Global Vision Publishing House


34 Upanishads of The Black Yajurveda


Author : Compiled in English Translation with Introduction by Dr. N.K. Singh 
ISBN : 978-81-19462-83-4
Edition : 1st
Year : 2024
Page : 434
Binding : Hardcover
Size : 14.5×21.5 Cm
Price : Rs. 1850/-
Subject : Veda/Upanishad


About the Book
The Black (Krishna) Yajurveda Upanishads focus mostly on the monistic and pantheistic philosophies of Advaita Vedanta, as well as other non-dualistic philosophical concepts. As a result, these scriptures describe a unity between the individual soul (Atman), and the divine reality (Brahman), which is often seen as being accessible through meditation and introspection. These 34 texts contain spiritual wisdom and philosophical teachings, as well as insights into the deepest mysteries of existence. They are primarily concerned with understanding the nature of Brahman— the all-encompassing, absolute reality— and recognizing its presence in every aspect of life. This book delves into the distinct features, themes, and translation of 34 Upanishads associated with the Black Yajurveda. These texts focus mostly on the monistic, pantheistic and non-dualistic philosophical concepts of Atman (individual soul) and Brahman and it can be attained through meditation and introspection. They provide instructions for reaching enlightenment through study and meditation on their themes. Through their ability to reveal profound truth about the universe, these sacred works can provide great guidance in our lives today. I am thankful for all those translators and scholars whose works have been used in this unique compiled volume. Hope this book will be helpful to understand great Upanishadic wisdom of ancient India.
About the Author

Dr. N.K. Singh, 30 years research experience on Oriental Religion and Philosophy, has written several books on religion, philosophy and its allied subjects. He did his Ph.D. from Patna University, Patna. His works, especially on oriental studies initiated considerable interest on Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam, carrying high appreciation from scholars of Buddhist and Islamic countries. Presently, he is the Director of International Centre for Religious Studies, Delhi and Chief Editor of Global Religious Vision: a quarterly Research Journal since 1999. In 2000, he established the publishing house known as Global Vision Publishing House in Delhi for promoting research culture among Indian youth.


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