- 108 Upanishads PDF Downloads in English, Sanskrit, Hindi
- The next in antiquity is the Sama Veda which contains the Kena Upanishad and Chandogya Upanishad. Next comes the Yajur Veda which contains the most: four of the Upanishads namely, Katha, Taittiriya, Brihadaranyaka and Svetasvatara. The most recent ...
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- A cominciare dal titolo che, richiamandosi ad una celebre espressione del Kena Upanisad (“Ciò che nel fulmine abbaglia, fa chiudere gli occhi ed esclamare "AH!"), indica la via per la ricerca della bellezza e dello stupore.
- Dancer, patron of the arts Mrinalini Sarabhai: Her feet are footsteps in
- He even marked out some passages from the Kena Upanishad and asked me to depict them in dance, which I choreographed and danced for Swami Chinmayananda in his ashram. mrinalini-sarabhai759gf. “Gujarat had no background of classical dancing, ...
- Diwali: The Threshold Light in the Midst of Darkness
- To emphasize its indispensability for life, Kena Upanishad (Chapter 1) describes the divine light as the Ear of the ear, the Mind of the mind, the Speech of speech, the Breath of the breath, and the Eye of the eye.
- Fallacies in criticism of idol worship
- Now coming to the issue of prohibition of Idol worship in the Vedas, a few mantras from the Yajurveda, Isha Upanishad, and Kena Upanishad among others, are often quoted to show that Vedas prohibit idol worship, the chief of them being Sukla Yajurveda ...
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