It is an inevitable and indelible fact that literary works that have withstood the ravages of time for over thousands of years are bound to incorporate changes /additions in them. It is an accepted fact. No one, save you, seem to have a problem with it.
It is but natural that the Puranas and Mahakaavyas would have undergone many changes. With each transfer (from the narrator to the listener, who in turn narrates to someone else) there are bound to be commissions and omissions. It is an undeniable fact. No one is contesting it. So what is your problem?
So what if the Srimad Bhagavatham that we are reading today is not 100% original? Heck, even I have made minor changes while narrating the same stories to my children. (My children did not know what a stone mortar was-so I had Yashoda tie Krishna to a big stool. They could visualize a stool better than a stone mortar)
You seem to be searching, with a magnifying glass, for odd descriptions that seem to suggest indecency, rather than appreciate so many other features in the Puranas.
Sorry I am not interested. I can offer perfectly logical explanation, in line with spirituality, for each one of your so called ' vulgar description' - but I doubt you will even understand. You seem to have closed you mind.
Edited by varaali - 18 November 2012 at 12:41am