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Taittiriyaka-Upanishad

Contents First Valli First Anuvaka Second Anuvaka Third Anuvaka Fourth Anuvaka Fifth Anuvaka Sixth Anuvaka Seventh Anuvaka Eighth Anuvaka …

Tenth Anuvuka

Tenth Anuvuka 1. “I am he who shakes the tree (i.e. the tree of the world, which has to be cut down by knowledge). 2. My glory is like the top of a mountain. 3. I, whose pure light (of k…

Eleventh Anuvaka

Eleventh Anuvaka1. After having taught the Veda, the teacher instructs the pupil: “Say what is true! Do thy duty! Do not neglect the study of the Veda! After having brought to thy teache…

Twelfth Anuvaka

Twelfth Anuvaka1. May Mitra be propitious to us, and Varuna, Aryaman also, Indra, Brihaspati, and the wide-striding Vishnu! Adoration to Brahman! Adoration to thee, O Vayu! Thou indeed art the…

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Second Anuvaka

Second Anuvaka1. Om! Let us explain Siksha, the doctrine of pronunciation, viz. letter, accent, quantity, effort (in the formation of letters), modulation, and union of letters (sandhi). This …

Third Anuvaka

Third Anuvaka1. May glory come to both of us (teacher and pupil) together! May Vedic light belong to both of us!Now let us explain the Upanishad (the secret meaning) of the union (samhita), un…

Fourth Anuvaka

Fourth Anuvaka1. May he who is the strong bull of the Vedas, assuming all forms, who has risen from the Vedas, from the Immortal, may that Indra (lord) strengthen me with wisdom! May I, O God,…

Fifth Anuvaka

Fifth Anuvaka1. Bhu, Bhuvas, Suvas, these are the three sacred interjections (vyahriti). Mahakamasya taught a fourth, viz. Mahas, which is Brahman, which is the Self. The others (devatas) are …

Sixth Anuvaka

1. There is the ether within the heart, and in it there is the Person (purusha) consisting of mind, immortal, golden. Between the two palates there hangs the uvula, like a nipple—that is the star…