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THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE UPANIŞADS
Brahman or the Absolute Qualified Saguna
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE BHAGAVADGĪTĀ
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actions activity aggregate appears apprehends Ātman atoms attain aversion becomes body bondage Brahman called causal cause cognition colour complete conjunction consciousness consists created creation creator depends desire destroyed destruction determined distinct duties earth effect egoism elements empirical essence eternal ether evolution existence experience external objects fire five fruits future gross happiness identity ignorance individual individual souls inference infinite inherence intellect invariable Karma kinds knowledge known leads liberation limited manas manifested material cause matter māyā means mental merits and demerits mind modes moral nature never non-existence object organ owing pain particular past perceived perception permanent person pleasure prakſti predicate present produced pure qualities rajas reality realizes reason recognizes recollection regards relation sattva sense sense-organs similarity souls sound space substance subtle suffering tamas testimony things tion touch truth universe Vedas virtue volition