The text is divided into four parts, called khandas, and contains 18,000 verses.
The first part, called Brahma Khanda, describes the creation and the origin of the universe.
The second part, called Prakriti Khanda, explains the nature of reality and the relationship between the individual soul and the Supreme Soul.
The third part, called Ganapati Khanda, is dedicated to the worship of Ganesha, the elephant-headed god.
The fourth and final part, called Krsna Janma Khanda, narrates the life and teachings of Krishna, including his birth, childhood, and various adventures.
The Brahma Vaivarta Purana is considered an important text in the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism, which regards Vishnu or his various avatars, such as Krishna, as the supreme deity. It is also considered a valuable source of information on Hindu theology and philosophy.
The Brahma Vaivarta Purana also explains various philosophical concepts, including the nature of the soul, the laws of karma, and the importance of devotion to God. It emphasizes the importance of living a righteous life and performing good deeds, which is the key to attaining salvation or moksha.