Vedic Upanishads

Katha Upanishad. 1910 translation by Sri Aurobindo. First cycle. First Chapter. 1. Vajashravasa, desiring, gave all he had. Now Vajashravasa had a son named Nachiketas. 2. As the gifts were lead past, faith took possession of him who was yet a boy unwed and he pondered: 3. Cattle that have drunk their water, eaten their grass, yielded their milk, worn

Isha Upanishad translated by Sri Aurobindo Ghosh,1910. 1.All this is for habitation by the lord, whatsoever is individual universe of movement in the universal motion. By that renounced thou shouldst enjoy; lust not after any man´s possession. 2.Do verily works in this world one should wish to live a hundred years. Thus it is in thee and not otherwise than

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad translated by Sri Aurobindo Chapter One. Section I 1. OM. Dawn is the head of the horse sacrificial. The sun is his eye, his breath is the wind, his wide open mouth is Fire, the master might universal. Time is the self of the horse sacrificial. Heaven is his back and the midworld his belly, earth is his

Aitareya Upanishad translated by Sri Aurobindo Ghosh Chapter One. I. Section 1. Hari OM. In the beginning the Spirit was One and all this( universe) was the Spirit; ; there was nought else that saw. The Spirit thought, "Lo, I will make me worlds from out my being". 2.These were the worlds he made : ambhah , of the etheral