Sri Isopanisad
by
His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Language 
French
Narrator 
Nara Narayana Dasa
Duration 
3 h 15 min
Size 
274 MB
Sample 
$4.99

The 108 Upanishads are considered the essence of all the Vedas, and Shri Ishopanishad is foremost among them. Discover the distilled essence of all knowledge in these eighteen enlightening verses.

For thousands of years, people on a spiritual quest have consulted the mystical, intensely philosophical Upanishads. As the name implies (upa-near; ni-down; shad-to sit), one is advised to sit near a spiritual teacher to learn. To learn what? This Upanishad's name gives the clue: Isha means "the supreme controller."

Let us sit near the spiritual guide to learn about the supreme controller: God.

The process is simple, provided one learns from an authentic guide. The translation and commentary of Srila Prabhupada strictly adheres to the book's intention, assuring you of a legitimate understanding of the depths of Upanishadic knowledge.

The author 

At their first meeting, in 1922, Srila Prabhupada was asked by his spiritual master, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura, to broadcast Vedic knowledge in English. In the years that followed, Srila Prabhupada wrote a commentary on the Bhagavad-gita, assisted the Gaudiya Matha in its work and, in 1944, started Back to Godhead, an English fortnightly magazine.

The Narrator 

Nara Narayana Dasa (Normand Vanasse) became a devotee of Krishna in the Montreal ISKCON temple in 1980. As a new member he was enthusiastic to share Srila Prabhupada’s books with others. He has continued with that service throughout the decades and otherwise spent much of his time on harinama – singing the holy names of Krishna in the streets.