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Siddhantabindu of Madhusudana Sarasvati
[Commentary on Dasasloki of Sri Sankara Bhagavatpada]
English Translation by S. N. Sastri



Kena Upanishad --2

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IV-1. She said: “It was Brahman. In the victory that was Brahman’s you were revelling in joy”. Then alone did Indra know for certain that It was Brahman.



Kena Upanishad

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Kena Upanishad
Translated by Vidyavachaspati V. Panoli

Om ! May my limbs, speech, vital air, eyes, ears, strength,
And all the senses be fully developed.



Mandukya Upanishad---9

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IV-88. The state devoid of object and devoid of perception is regarded as extraordinary. Thus have the wise for ever declared knowledge, object, and the knowable.



Mandukya Upanishad---8

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Mandukya Upanishad---7

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IV-31. That which is non-existent in the beginning and the end is definitely so in the present. The objects, although similar to the unreal, look as though real.



Mandukya Upanishad---6

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IV. ALATASANTI PRAKARANA
(On extinguishing the fire brand)



Mandukya Upanishad---5

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III-21. The immortal can never become mortal. So, too mortal can never become immortal. For a change in one’s nature cannot ever take place in any manner.



Mandukya Upanishad ---4

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Mandukya Upanishad ---3

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