The Upanishads. Translated from the Sanskrit with introductions embodying a general survey and the metaphysics and psychology of the Upanishads, and with notes and explanations based on the commentary of Śri Śankarāchārya, the great ninth-century philosopher and saint of India, by Swami Nikhilānanda.

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Format
Book
Language
  • English
  • Sanskrit
Εdition
[1st ed.]
Published/​Created
New York, Harper [1949-59]
Description
4 v. 22 cm.

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Ed. and tr
Notes
Subtitle varies slightly: vols. 2-4 give "eighth-century philosopher."
Contents
v. 1. Katha, Iśa, Kena, and Mundaka.--v. 2. Śvetāśvatara, Praśna, and Māndukya with Gauḍapāda's Kārikā.--v. 3. Aitareya and Brihadāranyaka.--v. 4. Taittiriya and Chhāndogya.
LCCN
49009558 //r82
OCLC
860490
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