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Page 1. THE UPANISHADS. TRANSLATED BY. SWAMI PARAMANANDA. Page 2. HARVARD. DIVININ. ASCHOOL. Angoyer-Harnard. Theological Library. Source: "The Upanishads - A New Translation" by Swami Nikhilananda in four volumes. 2. Table of Explain it to me, for I am full of faith. The inhabitants. With commentary on the first 10 Upanishads by Swami Nirmalananda Giri. Hindu Temple When the full is taken from the full, what remains is full indeed.


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rendering of the Sanskrit text, the Swami throughout his called the Upanishad, which deals wholly .. tion is merely a modificationof the One Supreme Whole. The Ten Principal Upanishads - a public domain PDF ebook on the most important Upanishads from the Hindu-religion. Download the book. Brihadaranyaka Upanishad centers around the fundamentals of Atman, Soul or Self. Download the free PDF ebook here ( pages/14 MB): My heart is filled with abundant divine love, joy, peace, prosperity and.

The grammatical notes are structured as follows: After nouns, I have listed the gender, case, and number, followed by the stem or, for pronouns, the base. It is generally the noun stem with or without prefixes that must be entered into the online Monier-Williams Dictionary in order to obtain results. In many cases, I have listed the verbal root from which the stem is derived, and have written any prefixes or suffixes separately.

After verbs, I have listed the person, number, mood, voice, and, when applicable, secondary conjugations. This is followed by the root again separated from prefixes and suffixes.

Often, more than one case, gender, etc.

To list all of these possibilities in every case would have been cumbersome, but I did make note of different possibilities at times. It is important to note that Sanskrit texts often omit derivatives of to e , so the eade ust usuall add these at thei dis etio. For example, the line in Kena III. One downside is that this alphabet cannot be typed into the search box of the online Monier-Williams Dictionary: English uses sandhi, too: The Sanskrit sandhi rules have not been included here e ause they a e e fou d i a y ooks.

For an understanding of why these ha ges o u , I e o e d Ro e t P. Gerund a. Past active Past active participle a. These are adjectives: It differs in that it is more p ese t, a ti e o st u tio imperfective—i.

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Pe haps the E glish p ese t pe fe t te se Ra a has e e e ed is a suitable translation in these cases. Perfect a. In the case of ubhayapada verbs, I simply indicated which ending was taken in each particular occurrence. It expresses a desire to o ditio have done things differently in the past. Optative a.

Desiderative sannanta e di g i san Indicates that someone desires to do the action.

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The last member loses its independence and the compound as a whole qualifies some noun outside the compound, which is often implicit. Often, the former member s des i es the last e. Even performing actions here, one should eva ind.

In this way—it is not otherwise in this na ind. Unmoving, one, quicker than the mind— one. It is inside of this all; it is, of all this, sarvasya mn.

And in all beings, the self—from him it does sarva grammar not specified; pronominal not wish to conceal itself. Therefore, let such man, after he has laid those fires, [18] meditate on the Self, to become complete and perfect.

But who is to be meditated on? The king admits, "I lack the knowledge of Soul, you know the essence of Soul", so please teach me. The king insists, by asking a series of metaphysical questions to the sage.

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In this body infected with passions, anger, greed, delusion, fright, despondency, grudge, separation from what is dear and desirable, attachment to what is not desirable, hunger, thirst, old age, death, illness, sorrow and the rest - how can one experience only joy? There are other great ones. And what of these?

The drying up of great oceans, the crumbling down of the mountains, the instability of the pole-star, the tearing of the wind-chords, the sinking down, the submergence of the earth, the tumbling down of the gods from their place - in a world in which such things occur, how can one experience only joy! It is likely, states Deussen, that these two philosophies influenced the formulation of these questions in the form presented in Maitri Upanishad. I shall tell it to thee.

The dialogue states that "man was created in the image of its creator, innately has all its powers, and is driven by it".

The dialogue raises a series of metaphysical objections and inconsistencies with this premise, and then offers theories to resolve the what, how and why this is so.

Vyana holds the Prana and Apana in balance, giving strength to the whole body. Samana is that which carries gross food to Apana and then subtler food throughout the body. Udana is that which delivers food up and down the body from what has been eaten or drunk.

Now the Upamsu-vessel or prana depends on the Antaryama-vessel apana and the Antaryama-vessel apana on the Upamsu-vessel prana , and between these two the self-resplendent Self produced heat. This heat is the purusha person , and this purusha is Agni Vaisvanara. The Purusha resides within, assumes the nature of Buddhi intellect, power to reason.

However, having divided itself fivefold, its purpose unattained, it impulsively feels, "let me enjoy objects". The Upanishad, thereafter recites the "parable of chariot" found in older Upanishads.

Max Muller summarizes it as, "the perceptive organs are his reins, the active organs his horses, the body his chariot, the mind the charioteer, the whip being the temperament emotions. Driven by that whip, his body goes round and round like a wheel driven by the potter.

This body is made intelligent, and he Atman is the driver thereof. This Soul of his is pure, unchanging, unmoving, undefilable, serenely calm constant, the spectator within him, the self-abiding. Man, because of this confusion, binds himself with suffering, just like a bird binds itself inside a net.

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However, the "immortal soul" is, states the text, unaffected by the elemental soul's confusion and drifts. Now as even a ball of iron, pervaded by fire, hammered by smiths, becomes manifold forms, thus the elemental Self, pervaded by inner man, hammered by guna qualities, personality , becomes manifold.

And as when the ball of iron is hammered, the fire is not overcome unaffected , so the inner man is not overcome, only elemental Self is overcome. The remedy for elemental Self, in order to realize the true Self, is to acquire the knowledge of the Veda, perform svadharma one's duty based on one's age, be part of Rta, devote oneself to Ashrama stage one is in.

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It calls asceticism qua asceticism wrong, and then immediately calls asceticism right, necessary and praises asceticism for the inner perfection and Self-knowledge it helps bring. In paragraph 4. It is this union of Brahman that frees the true Self unto bliss.

The text answers that they are merely forms of Brahman, that one should meditate upon, worship, yet ultimately deny them and reject the gods. This is expounded on, as follows, Agni fire , Vayu wind and Aditya sun , Kala time , Prana breath , and Food, Brahma, Rudra and Vishnu - some meditate upon one, some upon another, tell us which one is the best?

To whichever deity each man is attached, in its world he rejoices.This liberation is achieved through one's mind, by refining one's thoughts, through knowing Atman. Get access to all available Shri Mataji's talks via your cellphone!

In it [Soul] there reposes the ruler of all, the lord of all, the king of all. Verses 10 to 13, return to the poetic form, and the theme of what knowing Brahman is and what knowing Brahman is not.

Of the early periods are the Brihadaranyaka and the Chandogya, the oldest.

Om represents Brahman-Atman.

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