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Shankara composed his Bhasya rejoicing and having knowledge of all the earlier commentaries on the Taittiriya Upanishad, he creates the unique position for his. Using a circular argument, he creates an identity for Bhasya by clearly distinguishing it from the earlier commentaries. Shankara uses a lucid argument to make the identity clear, understanding the need to establish an identity for it in the period of Srivaishnavism.rig veda italiano pdf 12 Shankara spends three chapters explaining the first 30 verses of Taittiriya-Upanishad. The Taittiriya (from Taittura) literally means “guiding, teaching, or pointing.” Shankara also mentions that the Gita was a late addition to the text, adding an additional meaning to this Upanishad.
Except the Taittiriya Upanishad some of the other Upanishads are also called as Bhasyas, like Naimisha. In these Upanishads, the relationship of human beings to the Supreme is described. Naimisha-upanishad focuses on the relationship of God with human beings, and hence, the question of relationship with God. It states that the deity Brahma is the creator of the world and the Supreme God, and one cannot be created or exist without God. Though Naimisha-Upanishad is famous for its third chapter, which contends that “the world has the same creator as the Self,” the shastras are silent on how the deity Brahma created the universe, but Naimisha-Upanishad brings out this question. d2c66b5586