• Upanishads - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upanishads The Upanishads (/ uː ˈ p æ n ɪ ˌ ʃ æ d z, uː ˈ p ɑː n ɪ ˌ ʃ ɑː d z /; Sanskrit: उपनिषद् Upaniṣad [ˈʊpɐnɪʂɐd]) are ancient Sanskrit texts of spiritual teaching and ideas of Hinduism, some of which are shared with religious traditions like Buddhism and Jainism. They are the part of the oldest scriptures of Hinduism, the Vedas, that deal with meditation ...
  • Upanishads - Ancient History Encyclopedia

    www.ancient.eu/Upanishads The Upanishads claim that it is an illusion that we are all separate: with this realization we can be freed from ego, from reincarnation and from the suffering we experience during our existence. Moksha, in a sense, means to be reabsorbed into Brahman, into the great World Soul.
  • Upanishad | Hindu religious text | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/topic/Upanishad The Upanishads became the subject of many commentaries and subcommentaries, and texts modeled after them and bearing the name “Upanishad” were composed through the centuries up to about 1400 ce to support a variety of theological positions. The earliest extant Upanishads date roughly from the middle of the 1st millennium bce. Western ...
  • What are Upanishads? 10 Upanishads, Summary, Quotes ...

    www.hindutsav.com/upanishads The Upanishads are one of the most important religious and philosophical texts of the Hindus. They were written somewhere between 1500 BCE and 1000 BCE during such times when the Indian society started to raise their doubts about the traditional Vedic practices.
  • What Are the Upanishads to Indian Philosophy?

    www.learnreligions.com/the-upanishads-basics-1770575 The Upanishads are summits of thought on mankind and the universe, designed to push human ideas to their very limit and beyond. They give us both spiritual vision and philosophical argument, and it is a strictly personal effort that one can reach the truth. Meaning of 'Upanishad'
  • The Upanishads, 2nd Edition: Eknath Easwaran ...

    www.amazon.com/Upanishads-2nd-Eknath-Easwaran/dp/1586380214 The Upanishads can be read, not only for historical interest, but for portraying a radically different worldview to that prevalent in the contemporary neo-Enlightenment West. To be honest, I disagree with this perspective, sometimes radically so, but as a believer in the worth of diversity of ideas I found the Upanishads provide a fascinatingly ...
  • Hinduism - The Upanishads | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/topic/Hinduism/The-Upanishads Hinduism - Hinduism - The Upanishads: With the last component of the Vedas, the philosophically oriented and esoteric texts known as the Upanishads (traditionally “sitting near a teacher” but originally understood as “connection” or “equivalence”), Vedic ritualism and the doctrine of the interconnectedness of separate phenomena were superseded by a new emphasis on knowledge alone ...
  • Upanisads | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    www.iep.utm.edu/upanisad The Upaniṣads. The Upaniṣads are ancient texts from India that were composed orally in Sanskrit between about 700 B.C.E. and 300 B.C.E. There are thirteen major Upaniṣads, many of which were likely composed by multiple authors and are comprised of a variety of styles.
  • What are the Upanishads? - Definition from Yogapedia

    www.yogapedia.com/definition/5507/upanishads The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism that are recorded from oral traditions.They contain information regarding the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and Vedic doctrines that explain Self-realization through yoga ...
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