Isavasya OR Isa Upanisad
Brhadaranyaka Upanisad
Chandogya Upanisad
Taittiriya Upanisad
Aitareya Upanisad
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Kausitaki Upanisad
Kena Upanisad
Katha Upanisad
Svetasvatara Upanisad
The Mundaka Upanisad
Prasna Upanisad
Mandukya Upanisad
Maitri Upanisad
Aitareya Upanisad

Chapter Two

1. Once the deities had been created, they flew down on this great ocean. The self afflicted the man with hunger thirst." They said to him, 'Find us a place where we settle and eat food.'

2. He brought a cow to them. They said, 'This is not gh for us.' He brought a horse to them. They said, s is not enough for us.'

3. He brought a man to them. They said, 'Hurrah! Well el' A man is something well done!. He said to them, 'enter, each to your place.'

4. Fire became speech and entered the mouth. Air became breath and entered the nostrils. The sun became sight and red the eyes. The directions became hearing and entered ears. The plants and trees became body hairs and entered skin. The moon became mind and entered the heart. Death became the lower breath and entered the navel. The waters became seed and entered the phallus.

5. Hunger and thirst said to him, 'Find a place for us, too. He said to them, 'I allot you a share among these deities. I make you sharers with them.' So whenever an offering is assigned to any deity, hunger and thirst become sharers with that deity.