The Upanishads: Texts, Translations and Commentaries

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Lotus Press, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 466 pages
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The Upanishads is a collection of Sri Aurobindo's final translations of and commentaries on every Upanishad or other Vedantic text he worked on. Upanishads are the ancient treatises on spiritual truths as envisioned by the seers, sages and rishis of the civilization of India. Index.
  

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An enlightening book. But you would need some mastery over English if you want to go beyond Preface. Some of the sentences span a whole paragraph or more and you would have to have the whole paragraph ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Readings in the Taittiriya Upanishad
245
The Great Aranyaka
333
Chhandogya Upanishad
349
Commentary
389
Sadanandas Essence of Vedanta
412
Upanishadic Citations from The Life Divine
419
Peace Recitations
439
Index
453
Bibliographical Note
462
Copyright

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Sri Aurobindo has been considered one of the foremost philosophers of the 20th Century, but he was far more than just a philosopher. He was a political activist, a mystic, a spiritual leader and a poet, a yogi and a teacher.

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