Principal Upanishads – Vol I

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 Isa, Kena, Katha, Prashna, Mundaka, MandookyaTaittiriya, Mahanarayana, Shvetashvatara - 9 Upanishads – with text in Sanskrit and translation and notes

Principal Upanishads – Vol II

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Chandogya – with original text in sanskrit, translation and notes

Principal Upanishads – Vol III

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Brihadaranyaka – with Original text in sanskrit, translation and notes

Śrī Īśopaniṣad

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Sri Isopanishad is one of the first books Srila Prabhupada published in the course of establishing the Hare Krishna movement in the Western world. Its eighteen mantras—Vedic hymns—are meant to focus the mind in meditation on the Supreme Person, Krishna. Sri Isopanishad's mantras direct our attention toward how the Supreme Person is the complete whole of existence, and that all manifestations emanating from Him—including our bodies and the world we inhabit—are also complete in and of themselves. The Isa—"supreme controller"—for whom Isopanishad is named, is poetically described as being simultaneously far away and near, walking and not walking, within and outside of everything.

The Amazing Life Of Yaajnavalkya & His Role In Brihadaaranyaka

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Yaajnavalkya lived in Dwaapara Yuga and came to be recognized as the most erudite scholar of his time and that

ಶ್ರೀ ಈಶೋಪನಿಷದ್ (Srī Ishopanishad – Kannada)

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Sri Isopanishad is one of the first books Srila Prabhupada published in the course of establishing the Hare Krishna movement in the Western world. Its eighteen mantras—Vedic hymns—are meant to focus the mind in meditation on the Supreme Person, Krishna. Sri Isopanishad's mantras direct our attention toward how the Supreme Person is the complete whole of existence, and that all manifestations emanating from Him—including our bodies and the world we inhabit—are also complete in and of themselves. The Isa—"supreme controller"—for whom Isopanishad is named, is poetically described as being simultaneously far away and near, walking and not walking, within and outside of everything.