Īśopaniṣad is one of the short Upanishads with only 18 mantras but which captures the entire gamut of Hindu philosophy and worldview. This commentary, which is divided into two parts, aims to not only provide a word-by-word explanation on each of the verses, but also provide an exposition of the vision of the Upanishad going beyond its text.
With a degree in civil engineering and having worked in the construction field, Nithin Sridhar has now switched to journalism to follow his passion for writing. He writes on issues ranging from politics, and social issues, to religion, spirituality and ecology. However, his special interest lies in Vedanta and Dharma. He is based in Mysuru, India and tweets at @nkgrock.