upanishhat related Sanskrit Documents in Devanagari script, available in various Indian language scripts, IAST and ITRANS transliteration schemes. Upanishads (1) Kathopanishad, (2) Isavasyopanishad, (3) Prasnopanishad, 4) Isavasyopanishad. I cannot bring to the reader Sanskrit grammar,. Vedanta. Sanskrit, Yes | No, A- | A | A+. English, Yes | No, A- | A | A+. ॐ पूर्णमदः पूर्णमिदं पूर्णात् पूर्णमुदच्यते । अग्ने नय सुपथा राये.
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That is full; this is full, for from the full the full indeed arises. When the full is taken from the full, what remains is full indeed. All this should be covered by the Lord, whatsoever moves on the earth. By such a renunciation protect thyself. Covet not the wealth of others. B y performing karma isavassyopanishad this world as enjoined by the scriptures should one yearn to live a hundred years.
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Thus action does not bind thee, the doer. There is no other way than this. T hose worlds of Asuras demons are enshrouded by blinding gloom. Those who are the slayers of the Self go to them after death.
U nmoving, It is one, faster than the mind. The senses cannot reach It, for It proceeds ahead. Remaining static It overtakes others that run.
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On account of Its presence, Matarsiva the wind conducts the activities of beings. I t moves; It moves not. It is far; It is near. It is within all; It is without all. H e who perceives all beings in the Self alone, and the Self in all beings, does not entertain any hatred on account of that perception. W hen a man realises that all beings are but the Self, what delusion is there, what grief, to that perceiver of oneness?
T hat Self is all-pervading, radiant, bodiless, soreless, without sinews, pure, untainted by sin, the all-seer, the lord of the mind, transcendent and self-existent.
That Self did allot in proper order to the eternal Prajapatis known as samvalsara year their duties. T hose who worship avidya karma born of ignorance go to pitch darkness, but to a greater darkness than this go those who are devoted to Vidya knowledge of the Devatas. D ifferent indeed, they say, is the result attained by vidya and different indeed, they say, is the result attained by avidya. Thus have we heard from the wise who had explained it to us.
H e who knows both vidya and avidya together, transcends mortality through avidya and reaches immortality through vidya.
T o pitch darkness they go who worship the Unmanifested Prakriti. To a greater darkness than this go those who are devoted to the Manifested Hiranyagarbha. D ifferent indeed, they say, is the result attained by the worship of the Manifested and different indeed, they say, is the result attained by the worship of the Unmanifested.
H e who knows both the Unmanifested and the destructible Hiranyagarbha together, transcends death by the worship of the destructible and attains immortality by the worship of the Unmanifested.
T he face of the Truth ie. Mayst thou unveil it, O Sun, so as to be perceived by me whose dharma is truth.
upanishhat related Sanskrit Documents in Devanagari script
O nourisher, pilgrim of the solitude, controller, absorber of all rasasoffspring of Prajapati, cast away thy rays, gather them up and give up thy radiating brilliance. That form of thine, most graceful, I may behold. He, the Purusha in the solar orbI am.
L et my vital air prana now attain the immortal Air all-pervading Self ; then let this body be reduced to ashes.
Om, O mind, remember – remember that which has been done, O mind, remember – remember that which has been done. O Fire, O Deva, knower of all our actions or all our knowledge, lead us by the good path for enjoying the fruits of actions.
Liberate us from our deceitful sins. We offer thee ever more our words of adoration.
The Upanishads Aitareya upanishad Kaushitaki upanishad Isha upanishad Taittiriya upanishad Katha upanishad Shvetashvatara upanishad Mandukya upanishad Munduka upanishad Prashna upanishad.