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Of lives of men; of times of menII
Of lives of men; of times of menI Vidrum: “When we attended the discussions at the Right Wing Debate club we heard the president Rammandir Mishra repeatedly emphasize that South Asian civilization was not a ‘historycentric’ civilization and that historycentricism … Continue reading
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Tagged ancient Hindu thought, Euler, Gauss, Hindu, Hindu knowledge, Hindu science, Hindus, history, Ramanujan, Riemann, Story, world history
Of lives of men; of times of menI
Sharvamanyu and Vidrum arrived at the campus where Somakhya and Lootika were in their final days of college. Sharvamanyu had already been working for several months while Vidrum had just completed the last but one of his major exams for … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, History, Life, Politics
Tagged Abrahamism, Aryan, Egypt, Hindu, IndoAryan, Iranian, religion, Story, war
A note on the asterisms forming the nakṣatras
In Hindu tradition the ecliptic is divided into 27 parts of which correspond to 27 asterisms known as the nakṣatras. In the earliest extant layers of our tradition this number is 28 implying division into sectors of or insertion of … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, Scientific ramblings
Tagged asterisms, astronomy, constellations, Hindu, Hindu science, IndoAryan, IndoIranian, religion, stars
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pdf in Devanāgari (lokanIticharchA) vijayanāma mahāmlecchānām bahuprajāvān bahupatnīvāṃś ca vyāpārī gṛhakrayāc chailūṣapradarśanāc ca mahādhany abhavat । sa marūnmattair abhibhṛtāṃ pūrvatanamleccharājapatnīm atikrāntvā rājanirvācanam ajayata । so ‘bhavat mlecchādhipatiḥ । virodhakās tasya+anekāḥ । tasya vijayasya ca paṭṭābhiṣekasyānantaraṃ vṛṣṭyante puttikā ivo(u)tplavante bahavaḥ saṃkṣobhakāḥ … Continue reading
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Tagged Geopolitics, Hindu, polemics, political realism, religion
Matters of religion: “he becomes Naravāhanadatta”
Somakhya’s mother (SM) and Lootika’s mother (LM) ran into each other during their visit to the shrine of Rudra beside the river on a Monday evening. They sat at the platform below the vast aśvattha tree beside the subsidiary Viṣṇu … Continue reading
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Tagged Hindu, Hindu ritual, Japan, kubera, religion, yakSha
Syllable, number and rules in the ideal realm
This note is neither meant to be complete exposition of this matter nor a complete view of all what we have realized in this regard. Nor can it be completely understood by those who are not insiders of the tradition. … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, Life, Scientific ramblings
Tagged art, biology, curlicue, fractal, fractals, geometry, Hindu, mathematical entity, mathematics, pi, Plato, Platonic ideals, proteins, religion, science
Some meanderings among golden stuff
There are some angles that we often encounter in the construction of the golden ratio and its use in religious art. The first is the most obvious is the angle which is the angle made by the diagonals connecting a … Continue reading
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Tagged ancient Hindu thought, Geometric construction, geometry, Golden Ratio, great pyramid, Hindu, Phi, recreational geometry, shrIchakra