Upanishads


  •  Aitareyopanishad

    Aitareyopanishad

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     This Upanishad distinctly expounds the goal of human life to be the realization of the identity of the individual soul and the Supreme Soul. This it does by the method of adhyaropa and apavada, that is, assumption of names and forms and their negation.

  • The Charm and Power of the Upanisads

    The Charm and Power of the Upanisads

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    ‘Let the lion of Vedanta roar and the foxes (of fear and hatred) will fly to their holes’ said Swami Vivekananda. It is that lion roar which we get in the Upanishads. And it is precisely this truth that the author of this book tries to uncover and present to the readers. He brilliantly succeeds in bringing out the tremendous potency of the Upanishads in playing the role of a torchbearer illuminating the dark labyrinths of human life and destiny.

  • Insights Into Vedanta – Tattva Bodha

    Insights Into Vedanta – Tattva Bodha

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    A thoroughgoing study of Advaita Vedanta in the light of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda’s teaching has been a long-felt need. Swami Sunirmalananda the translator of this book has made a humble attempt towards this end. Here in this book on each verse, the translator gives a running commentary wherein he explains the thrust of the verse as illustrated by the observation of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda in relevant contexts. Several drawings and charts have been included to aid comprehension. It is hoped that the reader will be acquainted with the numerous aspects of Advaita through this book.

  • Aitareyopanishad - Shankarabhashyam

    Aitareyopanishad - Shankarabhashyam

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  • Upanishad Kathakal

    Upanishad Kathakal

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    Stories from the Upanishads 

  • Upanishathukalute Sandesam

    Upanishathukalute Sandesam

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    Upanishathukalute Sandesam Translation of Message of the Upanishads By Swami Ranganathananda, Translation from English by Prof. V. Muraleedhara Menon

  • Vedanta Paribhasha

    Vedanta Paribhasha

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    Vedanta Paribhasha a book on vedanta Authored by Dharmarajadhwareendran & commentary by E.P. Aravindaksha Pisharody

  • Mandukyakarika

    Mandukyakarika

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    Malayalam Translation of Mandukaya karika by Swami Mridananda

  • Katha Upanishad

    Katha Upanishad

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    Due to its most poetic and charming presentation of the sublime doctrines of the Vedanta, the Kathopanishad has ever been a great object of interest to scholars both of the East and West from a long time past. This book includes original verses constructed text (anvaya) with a literal word by word translation English rendering of each stanza copious notes and introductory note. This Upanishad forms part of the Kata Shaka (branch) of Krishna Yajur Veda. Hence it is called as the Kato-Upanishad. The subject dealt in this Upanishad viz. the Nachiketa Upaagyaana also finds a place in the Taittriya Brahmana.

    As mentioned earlier there are two parts in this Upanishad with three chapters in each part. In the first chapter one finds the story and history of Naciketas and the boons he requested from Yama the Lord of Death; the second chapter mentions the characteristics required of a liberation aspirant and about the path to freedom; the third chapter contains the relation between the Jivatma and the Paramatma and the manner in which the Jiva can overcome death successfully; the fourth fifth and sixth chapters reinstate the contents of the earlier chapters in a much authoritative way and also relate about re-birth the way in which a Yogi should leave his body behind etc.

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