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What is the importance of Yagnavalka Upanishad?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 05 Apr '13 10:33 pm
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The conversation between King Janak and Saint Yagyavalakya explains the importance of the different stages of life. A person should be determined to do whatever he wants. Only then can he complete his task. In the same way, a person should deny all desires and wants in order to get closer to Lord Brahma. Such a person does not want anything else and attains salvation in the end. This stage is known as Paramhamsa. Various saints attained this stage like Aruni, Shwetketu, Ribhu, Dattatreya etc.
Answered by Rocking Raaj, 05 Apr '13 10:36 pm

 
  
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The conversation between King Janak and Saint Yagyavalakya explains the importance of the different stages of life. A person should be determined to do whatever he wants. Only then can he complete his task. In the same way, a person should deny all desires and wants in order to get closer to Lord Brahma. Such a person does not want anything else and attains salvation in the end. This stage is known as Paramhamsa. Various saints attained this stage like Aruni, Shwetketu, Ribhu, Dattatreya etc.
Answered by rajan, 06 Apr '13 05:32 am

 
  
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Very Important it is.
Answered by Navneet Pandey, 06 Apr '13 12:49 am

 
  
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