Yajnavalkya

(from the article `Hinduism`) ...Chandogas, priests who intone hymns at sacrifices), both of which are compilations that record the traditions of sages (rishis) of the ...
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Yajnavalkya

One of the foremost teachers in the classic age of Upanishads (q.v.). -- K.F.L.
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Yajnavalkya

Yājñavalkya (Devanagari: याज्ञवल्क्य) of Videha (fl. c. 7th century BCE) was a sage and philosopher of Vedic India. He was one of the first philosophers in recorded history, alongside Uddalaka Aruni. In the court of King Janaka of Mithila, he was renowned for his expertise in Vedic ritual and his unrivaled talent in theolog...
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