Kena upanishad (Madhva commentary)

by Srisa Chandra Vasu | 1909 | 11,760 words | ISBN-13: 9789332869165

Summary: The English translation of the Kena-upanishad including the commentary of Madhva called the Bhasya. This Kenopanishad is an important text associated with the Samaveda and discusses topics such as Brahman and Atman (soul) and also knowledge regarding the Gods and their symbolic representation of forces of nature.

This edition the original Sanskrit text, word-for-word translation, English text, and the commentary of Madhvacharya.

The Kena Upanishad is also known as: Kenopaniṣad (केनोपनिषद्, kenopanisad), Kena-upaniṣad (केन-उपनिषद्, kena-upanisad, kena-upanishad). It is also known by the name Talavakāropaniṣad (तलवकारोपनिषद्, talavakaropanishad, talavakaropanisad) or Talavakāra-upaniṣad (तलवकार-उपनिषद्, talavakara).

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