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THE MĀṆḌŪKYA UPANISHAD of THE ATHARVA VĒDA. 1. "Om" this is immortal. Its explanation is this all; what was, what is, and what will be, all is verily the word "Om;” and everything else which is beyond the threefold time is also verily the word "Om." 2. For this all (represented by "Om") is Brahma; this soul is Brahma. This soul has four conditions. 3.

THE PRAŚNA UPANISHAD OF THE ATHARVA VĒDA First Praśna 1. Sukesan, the soil of Bharadvāja, Satyakāma, the son of Śiva, Gārgya (a descendant from the Garga family), the grandson of Sūrya, Kauśalya, the son of Aśvala, Bhārgava (a descendant of the Bhrigu family), the son of Vidarbhi, and Kavandhin, the son of Katya, all these, devoted to Brahma and firm in his worship, being searching

ŚVETAŚVATARA UPANISHAD OF THE BLACK YAJUR VEDA. First Chapter. 1. The enquirers after Brahma converse (among each other): What cause is Brahma? Whence are (we) produced? By whom do we live, and where do we (ultimately) abide? By whom governed, do we walk after a rule in happiness and unhappiness, O ye knowers of Brahma? 2. Is time Brahma (as cause) or the own nature

TAITTIRĪYA UPANISHAD. Siksha Valli FIRST ANUVĀKA. May Mittra grant us welfare, - Varuṇa grant us welfare, - Aryamas grant us welfare,-Indra (and) Brihaspati grant us welfare,-the far-stepping Vishṇu grant us welfare.-Salutation to Brahma,-Salutation to thee, O Vāju. -Thou art even visibly Brahma.-I will call thee even the visible Brahma,-I will call (thee) just,-I will call (thee) true.-May he (Brahma) preserve me,-preserve the speaker,-preserve me,-preserve the