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12 Upanishads Translated by Max Müller Upanishads translated by Fritz Max Müller Upanishads (Upanisads) are Hindu scriptures that give core teachings on Self-realisation and attempts to tell of the innermost Reality, or Divinity. There are over a hundred Upanishads; Müller translated twelve of the best known of them, and here they are. Müller's language has been updated for this edition.

  1. Chandogya  (Parts:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8)
  2. Kena
  3. Aitareya-aranyaka  (Parts:  1  2  3  4
  4. Kaushitaki
  5. Isa
  6. Katha  (Adhyayas:  1  2)
  1. Mundaka  (Mundakas:  1  2  3)
  2. Taittiriyaka  (Chapters:  1  2  3)
  3. Brihadaranyaka  (Adhyayas:  1  2  3  4  5  6)
  4. Svetasvatara  (Adhyayas:   1  2  3  4  5  6)
  5. Prasna  (Questions:  1  2  3  4  5  6)
  6. Maitrayana-Brahmaya  (Prapathakas:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7)
Sages in a Landscape. A late medieval Pahari miniature, in a private collection Much modified. Based on the book cover of Juan Mascaro's translation of Upanisads and Upanishad parts, Viking Press, 1965)
Detail from "Sages in a Landscape", a medieval Pahari miniature

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