Garuda Upanishad

Also known as -  
गरुड़ उपनिषद
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गरुडोपनिषत्

Garuda Upanishad is dedicated to Garuda, the eagle-man mount of the god Vishnu. It belongs to the Vaishnava sect, which worships Vishnu, and is associated with the Atharvaveda. The Garuda Upanishad has mantras and charms that are said to cure poison. The text says that its charms can not only prevent and remedy snakebite and the venom, but also poison from any other source like other poisonous animals, weapons and supernatural beings.

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