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Fourth Prapathaka

Fourth Prapathaka1. The Valakhilyas, whose passions were subdued, approached him full of amazement and said: “O Saint, we bow before thee; teach thou, for thou art the way, and there is …

Fifth Prapathaka

Fifth Prapathaka1. Next follows Kutsayana's hymn of praise:Thou art Brahma, and thou art Vishnu, thou art Rudra, thou Pragâpati, thou art Agni, Varuna, Vayu, thou art Indra, thou the Moon…

Sixth Prapatraka

Sixth Prapatraka1. He (the Self) bears the Self in two ways, as he who is Prâna (breath), and as he who is Aditya (the sun). Therefore there are two paths for him, within and without, and…

Seventh Prapathaka

Seventh Prapathaka1. Agni, the Gayatra (metre), the Trivrit (hymn), the Rathantara (song), the spring, the upward breath (prâna), the Nakshatras, the Vasus (deities)-these rise in the Eas…

First Mundaka: Second Khanda

Second Khanda1. This is the truth: the sacrificial works which they (the poets) saw in the hymns (of the Veda) have been performed in many ways in the Treta age. Practise them diligently, ye l…

First Mundaka

First MundakaFirst Khanda1. Brahma was the first of the Devas, the maker of the universe, the preserver of the world. He told the knowledge of Brahman, the foundation of all knowledge, to his …

Second Mundaka: Second Khanda

Second Khanda 1. Manifest, near, moving in the cave (of the heart) is the great Being. In it everything is centred which ye know as moving, breathing, and blinking, as being and not-being…

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…

Third Mundaka: Second Khanda

Second Khanda1. He (the knower of the Self) knows that highest home of Brahman, in which all is contained and shines brightly. The wise who, without desiring happiness, worship that Person, tr…