Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 20 Oct 2011 10:16 and updated at 20 Oct 2011 10:16


ChandogyaUpa1 1 In ancient times there were Three proficient in Udgitha Silaka the son of Salavat, Caikitayana of the Dalbhya family and Pravahana the son of Jivala. They said, We are proficient in Udgitha. If you agree, let us enter on a discussion of Udgitha
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
ChandogyaUpa1 8 Pravahana Jaivali said to him, O Salavatya, your Sama, really, has a further end. If someone now were to say, "Your head shall fall down", surely your head would fall down. Salavatya() Will you permit me, sir, to learn (this of you Learn said Jaivali().
ChandogyaUpa1 1 Salavatya() What is the essence of this world Akasa said Pravahana(); All these beings arise from Akasa alone and are finally dissolved into Akasa; because Akasa alone is greater than all these and Akasa is the support at all times.
ChandogyaUpa5 1 Once Svetaketu, the grandson of Aruna, came to the assembly of the Panchalas. Pravahana, the son of Jivala, enquired of him, My boy, has your father instructed you He has indeed, revered sir

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