Svetasvatara Upanisad - With the Commentary of Sankaracarya
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Svetasvatara Upanisad - With the Commentary of Sankaracarya

translated by Swami Gambhirananda
or Swami Lokeswarananda
or Swami Tyagisananda
A translation of an ancient Sanskrit text embedded in the Yajurveda.
  • Swami Gambhirananda: 213 pages, Indian paperback 81-7505-103-5
  • Swami Lokeswarananda: 255 pages, Indian paperback 81-85843-64-3
    Swami Tyagisananda: 131 pages, Indian paperback 81-7120-504-6

Three Translations

$2.95 to $12.95
This Upanishad consisting of 113 verses in six chapters belongs to the Shukla Yajur Veda and takes its name from the sage Shvetashvatara. It has for its ultimate conclusion non-dualism. Still, its devotional tone is too strong to be ignored. The harmony of knowledge and devotion is quite evident in the texts. These faithful and lucid English translations of the Upanishad, added by relevant notes, will be extremely important for all the students of Vedanta.

The Gambhirananda edition includes: Devanagari text with English translation and an index to the first words of the slokas (Devanagari), along with Sankarcarya’s commentary.

The Lokeswarananda edition includes: Devanagari text with English translation, along with a Romanization of the Sanskrit text. Also included is Sankara’s commentary.

The Tyagisananda edition includes: Includes original passages in Devanagari, construed text with a literal word by word commentary, English rendering of each passage, and copious notes.

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