The Kathopanishad contains the Knowledge of Brahman expounded through the story of Nachiketas, a young Brahmin boy who was sent by his father to Lord Yama, the Lord of Death, in a fit of anger. Lord Yama grants three boons to Nachiketas for having been kept waiting for three days upon arrival at Yama-loka before being granted audience with him. The Upanishad is presented as an elevating conversation between Lord Yama and Nachiketas.
The study of this text with the Sankara-bhashya makes the learning complete and holistic.
This album contains discourses by Br. Ved Chaitanya during the online camp on Katha Upanishad (held from March to July 2022) as a part of the Upanishad Series.
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