सर्वाभेदादन्यत्रेमे ॥ १० ॥
sarvābhedādanyatreme || 10 ||
sarvābhedāt—On account of non-difference everywhere; anyatra—in the other places; ime—these qualities (are to be inserted).
10. On account of the non-difference (of the Vidya) everywhere (i.e. in all the texts of the different Sakhas where the Prana Vidya occurs) these qualities (mentioned in two of them are to be inserted) in the other places (e.g. the Kaushitaki Upanishad).
In the Chhandogya and Brihadaranyaka Upanishads in the Prana Yidya we find the qualities of speech etc. as being richest and so on, are ultimately attributed to Prana but not so in the Kaushitaki Upanishad, for instance. The question is whether they are to be inserted in the Kaushitaki also, where they are not mentioned. The Sutra says that they have to be inserted, since the Vidya is the same in all the three Upanishads. Attributes of one and the same Vidya have to be combined wherever that Vidya occurs, although they may not be expressly mentioned.