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The Second Coming

The Second ComingTurning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimme…

Second Mundaka

Second MundakaFirst Khanda1. This is the truth. As from a blazing fire sparks, being like unto fire, fly forth a thousandfold, thus are various beings brought forth from the Imperishable, my f…

Second Adhyâya

Second AdhyâyaFirst BrahmanaI. There I was formerly the proud Gargya Balaki, a man of great reading. He said to Agatasatru of Kasi, “Shall I tell you Brahman?” Agatasatru said…

Second Song

Second Song[Hobbinol. Phillis. Tomalin.]HobbinolPhillis, Tomalin, away: Never such a merry day. For the Northern Shepheards Son Has Menalca's daughter won.PhillisStay till I some flow'rs ha'ty…

Second Brahmana

Second Brahmana1.Svetaketu Aruneya went to the settlement of the Pankalas. He came near to Pravahana Gaivali, who was walking about (surrounded by his men). As soon as he (the king) saw him, h…

Second Prapathaka

Second Prapathaka1. Then the Saint Sakayanya, well pleased, said to the King: “Great King Brihadratha, thou banner of the race of Ikshvaku, quickly obtaining a knowledge of Self, thou ar…

Second Brahmana

Second Brahmana1.Ganaka Vaideha, descending from his throne, said: “I bow to you, O Yagnavalkya, teach me.”Yagnavalkya said: “Your Majesty, as a man who wishes to make a long…

Second Adhyâya

1. Savitri (the sun), having first collected his mind and expanded his thoughts, brought Agni (fire), when he had discovered his light, above the earth. 2. With collected minds we are at the comm…

Second Adhyâya

Second Adhyâya 1. Prâna (breath) is Brahman, thus says Kaushitaki. Of this prâna, which is Brahman, the mind (manas) is the messenger, speech the housekeeper, the eye th…

Second Adhyâya: Second Khanda

Second Khanda 1. Next comes Kauntharavya: 2. There are 360 syllables (vowels), 360 sibilants (consonants), 360 groups. 3. What we called syllables are the days, what we…