How can Muktika be genuine when it lists later day upanishads like Kali santarana ?

How can it list vedas which were revealed later, eg: Shukla yajur veda releaved during the end of Dwapara yuga much later after the period of Rama.

How come these names be listed in a text which is believed during that of Treta Yuga ?

The canon lists upanishads like Sharabha, Skanda ,Rama tapini, Seeta upanishad etc which are usually not found in the Vedas.

How come it mentions Suka (who lived in Dwapara yuga) ?

Further, in Ramayana is there any mention where Rama says about his knowledge or about following Vedanta ?

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    BTW im also trying to find about Chaitanya Upanishad which according to a speaker(Gaudiya) i was listening to is a branch of Yajur Veda. Any idea about it? – Vishal prabhu lawande Feb 27 '17 at 13:12
  • @Vishalprabhulawande I am posting this because Keshwav Srinivas and some others have mentioned about this in some of the answers – Rakesh Joshi Feb 27 '17 at 13:14
  • ya thats ok. I'm genuinely asking you, you have any idea? I heard that this upanishad speaks about Divinity of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and His associates. Since I could not find any full fledged authentic Scriptural references, i was thinking if I could find this Upanishad it would be great. – Vishal prabhu lawande Feb 27 '17 at 13:17
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    There is not any 100% proof method to determine whether a Upanishad is genuine or not. We can only say 'likely to be authentic' and 'likely to be unauthentic'. – Tejaswee Feb 27 '17 at 13:39
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    @RakeshJoshi If you know the answer, why don't you answer it? – The Destroyer Feb 28 '17 at 12:15

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