UPANISHADS - category

SECTION 79 prājāpatyo hāruṇiḥ suparṇeyaḥ prajāpatiṁ pitaramupasasāra kiṁ bhagavantaḥ paramaṁ vadantīti tasmai provāca || 1|| 1. Ārunī, the son of Prajāpati and Suparṇa approached his father Prajāpati—thus we have heard—and questioned him, what is that which revered teachers declare as the supreme means of liberation? To him Prajāpati thus replied — satyena vāyurāvāti satyenādityo rocate divi satyaṁ vācaḥ pratiṣṭhā satye

SECTION 80 tasyaivaṁ viduṣo yajñasyātmā yajamānaḥ śraddhā patnī śarīramidhmamuro vedirlomāni barhirvedaḥ śikhā hṛdayaṁ yūpaḥ kāma ājyaṁ manyuḥ paśustapo'agnirdamaḥ śamayitā dānaṁ dakṣiṇā vāgghotā prāṇa udgātā cakṣuradhvaryurmano brahmā śrotramagnīt yāvaddhriyate sā dīkṣā yadaśnāti taddhaviryatpibati tadasya somapānaṁ yadramate tadupasado yatsañcaratyupaviśatyuttiṣṭhate ca sa pravargyo yanmukhaṁ tadāhavanīyo yā vyāhṛtirahutiryadasya vijñāna tajjuhoti yatsāyaṁ prātaratti tatsamidhaṁ yatprātarmadhyandinaɱ sāyaṁ ca tāni savanāni ye ahorātre te darśapūrṇamāsau ye'rdhamāsāśca māsāśca

This is a sticky index file about all Upanishads and important commentaries on text of Upanishads. As we already remember – Upanishads are the concluding teachings of Vedas and from Vedas,and they are the very fundament of Vedanta – the Vedic Wisdom squeezed out by generations of enlightened Vedic seers,saints,teachers and their best students;

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