The text is attached to the Shukla Yajurveda and is one of the 20 Sannyasa (renunciation) Upanishads. The Yajnavalkya Upanishad describes the state and expected behaviour from a sannyasi as he leads the monastic life after renouncing all material and social ties. It is a short text, and notable for being identical in the first three parts to the more ancient Sannyasa text and influential Jabala Upanishad.
Also known as -
Shloka from Yajnavalkya Upanishad
More Granths to explore
10,000 verses. Describes North India, particularly Himalayan foothills region.
Vashistha is one of the oldest and most revered Vedic rishis. He is one of the Saptarishis (seven great Rishis) of...
It has 12,000 verses. One of the earliest composed Puranas, it contains a controversial genealogical details of various dynasties. Includes Lalita...
Dattatreya Upanishad is attached to the Atharvaveda and classified as a text of the Vaishnava sect, which worships the god Vishnu....
Available in - Website