Mirror of old mAnasollAsa: jIva, dharma, vij~nAna, itihAsa, krIDA

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- each of these warriors need to be celebrated and displayed all over bhArata; that would be a sign we are truly free… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 4 hours ago
- A bauddha image from Afghanistan recontextualizing H deities around future buddha maitreya: kumAra seen left middle… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 4 hours ago
- The grandiose boast of the chAlukya queen vijayA~NkA https://t.co/HfuYtCCqOD 4 hours ago
- rAvaNa challenging rAma https://t.co/T7jPizsuQ9 5 hours ago
- Doubling the cube with ellipses manasataramgini.wordpress.com/2017/05/23/dou… 5 hours ago

- Doubling the cube with ellipses
- A superficial look at national population density and some life history features
- Some biological analogies for certain sociopolitical issues
- The magic of the deva-ogdoad
- Marching onward in the American spring but where to?
- The upper story in a few pictures
- Trigonometric tangles-3: the fractals
- Euler’s squares
- Trigonometric tangles-2
- Śarabha vidhi
- A prefatory narrative
- Trigonometric tangles
- Some visions of infinity from the past and our times
- Āryabhaṭa and his sine table
- Euler and Ramanujan: primes, near integers and cakravāla
- Early Hindu mathematics and the exploration of some second degree indeterminate equations
- The Rāmāyaṇa and a para-rāmāyaṇa in numbers-I: epic as religion
- The great faceless man
- loka-nīti-carcā
- Deliberations on richness and beauty: discovery of some multi-parameter iterative maps
- “Like the vidyādhara’s sword”
- A strange Soviet construction
- Matters of religion: “he becomes Naravāhanadatta”
- Some reminiscences of our study of chaotic maps-2
- Some elementary lessons from iterative fractal maps
- Some reminiscences of our study of chaotic maps-1
- Matters of religion: discussion on vāyavya offerings
- Paper folding, Sundara Rao and geometrical constructions
- The professor’s war
- Some lessons we learned from 3-color totalistic cellular automata