Amritanada Upanishad of Krishna-Yajurveda

by K. Narayanasvami Aiyar | 1914 | 1,203 words

Summary: This is the English translation of the Amritanada Upanishad (belonging to the Krishna-Yajurveda): a minor Sanskrit treatise selected amongst a collection 108 extant upanishads, dating to at least the 1st millennium BC.

The Amritanada-upanishad discusses the terms Nada (spiritual sound), which it states to be Amrita (nectar). It further says that Pranas produce Nada within and without.

Alternative titles include Amṛtanādopaniṣad (अमृतनादोपनिषद्), Amṛtanāda Upaniṣad (अमृतनाद उपनिषद्).

Alternative transliteration: Amrtanadopanisad, Amrtanadopanishad, Amritanadopanisadm, Amritanadopanishad.


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