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The last part of the Vedas, consisting of dialogues between teachers and students clarifying the philosophical teachings of the Vedas.

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Vedas or Sruti basically consists of two parts- karma-khanda about rituals and Jnana-khanda about ultimate Knowledge. The upanishads which deal with Brahma-Jnana (God realization) is called the end … . Hence, Upanishads are called as end of Vedas or Vedanta. Also the philosophy and world-view based on these Upanishads are called as "Vedanta". …
answered Aug 14 '15 by Nithin Sridhar
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Jnana or Jivanmukti is a state wherein, all the perceptions of duality is removed and the non-dual alone remains. In Isha Upanishad a Jnani is defined as a person "who perceives his Self in all object …
answered Sep 24 '15 by Nithin Sridhar