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Les Upanishad
Publisher: Adrien-Maisonneuve. Country: France. Date: 1943-


Isa Upanishad (Les Upanishad) (Adrien-Maisonneuve) (image)

Isa Upanishad - Louis Renou, tr.

Paris, Librairie d'Amérique et d'Orient: Adrien-Maisonneuve, 1943. (Les Upanishad series.)

Paperback. 7-[3] pages. Size: 23 cm. Text in Sanskrit with French translation.



LES UPANISHAD - LIST
Series Note: This series was launched in 1943 in Paris by La Librairie d'Amérique et d'Orient Adrien-Maisonneuve. It was then published from 1972 by La librairie d'Amérique et d'Orient Jean Maisonneuve successeur, and then from 2017 by Editions Claire Maisonneuve SAS. More details about the changes in the publishing company: Editions Maisonneuve et Librairie and Historique.

The content of the original 22 volumes which were published over the decades (see list below) is currently available in eleven volumes. In many cases several of the former volumes have been combined into a single new volume, e.g, the three original volumes I, II and III are currently available as one combined volume (referred to as Volume 1-2-3). See the currently available eleven volumes here: Collection Upanishad.

For a useful summary (in French) of what each of the upanishads in the currently available eleven volumes is about, click on the following link and then click on the words "En savoir plus" under the image of each volume: COLLECTION : Les Upanishad.

The founding series editor was Louis Renou (see: Louis Renou (French Wikipedia) and Louis Renou (English Wikipedia).

Credit: The book series Les Upanishad was suggested by Mr. John Mellman, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States.



I.
Isa Upanishad
by Louis Renou
1943; 1952; 1956; 1986

II.
Katha Upanishad
by Louis Renou
1943; 1986

III.
Kena upanishad
by Louis Renou
1952; 1986

IV.
Mundaka upanishad
by Jacqueline Maury; Emile Lesimple
1943; 1944; 1981; 1999

V.
Mandukya Upanisad et Karika (Mandukyopanisat-karika)
AKA Mandukya Upanisad et Karika de Gaudapada
by Emile Lesimple
1944; 1981; 1999

VI.
Kausitaki Upanisad
by Louis Renou
1948; 1978; 1992

VII.
Svetasvatara Upanisad
by Aliette Silburn
1948

VIII.
Prasna Upanisad
by J Bousquet, indianiste
1948

IX.
Taittiriya upanisad
by Emile Lesimple
1948

X.
Aitareya Upanisad : [texte sanskrit]
by Lilian Silburn
1950

XI.
Atharvasira Upanisad : [texte sanskrit]
by Bernadette Tubini
1952

XII.
Brahmabindupanisad
by Bernadette Tubini
1952

XIII.
Kaivalyopanisad
by Bernadette Tubini
1952

XIV.
Sarvasaropanisad
by Bernadette Tubini
1952

XV.
Maitry Upanisad (i.e. Maitri-upanisad)
by Anne-Marie Esnoul
1952

ALSO:
Maitry Upanisad / Atmapujopanisad / publiée et traduite par Lakshmi Kapani.
by Anne-Marie Esnoul; Lakshmi Kapan
2005 reprint

XVI.
Baskala-Mantra Upanisad
by Louis Renou
1956

XVII.
Chagaleya Upanisad
by Louis Renou
1959; 1960

XVIII.
Gaṇapati Upanisad. Devi Upanisad
by Jean Varenne
1965; 1983 reprint

XIX.
Devi Upanisad
by Jean Varenne
1971

XX.
Atmapuja-Upanisad
by Lakshmi Kapan (Lakshmi Kapani)
1974

ALSO:
Maitry Upanisad / Atmapujopanisad / publiée et traduite par Lakshmi Kapani.
by Anne-Marie Esnoul; Lakshmi Kapan
2005 reprint

XXI.
Garbhopanisad

by Lakshmi Kapani
1976

XXII.
Chandogya Upanishad
by Fernand Hayot
1996







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