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Discussion Forum : Indian Culture - Section 1 (Q.No. 5)
The words 'Satyameva Jayate' inscribed below the base plate of the emblem of India are taken from
Satpath Brahmana
Mundak Upanishad
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Priyanka pawar said:   7 years ago
"Mundaka" means a shaven headed (a Sannyasin); the trunk of a tree with the branches chopped off a barber.

Vishwas grover said:   7 years ago
What is the meaning of Mundak?

B. Sindhu said:   8 years ago
The word "Upanishad" consists of three words""Upa" means "near", "ni" means "down" and "shad" means "be seated". "Upanishad" means, "be seated at the feet of the Guru to receive the teaching".

The Upanishads constitute what we call the Vedanta (Veda-anta), the end of the Vedas.

Upanishad exceeds 1000 in number. But only few are available today. Muktikopanishad gives a list of 108 upanishads.

Sunaram majhi said:   8 years ago
Details of mundak upanishad?

Shree said:   8 years ago
What is the meaning of Mundak Upanishad?

Priya said:   8 years ago
Upanishads which is written in Sanskrit related to sitting near to feet of master.

Patel asha said:   9 years ago
What is use of Upanishad?

Dhruv said:   1 decade ago
Andhra Pradesh - state with nine official languages.

Om prakash saklani said:   1 decade ago
Which is written by head or brain in anceant time. Is known as mundak upanishad (truth is nature and life) it's my own view.

John said:   1 decade ago
Name the state in India with nine official languages.

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