Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 20 Oct 2011 09:55 and updated at 20 Oct 2011 09:55


ChandogyaUpa1 2 Let it be so saying this they sat down. Then Pravahana Jaivali said, You Two, revered sirs, speak first; and I shall listen to the words of Two Brahmanas conversing
ChandogyaUpa2 2 He who knows thus knows this Rajana Saman woven in the deities, abides in the same world or gets the same prosperity as these very deities or attains union with them; he reaches the full length of life, lives gloriously, becomes great with offspring and cattle and great also with fame. His holy vow is that he should not find fault with the Brahmanas.
ChandogyaUpa5 7 The king commanded him, Stay here for a long time. At the end of the period he said to him, Even as you told me, O Gautama, prior to you, this knowledge never went to the Brahmanas. This is why the expounding of this knowledge belonged to the Kshatriyas in earlier times in all the worlds Then he instructed him.
ChandogyaUpa5 4 From the months, (they go) to the region of the fathers, from the region of the fathers to Akasa, from Akasa to the moon. This (i.e. this moon) is King Soma (the king of the Brahmanas). This is the food of the deities. This the deities eat.
ChandogyaUpa8 1 Verily, what is called Akasa is the revealer of name and form. That within which they are, is Brahman, that is the immortal, that is the Atman. I attain to the assembly hall and abode of Prajapati. I am the glory of the Brahmanas, the glory of the Kshatriyas, the glory of the Vaisyas. I wish to attain that glory. I am the glory of the glories. May I never go to that which is reddish white and toothless yet devouring and slippery yea, may I never go to it.

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