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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

I am an INDIAN. I am in Minority :(

Thoughts for a special occasion - 26 / Jan / 2012 - 63rd republic day

74% think "I am an Aryan"
24% think "I am a Dravidian"
41% think "I am a Hindi-ite"
 8% think "I am a Bengali"
 7% think "I am a Telugu-ite"
 7% think "I am a Marati-ian"
 6% think "I am a Tamilian"
But, Where are "I am an Indian"?

80.5% think "I am a Hindu"
13.4% think "I am a Muslim"
  2.3% think "I am a Christian"
  1.9% think "I am a Sikh"
  0.8% think "I am a Buddhist"
  0.4% think "I am a Jain"
But, Where are "I am an Indian"?

16.5 M think "I am a Mumbaitie"
13.8 M think "I am a Kolkotan"
12.8 M think "I am a Delhiite"
  6.4 M think "I am a Madrasi"
  5.7 M think "I am a Bangalorean"
  5.5 M think "I am a Hyderabadi"
  4.5 M think "I am a Ahmedabadi"
But, Where are "I am an Indian"?

69% think "I am a Rural dweller"
31% think "I am a Urban Dweller"
74% think "I am a Literate"
26% think "I am a Illiterate"
Some think "I am a vegetarian"
Some think "I am a non-vegetarian"
Some think "I am a vegan"
Many in India think food itself is a luxury and
eating one full meal is being blessed!
But, where are "I am the Indian"?

"I am a Scheduled class"
"I am a Scheduled Tribe"
"I am a Backward class"
"I am a most backward class"
"I am an Aadivasi"
"I am an other backward class"
"I am a minority"
But, Where are "I am an Indian"?

I am a politician
I am a bureaucrat
I am a Journalist
I am a doctor
I am a government employee
I am an unemployed
I am a Aam Aadmi
But, Where are "I am an Indian"?

In a country of 1.2b, I find myself to be IN a MINORITY. No one gives a damn about me!..

I am an INDIAN.

Happy Reading!

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Time = Space Series - eBook - Read me first

My Thoughts:

“Curious by nature, in a life so uncertain
Thirsty for the truth, which is so certain
I sought for some water in our Vedas - the fountain
Though I can’t understand fully what it contains
I am amazed & speechless with what I could ascertain
This is just a speck of dust from that golden mountain
Thankful to my family for helping me in what I could attain
Grateful for the wisdom and works from all the chieftains
Wish I repay every atom of it through my gratuitous tearstains” 

This 32 part series was an effort to share what I read, understood and enjoyed about the scientific aspects in ancient India which are codified in our language, arts and in 1000s of temples. The quotes and examples are predominantly in Tamil but I have tried to give the meaning which can enable a reader to grasp the meaning and progress. Any shortcomings you notice are purely reflective of my abilities to understand and express. There was not even an iota of intention to hurt any sentiments or beliefs of others. I have compiled this as eBook too.

You can download the Time = Space series eBook from this URL.

Time =Space 2 (Google Docs - Download or read it online - Pdf verion)

Drop Box (Download or read it online - Pdf verion)

Read it here online with links below

Alternatively the links for all the parts are as given below:

Part 1    Part 2    Part 3    Part 4    Part 5    Part 6    Part 7   Part 8  

Part 9   Part 10   Part 11   Part 12   Part 13  Part 14  Part 15  Part 16  

Part 17   Part 18   Part 19  Part 20   Part 21  Part 22   Part 23   Part 24

In the eBook i would have started with Obeisance to Sage of Kanchi for guiding me though this. There were many aspects which i did not understand when i started writing but fortunately my little mind could comprehend this with his grace! 

A divine soul 
With a noble goal
Walked this earth
When divinity was dearth
Beyond any treasure's worth
To avoid our death & rebirth
Seek his guidance & grace
For he shall ever embrace! 

May we meditate on the Supreme Truth! 
Satyam Param Deemahi!

Happy reading!


Part 1    Part 2    Part 3    Part 4    Part 5    Part 6    Part 7   Part 8  

Part 9   Part 10   Part 11   Part 12   Part 13  Part 14  Part 15  Part 16  

Part 17   Part 18   Part 19  Part 20   Part 21  Part 22   Part 23   Part 24

What I have understood in a nutshell is as follows:

·         The inner being of both - the individual and the universe is luminescent consciousness which has the ability to become aware of it. This luminescent consciousness is called by various names but it is essentially the only existent Vastu in this world. This Vastu manifests itself as time, space and spatial forms.

·         “Aanor aniyaan mahato Mahiyaan!” this means what is in the atom is the same makes up the universe. That which is present in the atom is the Space energy and the meaning of the word Akasa is stated as Aa kashayati aakasa ha!, That which imparts light to others or make others shine is called Akasa”. This means that Space Vastu is luminescent. I am stressing the aspect of luminescent again and again for you to start perceiving God as light.

·         Pranava is the causal element which triggers this evolution process and this manifests as visual and aural forms. Pranava results in the primordial pulsation and this pulsation is triggered and sustained by a divine progression and proportion which is called Absolute time.

·         Absolute time creates Absolute Space. These 4 things – Absolute time, absolute space, Aural Pranava and Visual Pranava combine together to form spatial forms and hence this universe.

·         The Vastu as God’s particle, its characteristics, the Pranava, the pulsation, the rhythm, the progression, its proportion and the resultant energy states – all the scientific facts, theories and processes are captured and codified as a Dharma which is called as Hinduism today. The science behind this subtle energy is reflected in various art forms that includes Poetry, Classical music, dance, Sculpture and building architecture.

·         All these manifestations are harmonics of 5 and 8 differentiated by the Golden proportion / God’s ratio to reflect the various states of consciousness. This intrinsic order is called Dharma and the cyclic nature of this evolution is the Karmic code embedded in the universe. Nothing in this universe is superior to the Dharma and Karmic code.

·         The divinity manifests in us and the space within us is nothing different from the macrocosm. Consciousness which exhibits itself as a state of being because of our mental vibration can evolve to a higher plane to devolve back into the luminescent core.

·         Sanatana Dharma popularly today known as Hinduism is the repository of this supreme secret not just as a philosophy but integrated with every stage of our life. This can be understood better only if we can give due respect and attention to the language and scriptures, our spiritual tradition interwoven with arts and architecture that contains these treasures.

·         The temple culture & Idol worship that we have symbolizes the best of science known to human beings and we need to understand this and preserve this in the best possible 

I am open to constructive criticisms on any of the topics and I can be reached at the mail ID shared in the first page of this book. My only request to you is “Please share this book or parts of this book without any hesitation to your friends and family and help us dispel the ignorance about rich ancient Indian culture”.

I shall end this with some of my favorite quotes of Dr. Einstein.

“My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior spirit who reveals himself in the slight details we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble mind. That deep emotional conviction of the presence of a superior reasoning power, which is revealed in the incomprehensible universe, forms my idea of God. We still do not know one thousandth of one percent of what nature has revealed to us.”

Satyam Param Deemahi!                                                             
May we meditate on the supreme truth!                                                             


Mahamuni Mayan was the father-in-law of Demon King Ravana and is referred in both Mahabharata and Ramayana. He is attributed with building the palace for Yudhishtar in Indraprasta and also the architect for Sri Lanka which Ravana ruled. His son Nalan helped Lord Rama build the Ramasethu – the bridge between India and Sri Lanka. He is believed to have lived in the Ilamuridesam popularly known as Lemuria continent (Kumari Kandam) which spanned 4500+ kms from Sri Lanka to Antartica connecting current Australia, Africa and Americas. Check out

Understandably when this land mass was consumed by the sea their clan moved to different parts of the world including Guatemala, Egypt, and to current south Indian region. This explains as to how we find common science across India, South America and Egypt.

He has written books in both Sanskrit and Tamil and I am going to produce the list of technical works he has created and look at the contents of a specific book called Surya Siddhanta. Just the list of works and also the topics in Surya Siddhanta is amazing, highlighting the depth of science we had at that time.

Figure 48: Depiction of Kumari Kandam

The Surya Siddhanta
The most ancient treatise on Astronomy is a treatise authored by Mayan. It is called The Surya Siddhanta. Included in this treatise are the following chapter topics following:

·         The Motions of the Planets
·         The Places of the Planets                            
·         Direction, Place and Time
·         The Moon and Eclipses
·         The Sun and Eclipses
·         The Projection of Eclipses
·         Planetary Conjunctions
·         Conjunction of the Stars
·         Risings and Settings
·         The Moon’s Risings and Settings
·         Certain Malignant Aspects of the Sun and Moon
·         Cosmogony, Geography, and Dimensions of the Creation
·         The Gnomon
·         The Movement of the Heavens and Human Activity

Figure 49: Mamumi Mayan

Mayan is also attributed with the start and spread of Temple culture in India. The song below in Tamil states that since Mayan sat under the Banyan tree and taught this science of universe and also of the sacred arts, so that every town was endowed with Temples for social betterment. Because he was from the southern region and also he sat under the Banyan tree, he is also equated with Lord Dakshinamoorthy.
ஆலமா மரத்தின் கீழே  அருள் மயன் அமர்ந்ததாலே  
ஆலமா மரத்தின் கீழே அருட் கலை வளர்ந்ததாலே 
ஆலமா மரத்தின் கீழே அறிவர்கள் வளர்ந்ததாலே 
ஆலயம் ஊரும்தோறும் அமைந்தன செழிக்கநன்றே!! 

The Mayan says in his Pranava Veda verse one:
“Om Light and Om Sound are the Primal Source of all manifest forms. Om Light is aroused by its own effort in a state of disorder and appears as a flame. The state of Om Light and Om Sound in Space is a magnificent luminous six – faced Light form that is called “murukoli”. The transformation of Om Light and Om Sound through the five stages is concealed in the five fold knowledge, of which, this is the first. This process of transformation of disorderly Om Light and Om Sound into orderliness is found in all five fold material forms.”

Sage Veda Vyasa says in the Bhagavatam, “eka eva pura vedo pranavha sarva vangmayha” (9th skandha, 14th chapter, sloka 48 of Bhagavatam). This means that there was only one Veda called Pranava Veda. It is believed that Sage Vyasa created 4 vedas from this Veda since he believed that the oncoming generations would not have the mental strength to master everything.

Technical works
The following are technical works written by Mayan and represent the 12 vowels of the Tamil language:

·         Ovia Chennool                  - Treatise on Drafting and Painting
·         Sirpama Chenool              - Treatise on Iconometry
·         Kattida Chennool             - Treatise on Architecture
·         Nilamanai Chennool       - Treatise on House Building based on quality of land
·         Manainila Chennool        - Treatise on Land based on the nature of house building
·         Baniyal Chenool                - Treatise on Astro Physics
·         Perunata Chenool           - Treatise on Divine dance
·         Muligai Chenool               - Treatise on Herbs
·         Ganitama Chenool          - Treatise on Mathematics
·         Arakkala Chenool             - Treatise on Ship Building
·         Vinkala Chennool             - Treatise on Space Ship
·         Elisai Chennool                  - Treatise on Science of Music

MAYAN, in Aintiram states that:
"There exists an order in the Universe - subtle universe, and material universe. This power is attributed to the consciousness of the cosmic space as well as of the inner space of the animate beings. This consciousness, by its personal effort to express its own inner feelings, causes a kind of vibration or pulsation in the inner space, resulting in energy-grids. The vibration or pulsation, being the causal element of all these events, is called KAALA. This is actually the force of energy aroused by the inner consciousness, causing waves and contributing to the growth of living forms. This KAALA resides in all living beings. So, space is the offshoot of the vibration of the primordial energy. This is how the space was born. All forms of nature are manifest forms of subtle energy. For all to get manifested, the force is KAALAM. This wave-form frequency realm is the creative element of the universe."

There is no other treatise that we have in our possession today which is dated 10000 BC that depicts the secret of nature so explicitly and gives the unmanifested interconnections and mathematical proportions between everything in the universe.

As Dr. Ganapathi Sthapati rues “Unfortunately most of the Tamil experts don’t understand the science in these texts and hence these books are idling without anyone extracting the truths from it”. In the next few generations when we are less equipped in our own mother tongue we may lose this treasure completely just like the many we have lost so far.

Hence the first step we need to ensure is even if you are not equipped well in your mother tongue please make sure that your kids can read and write it well. This becomes our most important duty. And I find it worrisome when someone is indifferent to the fact that they can understand their mother tongue but cannot read and write.

With some significant efforts we can and we should prove that this man who said, “Indians are the most ignorant about their rich past and scientific traditions.” is not wise any more.

Happy reading!


Let us forget Hinduism, its symbols and names of god for the time being and consider these aspects as pure science from a nanotechnologist and cosmologist called Mayan.

We have been told that the universe is full of luminescent particles and this particle manifests itself because of the primordial pulsation. We have had a sneak peek into the geometry and the mathematical proportion which is used in the creation of many things. We know that the universe rhythm confirms to a mathematical code to the extent that we can create divine energies in a temple based on that science.

If time is pulsation of consciousness and if it creates, sustains and destroys everything, then time is the architect sculpting the universe and every object in this universe should be a sculpture of time and this concept is very beautifully captured in “Jagat Sarvaram Silpameva’ meaning the entire universe is nothing more than a shilpa / sculpture (and it latently conveys that Time is the Shilpi).

If all the above things are right then is it not right to say that “Man created the concept of God” or “Man can create divine energy around him”? Let me sum up my thoughts as below:

·         The sages and rishis were essentially scientists and understood the secret of nature very well. They were understandably masters in nanotechnology and cosmology.

·         They knew that “One thing” with which they could understand the nature and science of all other things in this universe. This is obviously supported by the mathematical knowledge they had.

·         As per Vedas nothing is created by god including the Vedas, but universe is the manifestation of god. They also understood that man is the most evolved of this manifestation. This is why they created all the god forms in the image of a man.

·         Be it language, poetry, classical music, classical dance, sculpture and architecture it was the manifestation of this divinity that was the underlying link. Sacred geometry and sacred proportions were used to generate the subtle energy that took us closer to divine.

Hindu temples were created to capture all these aspects in one place and which could sustain and grow for the benefit of mankind.

·         Secret of nature heard through the vibrations of Vedas were codified as supreme science and weaved into a philosophy called Sanatana Dharma.

·         Architecture of temples confirmed to divine proportions and space - time engineering was accurate to capture sunlight and moon light at the same position for thousands of years. The design of the temple cleaned the subtle energies and points of the human body.

·        Figure 46: Ganapathi Idol (Courtesy: Dr. Ganapathi Sthapati)
The sloka above in Sanskrit gives the measure of different parts of this Idol which would confirm to total 64 units (resonance of 8). Hair (3), Face(12), neck(2), Chest(11), Stomach(12), Belly &Pelvis (6), Thigh(6), Knee(3), Legs (6), Feet (3). Total 64 units. Just as much a Sloka with right metre and letters becomes a living organism, an idol with right proportions becomes a living organism.

·         Divine Idol forms confirmed to a mathematical proportion that invoked subtle energies within and around us. This is where the external forms were used to create energies internally to a human. This is the basis of idol worship. If it is scientific to create a form with divine energies based on mathematical proportion then idol worship is the supreme proof for that science.

·         This supreme mathematical law is called as Dharma (nature‘s law) and the unfolding of that law is the Karmic theory of cause and effect / law of karma.

·         Poetry, classical music and classical dance are intimately linked to this Hindu temple culture. Adi Tala and octaves were used to create subtle energies in poetry using words, and the same tala maana is used in classical music with rhythm and raga, in classical dance with light and sound and in sculpture as a visual form.

Figure 47: Human body as a representation of a temple
A Hindu temple is a divine and yogic representation of a human being with the Deity in the temple representing the God as indweller in humans and all beings. In a temple the feet represents Rajagopura, the hands represent Praakaara, the abdomen represent Mandapa, the heart represents Antaraala and the crown of the head represents the sanctum sanctorum (garbha griha). The temple is used as a reminder that our inner spiritual journey is through internal yoga to realize the indweller God. This analogy is shown through the representation of various chakras namely Moolaadhara to Sahasraara in the body to various locations in the temple.

·         It may be of interest to note that the same harmonics of 8 are reflected in every other domain. For example, if you have been practicing Pranayama then your master would have asked you to practice breathing based on some counts. The most popular counts are 6(inhale), 3 (Exhale) or 7(inhale), 2 (Exhale). If you notice this count 9, this cleans up your gross body. Advanced Pranayam students may be asked to stick to 1 (Inhale), 4 (Retain), 2(Exhale), 2(Retain outside) or as a variation 1,4,2,1 or 1,3,2,2. The counts which add up to 8 clean the subtle body.

·         Till few decades back the fundamental dimension for money in India was “Ana” called as Eight Anas (எட்டணா) and this was equivalent to Rs. 0.5 as the fundamental measure.

·         Thus a “Poetry is an idol in aural form and a building is a frozen music”.  A Poet by the way of his mental frequency has first become the poem itself and then the actual poem was created in its aural form and an artist by the same frequency has become the idol first and then he gave a shape to the idol externally through this hands. This is very beautifully given as “Raso vai saha, So Vai rasikaha”, which means he (god) is the enjoyer and he is the artist.

·         All of this reflects the supreme philosophy that “Oneness in all and everything is just a manifestation of that one thing”.

·         Now in this light understand the meaning of this Upanishad prayer, “Aum Poornamadah Poornamidam Poornaath Poornam Udachyathe, Poornasya Poornamaadaaya
Poornameva Vasishyathe”. This means God is perfect (infinite). This Universe is also perfect (infinite). If perfection (infinity) is taken from anything perfect (infinite) what remains is still perfect (infinite). Isn’t this is the actual reality today?

·         Everything scientific is philosophically, mythological and ritually well interwoven that proves that Sanatana Dharma is the most ancient and supreme representation of science and nature’s secret in our possession. Our temple worship which integrates all this science, 5 sacred arts with language and Math is the standing example of our understanding of the nature of god.
It is the same Sugarcane but an elephant eats it from the field directly, a young adult peels the skin off and chews it, if a kid has to eat then someone has to peel the skin and cut it into pieces and an old man without teeth needs it to be made as sugarcane juice. Depending on one’s ability to chew and digest the food has to be processed.

Same way depending on one’s mental ability to grasp the supreme truth it has to be processed and presented. If someone is mentally well evolved then they can be fed with Upanishads and he can meditate on the formless Brahman. To a young adult Upanishads may not be palatable directly but they may have to start with Upavedas and Vedangas to mature to a higher level. For the less evolved kids, Itihasa and Purana like Ramayana and Mahabharata with stories may drive home the point and they can start with Shlokas and mantras. But for the least evolved it has to start with a personal deity with name and form, bhajans and songs to invoke the concept of Bhakthi.

In all the four cases temple culture forms the lowest common denominator. Even the most evolved relish the arts and architecture in the temples. We should be proud of our rich cultural and scientific heritage and be passionate about the science and philosophy and be rational about rituals and symbolisms.

Image / Idol worship is not deplorable or despicable. This is the highest scientific form of worship which enables us to see face to face the one which is beyond reach of sight and speech. This kindles devotion, community development and helps one to climb the steep walls of spirituality in the initial stages. Every religion in this world has some image or idol as symbolism to achieve this objective.

An idol is a god in form when made with the science of divine proportion and seasoned material is the highest product of our intelligence till today.

It should however be noted that this idol worship should not be lost in the din of rituals which does not reflect the very philosophy it had come to symbolize. So the advice I follow is “Be passionate about our culture but be rational about the rituals.

The advancement of science can progress rapidly when the western scientists who are objective and empirical, partner with the pundits in India and learn the science of the subtle from our scriptures and temples. For this to happen we need to learn our own scriptures and past which is not possible without learning our mother tongue and Sanskrit. Else in the near future we may have to import knowledge of our culture and rich past from the western world.

As a wise man said, “Indians are the most ignorant about their rich past and scientific traditions.”

Happy reading!

Thursday, January 26, 2012


Let’s stay with Lord Ranganatha and see the relationship between him and Lord Nataraja. Would you be surprised if one is the mirror image of the other? Look at the majestic picture of Lord Nataraja below. Wonder why this is always made in metal and not in wood or earth?

Figure 6 reproduced.

In Pancha bhoota (Space, Air, Fire, Water, Earth) Metal is always associated with Space and Wood is associated with Air. This system is reflected well in the Chinese system and it was not any different in our Vaastu system either. Since Lord Nataraja signifies Akasha tatva, (Vin porul) he is always made in metal – Copper or Gold or Bronze or a mix of it. The statues which were ancient had a generous amount of gold giving a luminescent look about the statues. The art and science of moulding metals to create divine forms with precise proportion dates back to thousands of years in India and the western experts think that this is a recent phenomenon. This is a complete surprise to the western world since they cannot believe that such sophistication existed before.

Dr. Ganapathi states, “Lord Nataraja also signifies the primal image being expressive of the secret of creation in the process of which formless becomes instantaneously endowed with features and of perfect form. This is the reason why the statue of Lord Nataraja is called as Silpa, the primal image and everything else which is sculpted in this universe is called as Pratima (replica) and the original and one and only sculpture is the image of Lord Nataraja”.

Mamuni Mayan states, “Bhumih pradhana vastu Syat”, means Earth by virtue of being the very basic support of all things, this is the primal and dominant Vastu”. Earth and space are manifestations of each other in the cyclical process of evolution. They both should always be considered to be in unison. This vibrant, energetic, manifest earth energy (Prithvi Tatva) is called as ‘Vishnu”.

In Vaastu satra, the Vaastu purusha is Lord Vishnu and understandably Vishnu is invoked as Vaastu purusha in Srirangam temple and offered a seat in the heart of Lord Ranganatha even today as a ritual.

Figure 44: Lord Ranganatha in the reclining pose

Lord Ranganatha represents manifest earth energy (Man porul) and hence is always made out of seasoned earth only and it should be properly painted too. He is never to be made of metal. This earth form does not support frequent mobility and symbolizes stability and immobility. This is the reason when Vibhishana kept the idol of Lord Ranganatha down at Sri Rangam it could not be moved.

The energy that is in available in every universal form is represented as Vishnu and hence he is called as Antaryami. Once the subtle becomes grosser the vibration is reduced and the grossest form would not have any creative pulsation in it. It would still have the vibration based on its nature which ensures that it retains the form and shape. But it does not have any creative pulsation and it has reached the zenith of evolution. This zenith is characterized by Lord Ranganatha in the reclining pose.

The creative pulsation (Space) is the dance and the zenith of manifestation is a reclining posture (Earth).

As we have seen, Lord Nataraja carries Light in his left hand and sound in his right hand. Lord Ranganatha carries Chakra representing light in the right hand and Conch representing sound in the left hand. The principle that the primal substance (space) has manifested as the universe (earth) and both of them are mirror images of each other is reflected in both the images.

In Chinese texts the Yang energy is associated with Heaven and the Yin as earth. Now associate the same heaven with Shiva, Earth with Vishnu and Tao with the God’s particle - with some of the text below from Lao Tzu’s “Tao te Ching”

“The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao.
The name that can be named is not the eternal name.
The nameless is the beginning of heaven and Earth.
The named is the mother of the ten thousand things.

Something mysteriously formed, Born before heaven and Earth.
In the silence and the void, Standing alone and unchanging,
Ever present and in motion, Perhaps it is the mother of ten thousand things.
I do not know its name. Call it Tao.

Man follows Earth. Earth follows heaven. Heaven follows the Tao.
Tao follows what is natural.”

To sum up in the words of Dr. Ganapathi Sthapati:

·         Both the temples Chidambaram and Srirangam are south facing temples.

·     Lord Nataraja signifies Akasha Tatva, outer space, macrocosm, subtle unmanifested energy is the Vastu purusha, is always in dancing pose, circumscribed in 8x8 square and made of metal.

·       Lord Ranganatha signifies Prithvi Tatva, inner space, microcosm, manifest gross energy, is the Vaastu purusha is always in reclining pose, depicted in a circle or a 9x9 grid and made of earth.

·    Lord Nataraja represents energy with matter and Lord Ranganatha matter with energy. In the equation E = mc2, Lord Nataraja represents E and Lord Ranganatha represents mc2.

·       Both these temples are a ‘must see” and a “periodic see” types and you would be amazed that the qualitative change in your mental state even if you don’t pray inside the temple but spend some time sitting or walking around the premises.

·         Both these temples are perfect symbols of ancient science codified for the benefit of the society and left for generations withstanding the test of time.
Chidambaram and Sri Rangam should be ground zero for any lab that wants looks into the secrets of space and time as they represent supreme science as much as they represent spirituality. We now see that science was the basis of our spiritual faith unlike it being 2 completely different aspects today across the world.

As a wise man said, “Indians are the most ignorant about their rich past and scientific traditions.”

May we be blessed by the divine power to unravel unknown secrets about the nature!

Happy reading!