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In the Adi Parva, when the bard Ugrasravas speaks about the utility of the text, he says: “In this book, Krishna Dvaipayana has uttered a holy upanishad…That which concerns the Jiva shall be heard here, and that which consists in the five elements and the three properties, the unmanifest cause and its products are sung here, and the One who transcends it- that which the greatest of mystics…see lodged in their own selves, as an image in a mirror.” Thus, Mahabharata is a manual of Advaita Vedanta, an Upanishad for the masses composed in a narrative format.
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