Which commentaries of the Kena Upanishad exist?
Besides Shankara's well-known commentary, are there other commentaries which are recommendable?
EDIT: I did not find the answer to my specific question in the link.
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There are a few more in addition to Sri Sankara's Bhashyam, which by the way exists in two versions.And there are tikas following the commentaries of the poorva-acharayas like Sri Sankara.
I don't have all the links because I suppose many of the old works are only available in prints (and I am still old fashioned). But I managed to get some links for the following ones.
This one also is (supposedly) Sri Anandagiri's Tika. I didn't check if the title matched the content though. I assume it is possible for many Internet uploads to have titles mismatched with content. Also it appears like a Hindi translation.
Upanisad Brahmayogi wrote commentaries for all the 108 upanisads which includes dAsOpanisads. Here is the collection, and the link specifically positioned on volume 1 of dAsOpanisad, in which you can find the commentary for kEnOpanisad.