Upanishad Prastana « SRIMADHVYASAThe Vedas are a collection of hymns and other ancient religious texts written in India between about and BCE. It includes elements such as liturgical material as well as mythological accounts, poems, prayers, and formulas considered to be sacred by the Vedic religion. The origin of the Vedas can be traced back as far as BCE, when a large group of nomads called the Aryans, coming from central Asia, crossed the Hindu Kush Mountains, migrating into the Indian subcontinent. This was a large migration and used to be seen as an invasion. This invasion hypothesis, however, is not unanimously accepted by scholars today. All we know for certain, mainly through linguistic studies, is that the Aryan language gained ascendency over the local languages in the Indian sub-continent.
Brihadaranyaka Upanishad (Part 1) Kannada Pravachanam By Sri Bannanje Govindacharya
Composed in Vedic Sanskrit , the texts constitute the oldest layer of Sanskrit literature and the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. The Veda, for orthodox Indian theologians, are considered revelations seen by ancient sages after intense meditation, and texts that have been more carefully preserved since ancient times.
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Vedanta has been interpreted as the "last chapters, parts of the Veda " and alternatively as "object, the highest purpose of the Veda". More than Upanishads are known, of which the first dozen or so are the oldest and most important and are referred to as the principal or main mukhya Upanishads. The early Upanishads all predate the Common Era, five [note 6] of them in all likelihood pre-Buddhist 6th century BCE ,  down to the Maurya period. With the translation of the Upanishads in the early 19th century they also started to attract attention from a western audience. Arthur Schopenhauer was deeply impressed by the Upanishads and called it "the production of the highest human wisdom".
The first of the Upanishats commented upon here is the Aitareyopanishad that belongs to a Section of Rig-Veda. This is the favourite Upanishat of Acharya. Hence he has written quite an extensive commentary on this. As he wrote on the entire Upanishat part of the Aranyaka, this Upanishat is also called Mahaitareyopanishat. This Upanishat, which stresses the view that all names are the names of God, has not been explained by any other commentator so lucidly as by Madhvacharya. All the other Commentators have given the dictionary meanings of the Mantras. But Acharya gives the rare etymological meaning and thus opens an entirely new horizon before us.
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