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Chandogya Upanishad in English

Chhandogyo Upanishad (Chandogya Upanishad in English) is under Samavedic Talvakar Brahmin. Kenopanishad also belongs to the Talvakar branch. That’s why both of them have the same peace lesson. This is very important. Its narrative style is very systematic and logical. Chandogyo Upanishad contains a very detailed and detailed description of Tatva-knowledge and its useful actions and worships. Although nowadays, due to the almost complete extinction of Upanishad work and worship, only a few eminent scholars and thinkers have the exact knowledge of their nature and mystery, yet there is no doubt that the feeling and purpose underlying them is based on the same. But later Smarta Karma and Puranic and Tantric worships have emerged from them.

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The Chandogya Upanishad is one of the most prominent of the major group of philosophical and mystical texts that form one of the threefold foundations of India’s spiritual learning, the tripod of Indian culture, composed of the Upanishads, the Brahmasutras, and the Bhagavad Gita. While the Veda Samhitas are the recognized primary sources of divine inspiration, their hidden intentions, purported messages, are considered to be prominently revealed in the Upanishads.

Of the ten major Upanishads, Chandogya and Brihadaranyaka stand above the others in their grand stature and majesty, these two texts are seen by scholars as representing the cosmic and supernatural aspects of reality. The Brihadaranyaka emphasizes the supra-spiritual nature of every level of existence and stage of evolution, which is a hyper-idealistic extension of all phenomena of experience. However, Chandogya Upanishad attempts to be more realistic in its factual consideration of life issues.

Read here in one click ~ Surya Siddhant in English

This interpretation of the Chandogya Upanishad is, perhaps, the most thorough study of its philosophical and spiritual message to date, and certainly goes as a companion to the author’s hermeneutic interpretation of the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad in a separate volume. In this, the first chapter is a brilliant study of the Panchagni-vidya and Vaishvanara-vidya sections occurring in the fifth chapter of the original text.

This single chapter of the Chandogya Upanishad (Chandogya Upanishad in English) may constitute a classical presentation of a grand theme for the cosmic meditation that characterizes the Upanishads in general. The second chapter highlights the great content of the sixth chapter of the original, which includes the instructions given by the sage Uddalaka to his son Shvetaketu. The third chapter is a study of the seventh section of the original, which deals with the royal Bhūma-vidya, the teachings of the sage Sanatakumar to Narada. The fourth chapter deals with the eighth section of the original, which actually concludes the Upanishad.

Samvarga-vidya and Sandilya-vidya, occurring elsewhere in the Upanishad, are also included at the end as stimulating meditative pieces absorbing interest. The internal details of this vast study of the Upanishads may be gathered from the list of materials appended here.

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