This Upanishad is from the Krishna-Yajurveda school of thought. It was named after Rishi Svetasvatara, who taught his disciples the truth contained within it. It combines Vedanta, Sankhya, and Yoga principles. . It is historically significant because it contributed to the rise of Saivism as a major Hindu religious sect and the popularity of Lord Siva, who was once both feared and revered by the Rigvedic Indians, as a member of the Hindu Trinity. The Upanishad is divided into six chapters and contains 113 verses in total.
- Publisher: Gita Press, Gorakhpur
- Language: Sanskrit Text with Hindi translation
- Pages: 256
- Cover: Paperback
- Product Type: Religious Books
- Weight: 2000grams
- Size: 8inchX5.5inch