Upanishads

A collection of some of the most influential Hindu texts, dealing with philosophy and mysticism. Where the Vedas were concerned primarily with the rituals and sacrifices, the Upanishads focused on the relationship between the Supreme God (Brahaman), deities, and man.
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Upanishads

A collection of texts at the end of the Vedas that record early Hindu speculations on Brahman, atman and moksha. These texts are very influential to Hindu thought (Esposito et al. 2012a
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Upanishads

The second great collection of ancient sacred Hindu texts, the Upanishads followed the Vedas and set forth doctrines such as Self-realization, Yoga, meditation, karma and reincarnation, which were kept veiled under the symbols of the older texts.
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Upanishads

Upanishads (OOpăn'ishădz) , speculative and mystical scriptures of Hinduism, regarded as the wellspring of Hindu religious and speculative thought. The Upanishads, which form the last section of the literature of the Veda, were composed beginning c.900 B.C. Of the 112 extant Upanisha...
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