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 A point to note: iShTaka has an Iranic cognate &, as we discussed before, even a Tocharian one. However, it atteste… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 9 hours ago
 The match between the teacher and student is a critical issue. What guNas are considered great in a student might… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 hours ago
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 n!+1 is prime for n=1, 2, 3, 11 I don't know of any n after that which yields a prime. 1 day ago
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 The wink of the Gorgon and the twang of the Lyre
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 Some notes on the runiform “Altaic” inscriptions and the early Turk Khaghanates: Orkhon and beyond
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 A point to note: iShTaka has an Iranic cognate &, as we discussed before, even a Tocharian one. However, it atteste… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 9 hours ago
 The match between the teacher and student is a critical issue. What guNas are considered great in a student might… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 hours ago
 Rare objects of beauty that bring pleasure to their enjoyer are sought by many but not gained by most, leading to s… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 hours ago
 RT @bharadvajatmaja: Kevin Turner lived amongst the Buryat Mongols, learnt from them & became a shaman himself. He recalls his experience… 10 hours ago
 n!+1 is prime for n=1, 2, 3, 11 I don't know of any n after that which yields a prime. 1 day ago
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 Cārucitrābhisambodhi
 RV 10.78
 The turning of the yugacakra
 A sampler of Ramanujan’s elementary results and their manifold ramifications
 A catalog of attractors, repellors, cycles, and other oscillations of some common functional iterates
 The wink of the Gorgon and the twang of the Lyre
 Some poems
 The Kaumāra cycle in the Skandapurāṇa’s Śaṃkarasaṃhitā
 Some notes on the runiform “Altaic” inscriptions and the early Turk Khaghanates: Orkhon and beyond
 Vikīrṇā viṣayāḥ: India and the Rus
 Alkaios’ hymn to the Dioskouroi: Hindu parallels
 Some notes on the IndoEuropean aspects of the Anatolian tradition
 The death of Miss Lizzie Willink
 IndoEuropean expansions and iconography: revisiting the anthropomorphic stelae
 Geopolitical summary: March 2022
 Human retroviruses, sociology of science, and biographical ruminations
 Transcripts of conversations: the addiction principle:
 Phantom impressions1
 A note on Śrī, Viṣṇu and śṛṅgāra
 Are civilizational cycles the norm?
 On the rise of the mātṛkās and the goddess Cāmuṇḍā
 Huns, Uralics, and empires of the steppe
 Some observations on the LekkerkerkerZeckendorf decomposition of integers
 Subjective and objective insight
 On the passing of E.O. Wilson
 Some words on mleccha cartels
 Relationships between incircles of the “equilateral triangles in a square” system
 The Rāmāyaṇa in numbers: meters, sarga and kāṇḍa structure
 Sneha, snowstorms, the sun and the moon in enigmatic ṛks
 The strange case of the Āpastamba sprite

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A sampler of Ramanujan’s elementary results and their manifold ramifications
As we have remarked before, Ramanujan seemed as if channeling the worldconquering strides of Viṣṇu, when he singlehandedly bridged the lacuna in Hindu mathematics from the days of the brāhmaṇas of the Cerapada to the modern era. Starting around the … Continue reading
Posted in Scientific ramblings
Tagged arithmetic, combinatorics, complex numbers, figurate numbers, Gamma function, Geometric construction, geometry, Hindu, Hindu mathematics, irrational numbers, mathematical entity, mathematics, numbers, prime numbers, recreational geometry, Riemann, sequence, series sum, zeta function
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Counting primes, arithmetic functions, Ramanujan and the like
We originally wished to have a tailpiece for our previous note that would describe more precisely the relationship between the Möbius function and the distribution of prime numbers. However, since that would have needed a bit of a detour in … Continue reading
Posted in History, Scientific ramblings
Tagged complex numbers, Euler, Gauss, mathematics, prime numbers, Ramanujan, Riemann
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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
Posted in Heathen thought, History, Life
Tagged ancient Hindu thought, Euler, Gauss, Hindu, Hindu knowledge, Hindu science, Hindus, history, Ramanujan, Riemann, Story, world history
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Some personal reflections on Carl Gauss, Bernhard Riemann and associated matters
The biochemist Albert SzentGyörgyi had famously remarked that as he successively, journeyed for a better understanding of life from cell biology, to physiology, to pharmacology, to bacteriology, to biochemistry, to physical chemistry to quantum mechanics he lost life between his … Continue reading
Posted in History, Life, Scientific ramblings
Tagged Einstein, Euclid, Euler, Gauss, geometry, Greek thought, Noneuclidean geometry, Riemann, Thabit ibn Kurra
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Trigonometric tangles3: the fractals
See also: https://manasataramgini.wordpress.com/2016/05/06/theastroidthedeltoidandthefishwithinthefish/ This exploration began in days of youth shortly after we learned about complex numbers. It culminated only much later in adulthood when we discovered for ourselves a class of fractal curves related to a celebrated curve discovered … Continue reading