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Prashnopanishad - Sanskrit - Tamil | Prahma Shree Dr. Goda Venkateswara Sastrigal/ Vedas Book

Original price Rs. 380.00 - Original price Rs. 380.00
Original price
Rs. 380.00
Rs. 380.00 - Rs. 380.00
Current price Rs. 380.00
SKU 91001790
Width Height Weight

5.5 in

8.5 in

0.116 kg

The Prashnopanishad, meaning "Upanishad of Questions," is an ancient Hindu Scripture/Devotional Book belonging to the Atharva Veda. Composed around 600-400 BCE, it takes the form of a dialogue between six inquisitive young disciples and the sage Pippalada. Through a series of profound questions and insightful answers, the text delves into fundamental philosophical and spiritual themes.

Learn more about the Prashnopanishad:

• The Hindu Scripture/Devotional Book tackles questions about the origin of the universe, the nature of the soul, the afterlife, and the path to liberation.
• Vedic concepts like Brahman, Atman, and Maya are explained through metaphors and allegories, making complex ideas more accessible.
• The Prashnopanishad encourages introspection and spiritual inquiry, urging readers to seek liberation through understanding the true nature of their own being.
• The Hindu Scripture/Devotional Book also offers ethical teachings on topics like right conduct, truthfulness, and non-violence.

Some key themes you'll encounter:

• Brahmâ: The Ultimate Reality, the source of all creation.
• Atman: The individual soul, inseparable from Brahman.
• Karma: The law of cause and effect, shaping our present and future lives.
• Maya: The illusion of the phenomenal world, obscuring the true nature of reality.
• Prana: The vital force that animates all beings.
• Reading the Prashnopanishad can be a rewarding experience for:
? Spiritual seekers: Those interested in exploring the nature of reality, the purpose of life, and the path to self-realization.
? Philosophers: Those interested in ancient Indian philosophical thought and its influence on various schools of thought.
? Students of Hinduism: Those seeking to deepen their understanding of core Vedic concepts and teachings.