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Taittiriya Upanishad (2 Vols)


Title: Taittiriya Upanishad (2 Vols)

Author: Swami Dayananda

Description: Complete Taittriya Upanisad with Bhasya as taught by Swami Dayananda in a 3 year course in Coimbatoire; Edited by John Warne; Photocopy with Spiral Binding.- Belonging to the Krishna Yajur Veda, Taittiriya , it is thought to be the first Upanishad Shankara wrote a Bhasya on. It is composed of three chapters: Siksa-valli, Brahmananda-valli and Bhrgu-valli. These are subdivided into Anuvakas (lessons) made up of a few crisp sentences, with measure and rhythm, meant to be learned and chanted as a unit. There are thirty-one lessons, distributed twelve, nine, and ten respectively in the three chapters. The first chapter deals with various upasanas or meditations, chanting and mental preparation and purity by neutralizing likes and dislikes. The second chapter analyzes Brahman, the reality in terms of the implied meanings of its definition, i.e. satyam, jnanam, anantam (existence, consciousness, limitlessness). It helps one to understand that although the world may have a useful reality, it is only an as-thou

Publisher: AVG, Saylorsburg

Edition: 2nd ed., Date: 2005, 447 pp., PB

Item Code: 9.78938E+12