The Kaushítaki-bráhmaṇa-upanishad: With the Commentary of Śankaránanda

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C.B. Lewis, Baptist Mission Press, 1861 - Upanishads - 190 pages

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Page 146 - was united to a father of twelve and thirteen months, to - know the knowledge that is truth and to know the knowledge that is against the truth ; uphold, then, 0 gods, the due times of my life that I may win immortality. By my words of truth, by my toils and sufferings, I
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Page 163 - then the speech enters it with all names, the eye enters it with all forms, the hearing enters it with all sounds, the mind enters it with all thoughts. When he departs from this body, he departs with all these.*
Page 155 - Next on the day of the full moon let him in this same way adore the moon when it is seen in front of him, (saying), ‘ Thou art Soma, the brilliant, the wise, the five-mouthed, the lord of creatures. The

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