## The Speed of Light | Subhash Kak

Mathomathis would like to present an article on The Speed of Light by author Subhash Kak, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5901, USA Given the nature of the analogy, one would expect that this speed was considered finite. The Puranas as speak of the moving jyotiscakra, “the circle of light.” This analogy or that of the swift arrow let loose from the bow…

## Indic Cosmology | Indic Savants In The Computational Sciences From Antiquity

Mathomathis would like to present an article on: Vedic Glossary documented by Indic Cosmology, Kosla Vepa (INDIC STUDIES FOUNDATION), on the context of: THE STORY OF THE INDIC COSMOLOGY AND THE CELESTIAL TIME KEEPERS. The article would consists of Indic Savants In The Computational Sciences From Antiquity 1 A. Krishnaswami Ayyangar 2 Acyuta Pisarati (c. 1550 CE-1621 CE) 3 Apastambha, author of Sulva Sutra, circa 2000 BCE 4 Aryabhata…

## Indic Cosmology | Kosla Vepa | Elements of Panchagam | 103

Mathomathis would like to present an article on Indic Cosmology and Time Keepers by Kosla Vepa – Indic Studies Foundation. The following article is a continuation from the previous article Indic Cosmology | Kosla Vepa | Equatorial Coordinate System | 102. The TITHI According to the Indian calendar or Panchangam, Tithi is a lunar date based on the rotation of the moon around the earth, and is one of the…

## Indic Cosmology | Kosla Vepa | Equatorial Coordinate System | 102

Mathomathis would like to present an article on Indic Cosmology and Time Keepers by Kosla Vepa – Indic Studies Foundation. The following article is a continuation from the previous article Indic Cosmology | Kosla Vepa | Time Keepers | 101. The most commonly used astronomical coordinate system for indicating the positions of stars or other celestial objects on the celestial sphere are the Equatorial coordinate system. The celestial sphere is…

## Indian Astronomy | Astronomical Dating of Events | 105 (Beginning of Kaliyuga)

Mathomathis would like to present article on Indian Astronomy | Astronomical Dating of Events | 103 by the author Kosla Vepa Published by Indic Studies Foundation, 948 Happy Valley Rd., Pleasanton, Ca 94566, USA. Previous article can be found here (Indian Astronomy | Astronomical Dating of Events | 104) Their website can be located Indicstudies.us. The studies is also conducted by N.S. Rajaram PhD. Author’s in the volume 1 of…

## Cosmo Graphical Mapping | 102

In the previous article Cosmo Graphical Mapping | Jambudvipa | 101 author has discussed on concepts of Jambudvipa, saptadvipa, catur dvipa and more. The following article would be a continuity topic on the same. Readers are expected to read the previous article before reading the following one. Figure shown above is a reproduction of the kurmavibhaga from a modem edition of a medieval astrological text, the Narapatijayacarya, which was intended…