Briefly explain about the concept ‘I’ according to the Indian Philosophy.

I cant figure it out. Please provide the details of the concept known as "I" in Indian Philosophy.
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India has a rich and diverse philosophical tradition dating back to the composition of the Upanisads in the later Vedic period. According to Radhakrishnan, the oldest of these constitute "...the earliest philosophical compositions of the world.
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Traditionally, schools (Skt: Darshanas) of Indian philosophy are identified as orthodox (Skt: astika) or non-orthodox (Skt: nastika) depending on whether they regard the Veda as an infallible source of knowledge
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"The word ‘I’ stands for ego. It envisages the expressions, such as; it is mine, that was not mine, I have done that, etc. So in every situation, it is me, mine, myself appear which indicate that an individual is associated with the worldly objects so passionately that he/she can’t bear the dissociation from those objects. But the eternal truth is, no object is permanent. Thus, one shouldn’t bear the concept ‘I’ in any context of his/her life. Source:"
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