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The Word Speaks to the Faustian Man: Volume 5 in 2 Parts: A translation and interpretation of the Prasthanatray and Sankara's Bhasya for the participation of contemporary man

 By Som Raj Gupta

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ISBN : 9788120832718, 812083271

Year of Publication : 2008

Edition : 1st

No. of Pages : 1406

Language : English

Condition : New

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The Brhadaranyaka, the Great Forest, Upanisad is the revelation of the forest in the forest. For that is the truth about our life, the forest, where we find ourselves lost, with no hope of escape from the labyrinth that it is. We live in death and for death, that condition of our being. Can we ever imagine our life except as linked to death, linked in terms of struggle against it, struggle that we wage in vain? We are because death is, our life is a mere celebration of it. To it are we eternally wedded, to this sleep the eternal. As long as we do not perceive this truth about our life, as long as we do not join this celebration our life remains barren and a choking. And a chaos and confusion. In being this confusion and chaos lies our enlightenment, in being dead in life lies our immortality. This is all this Upanisad teaches us; in its denial of all that we are and know lies the true affirmation of our truth and being. Volume 5 (in its two parts) brings to conclusion the author's contemplation of the revelatory part of the Prasthanatrayi. It has been a long a absorbing contemplation for him, elevating and ecstatic. It is hoped that the same spirit of elevation and ecstatic. It is hoped that the same spirit of elevation and ecstasy will accompany his contemplation of the Bhagavadgita and the Brahmasutras and that thoughtful minds will value that contemplation as they have valued that contemplation as they have valued his contemplation of the Upanisads.

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