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1 Paul Deussen, G.B. Palsule & B.M. Bedekar
Sixty Upanisads of the Veda, 2 Vols
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2010; 8120804309 / 9788120804302; Seventh Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
The Upanisads from the concluding of the Vedas and are, therefore, called the Vedanta or the end of the Veda. The number of the Upanisads is not fixed. The collection of Upanisads translated by Darashikoh into Persian contained 50 Upanisads. The Muktika Upanisads gives a list of 108 Upanisads. There are about 112 Upanisads published by Nirnaya Sagar Press. But only ten Upanisads which were commented upon by Sankaracarya are taken to be genuine and most authoritative. The Upanisads, which teach that life and death are only different forms of one and the same being and which aim at the release from mundane existence by the merging of the individual soul in the world soul through correct knowledge, have been hailed as the inspired utterances of the mystics for centuries. In them the whole of the later philosophy of the Indians is rooted.Printed Pages: 1029. 102108

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2 Paul Deussen, G.B. Palsule & B.M. Bedekar
Sixty Upanisads of the Veda, 2 Vols
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2010; 8120814673 / 9788120814677; Seventh Edition; Softcover; New; 
The Upanisads from the concluding of the Vedas and are, therefore, called the Vedanta or the end of the Veda. The number of the Upanisads is not fixed. The collection of Upanisads translated by Darashikoh into Persian contained 50 Upanisads. The Muktika Upanisads gives a list of 108 Upanisads. There are about 112 Upanisads published by Nirnaya Sagar Press. But only ten Upanisads which were commented upon by Sankaracarya are taken to be genuine and most authoritative. The Upanisads, which teach that life and death are only different forms of one and the same being and which aim at the release from mundane existence by the merging of the individual soul in the world soul through correct knowledge, have been hailed as the inspired utterances of the mystics for centuries. In them the whole of the later philosophy of the Indians is rooted.Printed Pages: 1029. 102109

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3 Paul Deussen
The Philosophy of the Upanishads
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1979; 8170691044 / 9788170691044; Reprint; Cloth; New; New; 
What is that by knowing which everything in this vast universe is known? This question has sometime or other agitated all thinking persons. The hoary sages of ancient India, after deep and prolonged meditation, discovered the answer that by knowing Atman, the sole reality that sustains the universe, all is known; for the atman creates this universe and enters into it as soul. Atman also termed Brahman, the creator is the supreme soul; atman the created is the individual soul. The entire esoteric fabric of the Upanishads, which number more than a hundred, is woven around two concepts-that of the Brahman and the atman. They urge the earnest seeker to strive for Brahma-atma-aikyam (unity of the Brahman and the Atman). As the path to this knowledge is beset with perils and sharp as a razor's edge, the adept teachers commencing from such an insignificant trifle as a fig take their pupils through theology, cosmology, psychology and eschatology to that destination where all illusions vanish and the purport of laconic but profound statements like tat tvam asi (that art thou), aham brahma asmi (I am Brahman) are realized. Countless philosophers, notable being Badarayana the author of Brahma-sutras, have sought inspiration from the upanishads for their systems of philosophy. The unabating popularity of Paul Deussen's The Philosophy of the Upanishads ever since its first publication in 1906 attests to the quality of its contents. This second edition is brought out to reach a wider circle of readers who desire to have a close acquaintance with the philosophy of the Upanishads. Printed Pages: 444. 026736

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4 Paul Deussen & Rev.A.S. Geden
The Philosophy of the Upanishads
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2011; 812081620X / 9788120816206; Fourth Reprint; Softcover; New; 
The philosophy of the Upanishads according to Paul Deussen is the culminating point of the Indian doctrine of the universe and this point he said had been already reached in vedic pre buddhistic times and in philosophical significance has been surpassed by none of the later development of thought up to the present day.Printed Pages: 443. 102151

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