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The Taittiriya Upanishad
Translated by Alladi Mahadeva Sastry


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Book 2






1. Non-being, verily, this in the beginning was. Thence, indeed, was the being born. That created itself by itself; thence is That the self-cause called.





2. That one, verily, called the self-cause, He is the flavour. Flavour, indeed, this one having got, blest becomes he.





3. Who indeed could live, who breathe, should not this Bliss be in akasa? This verily it is that bestows bliss.





4. When in truth this (soul) gains fearless support in him, who is invisible, selfless, undefined, non-abode, then has he the Fearless reached.





5. When indeed this (soul) makes in this One even the smallest break, then for him there is fear.





6. That, verily, is fear to the knower who does not reflect.





7. There, too, is this verse.




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