by Swami Nirvikarananda | 45,666 words
Summary: This is the English translation of the Isha Upanishad: a key scripture of the Vedanta sub-schools, and an influential Śruti to diverse schools of Hinduism. The text discusses the Atman (Soul, Self) theory of Hinduism, and is referenced by both Dvaita (dualism) and Advaita (non-dualism) sub-schools of Vedanta.
The name of the text derives from the its incipit, īśā vāsyam, "enveloped by the Lord", or "hidden in the Lord (Self)".
This edition contains the original Sanskrit text, the roman (IAST) transliteration and the english translation of the Isha Upanishad.
Alternative titles include: Īśopaniṣad (ईशोपनिषद्), Īśa-upaniṣad (ईश-उपनिषद्), Isopanisad, "Ishopanishad"
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