[Advaita-l] Is there a Cityupanisad?

PNKKrishnadas pnk.krishnadas at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 04:49:22 CDT 2012

As requested, here is the reference in the Taittiriya Upanisad,
II.iii.1 (Translation and Commentary by Swami Gambhirananda):

"....the Vedic text, "Where all the Vedas get united is the Self in
the mind" (Cityupanisad, XI. 1, Tai. A. III. ii, 1) which declares the
identity of the Rg-mantras etc., with the eternal Self, can be
reconciled only if the mantras are eternal."

Thank you.



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Namaste Krishnadas Ji,
If you can type the excerpts from the commentary, it would be of
immense help.
I can see only 2 options here:
1) The word *city* might be a true translation of the word *pura* in
sanskrit.  So, it could
    have been Tripura Upanishad.
2) It could have been a sandhi of *iti+upaniSad* which is read as
    The word *C* could be either a typo or parenthesis (left bracket)
This is my understanding as i havn't gone through the book.
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