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                                                         Chandogya Upanishad

The Chāndogyopaniṣad is a Sanskrit text embedded in the Chandogya Brahmana of the Sama Veda of Hinduism. It is one of the oldest Upanishads and lists as number 9 in the Muktika canon of 108 Upanishads. The Chandogya Upanishad  is variously uncertain dated to have been composed by the 8th to 6th century BCE in India.

The Upanishad belongs to the Tandya school of the Samaveda. It is an anthology of texts that must have pre-existed as separate texts, and were edited into a larger text by one or more ancient Indian scholars.

== Content ==
Discourse 1
    Sankara's Introduction
    Meditation of 'Om'
    Contempletion of 'Om'
    Meditation of Udgitha
Discourse 2
    Meditation of the whole saman
Discourse 3
    Meditation of the sun
    Meditation of qualified Brahman
    Meditation of sacrifice as man
    Meditation of names - Akasa
Discourse 4
    Meditation of Vayu and Prana as Brahman
    Meditation of the sixfold Brahrnan
    Philosophy of Fires
Discourse 5
    Three paths for the Householders
    Philosophy of the Breaths
    Process of Birth and Rebirth
    Philosophy of Vaiswanara Fire
Discourse 6
    Philosophy of Being
    Process of Triplication
    Philosophy of Being
Discourse 7
    Philosophy of name and other lower things
    Philosophy of Mind
    Philosophy of Will
    Philosophy of Intelligence
    Philosophy of Contemplation
    Philosophy of Learning
    Philosophy of Food
    Philosophy of Water
    Philosophy of Akasa
    Philosophy of Memory
    Philosophy of Spirit
    Philosophy of Bliss
    Philosophy of Infinite
    Philosophy of Self
Discourse 8
    Investigation into Nature of Brahman
    Philosophy of Being
    Philosophy of Inner Akasa
    Philosophy of Self
    Region of the Fathers
    Philosophy of Self
    Importance of Celibacy
    Description of Arteries
    Description of passing spirit
    Search after Self
    Philosophy of Self

== Literature ==

* Chandoga with Shankaras Bhashya, transl. by Ganganath Jha 1942, 520 pg.

* Wiki about the Chandogya Upanishad