[Advaita-l] Difference between Vijnana and Jnana

swami.sarvabhutananda at gmail.com swami.sarvabhutananda at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 11:06:03 CDT 2012

JnAnam is ageneric word to mean knowledge.
VijnAnam is visheshena jnAnam indicating SELF KNOWLEDGE
Swami SarvabhutanandA
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Dear Members,

Can you please help me understand the concept Vijnanam, and the Jnanam.
I am really interested to know is the Vijnanam mentioned in Taittiriya
Upanishad, and Bhagavad Gita(Chapter 9 First Sloka) are the same.

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