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First, it appears you are referring to the Purva Mimamsa school, and not the Uttara Mimamsa school (all modern day Hindus or Vedanta) - as the Uttara is the school of Vyasa. The Purva Mimamsa, although astika, has no modern day followers and should be thought of as a school of Indian thought, not to be confused with modern Hinduism - followers of the school ...


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Some similar verses from Upanishads are The eighteen persons necessary for the performance of sacrifice are transitory and not permanent and karma in its nature inferior, has been stated as resting upon these. Those ignorant persons who delight in this, as leading to bliss, again fall into decay and death. (Mundaka Upanishad 1.2.7) The ignorant following ...


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Brahman is described in the upanishads “Brahman is Existence, Consciousness, Infinitude.” —Taitt. Up., II. 1. “Brahman is Consciousness, Bliss.” —Brih. Up., III. 9. 28. Satchidananda is the svarupa lakshana of Brahman. Just like heat is the svarupa lakshana of fire. It is an attribute external but inherent to it. Therefore, if Brahman is eternal, Sat Chit ...


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Here are the few verses which prove Brahman as Nirguna from Upanishads He is bright, formless, all-pervading, existing without and within, unborn, without prana, without mind, pure and beyond the avyakrita, which is beyond all.(Mundaka Upanishad 2.1.2) Which is soundless, touchless, formless, undecaying, so tasteless, eternal and scentless, beginningless, ...


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Uma Haimavati appears in the Kena upanishad. She points out to Indra that the yaksha they have seen is brahman and the deva-s won their victory due to brahman. अथेन्द्रमब्रुवन्मघवन्नेतद्विजानीहि किमेतद्यक्षमिति तथेति तदभ्यद्रवत्तस्मात्तिरोदधे ॥ 3.11॥ स तस्मिन्नेवाकाशे स्त्रियमाजगाम बहुशोभमानामुमाँ हैमवतीं ताँहोवाच किमेतद्यक्षमिति ॥ 3.12 ॥ सा ब्रह्मेति होवा...


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All the 108 upanishads contained in the list of Muktika upanishad are considered to be shruti. The complete text of muktika upanishad is here and the translation is here. All the three above upanishads are listed there as numbers 61, 18, 37. SrI VidyAraNya svAmI cites Muktika Upanishad (MuktikopaniSat) in PanchdaSI 4.68 and thus says all the upanishads cited ...


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No. Here confusion cause by interpretation of word Mithya as 'Asatya'. From Sringeri Jagadguru's teaching from Link Question and answer series 5 There are some people with possibly vested interests , out there to defame the postulates of Advaita and necessarily create an element of hatred and aversion to it . This is detestable. It is of importance to ...


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This verse is not present in the Ṛgveda. It is found in the Mahopaniṣad, a minor Upaniṣad related to the tradition of Sāmaveda. Mahopaniṣad has six chapters. This verse is present in chapter 6 (6.71): udāraḥ peśalācāraḥ sarvācārānuvṛttimān . antaḥsaṅgaparityāgī bahiḥsaṃbhāravāniva . antarvairāgyamādāya bahirāśonmukhehitaḥ .. 70.. ayaṃ bandhurayaṃ neti ...


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tadevāmṛtamucyate tat eva amrtam ucyate The translator that you quoted, has translated eva as alone. The translation is fine, but there are other equally valid ways to translate it. I would translate eva as indeed. So my translation for this sentence would be - that indeed is immortal or indeed, that is immortal. Translated in this way, there would be no ...


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You are confusing between particular consciousness and the all-pervading consciousness of Brahman. The particular consciousness is responsible for the thought I am that, I am Setu, I am engineer etc. This will not survive death while the all-pervading consciousness is independent of time and body. Shankara explains in his bhashya of this verse in detail. See ...


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Is the eternality of the Vedas controdict brihadaranyaka upanishad 2.4.10? It's contradicted by many things: Mention of historical events, like the battle of ten kings. The Vedas are temporal, meaning they were written in an ancient setting before modern technology, so they mention very "primitive" things like making fire with sticks, chariots, ...


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