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That most splendrous form, yours— I would see—that is— the I am. 17. Animate breath is undying but the body ends in cinder. Om! Oh volition, remember, remember that which was done. Remember that which was done. 18. O Fire, knower of every creature’s breath, take us along the good road, far from deviant evil. We offer you precious verse. indd 23 [ 23 ] 12/10/13 9:56 AM Īśa Upaniṣad I ndia’s one hundred and eight Upaniṣads are an enormous compendium of cosmic speculation, folklore, mystical insight, and homespun humor.
Scholars have placed her as early as the seventh and as late as the thirteenth, though—calculating various dates from a few brief lines in her poetry that refer to an astrological event: Venus has risen Jupiter has gone to his sleep The account of Āṇṭāḷ’s life of reckless devotion come from two hagiographies, one classical Tamil, the other Sanskrit. They recount how the priest Vishnucitta—himself a devotional poet—was one day hoeing the ground for his tulsi or holy basil, a plant used throughout India medicinally and as a tonic, but also identified with Krishna and central to the ceremonials of certain holy days.
We offer you precious verse. indd 23 [ 23 ] 12/10/13 9:56 AM Īśa Upaniṣad I ndia’s one hundred and eight Upaniṣads are an enormous compendium of cosmic speculation, folklore, mystical insight, and homespun humor. They range in length from Īśa’s eighteen brief stanzas to book-size treatises. Some interpret complex yoga formulas, others lay forth solar and lunar paths to follow after death. They are laced with stinging anticlerical diatribes, and contain vast open spaces for the mind. Scholars, gurus, and poets—including William Butler Yeats, who worked with a Vedantist friend—have chosen and translated ones they consider the principal, the oldest, or the most significant, generally ten or fifteen.
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