Translated by Swami Gambhirananda
or Swami Lokeswarananda
or Swami Swahananda
The Chandogya Upanishad is not an easy scripture to read or study, but is nonetheless an important scripture.
- Swami Gambhirananda: 690 pages, Indian hardback 81-7505-100-0
- Swami Lokeswarananda: 804 pages, Indian hardback 81-85843-91-0
Swami Swahananda: 623 pages, Indian paperback 978-81-7823-418-2
Shankara held this Upanishad in great esteem and quoted from it in his bhasya of the Brahma Sutras.
The Gambhirananda edition has the commentary of Sankaracarya, with Devanagri and English translation.
The Lokeswarananda edition includes the Devanagri script, Roman transliteration, word for word meaning, English translation and notes based on Shankara's commentary.
The Swahananda edition contains original text with word for word meaning, running translation and copious notes. In interpreting the text, the commentary of Sri Sankara has been systematically followed, mainly in the light of the Gloss by Anandagiri.
This is not an easy scripture to read or study, but is nonetheless an important scripture.
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