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 of Vedanta.  Kaivalyopanisad well-known Arati mantras as well as that echo those of other important Upanishad. The Kaivalya’s dialogue between Lord Brahma and Disciple Ashvalayana is a comprehensive inquiry into […]

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