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* Sri Aurobindo translations and commentary at [http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/indian/upanishads/ Ancient Texts.org].
 
* Sri Aurobindo translations and commentary at [http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/indian/upanishads/ Ancient Texts.org].
 
* Swami Paramananda translation and commentary at [http://www2.hn.psu.edu/faculty/jmanis/upanishads/upanishads1.pdf Penn State Electronic Classics].
 
* Swami Paramananda translation and commentary at [http://www2.hn.psu.edu/faculty/jmanis/upanishads/upanishads1.pdf Penn State Electronic Classics].
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=== Artistic representations ===
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Artist [[Joma Sipe]] has illustrated the Twelve Principal Upanishads in a book published by [[Theosophy Forward (periodical)|''Theosophy Forward'']]. See '''[http://theosophyforward.com/pdf/Upanishads.pdf Upanishads]'''.
  
 
=== Commentaries ===
 
=== Commentaries ===

Revision as of 14:52, 4 February 2016

Upanishads refers to a collection of ancient Indian texts that provide the philosophical grounding of Hinduism, along with the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahmasutras. They were written over a period of centuries beginning in the 7th century BCE.

Additional resources

The Union Index of Theosophical Periodicals lists over 300 articles in Theosophical periodicals that are about the Upanishads or reviews of books about the Upanishads. Here is a list of the articles.

Digital versions

Artistic representations

Artist Joma Sipe has illustrated the Twelve Principal Upanishads in a book published by Theosophy Forward. See Upanishads.

Commentaries

  • Besant, Annie. The Wisdom of the Upanishats. Available at Canadian Theosophical Association.
  • Johnston, Charles. "The Kingdom of Heaven and the Upanishads". The Open Court. December, 1905. Available at OpenSIUC.

Audio

Additional print resources

  • Q.[author unknown], "Mr. Johnston and the Upanishads", The Theosophical Quarterly 29.3 (January, 1932), 214-222.

Notes