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Teachings on Brahman in Upanishads

God the term we daily use is known as Brahman in Upanishads. Below are few teachings on Brahman in Upanishads

Brahman is existence, knowledge, absolute. (Taittriya Upanishad)

Brahman is in nature consciousness bliss. (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad)

Brahman is beyond sound, touch, form and taste. It is eternal, infinite, immortal and absolute. (Kathopanishad)

It is neither gross, nor subtle, nor short, nor long, nor colourful. (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad)

That which the mind cannot comprehend but without which the mind cannot contemplate upon anything at all, understand that to be Brahman. (Kenopanishad)

That which cannot be perceived with the eyes but by which the eyes are able to see, know That alone as Brahman. (Kenopanishad)

That which cannot be heard by the ear, but by which the ears are able to hear, know That as Brahman. (Kenopanishad)