Advaita Vedanta Indian Philosophy Upanishads

How The Upanishads Solve The ‘Problem Of One & Many’?

If there are no definable objects in the experiential world, and what we see around are the different stages of

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[4] Chandogya Upanishad, Sankara Bhashyam. Page 409 onward. (Tran: Swami Gambhirananda, Advaita Ashrama. 2009).
[5] Ultimate existence – Existence without depending on anything other. Ultimate Reality can Exist by Itself without depending on any other things.

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