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Upanishads have a wealth of stories and tales which enrich us with various concepts of "Self-realization", "Brahman" or the "Supreme-Being", "Aatman" or the "Supreme-Self" and many other foundational building blocks of Santana Dharma. These stories are not only engaging but leave us with an ever-lasting resonance of thoughts. Many of these stories are pretty popular such as the Story of Nachiketa and his dialogues with the Lord of Death or the tale of Gargi or Satyakama. However, each time y ...
 
The word Upanishad (upa-ni-shad) consists of, "Upa" means "near;" "ni" means "down;" "shad" means "to sit." Thus, Upanishad is to sit down near the teacher to discuss, learn, practice, and experience. There are some 200 or more Upanishads. Some are lost and are only known about because of being referenced in other Upanishads. Most of the Upanishads were kept secret for centuries, only passed on to others orally in the form of Shlokas (a category of verse line developed from the Vedic Anustub ...
 
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Hello my dear listeners, hope you all are enjoying Yagnavalkya’s debates in the courtroom of King Janaka. We heard how he defeated Ashwala and Arthabhaaga in part 1, then silenced Bhujyu, Usasta and Kahola in part 2. Part 3 is an important episode as it perhaps describes one of the most celebrated debates in the history of the Upanishads. Brihaadaa…
 
Yagnavalkya in King Janaka's Symposium ================================================================ This is the part 2 from the interesting events and debates which took place during the symposium arranged by King Janaka of Videha. We heard about Yagnavalkya’s decision to take home thousand cows with ten gold coins tied to their horns and how h…
 
Hello, my friends and listeners, today’s episode is very different from all other episodes. If you remember, I ask a few questions at the end of each episode. The listener with correct answers will be invited to my show, so today is the day where I will have the first ever - Listener’s hub episode. Srila Bhattacharya from California USA answered th…
 
Yajnavalkya in King Janaka’s Symposium - Part 1 Hello friends and wish you and your loved ones a very happy Deepawali. After a hiatus for about a week or so I am back with a new story from Brihaddaaranyaka Upanishad. Today’s story will mark the beginning of one of the most important chapters mentioned in the largest of the Upanishads. The Madhukhan…
 
Today’s story is of Satyakama and Upkosala Kaamalaayana. Friends in episode 2 of this podcast series we heard the tale of Satyakāma the seeker of truth. He was a young pupil then. In today’s story, we will take you on a forward journey where Satyakāma is a great scholar and a teacher of the sacred text. This story is also featured as part of Chaand…
 
Hello Friends, wishing you all a very happy Dusherra and Subho Bijoya Dashami. I welcome you all to another episode of Stories from Upanishads. Today’s interesting story appears in the 3rd Brahmana of the 1st Adhyaya of Bṛhadāraṇyaka Upaniṣad. In my podcast series, this is the first story from this Upanishad, which is a part of Shukla Yajurveda and…
 
=====================TRANSCRIPT ============================== Today’s story is about a teacher and his pupil. The teacher was about to begin the day’s lesson when he saw that his student had an unusual inquisitiveness. The concerned teacher asked the pupil -“Son, what’s the matter? Why are you so disturbed today? What troubles you?” The startled p…
 
=============================================================== Transcript of the podcast ================================================================ Today I’m going to retell the story of Jānaśruti and Raikwa, which is found in the fourth Prapāthaka of Chāndogya Upanisad which is a part of Sama Veda. King Jānaśruti was the great-grandson of K…
 
This story is about a young boy named Satyakāma Jābāla . It teaches us about honesty, truthfulness and courage! This story is featured in Chandogya Upanishad. This story tells us how Satyakama is taught about Brahman and is enlighted by non-human gurus namely a bull, fire, swan and a diver-bird. So sit back and enjoy the story! ====================…
 
In today's story, I will narrate to you the story of Nachiketa and Yama. This is a story of pure grit and determination in which young Nachiketa forces the lord of death Yama to reveal the secrets of life beyond death! This has been a popular story for ages and has been retold in many formats. This is my small effort to bring to you this great stor…
 
I am a software professional and working for various corporates and MNCs for the past 23 years. While I am working on tight deadlines I realised that we need an outlet to relax, rejuvenate, to recapture our souls. So I started reading Upanishads and found a wealth of stories which shake you up and ask you to contemplate further. Did you know there …
 
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