Om! Let there be Peace in me! Let there be Peace in my environment! Let there be Peace in the forces that act on me! Here ends the Kalisantarana Upanishad. “it refers to the conversation happening at the end of the Dvapara Yuga, which would only make sense if the reader is presumed to be living. 10 Apr The meaning of this title is “that Upanishad to take us beyond Kali,” the “age of iron” in which we are all in. The Kali Age is known as the most.
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This upanishad makes the claim that it belongs to Krishna-yajurveda. The text is one of the Vaishnava Upanishads,  completed before about CE,  and comprises two verses called the Maha-mantra. I also think those questions need scholarly answers. Besides, other Jagadgurus did not pick that manta for their disciples.
Are upanishac any references to it dating back significantly before the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries? As far as your question is concerned i could not find any ancient references to Kali Santaran upanishad.
It is a minor Upanishad of Hinduism. The word Hare or goddess Radha is repeated eight times, while the other two are Hindu gods who are repeated four times.
This at least is the interpretation given in Rupa Goswami ‘s Prathama Chaitanyaashtaka which states that Chaitanya himself had chanted this maha-mantra in a loud voice. In Gaudiya tradition, he is credited to have propagated it to the world along with Krishna asntarana. Surya Yeah, chanting Vishnu’s names is certainly a good thing, I just object to claims that the Hare Krishna Mahamantra is an authentic mantra as opposed to something someone made up a few santarxna ago.
This supreme science was thus received through the chain of disciplic succession, and the saintly kings understood it in that way.
However as you may already know it is not fully same as Brahma Sampraday. It is also stated in the Upanishad that Narada roamed around the world holding a lute in his hand to adjust the laws of harmony as a result of a curse by Daksha.
The conversation took place at the end of some dwapar-yuga in the eternal time scale. Surya Well, reciting Krishna’s name is certainly a good thing, I just don’t think the Hare Krishna Mahamantra has a basis in Hindu scripture.
Vishal prabhu lawande 1, 1 6 I have no objections to Bhajans in praise of Vishnu, for instance, as long as their origins are acknowledged.
Part of a series on. It is not that it has born just before this kali yuga. Supreme deity Vishnu Krishna Rama. From 16th-century onwards, in Gaudiya Vaishnavism, great importance has been given to public, vocal audible chanting or singing of the maha-mantra with the divine names of Hindu gods Krishna, Rama and goddess Radha Hare.
So, why is this major mantra found nowhere else?
The Upanishad was likely composed before about CE, and it was popularized in the 16th century by Chaitanya in the Gaudiya Vaishnavism tradition. The Upanishad also states that in the Kali Yuga Narada was the creator or Kali-Karaka of all conflicts or undesirable acts.
The text has been influential on the Gaudiya Vaishnavism tradition, that grew in Gauda region of India in and near modern Kal Bengalafter it became the seat of Muslim power and Krishna devotees were forced into the service of Muslim officials. Retrieved 1 January Retrieved from ” https: This page was last edited on 10 Octoberat This book merely says that it dates to before the sixteenth century, presumably because the popularization of the Hare Krishna mantra dates to the sixteenth century.
I could find some references to the Hare Krishna Mahamantra.
However it is not the only scripture that mentions the Mahamantra. At the end of the Dvapara Yuga the third out of four yugas or epochs or eras, or ages, described in the scriptures of Hinduismsage Narada approached Brahma and requested him to enlighten him on the path he should follow to alleviate the detrimental effects of Kali Yuga. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. It is common among Hindu scriptures to cross-reference verses.
Upanishad is existing eternally. For the Gaudiya Vaishnavas including ISKCONthe Hare Krishna maha-mantra also represents “transcendental sound” as the nature of the mantra is overwhelmingly qualified akli Krishna and hence reciting it in “silence or in low volume” may not give the same effective feeling.