Shvetashvatara upanishad chapter 4 verse 19 is:
अथ यः सर्वभूतानां ब्रह्माधिपतिर्वेदः ।
स एव सर्वस्य करणं ।
The one who knows the Brahman, the lord of all beings, is the creator of all.
This verse is saying that Brahman is the creator of all. the Brahman is the supreme reality, the one true being. it is the source of all creation, and it is the goal of all existence. those who know the Brahman are free from suffering and delusion. they live in peace and joy, and they are one with the Brahman.
The Brahman is the ultimate reality. it is the source of all that is, and it is the goal of all existence. those who know the Brahman are free from suffering and delusion. they live in peace and joy, and they are one with the Brahman.
The Shvetashvatara Upanishad is an ancient Hindu scripture that is part of the Yajurveda. It has 113 verses in six chapters and explores various philosophical topics such as the nature of the supreme reality, the role of yoga, and the relationship between the individual soul and the universal soul. It is also notable for its references to Shiva as a personal god.
What is the meaning of Shvetashvatara?
Shvetashvatara is a Sanskrit word that means “the one carrying beyond on white horse” or “white mule that carries”. It is derived from the compound of Shvetashva (white horse) and tara (crossing, carrying beyond)
It is also the name of a sage who is credited as the author of the Upanishad.