Concept of Oneness in the Upanishads (study)

by Chandra Shekhar Upadhyaya | 2015 | 52,584 words

Summary: This essay sudies the Concept of Oneness in the Upanishads—Spiritual teachings in the form of ancient Sanskrit literature which represents divine revelations acquired by the seers of ancient India and contain the essence of the Vedas. These Upanishads give the message of unity in diversity (i. e., oneness), as all the living beings are originated from one Supreme Reality and maintained by Him. This concept of oneness is the very essence of spiritualism, which constitutes the solid structure of Indian culture.

The Upanisads teach us the essential oneness of humanity and guide us to the truth that the whole world is a family. Thus the age-old concept of oneness perceived by the Upanishadic seers seems to be more relevant today than ever before.


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