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What are the upanishads?

The collection of Vedict texts is called Upanishads. It includes  the early central and religious concepts of Buddhism, Hinduism, and  Jainism.

How many Upanishads are there?

There are more than 200 known Upanishads of which the most well known are Brahmasutra and the Bhagavatgita. The 10 are most important are: Eashavasyopanishad, Kenopanishad, (MORE)

Who wrote the upanishads?

Yajnavalkya, Uddalaka Aruni, and Sanatkumara are among the authors  to whom some of the Upanishads have been attributed. There may have  also been female authors of Upanisha (MORE)

What are the Upanishads and what do they explain?

The knowledge that was prized the most in ancient India by the rishis is known as Vidya. As a result of this Vidya or Knowledge of Reality, one attains bliss and immortality. (MORE)

What is an upanishad?

The Upanishad is "Upa + ni + Sad" which means "nearest to the  truth". "Sad" or "Sat" means the "real", the "thing really exists"  etc., An example would reveal and confirm (MORE)