Mundakopanishad : "Answer by Rishi 'Angira' ( to 'Saunaka' ) : 'Knowledge is of two types'. " -Mantram-4.
Mantram-4. "Answer by Rishi 'Angira' ( to 'Saunaka' ) : 'Knowledge is of two types'. "
Discussion-3. "Sri Swami Adi Sankaracharya on this ........."
According to " Swami Sri Adi Sankaracharya," the implication of the very question directly demands such an answer.
The question concealed in its words not only indicates a thirst to know what that Supreme Knowledge is, but also expresses at once a doubt in the mind of the student as to wether there can be such a Knowledge.
The import of the question is : "Is there is a 'Knoeledge,' O Teacher, "Knowing which all other Knowledges become Known, and if there be such a Knowledge, in that way is it different from the ordinary Knowledges Known to us and how can I attain it? "
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