Pythagoras’ education roots in Bharat



Here is the proof that Pythagoras came to Bharat as student and went back as Teacher.The famous Pythagorean Theorem was not in use for five hundred years after death of Pythagoras. It was Cicero and Plutarch who attributed the theorem to Pythagoras. Roots of mathematics are more ancient than what is taught to you in school. According to Sir Thomas L. Heath, there is no attribution [2] by Pythagoras himself during his lifetime. The reason I perceive for no attribution is that Pythagoras was groomed in Bharat where knowledge was never copyrighted or attributed to mortals.

Pg 229, “History of European Morals from Augustus to Charlemagne 1913, Part 1 By W. E. H. Lecky, Pythagoras did come to India.
[2] Euclid (1956). Translated by Johan Ludvig Heiberg with an introduction and commentary by Sir Thomas L. Heath. ed. The Elements (3 vols.). Pg 351

Precision Architecture of Hindus



With this precision level, temples (and other buildings) were built by local architecture knowledge.

The main temple of Mathura, Kesava Deo Temple, was so colossal that Ghazni guessed that it would take 200 years to build similar in his own country. His secretary wrote in his account “It was much beyond any descriptions and grandeur!”. Yet, it was reduced to rubble, after tons of precious metal and stones looted.

So many such precision works were destroyed and common mass of last two centuries were kept ignorant about them. So for them, only way to measure physical things is western way!

Ancient Indian Spectrometer Reference



There is a manuscript of Maharsi Bharadvaja titled ‘Amsu-bodhini’ (with a commentary of Bodhananda) at the library of Oriental Institute, Vadodara (Baroda). In the introductory passages, it is said that in the original text of Bharadvaja, the aphorisms of ‘Amsu-bodhini’ are divided into twelve chapters having one thousand sections. In order to make it understandable, Bodhananda wrote a commentary on it. Actually the available manuscript is the first chapter of the work, having a commentary over the first 50 aphorisms of Maharsi Bharadvdja.

The title of this chapter is ‘Srstvadhikarah i.e. the Evolution of the Universe. Description of aphorisms in first chapter describes creation of Solar system. Study of this manu-script concludes,

1. the nature and properties of the ultraviolet, visible and infrared radiations were well known in Ancient India,
2. they knew the properties and methods of preparation of materials useful in such radiation studies and
3. presumably also knew the theory and practice of this and other four types of spectrometer.

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Why Not Technological Triumph by Ancient Indian Science?



“If Indians were so great in science, why didn’t they invent great weapons, cars, planes and all modern gadgets?”

Being a student of science, it is not necessary that I invent application of physical principles. True scholar, groomed under Dharmic Guru, in dharmic environment, would never trade into destructive paths.

Why no Dhamic person would prefer to be named as inventor of so and so technology?


Modern Science framework only considers first two द्रश्य,द्रष्टा in their realization. That is objectivity. The object or the observed + the observer. That’s it. There is no room for दृष्टि. How you perceive matters. And that is ignored by modern science!

ऋषि दृष्टि is long term. Actually infinite. Cyclic. That which hampers individual to perform his/her dharma, deserves to remain in mind of the idea possessor.

Technology is not our enemy, our surrender to them is! And no ऋषि would prefer slavery of living beings. And so, even if some technological solutions were prevailing in ancient Bharat, I am sure, usage was never commercialized.

Take simple example: Clock revolution. Beginning in the fourteenth century, the clock made us into time-keepers, and then time-savers, and now time-servers. In the process, we have learned irreverence toward the sun and the seasons, for in a world made up of seconds and minutes, the authority of nature is superseded. Eternity ceased to serve as the measure and focus of human events.

There is no issue with clock. There is no issue using it for life simplifications and artificial order when we are not able to handle natural chaotic order. Why force biological clocks in forcible slavery of machines? Insensitivity is not a worthy virtue to learn from machines.

But yes, if there is a system developed (पंचांग), to help humans (as they only need to restore order. Other animals are blessed to remain in order 🙂 ) , without making them slaves, it is more than welcomed!

This was about bygone days. Situation in present is such that, we at least should be capable enough to produce weapons to protect self. Sadly, we are not.

अतुल्य संस्कृत, अमर संस्कृति २ : Fibbonacci or मात्रामेरु?

Couple of months back when I posted against western scientists piracy of Bharatiya knowledge, one friend of friend suggested that, why do I paint all as pirates?

No. I don’t. I very well welcome scientists who give references.

I have high respect for Donald Knuth.

The name of Leonardo of Pisa, also called Fibonacci (I 170-1250), is attached to the sequence 0, I, I, 2. 3, 5, 8, 13, . . . , in which the nth term is given by Un = Un-1 + Un-2. But the sequence was well known in India before Leonardo’s time. Indian authorities on the metrical sciences used this sequence in works on metric.

Professor (आचार्य) Pingala is the first known authority on the metrical sciences in Bharat whose writings indicate a knowledge of the so-called Fibonacci numbers. He is considered as younger brother of आचार्य Panini. There is alternative opinion that he is maternal uncle of आचार्य Panini.
From now on, teach your children Matra-meru numbers.

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This is called cultural digestion. Rajiv Malhotra puts this cultural hijacking in words very nicely. Beware of cultural hijacking!

Rajiv Malhotra frequently draws on the Tiger and the Deer metaphor to explain the process of digestion. Malhotra writes (“The Tiger and the Deer: Is Dharma being digested into the West?”.): “Just as the tiger, a predator, would, the West, a dominant and aggressive culture dismembers the weaker one – the deer – into parts from which it picks and chooses pieces that it wants to appropriate; the appropriated elements get mapped onto the language and social structures of the dominant civilization’s own history and paradigms, leaving little if any trace of the links to the source tradition. The civilization that was thus “mined” and consumed gets depleted of its cultural and social capital, because the appropriated elements are then shown to be disconnected from and even in conflict with the source civilization. Finally, the vanquished prey – the deer – enters the proverbial museum as yet another dead creature (i.e. a dead culture), ceasing to pose a threat to the dominant one.”

Malhotra adds: “There are several examples of civilizations becoming digested by some other civilization. Many symbols, rituals and ideas came to Christianity from the so-called pagans (pre-Christian Europeans), but these pagan faiths were demonized and destroyed in the process. Native Americans gave numerous riches to the European colonizers – including potatoes, tomatoes, material wealth, fertile lands – but these original discoverers and citizens of the Americas lost their own way of life, and have ended up in museums as exotic artifacts, or as drunken people living on isolated reservations. Egyptian civilization was digested into Greece, and before that some of the African civilizations had been digested into Egypt. In each case, the side getting digested was compromised, marginalized and eventually ceased to be a living, thriving civilization. Today, before our very eyes, Tibetan civilization is being digested into China by a very aggressive and deliberate strategic plan.”

Impact of educational Brainwash : Forgotten Science of Immunity Boosters



Couple of days back, I shared movie trailor where it is shown that Aircraft was first trial run by Bharatiya. 8 years before it was invented by US by right brothers.

As a reaction, one friend responded that this is all imagination. Indian society was primitive before they are exposed to modern science by British Education system. You are bigoted and fanatic about everything great about culture.


Well, that is the response of brainwashing done by modern education. I don’t pass this as blanket judgement. I can show you many examples with documentary proofs which will reiterate my firm belief about highly advanced society of Bharat.
Here is one more from the field of medical science.

Our text books teach us that smallpox vaccine was invented by Edward Jenner in 1798.

Then how come Dr. J. Z. Holwell, M.D., F.R.S. recorded common practice of small pox Vaccination across Bharat in 1767?

See, this level of brainwashing happens by school text books. And once a firm belief is imprinted in your kid’s mind that ‘Everything Indians is primitive and in inventions happen only in Europe’, you cannot stop them surrendering to the system designed to keep them slaves. And slaves cannot innovate genuinely. 🙂


“Holwell claimed that when the inoculation regime was strictly followed, it is next to a miracle to hear that it ‘failed in one in a million’. He added that since “this practice of the East has been followed without variation, and with uniform success from the remotest known times, it is but justice to conclude, it must have been originally founded on the basis of rational principles and experiment.””

A doctor publishes paper on Smallpox in 1767 and Edward Jenner inventing it in 1798 – mere coincidence? 😀


Just for you to observe: Traditional Cow shepherd community’s children relatively more healthier then rest.

Do you know reason?

Their affinity with mother Gau. Mother’s teats is breeding ground for harmless but essential viruses (including smallpox). When kids are playing with calf and gau, they go exposed to them early in age which naturally help them build immunity.

In Ancient Gurukul system, when child is admitted to school, he has to serve in Gau shala. Needless to mention reason i.e. to build their immunity 🙂

I have also seen in some community where dermal kit is prepared from dung and urine of cow using black thread and cloth and is tied on shoulder of the newborn. This also works as vaccination like modern days dermal hormone therapies.

But now our so called scholar movie script writers tell us that worshiping cows is wrong number 😀

I don’t ask you to blindly accepting what I am sharing. Do your independent study and you will find the same facts I am finding. (y) 🙂


Lower worlds in Scriptures


Lower worlds in scriptures

Human Skin under microscope
Human Skin under microscope

वालाग्र शत भागस्य शतधा कल्पितस्य च ॥ भागो जीवः स विज्ञेयः स चानन्त्याय कल्पते ॥ (श्वेताश्वतर उपनिषद्, ५/९)
Assume 100 parts of 100th part of hair end (micron size)= 10-10 Meter. That is Jīva, not destroyed in any chemical change-all Kalpa =or creation is recombination of atoms only.
षट्चक्र निरूपण, ७-एतस्या मध्यदेशे विलसति परमाऽपूर्वा निर्वाण शक्तिः कोट्यादित्य प्रकाशां त्रिभुवन-जननी कोटिभागैकरूपा । केशाग्रातिगुह्या निरवधि विलसत .. ।९। अत्रास्ते शिशु-सूर्यकला चन्द्रस्य षोडशी शुद्धा नीरज सूक्ष्म-तन्तु शतधा भागैक रूपा परा ।७।
Central nerve is 107 parts of hair-end. Kuņɖalinī is still 100 times smaller, equal to nucleus of atom = 10-15 meters
वालाग्र शत साहस्रं तस्य भागस्य भागिनः ।तस्य भागस्य भागार्धं तत्क्षये तु निरञ्जनम् ॥ (ध्यानविन्दु उपनिषद् , ४)
Starting from man, hair-end is first smaller Viśva 100 thousand times smaller. There are 6 more levels smaller by same ratio. Smallest is Nirañjana (not perceived by any instrument, or mind)
कलिल-सर्व धातुं कलनीकृतः, अव्यक्त विग्रहः (तस्मात् कलिल) चरक संहिता, शरीरस्थान (४/९)
In womb, cell starts collecting all materials, so it is called kalila.
अनाद्यनन्तं कलिलस्य मध्ये विश्वस्य स्रष्टारमनेकरूपम् ।
विश्वस्यैकं परिवेष्टितारं ज्ञात्वा देवं मुच्यते सर्व पाशैः ॥ (श्वेताश्वतर उपनिषद्, ५/१३)
A cell also is a Viśva, which is enclosed (pariveşţita).
वालाग्रमात्रं हृदयस्य मध्ये विश्वं देवं जातरूपं वरेण्यं (अथर्वशिर उपनिषद् ५)

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