Thirty Minor Upanishads broken in a conflict. 7 This refers to the septenary manifestation from the triune one; also to the sub-septenary ones. 8 In other words beings of Saṭṭva, Rajas and Ṭamas and an admixture of these were born. 9 The word anāsakena (non-injury) is repeated in the text which is wrong. 10 Lit., one producing sound. 11 In this chapter are given out the several correspondences of the ḍevas (or the presiding spiritual deities) and of the objects to the five organs of sense, the five organs of action, and the antaḥkaraṇa (or lower mind) composed of manas, buḍḍhi, ahaṅkāra, and chiṭṭa. 12 Probably prāṇa, vijñāna, and ānanḍa refer to the sheaths formed by them. 13 Although in the original manas, buḍḍhi, etc., are in the middle, yet they are inserted here after the karmenḍriyas. 14 Nārāyaṇa is the Universal Self. This chapter gives out the pantheistic theory that the whole universe is nothing but God Nārāyaṇa. 15 The ocean probably refers to ākāsic space. 16 Koka probably refers to Hamsa. 17 In this chapter are related the different fires, the first or primordial anna or food-substance has to pass through in order to become the gross food.
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