By Swami Krishnananda
Saunaka, the great householder, questioned Rishi Angiras. Kasmin Bhagavo vijnaate sarvamidam vijnaatam bhavati iti: O Bhagavan, what is that which being known, all this--the entire phenomena, experienced through the mind and the senses--becomes known or really understood? The Mundaka Upanishad presents an elaborate answer to this important philosophical question, and also to all possible questions implied in the one original essential question. Worshipful Sri Swami Krishnanandaji Maharaj gave verse-by-verse commentary on this most significant and sacred Upanishad in August 1989. The insightful analysis of each verse in Sri Swamiji Maharaj's inimitable style makes the book a precious treasure for all spiritual seekers. 115 pages.
Other Books in This Series:
The Essence of Aitareya and Taittiriya Upanishad