Muktikā (Sanskrit: मुक्तिका) refers to the Telugu language anthology of a canon of 108 Upaniṣhads

The date of composition of each is unknown, with the oldest probably from about 800 BCE

The Principal Upanishads were composed in the 1st millennium BCE, most Yoga Upanishads composed probably from the 100 BCE to 300 CE period, and seven of the Sannyasa Upanishads composed before the 3rd century CE

Muktikā refers to the collection of 108 Upanishads available in printed form since 1883 CE in the Telugu language

The canon is part of a dialogue between Rama and Hanuman dealing with the inquiry into mukti in the Muktikā Upanishad (108 in the list)

The other collections of Upanishads include Oupanekhat, a Persian language anthology of 50 Upanishads; the Colebrooke Collection of 52 Upanishads, and the 52 Upanishad Collection of Nārāyana