Indic Cosmology | Kosla Vepa | Universe Age | 104 (Conclusion)

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 | Elements of Panchagam | 103. The Hindu Calendar or more appropriately Almanac(also known as the Panchanga) currently in practice...

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Yajnavalkya and the Origins of Puranic Cosmology

Mathomathis would like to present an article on: Yajnavalkya and the Origins of Puranic Cosmology By Author Subhash Kak Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5901, USA (May 30, 2018) The prehistory of Puranic astronomy is not well understood. Although it is known that the Puranas contain very old...

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Nada Sound in Vedic Science | 103 (Conclusion)

The following article is a continuation from the previous article Nada Sound in Vedic Science – Origin of Shapes and Figures | 102. Readers are expected to complete the previous article, before continuing further. Robert E. Wilkinson in his article – The Quantum Brahman explained about the Quantum Vacuum that clarifies some of the baffling...

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Nada Sound in Vedic Science – Origin of Shapes and Figures | 102

The following article is an continuation from the previous article Nada Sound in Vedic Science | 101. i.e. Vayu and Antariksha are Amrita because these are Amrita (immortal). Pervading is their quality. So these are Yat (motion). This is also ‘Tyat’ because it is indivisible by other thing. So He the Supreme Brahman is the...

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Nada – Sound In Vedic Science | 101

Definition of Science: Carnap defines Science as – “an ordered body of knowledge.” Skinner, defines Science as – “a search for order, for uniformities for lawful relations amongst events in nature.” In the view of Wartofsky “Science is an activity, a process and continuous inquiry. The procedures, functions and purposes of Scientific inquiry must be...

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Poet in the Vedic Aesthetics | (Conclusion) 102

The following article on Poet in Vedic Aesthetics is a continuation from Part 101 | Previous article, do read the previous article before continuing here. The discrepancy between the old and the new selves is quite conspicuous and Dirghatamas as a poet shrugs off his old self but cannot explain the dynamics of this transformation....

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