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Kena Upanishad (કેન ઉપનિષદ)

The Kena Upanishad (केन उपनिषद्), or the Kenopanishad (केनोपनिषद्) is one of the primary Upanishads, and is associated with the Samaveda. The Kenopanishad derives its name from the first word Kena (केन, which means by whom) of its first verse. Kena Upanishad is divided into four khandas or sections, the first two are in verse and the other two are in prose.

Here, we have presented Kena Upanishad with two of Yogeshwarji's books 1. Upanishad no amar varaso, which has word-by-word translation and his comments and 2. Dus Upanishad, which contain translation in Gujarati poems. We hope that you will like it.

# Article Title Hits
1 Shanti-Path 4997
2 Chapter 1, Verse 01 5591
3 Chapter 1, Verse 02 4612
4 Chapter 1, Verse 03 and 04 4405
5 Chapter 1, Verse 05 4266
6 Chapter 1, Verse 06 4136
7 Chapter 1, Verse 07 4339
8 Chapter 1, Verse 08 4071
9 Chapter 1, Verse 09 4137
10 Chapter 2, Verse 01 4071
11 Chapter 2, Verse 02 4354
12 Chapter 2, Verse 03 4069
13 Chapter 2, Verse 04 4558
14 Chapter 2, Verse 05 4076
15 Chapter 3, Verse 01 3981
16 Chapter 3, Verse 02 3991
17 Chapter 3, Verse 03 4065
18 Chapter 3, Verse 04 4103
19 Chapter 3, Verse 05 4030
20 Chapter 3, Verse 06 3984

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