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What Are the Upanishads? - Indian Philosophy
The Upanishads, hailed as the supreme work of the Indian mind, form the core of Hindu teachings. They are summits of thought on man and the universe, ...
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The Upanishads of Hinduism - Full Text Translation
Read the English text of the principal Upanishads from 'The Sacred Books of the East' translated by various Oriental scholars and edited by F. Max Müller.
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The Principal Upanishads - Chandogya, Kena and More - Hinduism
The Upanishads, hailed as the supreme work of the Indian mind, form the core of Hindu teachings. Learn about the 13 principal Upanishads and read the ...
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Indus Valley - Epics - Veda - Mahabharata - Bhagavad Gita ...
8 Articles in: Indus Valley - Epics - Veda - Mahabharata - Bhagavad Gita - Upanishads. Brahmanism · Brahmanism is an early religion of the Indian sub- continent ...
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Upanishads - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Definition: The Upanishads are the most basic and most important Hindu scriptures, completing the Vedic corpus. All othodox schools of Hinduism base their ...
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The Vedas: An Introduction (Origin, Author, Structure) - Hinduism
Each Veda has several Brahmanas attached to it. The Upanishads form the concluding portions of the Veda and therefore called the “Vedanta” or the end of the ...
http://hinduism.about.com/cs/vedasvedanta/a/aa120103a.htm
Caste System in Hinduism - About.com
Ancient Hindu texts, particularly the Upanishads, perceived the individual self or " atman" as the immortal pure essence of each being. All human beings are ...
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Who's A Guru? - Hinduism - About.com
The Upanishads have profoundly underlined the role of the guru. Mundak Upanishad says to realize the supreme godhead holding samidha grass in his hands ...
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Brahman of the Vedas: A Unique Concept of the Absolute - Hinduism
In the 'Taittariya Upanishad' II.1, Brahman is described in the following manner: " satyam jnanam anantam brahma", "Brahman is of the nature of truth, knowledge  ...
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Hindu Scriptures & Epics - Hinduism - About.com
... texts, the longest epic poems were all born in India. Here's your one-stop resource center on the Vedas, Upanishads, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata...
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