatar of Vishnu. However, the text has been called by the 19th-century Sanskrit scholar Horace Hayman Wilson, “although a Shaivism (Shiva-related) work, it is not exclusively so”; the text has also been referred to one that simultaneously praises various Hindu gods and goddesses.
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