By Surendranath DASGUPTA
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It may not be out of place here to mention that from the frequent episodes in the Upani~ads in which the Brahmins are described as having gone to the K~attriyas for the highest knowledge of philosophy, as well as from the disparateness of the U pani~ad teachings from that of the general doctrines of the Brahmar:tas and from the allusions to the existence of philosophical speculations amongst the people in Pali works, it may be inferred that among the K~attriyas in general there existed earnest philosophic enquiries which must be regarded as having exerted an important influence in the formation of the U pani~ad doctrines.
11. n] Cosmogony-Mythological and philosophical 23 Cosmogony-Mythological and philosophical. The cosmogony of the ~g- Veda may be looked at from two aspects, the mythological and the philosophical. " Heaven and Earth are s~metimes described as having been supported with posts 4• They are also sometimes spoken of as universal parents, and parentage is sometimes attributed to Aditi and Dak~a. Under this philosophical aspect the semi-pantheistic Manhymn5 attracts our notice. The supreme man as we have already noticed above is there said to be the whole universe, whatever has been and shall be; he is the lord of immortality who has become diffused everywhere among things animate and inanimate, and all beings came out of him; from his navel came the atmosphere; from his head arose the sky; from his feet came the earth; from his ear the four quarters.
V. x. 72; Muir's Sanskrit Texts, vol. v. p. 48. 4 The Vedas, Briihma1JaS and their Ph-ilosophy 24 [ CH. with regard to the wonderful mystery of the origin of the world are found is the I 29th hymn of R. V. X. Then there was neither being nor not-being. The atmosphere was not, nor sky above it. What covered all? and where? by what protected? Was there the fathomless abyss of waters? 2. Then neither death nor deathless existed; Of day and night there was yet no distinction. Alone that one breathed calmly, self-supported, Other than It was none, nor aught above It.
A History of Indian Philosophy, Vol. I.-V by Surendranath DASGUPTA