Bazi alis Subrata Ray

Freshman - 719 Points (January / Formerly East Pahistan)

The Upanishads -Part I Poem by Bazi alis Subrata Ray

The culture of immediate wisdom,
In the Vedic age was fostered and won,
The four channels of the Vedas,
Wrik, Samo, Jague, and Atherba,
Were the paths of spiritual yoga.

Each Veda has four parts,
Brahman, Aronyak, Sanhgita, and Upanishads,
Upanishads concludes each arguments,
And with it, the practical wisdom of Atman is set.

The derivative meaning of Upanishads may be put so,
Sitting at Guru's feet, the divinity of the self, the disciple knows,
The practice dispels the darkness covered by illusion,
And from the inertia of birth and death, the soul finds motion.

Submitted: Sunday, October 21, 2012

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  • Freshman - 719 Points Ray Subrata Ray (10/21/2012 11:55:00 AM)

    The grandest treasure of India is her spiritual heritage, and apart from the epics, -The Ramayana, Mahabharata, The Gita, - the concluding summations of the Vedas, -known as the Upanishads, -bear the direct link to Brahman, (Report) Reply

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