Hindu concept of the Ultimate Reality / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Satcitananda (Sanskrit: सच्चिदानन्द, IAST: Saccidānanda; also Sat-cit-ananda[1] or Sacchidānanda) is an epithet and description for the subjective experience of the ultimate unchanging reality, called Brahman,[2][3][note 1] in certain branches of Hindu philosophy, especially Vedanta. It represents "existence, consciousness, and bliss"[5][7] or "truth, consciousness, bliss".[8]