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VEDIC MATHEMATICS ON

ORGANIZATION FORMAT OF GANITA SUTRAS

Conceptual Base Information

Index

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Part Aspect Pages

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Part -1 Vedic Systems Processes Page - 2

Part -2 Dimensional Synthesis Mathematics Page - 2

Part -3 Polygon Sequence Page - 3

Part -4 Numbers line and geometric line Page - 3

Part -5 Polygons sequence Page - 5

Part -6 Perimeter of polygon of order 3 onwards Page - 5

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CONCEPTUAL BASE INFORMATION

I

Vedic Systems Processes

1. Two established processes of Vedic systems are Sankhiya Nishtha and Yoga

Nishtha.

2. Sankhiya Nishtha on its ultimate analysis avails artifices of numbers

presuming the existence of geometric formats of dimensional frames, while

Yoga Nishtha on its ultimate analysis avails dimensional frames presuming

the existence of artifices of numbers.

3. Sankhiya Nishtha and Yoga Nishtha, as such run parallel to each other and

are complementary and supplementary of each other at every step.

4. With it, artifices of number n and dimensional frame of n-space run parallel

to each other being of parallel values and processing steps.

5. Here it would be relevant to mention that NVF (Artifices) = 90 and NVF

(Numbers) = 92 constitute pairing (90, 92) parallel to pairing of (n, n+2) /

(n-space) playing the role of dimension of n + 2 space.

II

Dimensional Synthesis Mathematics

6. N-space plays the role of dimension of n + 2 space.

7. Synthesis of a pair of dimensions of order n shall be requiring glue of unit

value of (n-2) space.

8. With it dimensional synthesis value of synthesis of pair of dimensions of

order n comes to be:

N – (N-2) = N +2

9. Dimensional Synthesis value for synthesis of 3 dimensions shall be equal to

the synthesis dimensional value of 2 dimensions plus third dimension value

minus two units of dimensional value of dimension of dimensional space. In

other words the dimensional synthesis value of 3 dimensions of order n is

equal to :

(N+2) + N – 2 (N-2) = 6

10.In general if ‘Sr’ is the dimensional synthesis value of ‘r’ dimensions of

value n, then: Sr = Sr-1 + N – (r-1)(n-2) where Sr-1 is the dimensional

synthesis value of r-1 dimensions of order N.

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11.As such the sequential values (S1, S2, S3, S

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, ---) for dimensional order N

would be N, N + 2, 6, 12 – 2 N, 20 – 5 N, --- .

12.For N =1, the sequential values would be (1, 3, 6, 10, ---) and for N = 2, the

sequential values would be (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, ----).

13.For N = 3, the sequential values would be (3, 5, 6, 5, 3, ---).

14.For N = 4, the sequential values would be (4, 6, 6, 4, 0, -2, -4, ----)

III

Polygons Sequence

15.Polygon of single side is the interval itself.

16.Polygon of two sides is a bended interval, that is, interval of two units with

one joint in between.

17.Polygon of three sides is an interval having two joints in between permitting

bend at each joint .

18.Polygon of n sides is interval of (n-1) joints in between permitting bend at

each such joint.

19.It may be relevant to note that such bended intervals shall be having a pair of

disjoint such points of the interval.

20.When the pair of end points of such intervals get joined together, these shall

be constituting polygons as close curves.

21.Proper polygons may be defined which separates internal and external

portion of the surface with the help of bended intervals like triangle, square,

pentagon, hexagon, heptagon and so on.

22.Here it would further be relevant to note that the sum of internal angles of n

polygon = 2 π while the sum of the external angles of n polygon shall be (n-

2) π.

23.One may have a pause here and permit the transcending mind to

comprehend this coordination feature of internal and external angles of n

polygon.

24.It shall be leading us parallel to pairing of artifices N, N-2 and of N-2 space

being dimension of N space.

IV

Numbers line and geometric line

25.In the light of the above features of artifices of numbers and dimensional

spaces, it would be blissful to chase the numbers lines of following values

i. ---- -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ----

ii. ----, -6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4, 6, ----

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26.As (-1) space plays the role of dimension of +1 space, as such the above

numbers line (i) shall be a synthetic set up 1 space set up and of +1 space set

up.

27.It is going to be the synthetic set up of dimension and of domain.

28.However the numbers line (ii) is synthetic set up of (-0) space in the role of

dimension and + 0 space in the role of dimension.

29.One may have a pause here and permit the transcending mind to chase + 0

space and (-0) space.

30.+ 0 space shall be sequentially leading to 2 space with 0 space as its

dimension, then to 4-space with 2-space as its dimension, and ahead in that

sequence and order.

31.However -0 space as domain shall be leading to -2 space as its dimension

then -4 space as dimension of -2 space and ahead in that sequence and order.

32.One may have a pause and permit the transcending mind to be face to face

with the distinguishing feature of the range 0, 2, 4, 6, ---) from that of the

range of values (-0, -2, 4, -6).

33.Here one may have a pause and permit transcending mind to chase the

sequential values of synthesis of quadruple dimensions of order 4, 5, 6 and

so on.

34.From the dimensional synthesis mathematics rule we know that these values

are 6 + N -3 ( N-2 )= 12 -2 N, for all values of N.

35.As such for N = 1, value would be 12 – 2 = 10;

for N=2 value would be N =12-4=8

For N = 3, value would be 12-6 = 6,

For N = 4, value would be for N= 12-8 = 4,

For N = 5, value would be for N = 12-10= 2 and

for N = 6 it would be N = 12 – 12 = 0 and

36.For N =7 onwards, the values sequence range would be (-2, -4, -6, -8, ---).

37.Here it would be relevant to note that 4-space, is a spatial dimensional set up

as that 2-space plays the role of dimension of 4-space and 2 + 2 = 2 x 2 = (-

2) x (-2).

38.Further it also would be relevant to note that the linear equivalence for the

spatial dimensional order set up of 4-space will make it as of linear order 2 x

4. In other words 4-space accepts linear dimensional value as 2 x 4 = 8.

39.Therefore the above values sequence for N = 7 onwards for synthesis of

quadruple artifices, namely (-2, -4, -6, -8, ---) shall be taking us for N = 7 as

value (-2) shall be leading to for n = 8 as value (-4) as -4 space playing the

role of dimension of (-2) space.

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40.One may have a pause here and permit the transcending mind to be face to

face with the numbers line (ii) (----8, -6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, ----).

41.It would be blissful to comprehend that two sub ranges namely (0, 2, 4, 6, 8,

---) and (0, -2, -4, -6, -8, ---) shall be leading to different formats, as much as

that while the above first range is the sequential range of values being 2-

space as dimension leading to 4-space as domain, then 4-space as dimension

leading to 6-space and so on.

42.On the other hand the values range (-2, -4, -6, -8, ---) shall be of the format

along which -2 space as domain leads to -4 space as dimension, then -4

space as domain leads to -6 space as dimension and so on.

V

Polygons sequence

43.Pentagon onwards polygons sequence is of distinct values features format, as

much as that if every corner of pentagon onward polygons is connected

internally with all other corner points of the polygon, then around the center

of the polygon would stand constructed another internal polygon of same

order.

44.Illustratively when every corner of pentagon is internally connected with all

other corners of the pentagon then within the original pentagon there would

stand constructed another internal pentagon around the center of the original

pentagon.

45.Likewise would be a case for all pentagon onwards polygons of the

sequence.

VI

Perimeter of polygon of order 3 onwards

46.The perimeter of the triangle consists of 3 sides of the triangle and 3 vertices

of the triangle .

47.Perimeter of square consists of four sides and 4 corner points.

48.Likewise perimeter of polygon – n consists of n sides and n vertices of

polygon. This shall be helping us conclude as that polygon n is enveloped

within boundary / perimeter of 2n components.

49.It would further be relevant to note that of 2n components of boundary /

perimeter of polygon n, half of them are sides and remaining half of them

are points.

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50.Further it would be relevant to note that both points as well as sides are

devoid of area and as such these are of zero area and that way there are two

types of zeros.

51.One may have a pause here and permit the transcending mind to transcend

through the following structural features

(i) The domain boundary ratio of hyper cubes namely interval, square,

cube and hyper cubes accepts coordination relationship A

n

: 2n B

n-1

.

(ii) Ganita Sutras organization at the phase and stage of Ganita Sutra-5

and 6 manifest 2 fold features of Sunyam (zero).

(iii) Within 5 polygon there exists internal pentagon with common center

for external and internal pentagons. In other words as within every

pentagon there exists another internal pentagon around the center, as

such there would exist infinite range of internal pentagons and the

center of pentagon shall be the limit value of pentagons.

(iv) As pentagon being the first member of the sequence of polygons

having above property, as such it is of prime feature of organization

formats.

(v) Every polygon infact is the printout in 2-space of the hyper cubes of

orders parallel to that of the polygons. Illustratively triangle is the

printout of 3-space set up in 2-space. Square is the printout of 4-space

in 2-space. Pentagon is the printout of 5-space in 2-space.

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