Kaivalya Upanishad by Swamy Chinmayananda
Upanishads are the philosophical portion of Vedas
Its poetic diction, systematic development of thought – at once clear, concise and scientific in arrangement of highly philosophical ideas make Kaivalya Upanishad one the most striking minor Upanishads.
The great commentator Narayana calls the Kaivalya Upanishad as the Brahma Satarudriya i.e the Satarudriya which glorifies the unconditioned Brahman as opposed to Personal God, Siva of the original Satarudriya.
True to the Upanishadik style where story form is considered as the most apt devise to make the subject easily intelligible to the readers, in this Upanishad Asvalayana, the great teacher of Rig Veda is a disciple and Lord Brahma, creator himself is the teacher, which makes this as the most valuable amongst the minor Upanishads.
An excellent commentary by Guruji Swamy Chinmayananda.
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