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 the nature of , the means for, and the result of Brahmavidya (knowledge of non-dual reality). It outlines the means for preparing oneself for knowledge of Brahman, including meditations on Om, and chanting of Shatarudriya. Through an analysis of the three states of experience and cause-effect, the liberating non-dual vision is unfolded.
An Audio Course (Course Code – AVG0970) on Vedanta Texts- Upanisad : Kaivalyopanisad by Swami Dayananda Saraswati.