The Vedic Computer Technique.
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On March 22, 1993, a report appeared in Times of India (Daily newspaper in India):
“Computer scientists are now beginning to realize that all their endeavor over the last three decades into making language accessible to computer programming technique was already done 2,600 years ago. Through much removed in time, space and culture, a 7th Century B.C. Sanskrit grammarian seems to have provided all the answers to today’s computer problems”.
“That grammarian- Panini- is now being called the first software man, without the hardware. And the focus is on the roughly 4,000 rules of Sanskrit grammar that he evolved; rules that are so scientific and logical in manner that they closely resembles structures used by computer scientists throughout the world”.
“Sadly, the link between artificial intelligence and Panini’s grammar was discovered in faraway America, by a NASA scientist called Mr. Rick Briggs. Scientists, over the years, had been bogged down by ambiguities in natural languages and efforts into computer processing technique were proving too difficult- until Mr. Briggs Discovered Sanskrit. Since then, millions of dollars have been pumped into research with many Western counties doing extensive work on the subject”.
“How does Panini’s grammar work? Grammar is basically an abstraction of the language. As a rule, grammar is usually written after a language was developed. Sanskrit has other forms of grammar, but Panini’s is the only one which with only 4,000 rules successfully covers almost the entire range and each word under the Panini grammar can be tracked back to its root, quite akin in form and essence to computer languages like say Cobol or Fortan ”.
From our tradition, We know that Veda is Apurushaya and Sanskrit is Devbhasha or God made language. Their language is therefore not having human origin. That is why mathematical precision described above. Panini is master tabulator of Sanskrit but not the originator of the language.
Recently, one book was released Vedas and Computer which says: “The Vedas and Computers By RVSS Avadhanulu gives a lucid exposition of some basic principles laid down in Mimamsa philosophy vis-à-vis the modern computational systems. Further it asserts that some of the latest principles of computer science were already recorded in the Mimamsa texts.
To corroborate with the above statement the author selects the FORTRAN language of computer to demonstrate the value of expression by an assignment statement together with the control transfer statement; form of simple variable; applicatory injunction; physical & logical sequence with due analysis of the concepts; Subprogram in the Vedas; data transmission; categorization of statements; job step concept in computers; queues/stacks & paurvaparya & vitati; time sharing systems; processing time”.
Hence, origin of computing language technique, algorithm, application and precision points to root to Vedic Sanskrit language.
#Hashing technique is well known algorithm know from the person of IT background. Google uses Hashing Technique for search engine. Let’s see how it works:
A hash is a mapping of variable length data to a fixed length, many a times some long text represented as a number or a fixed length text. The original text might be a single word, or a sentence or an entire document! The hashing algorithm converts it into a number or a fixed length text.
Say the text is ‘Gurudev’, then the hash of ‘Gurudev’ could be 16478.
OR Say the text is ‘I am an alien from some other planet’, then the hash of it could be AJD3D.
A number could be similarly given for an entire paragraph, or a whole document!!
So, actually the hashing technique was first derived by Carnatic Indian Music.
Carnatic music system has 72 base ragas. Each raga in Indian music system depicts a mood. Some ragas are suitable to be played during sun rise, some during sunset, some produce a devotional feeling, and some produce a romantic feeling, and so on… In carnatic we need Sa, Re, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha, Ni to form a base raga. Base raga is also called a melakartha raga. So there are 72 Melakarthas in carnatic. So each raga has its melakartha number which is 1-72, and then we have the raga name. This is where the hashing algorithm comes into picture.
The hashing algorithm used to name a carnatic raga is called ‘KaTaPaYaDi’ system and using this algorithm, just by knowing the raga name one can calculate the Melakartha number of that raga and all the 7 base keys used in that raga!
Computer language is written in Binary numbers. The origin of the Binary number is also Vedic Literature.
The binary numbers can be found in the great Vedic literatures, the shastras, written in the first language of mankind, Sanskrit, more specifically located in the ChandahSutra and originally committed to text by Pingala around the 4th Century. This is an estimation, as Sanskrit was a language that was only sung many years before mankind had a need to write on paper. Before the need to write on paper, mankind had highly developed memory and so the need to write was not even part of life at that time.
The Computer Hardware must have existed in Vedic culture as may be deduced from Bhrugu and NAdi Granthas which record the life predictions of billions of born and unborn individuals.
The other possibility could be that those horoscope and their forecasts were spelled out by gifted Trikaldarshi minds which could see the past, present and future.
We should be really proud of our ancestors who used to use the Technique which is basis of Modern Computer world. Hence, root of computer also derived from Vedic world.
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