Upanishads: Individual

Aitareya Upanisad, with the Commentary of Sankaracarya / Gambhirananda

Aitareya Upanisad, with the Commentary of Sankaracarya / Gambhirananda

Devanagari text, English translation, Sankara's commentary, and explanatory notes.

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Aitareyopanisad / Sarvananda

Aitareyopanisad / Sarvananda

Devanagari text, word-for-word meanings, English translation, explanatory notes, commentary based on Shankaracharya.

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Brhadaranyaka Upanisad

Brhadaranyaka Upanisad

Devanagari text, word-for-word meanings, and English translation. Commentary based on that of Shankara with the gloss of Anandagiri.
The first edition, which was published in anonymously in 1945, was prepared by Swami Jagadiswarananda. In the present edition, the book has been thoroughly revised by Swami Madhavananda.

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Brhadaranyaka Upanishad with the Commentary of Sankaracarya

Brhadaranyaka Upanishad with the Commentary of Sankaracarya

Devanagari text, English translation, and Shankara's commentary.

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Chandogya Upanisad / Lokeswarananda

Chandogya Upanisad / Lokeswarananda

Devanagari text, transliteration, English translation with notes based on Sankara's commentary.

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Chandogya Upanisad / Swahananda

Chandogya Upanisad / Swahananda

Devanagari text, word-for-word meanings, English translation, and explanatory notes based on Shankara's commentary.

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Chandogya Upanisad with the Commentary of Sankaracarya / Gambhirananda

Chandogya Upanisad with the Commentary of Sankaracarya / Gambhirananda

Devanagari text, English translation, Sankara's commentary, and explanatory notes.

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God is Everything: An Exposition of the Isavasya Upanishad

God is Everything: An Exposition of the Isavasya Upanishad

The theme: the immanence of the Divine in everything, and ultimately the experience of the Divine as the reality of everything. The exposition: how it can help us to live as decent human beings and at peace with ourselves.

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Isa Upanisad / Lokeswarananda

Isa Upanisad / Lokeswarananda

Devanagari text, transliteration, word-for-word meanings, and English translation, with notes based on the commentary of Shankara.

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