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Indian Theory of Evolution ( in English)

Indian Theory of Evolution ( in English)

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Published by Dr Suvarna Nalapat
Contents :•
1.Secret of Pranava –Today,Yesterday and forever pages: 1-18
• 2 The first Idea 19-35
• 3.Language 36-44
• 4 Custodians of culture 45-49
• 5.Worshipping Wisdom (Vidya) 49-54
• 6.Theory of Evolution 54-62
• 7 Indian Theory of Evolution 62-69
• References 69-71
• Appendix 1 Malayalam Manual http://www.scribd.com/doc/203798103/Indian-Theory-of-Evolution-When-East-and-West-Meet-malayalam-Manuscript-PDF

• Appendix 2 Chronology of Vedic Guruparampara ( complete) http://www.scribd.com/doc/203799291/Chronology-of-Vedic-Rishiparampara-appendix-2-PDF
Contents :•
1.Secret of Pranava –Today,Yesterday and forever pages: 1-18
• 2 The first Idea 19-35
• 3.Language 36-44
• 4 Custodians of culture 45-49
• 5.Worshipping Wisdom (Vidya) 49-54
• 6.Theory of Evolution 54-62
• 7 Indian Theory of Evolution 62-69
• References 69-71
• Appendix 1 Malayalam Manual http://www.scribd.com/doc/203798103/Indian-Theory-of-Evolution-When-East-and-West-Meet-malayalam-Manuscript-PDF

• Appendix 2 Chronology of Vedic Guruparampara ( complete) http://www.scribd.com/doc/203799291/Chronology-of-Vedic-Rishiparampara-appendix-2-PDF

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1
 
The
 
Indian
 
Theory
 
of 
 
Evolution
 
(When
 
west
 
met
 
the
 
East)
 
Dr
 
Suvarna
 
Nalapat
 
MBBS;MD
 
Pathology;
 
BSc
 
Zoology,Botany
 
Founder
 
President
 
and
 
Managing
 
Trustee
 
of 
 
Dr
 
Suvarna
 
Nalapat
 
Trust
 
for
 
Education
 
and
 
Research
 
Contents
 
:
 
 
1.Secret
 
of 
 
Pranava
 
 –Today,Yesterday
 
and
 
forever
 
pages:
 
1
18
 
 
2
 
The
 
first
 
Idea
 
19
35
 
 
3.Language
 
36
44
 
 
2
 
 
4
 
Custodians
 
of 
 
culture
 
45
49
 
 
5.Worshipping
 
Wisdom
 
(Vidya)
 
49
54
 
 
6.Theory
 
of 
 
Evolution
 
54
62
 
 
7
 
Indian
 
Theory
 
of 
 
Evolution
 
62
69
 
 
References
 
69
71
 
 
Chapter
 
1
 
.
 
Secret
 
of 
 
Pranava
 
 –Today,Yesterday
 
and
 
forever
 
“Agnirvai 
 
Vaak 
 
“ 
 
Word 
 
is
 
Fire
 
.It 
 
shines
 
 ,
 
and 
 
reveals
 
itself 
 
.Says
 
Veda.
 
The
 
origin
 
of 
 
word,
 
its
 
Varna,Dwani 
 
 ,order 
 
and 
 
its
 
use
 
was
 
studied 
 
in
 
India
 
right 
 
 from
 
Vedic
 
times.
 
There
 
was
 
no
 
other 
 
ancient 
 
civilization
 
which
 
had 
 
given
 
so
 
much
 
of 
 
literary 
 
evidence
 
about 
 
the
 
consciousness
 
of 
 
human
 
beings
 
who
 
spoke,wrote
 
and 
 
shared 
 
the
 
word.
 
This
 
study 
 
is
 
encoded 
 
in
 
the
 
Sabdasasthra,
 
Vyakarana,Siksha,Chandas,Niruktha,Kalpa
 
 ,music,
 
 Jyothisha
 
 ,manthrasasthra,yoga
 
and 
 
Vedantha
 
.
 
Study 
 
of 
 
Sabdasasthra
 
and 
 
Nadabrahman
 
is
 
 pure
 
and 
 
simple
 
science
 
of 
 
word 
 
and 
 
language
 
 ,
 
and 
 
not 
 
a
 
mythological 
 
concept.
 
It 
 
is
 
not 
 
a
 
 fantacy 
 
either.
 
Human
 
beings
 
are
 
able
 
to
 
store
 
numerous
 
words
 
in
 
their 
 
intellect 
 
and 
 
to
 
make
 
use
 
of 
 
them
 
when
 
needed.
 
That 
 
is
 
 ,
 
human
 
being
 
is
 
a
 
walking
 
 Amarakosa
 
(lexicon).Amara
 
is
 
endless,eternal.
 
Kosa
 
is
 
a
 
treasury.A
 
treasury 
 
eternal 
 
of 
 
words
 
!!
 
 About 
 
this
 
mental 
 
lexicon
 
of 
 
human
 
beings
 
 ,
 
research
 
is
 
 progressing
 
recently 
 
only 
 
.Three
 
editions
 
of 
 
a
 
book 
 
on
 
this
 
subject 
 
came
 
out 
 
in
 
1987,1994
 
and 
 
2003.(Words
 
in
 
the
 
mind:
 
 Jean
 
 Aitchison).According
 
to
 
this
 
book 
 
an
 
educated 
 
adult 
 
can
 
know 
 
minimum
 
of 
 
50000
150000
 
words.
 
 A
 
 person
 
who
 
knows
 
60000
 
words
 
of 
 
a
 
language,
 
if 
 
he/she
 
happens
 
to
 
hear 
 
another 
 
 person
 
speaking
 
in
 
the
 
same
 
language
 
 ,
 
discovers
 
a
 
 foreign
 
word 
 
in
 
it 
 
within
 
10
 
minutes
 
 ,
 
if 
 
the
 
speed 
 
of 
 
checking
 
is
 
120
 
words/sec.
 
But,
 
in
 
reality,
 
a
 
 person
 
discovers
 
it 
 
 ,
 
the
 
moment 
 
it 
 
is
 
uttered.
 
The
 
speed 
 
is
 
then
 
1/100
 
of 
 
a
 
second.
 
This
 
mental 
 
 process
 
of 
 
spoken
 
language
 
and 
 
that 
 
of 
 
written
 
language
 
(using
 
a
 
Dictionery)
 
are
 
different 
 
.
 
Mind 
 
can
 
 process
 
words
 
 faster 
 
than
 
a
 
book 
 
(dictionary).The
 
differences
 
in
 
 pronounciation
 
is
 
 felt 
 
in
 
spoken
 
language
 
only,
 
and 
 
not 
 
in
 
the
 
written
 
script.
 
1
 
words
 
are
 
endless.
 
 
3
 
2.We
 
 process
 
it 
 
within
 
a
 
second 
 
Therefore,
 
words
 
must 
 
be
 
arranged 
 
orderly 
 
and 
 
stored 
 
in
 
orderly 
 
 fashion
 
in
 
our 
 
memory 
 
.Memory 
 
is
 
not 
 
a
 
wastepaper 
 
basket 
 
but 
 
a
 
wellorganised 
 
neatly 
 
arranged,
 
orderly 
 
treasure.
 
The
 
 people
 
who
 
study 
 
human
 
mind’s
 
collection
 
of 
 
words
 
are
 
called 
 
 psycholinguists.
 
The
 
tools
 
they 
 
use
 
 for 
 
this
 
are
 
:
 
1
 
Intellect 
 
2.The
 
methods
 
of 
 
study 
 
using
 
intellect 
 
The
 
methods
 
of 
 
study 
 
with
 
which
 
they 
 
learn
 
mind’s
 
 Amarakosa
 
(Lexicon)
 
are:
 
1.Search
 
 for 
 
and 
 
discover 
 
all 
 
words,
 
including
 
the
 
words
 
created 
 
by 
 
a
 
 fault 
 
in
 
the
 
 pronounciation
 
(Apabhramsa)
 
.The
 
word 
 
searches
 
and 
 
slips
 
of 
 
tounge
 
are
 
all 
 
recorded.
 
2
 
.Linguistics
 
and 
 
Linguistic
 
corpora
 
3.
 
Psycholinguistic
 
experiments
 
Thus
 
the
 
 planes
 
of 
 
language,sound,biology,medicine
 
 ,psychology 
 
become
 
merged 
 
in
 
a
 
single
 
whole.This
 
 Advaitha
 
of 
 
Indian
 
Sabdasasthra,Sahitya,Sangeetha,Ayurveda,Yoga,
 
and 
 
 Jyothisha
 
had 
 
happened 
 
millennia
 
before.
 
When
 
an
 
object 
 
is
 
lost 
 
we
 
search
 
 for 
 
it 
 
in
 
our 
 
home,
 
surroundings.
 
But 
 
we
 
also
 
search
 
in
 
our 
 
memory 
 
 ,
 
when
 
we
 
last 
 
saw 
 
that 
 
object 
 
and 
 
where.
 
It 
 
is
 
those
 
 places
 
we
 
search
 
most.
 
But 
 
if 
 
a
 
word,
 
a
 
language
 
or 
 
a
 
culture
 
is
 
lost 
 
where
 
should 
 
we
 
search
 
 for 
 
it 
 
 
How 
 
we
 
should 
 
search
 
 for 
 
it 
 
 
Sabdasasthra
 
does
 
his
 
search
 
through
 
Sruthi,
 
and 
 
smrithi 
 
.Knowing
 
this
 
secret 
 
 ,
 
we
 
can
 
search
 
 for 
 
our 
 
lost 
 
smrithi 
 
and 
 
through
 
it 
 
the
 
lost 
 
language,word,culture.
 
If 
 
we
 
search
 
in
 
the
 
last 
 
century 
 
 ,
 
or 
 
in
 
the
 
 previous
 
500
 
or 
 
2000
 
years
 
alone,
 
we
 
may 
 
not 
 
be
 
able
 
to
 
discover 
 
the
 
entire
 
Samskaarasmrithi 
 
(cultural 
 
memory)
 
of 
 
India.
 
Because
 
Indian
 
culture
 
was
 
 present 
 
at 
 
least 
 
 from
 
the
 
last 
 
Ice
 
age
 
 
10000
 
BC)
 
and 
 
came
 
to
 
a
 
slow 
 
decline
 
after 
 
BC 
 
3100
 
 ,
 
which
 
is
 
the
 
decline
 
of 
 
the
 
Saraswathi 
Sindhu
Harappan
 
culture
 
 ,
 
 following
 
Mahabharatha
 
war.
 
Suppose
 
we
 
see
 
a
 
description
 
of 
 
an
 
instrument 
 
in
 
a
 
book.
 
But 
 
 ,
 
it 
 
is
 
not 
 
discovered 
 
.
 
Then
 
how 
 
can
 
you
 
study 
 
it 
 
 
Make
 
a
 
model 
 
of 
 
it 
 
 following
 
the
 
textbook 
 
description.
 
“The
 
best 
 
way 
 
of 
 
 finding
 
about 
 
something
 
is
 
to
 
try 
 
to
 
make
 
it 
 
oneself.” 
 
(pp
 
29
 
Modelling
 
the
 
Mind 
 
Lexicon).Whether 
 
it 
 
is
 
the
 
Universe
 
 ,
 
or 
 
the
 
mind’s
 
lexicon,
 
culture
 
or 
 
computer 
 
this
 
creation
 
of 
 
Model 
 
is
 
essential 
 
 for 
 
its
 
understanding.
 
In
 
Milton’s
 
Paradise
 
Lost 
 
Raphel 
 
tells
 
 Adam
 
that 
 
God 
 
made
 
the
 
argument 
 
between
 
men
 
about 
 
the
 
models
 
of 
 
Universe.
 
He
 
his
 
 fabric
 
of 
 
the
 
Heavens
 
Hath
 
left 
 
to
 
their 
 
disputes
 
 ,perhaps
 
to
 
move,
 
His
 
laughter 
 
at 
 
their 
 
quaint 
 
opinions
 
wide
 
Hereafter,when
 
they 
 
come
 
to
 
model 
 
heaven
 

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