Mundaka Upanishad 1.1.2

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Mundaka Upanishad 1.1.2

Mundaka Upanisad 1.1.2

अथर्वणे यां प्रवदेत ब्रह्माथर्वा तं पुरोवाचाङ्गिरे ब्रह्मविद्याम् ।
स भारद्वाजाय सत्यवाहाय प्राह भारद्वाजोऽङ्गिरसे परावराम् ॥ २ ॥

Mundaka Upanishad 1.1.2

atharvaṇe yāṃ pravadeta brahmātharvā taṃ purovācāṅgire brahmavidyām |
sa bhāradvājāya satyavāhāya prāha bhāradvājo'ṅgirase parāvarām || 2 ||

Mundaka Upanisad 1.1.2

2. That knowledge of Brahman which Brahma taught to Atharva, Atharva taught to Angira in ancient days; and he taught it to one of the Bharadvaja family by name Satyavaha; and Satyavaha taught to Angiras the knowledge so descended from the greater to the less.

2. Pengetahuan Brahman yang diajarkan Brahma kepada Atharva, Atharva mengajarkan kepada Angira di zaman kuno; dan dia mengajarkannya kepada salah satu keluarga Bharadvaja dengan nama Satyavaha; dan Satyavaha mengajarkan kepada Angiras bahwa pengetahuan turun dari yang lebih besar ke yang lebih kecil.

Shankara’s Commentary:

Com.—That knowledge of Brahman, which Brahma taught to Atharva, the same knowledge thus acquired from Brahma, Atharva in ancient days taught to one named Angih; and this Angih taught it to one named Satyavaha of the line of the Bharadvaja; and Bharadvaja taught it to Angiras, his disciple or his son. Paravaram, because it was acquired from superior by inferior sages; or, because it permeates the subject of all knowledge, great and small; the term Praha, i.e., taught should be read into the last clause.

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