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Ganganath Jha Explained
It is only when the text is taken to mean this that the context becomes preserved and the introduction of foreign matter becomes avoided. The Text describes the result that accrues to one who knows this essential character of the Breath-Just as strik- -I. This is an illustration. Objection-"The Breath in the Nose also is of the nature of Air, just like the Breath in the Mouth : how then is it that the Breath in the Nose was pierced by evil, and not the Breath in the Mouth,-though both are Breath? In the end, not obtaining this, the rest go out ; that is why one opens the mouth at the end. When one is deprived of Breath, one cannot eat and drink ; and hence it is well-known that there follows the departure of the whole lot consisting of the Olfactory and other Breaths. He who knows this becomes the dispeller of danger and darkness.
Books By Ganganath Jha
Chandogya Upanishad with Shankara Bhashya, by Ganganath Jha