(Last Updated on : 05-11-2012)
is related to the Kauthuma Shakha of the Sama Veda
. It comprises of eight chapters and is based on the Om Mantra
. Chandogya Upanishad is one of the primary Upanishads. The 16th Khanda of second chapter of Chandogya Upanishad states about the meditation on the Vairaja Saman. Here, the spring is the syllable Him, the summer is the Prastava, the rainy season is the Udgitha, the autumn is the Pratihara and the winter is the Nidhana. This is the Vairaja Saman as interwoven in the seasons. One who is aware of this and realises the Vairaja Saman as interwoven in the seasons radiates through children, cattle as well as the light of Brahman
. He lives his life completely, lives happily, gets respect among his children and owns cattle. He receives name and fame everywhere.
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