Jagat Guru Rampal Ji Maharaj
Purans - पुराण (Shrimad Devibhagwat, Shiv Puran, Vishnu Puran)
An Insight in to The Holy Purans
Rajgun-Brahma Ji, Satgun-Vishnu Ji, and Tamgun-Shiv Ji are in birth (aavirbhaav) and death (tirobhaav).
Rajgun-Brahma Ji, Satgun-Vishnu Ji, and Tamgun-Shiv Ji have taken birth from Brahm (Kaal) and Prakriti (Durga) and all three are perishable. Shrimad'devibhagwat Puran, published from Gitapress Gorakhpur, Skand 3, Adhyay 5, page no.123: - God Vishnu prayed to Durga: said that I (Vishnu), Brahma, and Shankar are existing by your grace. We have birth (aavirbhaav) and death (tirobhaav).
Durga Ji's, and Vishnu Ji's knowledge and statement about the Supreme God
Shrimad'devibhagwat Puran, published from Gitapress Gorakhpur, edited by Shri Hanuman Prasad Poddar and Chiman Lal Goswami Skand 1, Page 28-29 and Skand 7, Adhyay 36, Page 562 - 563
Shiv Puran - Birth of Brahma Vishnu & Shiv
Shiv puran describes the birth of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv from Kaal. Brahma Vishnu and Shiva are in birth and death. These are not immortal.
Om Namah Shivaya - ॐ नमः शिवाय or the Panchakshara / Panchakshari Mantra in Shiv Puran
Shiv Puran gives the description of the Panchakshara / Panchakshari mantra in great detail. In there it is described that the "Om"(ॐ) Mantra is made of five syllables and is in reality the actual "Panchakshara / Panchakshari" mantra. Shiv Puran describes that the "Om"(ॐ) Mantra is made of five sounds is thus the actual Panchakshara / Panchakshari Mantra whereas translators of Shiv Puran have adulterated the mantra while doing the translations and have added "Om Namah Shivaya" (ॐ नमः शिवाय) on their own. In reality "Om Namah Shivaya" (ॐ नमः शिवाय) is not the Panchakshara / Panchakshari Mantra and is indeed self made and arbitrary.
Vishnu Puran विष्णु पुराण
Reality about Shradh (श्राध) from Vishnu Puran
What does Vishnu Puran say about worship of deceased ancestors (shradh)?
Shradh (श्राध) - Worship of Deceased Ancestors
Discussion of Rochya Rishi with his deceased ancestors about the performance of rites in Markande Puran
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita also says that those who carry out shraadhs (Worship the Pitras/Deceased Ancestors) will become pitra; they do not attain liberation
In Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 9 Shlok 25, God, the giver of the knowledge of Gita, has said that the worshippers of gods go to gods; the worshippers of Pitras (deceased ancestors) go to Pitras; the worshippers of ghosts (who offer Pind) go to ghosts i.e. become ghosts; those who follow scripture-based (according to Holy Vedas and Gita) way of worship, they come to me i.e. they enjoy for some more time in heaven and Great Heaven etc.