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Volume : V, Issue : VIII, September - 2015

CONCEPT OF ULTIMATE REALITY-UNIVERSAL SELF –ATMAN BRAHMAN –GOD –IN INDIAN IDEALISTIC CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT

Joynal Abdin Sheikh , None

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, By : Laxmi Book Publication

Abstract :

In the history of human thought the knowledge of the ultimate reality as Brahman or Self or Atman or God in the core of all religion and found in most pronounced from which has never been forgotten. The greatness of Hindu mind lies not in its religiousness, but in quest for the ultimate reality as well as in the discovery of the profound spiritual truths for the well being of humanity. In the Rig Veda it is referred to in neuter form. In the oldest Brahmans it signifies universal holiness as manifested in prayer, priest and sacrifice. It is also identified with wind, breathing, sun and the syllable Om, the music essence of the Vedas. In the Upanisadic stage or mystical aspect of Hinduism it has developed into a pure and holy principle. The concept of Brahman which becomes central to the Upanisads and Vedantic systems epitomizes the whole evolution of religion and philosophical thought of India.

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    Joynal Abdin Sheikh , None(2015). CONCEPT OF ULTIMATE REALITY-UNIVERSAL SELF –ATMAN BRAHMAN –GOD –IN INDIAN IDEALISTIC CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT . Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. V, Issue. VIII, DOI : 10.9780/22307850, http://isrj.org/UploadedData/7116.pdf

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