The Taittirīya Upanisad: With the Original Text in Sanskrit and Roman Transliteration
Narayana Prasad (Muni)
D.K. Printworld, Jan 1, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 211 pages
This Upanishad is offered in three chapters treated singly by the author who reveals the invisible thread that run through them.
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Absolute actual akasa annam apana applied wisdom aspect Atharva Veda atma atman attains the Supreme austere self-enquiry becomes belonging Bhagavad Bhagavad Gita bhavati Bhrgu bhuvah Bliss body Brahman attains brahmeti called chapter consciousness consisting of mind contemplative context cosmic creation disciple earth eater enquiry entities essence of food everything existence experience expositions fire five five-fold groups function Gita gods gurukula Happiness ananda human form idam immortality individual Indra jatani know Brahman knower of Brahman knowledge living mahah mahasamhita mantra means Narayana Guru nature non-dual one's oneself Person prakrti prana present section principle prthivi Reality realize revalued Rg Veda rituals Sanskrit satyam says seeker seen self-study and listening sense siksa space svadhyaya svadhyaya pravacane svaha Taittiriya tapas teaching ultimate Truth understanding Upanisad Vaisampayana Valli Varuna Vedanta Vedic concept Vedic hymns verily verse vijnana vision vital breath vyahrtis vyana Yajur Veda Yoga