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Turiyatita Avadhuta Upanishad - Translated by: Prof. That Brahman is infinite, and this universe is infinite. The infinite proceeds from the infinite. Then taking the infinitude of the infinite universe , It remains as the infinite Brahman alone. Let there be Peace in me! Let there be Peace in my environment! Let there be Peace in the forces that act on me! He is a truly great man, as his mind abides in me alone.
Indeed I too abide in him. In due order, having been first a hut-dwelling ascetic Kutichaka , he reaches the stage of a mendicant monk Bahudaka ; the mendicant monk attains to the stage of a Hamsa ascetic; the Hamsa ascetic then becomes the highest kind of ascetic Paramahamsa. In this stage by introspection he realizes the entire world as non-different from his Self ; renouncing all personal possessions in a reservoir of waters, such things as his emblematic staff, water pot, waist band, loincloth that covers his privities and all ritualistic duties enjoined on him in a previous stage ; becoming unclad lit.
He is one terminating all religious and secular duties; free of religious merit or otherwise in all situations; giving up both knowledge and ignorance; conquering the influence of cold and heat, happiness and misery, honour and dishonour; having burnt up in advance, with the latent influence vasana of the body, etc.
Thus ends the Upanishad. Om Shanti! Hari Hara Subramanian, , except where noted. All rights reserved. Click here to go back to the Veda Rahasya Home Page.
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The text exists in two parts called major Brihad and minor Laghu. The date or author of Avadhuta Upanishad is unclear, but given its literary style and the texts it references, it is likely a medieval era text. Manuscripts of this text are also found alternatively titled as Avadhutopanisad. The text exists in two parts called Brihad-Avadhuta large or major and Laghu-Avadhuta small or minor.
Turiyatita Avadhuta Upanishad - Translated by: Prof. That Brahman is infinite, and this universe is infinite. The infinite proceeds from the infinite. Then taking the infinitude of the infinite universe , It remains as the infinite Brahman alone. Let there be Peace in me!