The Prashna-upanishad belongs to the Atharva-veda and has six sections dealing with six questions put forth to sage Pippalada by his disciples who were intent on knowing the nature of the ultimate cause of the world, the relation of the Supreme to the constituents of the world, Omkara-upasana and the Being with sixteen facets. The Upanishad is so called as it deals with these prashnas or questions. These are the eternal questions that seekers get and the Upanishad gives the timeless answers to them satisfying the seekers’ quest.
The study of this text with the Sankara-bhashya makes the learning complete and holistic.
This album contains discourses by Br. Ved Chaitanya, recorded during the online camp on Prashna-upanishad with Shankara-bhashya from February to April 2023, as a part of the Upanishad Series.
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