Course Category: Upanisad

Kena Upanisad

“By whom (kena, i.e., by whose mere intent) is the impelled mind directed?” With this profound question, the Kena Upanishad begins. One of the shortest

Katha Upanisad

Part of the Krishna Yajurveda, and one of the most popular Upanishads, Katha Upanishad comprises two parts and 120 verses. It is one of the

Mandukya Upanisad

In twelve verses, Mandukya unfolds the non-dual vision of reality through an elaborate exposition of the meaning of the sacred syllable Om. As a sound

Taittiriya Upanisad

Belonging to the Krishna Yajur Veda, Taittiriya , it is thought to be the first Upanishad Shankara wrote a Bhasya on. It is composed of

Sri Rudram Chanting

Sri Rudram Chanting: Namakam Purusha Suktam Shanti Mantra Hanuman Chalisa A Free Audio Course on Vedanta Texts- Upanisad :  Sri Rudram Chanting by Swami Tattvavidananda

Taittiriya Upanisad Chanting

Taittiriya Upanisad Chanting: Shikshaa Valli Ananda Valli Bhrgu Valli A Free Audio Course on Vedanta Texts- Upanisad :  Taittiriya Upanisad Chanting by Swami Tattvavidananda Saraswati.

Chandogya Upanisad

One of the oldest and most important Upanishads, Chandogya is second only to Brhadaranyaka in terms of length. It forms the last eight chapters of

Brhadaranyka Upanisad

The longest, oldest, and one of the most often quoted Upanishads, Brhadaranyka Upanishad unfolds the knowledge of the self through a wide variety of dialogues.

Kathopanisad

Part of the Krishna Yajurveda, and one of the most popular Upanisads, Katha Upanishad comprises two parts and 120 verses. It is one of the

Kaivalyopanisad

Part of the Atharva Veda, Kaivalya Upanishad focuses on the self as Nirguna Brahman. Its twenty-five verses are a concise exposition of the ‘Paramarthika’ vision