India and Vedic Science: Indian scientist Bhaskaracharya II who discovered Gravity

India and Vedic Science: Indian scientist Bhaskaracharya II who discovered Gravity

Bhaskaracharya received the knowledge of astrology, astronomy and mathematics from his sage father. Clearly, this knowledge was coming from before him.

Surely what we have today is half incomplete knowledge, but it is also certain that we would not have got these ruins without a huge building.

Efforts are being made to bury them by dropping them for centuries, but still, the glorious history is among us.

Today when it comes to equality in education across the world. A thousand years ago, on the land of India, a daughter asks her father the question, by what power are these planets hanging in space? Why don’t they fall?

A thousand years ago, the question that the planets are hanging in space, this world may seem astonishing. It is more important for a daughter to ask her father, that is, a wonderful tradition of Beti Padhao, a thousand years ago.

After this, the answer of the father is of more importance. The answer he gave was known to the world 600 years after this event as the law of gravitation, also by the name of Newton.

This is not a story but a dialogue between Bhaskaracharya II and his daughter Lilavati. Even today his verses and literature are safe. Many mathematicians of the present era also kept this work of his in their research papers.

How thousands of years ago, there was a discussion on the principle of gravity in India that today the story is being presented to you.

Certainly, this tradition existed even before Bhaskaracharya. Before him, Bhaskara or Bhaskaracharya I, who was born in 600 AD, wrote a language commentary on the principles of Aryabhata.

Bhaskaracharya II, which happened around 1100, got more prestige because he also included many other types of research in his work with time.

He had written many formulas of present mathematics in his treatise Siddhanta Shiromani a thousand years ago.

Our knowledge-science which was very rich

It is believed that spirituality was at its peak in India, but apart from the Vedas, many ancient texts confirm that our science was also prosperous.

Just as the lifestyle and food habits change in different geographical locations, in the same way the education system of each region is also different.

Efforts to preserve the ancient education system and ancient literature are necessary to restore the Indian education system. India is unquestionably the father of mathematics in the whole world.

With the changing times, our mathematics has been limited to time calculation and astrology, but this is a very limited form of it.

To understand in detail today we are talking about Bhaskaracharya II. Whom we address as Rishi Muni, in fact, he was a well-versed scientist in his own subjects.

Our method of teaching was also so excellent that till today the fragments of that glorious history have survived.

We used to memorize the most difficult sutras in a rhyming or rhyming way. Many secrets are hidden in such formulas, in which a big secret is the law of gravity.

The work of Bhaskaracharya Ji which we get now has been preserved by the later researchers in the name of “Siddhantshiromani”.

This is a huge text made up of four parts. These are the four parts.

  • (1) Lilavati
  • (2) Algebra
  • (3) Goladhyay and
  • (4) Grahaganitadhyay

Lilavati and Algegat are independent texts and the last two are still known as Siddhanta Shiromani.

Bhaskaracharya has written in the third part Goladhyay-

  • “Maruchlo bhurchalasvabhavatoyto,
  • Weird item power:
  • Aakrishtishaktishchmahyyt,
  • Khastham, guruswabhimukham, self-shaktya.
  • Aakrishtetattpativabhati,
  • Somehow. Bhuvankosh-Goladhyay, Siddhantshiromani

Earth has the power of attraction. This force of attraction (gravity) attracts heavy objects to themselves in a balanced way, and because of this, they fall on the ground, when the same force is applied in the sky, how does one fall?

India’s heritage and science

This is just one example. Many such formulas and theorems are written in these academic books. For the past several years, Indian history has been continuously manipulated.

India was always a symbol of prosperity for other countries of the world. This is the reason why there were frequent attacks on India. Prosperity is not possible without science.

Mathematics is the core of science, which is why Indian scientists had kept astronomical calculations precisely thousands of years ago.

The present astrology is the remaining part of it, but it can also be estimated from how sophisticated the methods of calculation were in India regarding the planets.

Bhaskaracharya was born in 1114 AD in a village in South India. The Malabar part of Kerala had a great tradition of mathematics on which many English scholars have also worked and written their books.

Bhaskaracharya had received the knowledge of astrology, astronomy and mathematics from his wise father. Clearly, this knowledge was coming from before him.

Surely what we have today is half incomplete knowledge, but it is also certain that we would not have got these ruins without a huge building.

Efforts are being made to drop them and bury them for centuries, but still, the fragments of the glorious history are among us.

In the books of Bhaskaracharya, we also get information about interesting methods of teaching of that time. In Bhaskaracharya’s book ‘Siddhantshiromani’, the most famous and famous part is Lilavati.

Lilavati is also believed to be the daughter of Bhaskaracharya, some people believe that it can also be a fictitious name. Well, whatever it is, these texts were certainly written based on the guru-shishya question-answer tradition of the Upanishads.

Here are Lilavati’s questions and later interesting examples are also found of the questions that were given to her to solve or to solve.

The question present in Lilavati is an example of how our traditional epics were kept for questioning.

Partha KarnavdhayMargāānāmKrdhrneSanddhe
TasyardhenMandatory TachcharaganMoolaishtubhihyayan|

Shalyamshadbhiratheshubhistribhirapicchhatramandhwajamkarmukam
Chichhedasya shir sharenkati teyanarjunahsanddhe ॥ 76

Drisht-Bhagmulon, Verse-4

Meaning- Arjuna filled with anger took a bunch of arrows to kill Karna in the battle. Half of them killed Karna with arrows. Killed the horses with the Chaturganit root of that arrow.

Made the charioteer Shalya the guest of Yamraj with six arrows. With three arrows broke the umbrella, flag and bow. He cut off Karna’s head with an arrow behind him. So say how many arrows did Arjun take in the battle?

These examples are given to explain the types of questions. The formulas to solve such questions are also given in these books.

I know some mathematicians of the present day who are still interested in this ancient literature but still we do not find mention of them in modern research papers.

Western education system runs on paperwork. That’s why the one who kept the paper first became the master.

This is the same that today America or any other country should patent Yoga, Tulsi or Turmeric in its own name.

In the end the purpose of presenting this history to you. In fact, as I said in the beginning, the way we study and teach should be in line with our culture.

We are incomplete foreigners and in this affair have remained incompletely indigenous. We will never be foreigners because our culture is driven by our geographical location and the traditions that stem from it.

Along with the restoration of this glorious literature of ours, we have to restore that education system as well. Connecting the scattered fragments of history is a step towards it.

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Nishant Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Nishant Chandravanshi is Youtuber, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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