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Author: S. Radhakrishnan
ISBN: 004294046X
Subcategory: Hinduism
Pages 958 pages
Publisher Unwin Hyman (December 1, 1989)
Language English Sanskrit
Category: Spirituality
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Principal Upanishads with long introduction by Sri Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Together we are building the public libraries of the future. Enter your monthly amount.

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Items related to The Principal Upanisads (Muirhead Library of Philosophy). ISBN 13: 9780042940465. Radhakrishnan’s other published works include Indian Philosophy (1923–27), The Philosophy of the Upanishads (1924), An Idealist View of Life (1932), Eastern Religions and Western Thought (1939), and East and West: Some Reflections (1955).

Radhakrishnan completed his Master s in Philosophy from Madras Christian College. His distinguished teaching career started in 1918, with his appointment to the Madras Presidency College Department of Philosophy. He also taught at the University of Mysore, University of Calcutta, and delivered lectures at Oxford s Harris Manchester College. He was the Vice Chancellor of Andhra University and Banaras Hindu University.

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The Principal Upanishads book . Dr. Radhakrishnan was well versed in Sanskrit and in English; and thus he could bring out the contents of Upanishads in a simple and beautiful English so that every reader could easily understand. The Introduction itself runs to about 120 pages. Unlike the other subjects, the philosophy of Indian thoughts requires slow study, since we can pass on to the next step only after reading, re-reading, come to an understanding, and then proceed further.

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S. Radhakrishnan is a towering figure in the history of commentary on the religious literature, and his translation of the Upanishads (and the Gita and the Dhammapada) are among my bedside bibles. I am only writing this review in the hopes that it will be read by someone at Harper that will be able to see that a better-quality editing is printed. I certainly have not abused mine, and it is falling apart (pages coming out). This is the second one I have bought. The first one also fell apart and the pages became yellow way before their time. I am sure that this has to do with the quality of the Indian printing and the effort to use inexpensive materials. This great book deserves to stay in print; the introduction by Mr. Radhakrishnan are truly inspired and extremely informative, not only on the content of the Upanishads but also for the references to other literature--Mr. Radhakrishnan was a brilliant, extremely well-read person. PLEASE. Print this book in a better-quality editing. I'll by a dozen to give to my friends.
I won't comment on this great great book in terms of content. It is the best of the best commentary on the Upanishads by a genius. I will say, however, that I got this book hoping that it would not fall apart like my other copy, a piece of printing junk made in India, with pages falling out, errors in the printing, faded paragraphs, etc. This edition is better, with clear print, although it is the same as the other edition in terms of the type: where there is a period missing in the Indian edition there is one missing in this one.

All of this would be acceptable; however, the binding came apart after the first day, and I WAS NOT ROUGH ON IT. So you may consider that before buying. I wish someone would make a nice edition of this outstanding, world-class book. PLEASE.

Look at the Nilgiri Press editions of Eknath Easwaran's classics, The Dhammapada, The Upanishads, and the Bhagavad Gita. They are beautiful. Why not make two books (volumes) out of Dr. Radhakrishnan's book? And they would deserve to be as nice at the Nilgiri Press books. Or make a nice hardback edition if we have to have it all in one volume. Just a thought. I wish I were rich. I'd buy the rights to the book and make an edition something like the Everyman collection for this.
The introduction to this translation provides a great deal toward an understanding of the text. There is an abundance of footnotes and comments throughout the work. Highly recommend this for anyone interested in the Upanishads.
Excellent book. A must read on Upanishads.
As advertised. Very pleased.
It's very good, no doubt as expectation.
Fantastic insight. Begin with the transcendent.
No complaints