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Pingala (Devanagari: पिङ्गल) is the author of Chandaḥśāstra (Chandaḥsūtra), the earliest known Sanskrit treatise on prosody.
Very less historical knowledge is available about Pingala, though his works are retained till date.
He is identified either as the younger brother of Pāṇini (4th century BCE), or of Patañjali, the author of the Mahabhashya (2nd century BCE).
Pingala Mathematician
His work, Chandaḥśāstra means science of meters, is a treatise on music and can be dated back to 2nd century BCE.
Main commentaries on ‘Chandaḥśāstra‘ are ‘Vrittaratnakara‘ by Kedara in 8th century AD, ‘Tatparyatika‘ by Trivikrama in 12th century AD and ‘Mritasanjivani‘ by Halayudha in 13th century AD. The complete significance of Pingala’s work can be understood by the explanations found in these three commentaries.

Pingala (in Chandaḥśāstra 8.23) has assigned the following combinations of zero and one to represent various numbers, much in the same way as the present day computer programming procedures.

0 0 0 0 numerical value = 1
1 0 0 0 numerical value = 2
0 1 0 0 numerical value = 3
1 1 0 0 numerical value = 4
0 0 1 0 numerical value = 5
1 0 1 0 numerical value = 6
0 1 1 0 numerical value = 7
1 1 1 0 numerical value = 8
0 0 0 1 numerical value = 9
1 0 0 1 numerical value = 10
0 1 0 1 numerical value = 11
1 1 0 1 numerical value = 12
0 0 1 1 numerical value = 13
1 0 1 1 numerical value = 14
0 1 1 1 numerical value = 15
1 1 1 1 numerical value = 16

Other numbers have also been assigned zero and one combinations likewise.
Pingala’s system of binary numbers starts with number one (and not zero). The numerical value is obtained by adding one to the sum of place values. In this system, the place value increases to the right, as against the modern notation in which it increases towards the left.

The procedure of Pingala system is as follows:

Divide the number by 2. If divisible write 1, otherwise write 0.
If first division yields 1 as remainder, add 1 and divide again by 2. If fully divisible, write 1, otherwise write 0 to the right of first 1.
If first division yields 0 as remainder that is, it is fully divisible, add 1 to the remaining number and divide by 2. If divisible, write 1, otherwise write 0 to the right of first 0.
This procedure is continued until 0 as final remainder is obtained.
Example to understand Pingala System of Binary Numbers :

Find Binary equivalent of 122 in Pingala System :

Divide 122 by 2. Divisible, so write 1 and remainder is 61. 1
Divide 61 by 2. Not Divisible and remainder is 30. So write 0 right to 1. 10
Add 1 to 61 and divide by 2 = 31.
Divide 31 by 2. Not Divisible and remainder is 16. So write 0 to the right. 100
Divide 16 by 2. Divisible and remainder is 8. So write 1 to right. 1001
Divide 8 by 2. Divisible and remainder is 4. So write 1 to right. 10011
Divide 4 by 2. Divisible and remainder is 2. So write 1 to right. 100111
Divide 2 by 2. Divisible. So place 1 to right. 1001111
Now we have 122 equivalent to 1001111.

Verify this by place value system : 1×1 + 0×2 + 0×4 + 1×8 + 1×16 + 1×32 + 1×64 = 64+32+16+8+1 = 121
By adding 1(which we added while dividing 61) to 121 = 122, which is our desired number.
In Pingala system, 122 can be written as 1001111.

Though this system is not exact equivalent of today’s binary system used, it is very much similar with its place value system having 20, 20, 21, 22, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 etc used to multiple binary numbers sequence and obtain equivalent decimal number.

Reference : Chandaḥśāstra (8.24-25) describes above method of obtaining binary equivalent of any decimal number in detail.
These were used 1600 years before westeners invented binary system.

Oracle SQL Codes


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select <column_name> from <table_name> where <condition >

insert into <table_name> (<column_name1>,<column_name2>,<column_name3>, . . . ) values (<value1>,<value2>,<value3>,. . .)

create table <table_name>
(column_1    column_dataType,
 column_2    column_dataType,
 column_n    column_dataType

alter table <table name>
add <column_name> <column_dataType>;

ALTER TABLE table_name
ADD (column_1    column_dataType,
     column_2    column_dataType,
     column_n    column_dataType);

alter table <table name>
drop column <column_name>;

ALTER TABLE <table_name>
 MODIFY <column_name> <column_dataType>;

ALTER TABLE table_name
MODIFY (column_1    column_type,
     column_2    column_type,
     column_n    column_type );

ALTER TABLE <table_name>
 RENAME COLUMN <old_name> to <new_name>;

ALTER TABLE <table_name>
 RENAME TO <new_table_name>;

ALTER TABLE <table_name>
ALTER COLUMN <column_name> <column_type>;

UPDATE table_name
SET column1=value, column2=value2,…
WHERE some_column=some_value.

rename <old table name > to <new table name>

truncate table < table name>

delete from < table name>

According to Hinduism:-


According to Hindu mythology, Kalki or thetenth ‘Avatar’ of Vishnu, is the last of his forms. After this Lord Shiva will bring about destruction in the form of floods, earthquakes, huge waves in the oceans and disintegration of mountains.
In Hindu eschatology, time is cyclic and consists of kalpas. Each lasts 4.1 – 8.2 billion years, which is a period of one full day and night for Brahma, who will be alive for 311 trillion, 40 billion years. Within a kalpa there are periods of creation, preservation and decline. After this larger cycle, all of creation will contract to a singularity and then again will expand from that single point, as the ages continue in a religious fractal pattern.

Within the current kalpa, there are four epochs that encompass the cycle. They progress from a beginning of complete purity to a descent into total corruption. The last of the four ages is Kali Yuga, our current time, during which will be characterized by impiety, violence and decay.

In Hinduism, the universe was created during the ‘Satya Yuga’ and will be destroyed in the ‘Kali Yug’. There are four yugas or eras in all. The Sat Yuga, the Treta Yug, the Dwapar Yug and the Kali Yug. And the cycle is repeated again.
The Sat Yuga lasts for a period of 1,728,000 years, followed by Treta, which lasts for 1,296,000n years. Then comes Dwapar Yug which lasts for 864,000 and finally Kali yug for 432,000 years. Kali yug began in 3102 B.C. People who are staunch supporters of the Scientific Theory and who feel that 2012 is going to be the end of the world. They quote the ‘Puranas’ or ancient chronicles, saying that Lord Krishnahad predicted the end of the Kali yug after 5000 years. This coincides with 2012, although traditional scriptures stick to 432,000 years. But the belief that Kali Yug will end with total annihilation is accepted by all.
The four pillars of dharma will be reduced to one, with charity being all that remains. As written in the Gita: –

“Yadaa Yadaa hi Dharmasya Glaanir bhavati Bhaarata
Abhyuthaanam Adharmasya Tadaatmaanam Srjaamy Aham”

——“Whenever there is decay of righteousness O! Bharatha
And a rise of unrighteousness then I manifest Myself”

At this time of chaos, the final avatar, Kalki, will appear on a white horse. The eight Adityas, or solar deities, will shine together in the sky. Kalki will amass an army to “establish righteousness upon the earth” and leave “the minds of the people as pure as crystal.”

At the completion of Kali Yuga, the next cycle will begin with a new Satya Yuga, in which all will once again be righteous with the reestablishment of dharma. This, in turn, will be followed by epochs of Treta Yuga, Dwapara Yuga and again another Kali Yuga. This cycle will then repeat till the larger cycle of existence under Brahma returns to the singularity, and a new universe is born.

The signs are Mahapralaya:- 

1. There will be a rain of fire. Following this a strange thing will happen. 20 feet tall humans will appear and claim to be Kalki.
2. A huge comet will be born in the south; several people will die due to this.
3. Mammary glands will be born to the males of Cow, Goat, etc. and people will get milk from them.
4. Tigers will disappear completely from the forests.
5. The Sun will appear like a green colored human being.
6. Moon will be seen on a new moon day.
7. Wealth will arrive from other countries to India and India will be very rich and powerful.
8. Stones will break and fly about like crows and eagles; Stone horses and chariots will start to run.
9. Blood and pus will flow out from stones.
10. It will rain blood.

According to Christianity:-

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British Indian Muslims have asked the UK government not to issue Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi a visa to the UK and have objected to MPs of the Conservative and Labour Parties inviting him to Britain.

Such a step, they said, would “encourage extremism in India and will set a dangerous precedent in British politics”.

“We are not unaware of a powerful BJP lobby, supported by Barry Gardiner, the Labour MP from Brent North, doing PR work for Modi in (the) UK,” the letter to the government said, slamming the MPs and describing their invite as a “wrong message that might is right and economic interests come before principles”.

The Muslim community members also quoted from the leaked report the British high commission had prepared during the 2002 riots and stated in it that the anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat “had all the hallmarks of ethnic cleansing and that reconciliation between Hindus and Muslims is impossible while the chief minister remains in power”.

The report had also described the riots not as a spontaneous reaction as claimed by the Modi administration but were “planned possibly months in advance”.

The letter also refers to incidents of communal clashes in Bihar and Utter Pradesh after Modi’s elevation as chairman of the BJP’s campaign committee for the next parliamentary polls.

The letter has been signed by Munaf Zeema, chairman of the Council of Indian Muslims (UK).

Gujarat BJP leader Jaynarayan Vyas refused to comment on the matter.

Close to 1,200 people, mostly Muslims, had died in the 2002 Gujarat riots. Modi has been chief minister since 2001.

Sample C++ Programs

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  • average.C
  • mult.C (multiplication using addition)
  • fastmult.C (better algorithm for multiplication)
  • more.C (count number of characters and lines in a file)
  • merge.C (merge sort)
  • grade.C
  • grade2.C
  • gcd.C (Euclid’s algorithm)
  • fib.C (Fibonacci numbers)
  • fact.C (factorial)
  • exp.C (exponentiation using multiplication)
  • commute.C (weird behavior from C++ compiler)
  • cin.C (more weird C++)
  • temp.C (convert temperatures)
  • sqrt.C (compute square roots using Newton’s method)
  • sphere.C (compute distance between cities)
  • prime.C (check if a number is prime)
  • prime2.C (faster but probabilistic way)
  • prime3.C (avoid stupid C++ behavior in case of overflow)
  • pp.C (understanding call-by-value and call-by-reference)
  • pp2.C (evaluating expressions with side-effects)
  • ref.C (example of pass-by-reference)
  • oddeven.C (lots of functions)
  • void.C (converting value-returning functions to void functions)
  • side.C (bad style, side-effects, value-returning)
  • sc.C (understanding scope)
  • life.C (understanding life time and scope)
  • object.C (understanding the concept of objects)

Independence Day Speech

The exact speech that was delivered by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is as follows:

“Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance. It is fitting that at this solemn moment we take the pledge of dedication to the service of India and her people and to the still larger cause of humanity.

At the dawn of history India started on her unending quest, and trackless centuries are filled with her striving and the grandeur of her success and her failures. Through good and ill fortune alike she has never lost sight of that quest or forgotten the ideals which gave her strength. We end today a period of ill fortune and India discovers herself again. The achievement we celebrate today is but a step, an opening of opportunity, to the greater triumphs and achievements that await us. Are we brave enough and wise enough to grasp this opportunity and accept the challenge of the future?

Freedom and power bring responsibility. The responsibility rests upon this Assembly, a sovereign body representing the sovereign people of India. Before the birth of freedom we have endured all the pains of labour and our hearts are heavy with the memory of this sorrow. Some of those pains continue even now. Nevertheless, the past is over and it is the future that beckons to us now.

That future is not one of ease or resting but of incessant striving so that we may fulfil the pledges we have so often taken and the one we shall take today. The service of India means the service of the millions who suffer. It means the ending of poverty and ignorance and disease and inequality of opportunity. The ambition of the greatest man of our generation has been to wipe every tear from every eye. That may be beyond us, but as long as there are tears and suffering, so long our work will not be over.

And so we have to labour and to work, and work hard, to give reality to our dreams. Those dreams are for India, but they are also for the world, for all the nations and peoples are too closely knit together today for any one of them to imagine that it can live apart Peace has been said to be indivisible; so is freedom, so is prosperity now, and so also is disaster in this One World that can no longer be split into isolated fragments.

To the people of India, whose representatives we are, we make an appeal to join us with faith and confidence in this great adventure. This is no time for petty and destructive criticism, no time for ill-will or blaming others.

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Design Patterns in Java

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Design patterns represent the best practices used by experienced object-oriented software developers. Design patterns are solutions to general problems that software developers faced during software development. These solutions were obtained by trial and error by numerous software developers over quite a substantial period of time.

Design Pattern Overview

Design patterns represent the best practices used by experienced object-oriented software developers. Design patterns are solutions to general problems that software developers faced during software development. These solutions were obtained by trial and error by numerous software developers over quite a substantial period of time.

What is Gang of Four (GOF)?

In 1994, four authors Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson und John Vlissides published a book titled Design Patterns – Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software which initiated the concept of Design Pattern in Software development.

These authors are collectively known as Gang of Four (GOF). According to these authors design patterns are primarily based on the following principles of object orientated design.

  • Program to an interface not an implementation
  • Favor object composition over inheritance

Usage of Design Pattern

Design Patterns have two main usages in software development.

Common platform for developers

Design patterns provide a standard terminology and are specific to particular scenario. For example, a singleton design pattern signifies use of single object so all developers familiar with single design pattern will make use of single object and they can tell each other that program is following a singleton pattern.

Best Practices

Design patterns have been evolved over a long period of time and they provide best solutions to certain problems faced during software development. Learning these patterns helps un-experienced developers to learn software design in an easy and faster way.

Types of Design Pattern

As per the design pattern reference book Design Patterns – Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software , there are 23 design patterns. These patterns can be classified in three categories: Creational, Structural and behavioral patterns. We’ll also discuss another category of design patterns: J2EE design patterns.


Pattern & Description

1 Creational Patterns                             
These design patterns provides way to create objects while hiding the creation logic, rather than instantiating objects directly using new opreator. This gives program more flexibility in deciding which objects need to be created for a given use case.
2 Structural Patterns
These design patterns concern class and object composition. Concept of inheritance is used to compose interfaces and define ways to compose objects to obtain new functionalities.
3 Behavioral Patterns
These design patterns are specifically concerned with communication between objects.
4 J2EE Patterns
These design patterns are specifically concerned with the presentation tier. These patterns are identified by Sun Java Center.

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Vaastu shastra, an ancient art and science of Indian architecture, explains the practices of constructing buildings which ensures a harmony between man and the five elements and thereby bring all round peace, health, wealth and prosperity. Vaastu Shastra is a Sanskrit name, where ‘vaastu’ means nature, surrounding or environment, and ‘shastra’ means science. Vaastu Shastra evolved during Vedic times in India. Excerpted from the Stapatya Veda, a part of the Atharva Veda. It is believed that Mayan, the great architect of ancient India, was the author of Vaastu Shastra.

Vastu study acquires a complete command over the knowledge of directions. As per Vaasthu shashtra rules, the point at which two different directions meet, it is more powerful, as it combines the forces coming from two distinctive directions. Vastu shashtra is the scientific study of directions that takes into consideration that everything in the universe is constructed by the five elements called Panchamabhoota (earth, water, fire, air and space) and that gravitational and magnetic effects and rotational influences of planets and other celestial bodies with cosmic rays, affects us and controls the way we live.

Vaastu as the actual physical manifestation of the dwelling is categorized into four

Bhoomi – the dwelling place or the main structural ground
Prasada – the structures on the earth
Yaana – movable objects like vehicles, etc.
Sayana – furniture

These categories suggests that the principles of Vaastu Shastra extend from property selection, planning and orientation to zonal segmentation and disposition of rooms, proportional relationships between the various parts of buildings and the character of buildings. Vaastu considered as a science forms the basis of each construction and experts who deal with it recommend that it has to be followed from the initial level of choosing a plot, construction of the house, interior decoration to the final stage of relocating to the house.

The principles of Vaastu are derived from Vaastu Purush Mandala; a man lying with his head-pointing North-East, in a grid of 64 squares dedicated to different Gods. Vaastu Purusha is present in each and every plot whether it is big or small. He has a fixed and peculiar body.

According to Vaastu Shastra, after we have a selected a plot/ house we have to consider its Vaastu Purusha Mandala. Vaastu Purusha Mandala is the basic model on which the house is based. ‘Vaastu’ means environment, ‘Purush’ means energy, ‘Mandala’ means the astrological chart which relates the layout to the orientation. Just like the earth with its magnetic field is centered to its core, the plot should have everything epic centered to it, in the concept of Vaastu Purush Mandala. We should consider the plot and all the items in it having a mystic power, like the earth, items within the earth and its planets.

Today, Vaastu Shastra is looked upon as a highly evolved, building philosophy in which directions and shapes are the most vital aspects of designing. The four directions of the plot are decided, based on the epic centre of the plot.


Buddha was walking into the city market one day and near the city entrance an old bitter man was sitting on a box glaring at Buddha, who carried a bright smile on his face. At the sight of him this old man started cursing Buddha up and down, left right and center, telling him how pretentious he was, how much better he thought he was and how he did nothing worthy of the air he breathed in this world. But Buddha simply smiled and kept on walking to the market to get what he needed.

The Next day Buddha returned to the market and once again that old man was there, this time his cursing intensified, screaming and yelling at Buddha as he walked by, cursing his mother, cursing his father and everyone else in his life.

This went on for the rest of the week and finally as the Buddha was leaving the market the man came up to him, as his curiosity had simply gotten the best of him.

“Buddha, every day you come here smiling and every day I curse your name, I curse your family and everything you believe in” the old man says ” but every day you enter this city with a smile knowing that I await you with my harsh tongue, and everyday you leave through the same entrance with that same smile. I know by speaking to you now that you are not deaf, why do you keep on smiling while I do nothing but scream the worst things I can think of to your face?”

Buddha, with the same smile still on his face looks at the old man and asks “If I were to bring you a gift tomorrow morning all wrapped up in a beautiful box would you accept it?” to which the old man replies “Absolutely not, I would take nothing from the likes of you!”. “Ah ha” the Buddha replies “Well if I were to offer you this gift and you were to refuse then who would this gift belong to?”. “It would still belong to you of course” answers the old man. “And so the same goes with your anger, when I choose not to accept your gift of anger , does it not then remain your own?”


বৈদিক ভ্রুনবিদ্যা(Embryology)

চিকিত্‍সাবিজ্ঞান অধ্যায়নরত প্রতিটি ব্যক্তি যখন ভ্রুনবিদ্যা অর্থাত্‍ মাতৃজঠরে একটি বিন্দুসম কোষ থেকে কি করে একটি পূর্ন মানবসন্তান অস্তিত্ববান হয় তার বর্ননা পড়েন তখন নিশ্চিতভাবেই তিনি পুনঃপুনঃ বিস্মিত হন; কি অপূর্ব,কি নিঁখুত এক আশ্চর্য প্রনালী যার বিবরন পিয়ানো হাতে মায়েস্ত্রোর মত দিয়ে গেছেন মানব উত্‍কর্ষের শ্রেষ্ঠ নিদর্শন বিজ্ঞানীগন।আর আধুনিক গবেষনামূলক বিজ্ঞানের এই ছোঁয়া যদি পাওয়া যায় হাজারো বছর প্রাচীন ঋষিদের লিখিত বৈদিক উপনিষদে তাহলে সেই বিস্ময় তো দিগন্ত ছাড়াতে বাধ্য।

ঠিক এভাবেই বিস্মিত হতে হয় মহর্ষি মহিদাস এর লিখিত ঋগ্বেদীয় ঐতরেয় উপনিষদ পড়তে গেলে।মানুষ সৃষ্টির কথা সংক্ষেপে বলতে গিয়ে তিনি অসাধারন দক্ষতায় ফুটিয়ে তুলেছেন জড়ায়ুতে একটি ভ্রুনের বিবর্তন প্রক্রিয়া,এর লিঙ্গ নির্ধারনের নিয়ামক।

কিছুকাল আগেও অনগ্রসর সমাজে পুত্র বা কন্যাসন্তান জন্মের বিবাদে নারীদেরকেই দায়ী করা হত,আর এতে করে পারিবারিক কলহ থেকে শুরু করে নারী নির্যাতনসহ ঘটে যেত নানা অনাচার যতদিন পর্যন্ত না আধুনিক বিজ্ঞান আবিস্কার করল যে পুরুষ শুক্রানুর X ক্রোমোসোমের উপস্থিতি বা অনুপস্থিতিই সন্তানের লিঙ্গ নির্ধারক,নারীর এতে কোন ভূমিকা নেই।

ঐতরেয় উপনিষদ এর দ্বিতীয় অধ্যয়ের প্রথম মন্ত্রে ঋষি মহিদাস বলেছেন,
“পুরুষে হ বা অয়মাদিতো গর্ভো ভবাতি।”
অর্থাত্‍ নিশ্চয়ই এই শিশু(প্রকৃতি) প্রথমেই পুরুষ বীর্যে ভবাতি বা স্থাপিত হয়।
অর্থাত্‍ মন্ত্রটি স্পষ্টত ব্যখ্যা করছে শুক্রানুর মাধ্যমেই সন্তানের প্রকৃতি অর্থাত্‍ তা ছেলে হবে না মেয়ে হবে তা নির্ধারিত হয়।

এখন নজর দেয়া যাক ভ্রুনের বৃদ্ধি প্রক্রিয়ার দিকে।আধুনিক বিজ্ঞান বলছে জাইগোট তৈরীর ৩২ দিনের মাথায় ভ্রুনে মাথা এবং মুখের সমন্বিতরুপ Stomodium দেখা যায়।পঞ্চম সপ্তাহে অলফ্যক্টরি প্ল্যকোড অর্থাত্‍ ঘ্রানসম্পর্কিত ইন্দ্রিয় এর উত্‍পন্ন হয়।এরইমধ্যে মুখের মধ্যে পেলেট,টাঙ,ভোকাল কর্ড তৈরী হয়।
আধুনিক ভ্রুনবিদ্যা অনুসারে এই সময়ে ১২মি.মি. দীর্ঘ ভ্রুনে মুখ,নাসারন্ধ্র দেখা গেলেও কোন চোখের উত্‍পত্তি হয়না।ভ্রুন বৃদ্ধি পেয়ে ১৪ মি.মি. হলে তাতে চোখ দেখা যায় তবে কান এর উত্‍পত্তি হয় আরো পরে।
এইসব ই হয় দ্বিতীয় মাসের মধ্যে।৮-৯ সপ্তাহে Integumentary system অর্থাত্‍ ত্বকীয় তন্ত্রের এপিডার্মিস এর উত্‍পত্তি শুরু হয়।আবার ১৯৭২ সালের ডিসেম্বর মাসে ইংল্যন্ডের গ্লাসগোতে অবস্থিত কুইনস মাদার হসপিটালের ডা.রবিনসন ডায়াসোনার এপারেটাস এর সাহায্যে প্রমান করেন যে উপরোক্ত বর্ননাসমূহের অব্যবহিত পরেই দ্বিতীয় মাসের শেষে জড়ায়ুস্থ সন্তানের হৃদপিন্ডের সঞ্চালন শুরু হয়।

তাহলে আধুনিক বিজ্ঞানের বর্ননা অনুযায়ী ক্রমটা দাড়াচ্ছে এরকম-
মুখ>ভোকাল কর্ড>নাক>চোখ>কান> ত্বক>হৃদপিন্ড।

ঐতরেয় উপনিষদ এর প্রথম অধ্যয়ের প্রথম খন্ডের চার নং মন্ত্রটি দেখে নেয়া যাক-
“….যথান্ডম মুখাদ্বাগ(মুখাত্‍ বাক) বাচোহগ্নির্নাসিকে নিরভিদ্যেতাং নাসিকাভ্যাং প্রাণঃ প্রানাদ্বায়ুরক্ষিনী নিরভিদ্যেতামক্ষিভ্যাং চক্ষুশ্চ্ক্ষুষ আদিত্যঃ কর্ণৌ নিরভিদ্যেতাং কর্ণাভ্যাং শ্রোত্রং নিরভিদ্যত ত্বচো….হৃদয়ং নিরভিদ্যত হৃদয়া…”

অর্থাত্‍,প্রথম মুখ বেরিয়ে এল,মুখ থেকে বাক(Vocal cord) এর উত্‍পত্তি।এরপর নাসিকার দুটি ছিদ্র হল(নাসারন্ধ্র),পরে চক্ষুর দুটি ছিদ্র প্রকট হল।তারপর কর্ণের দুটি ছিদ্র বেরিয়ে এল এবং এরপরেই চর্ম প্রকটিত হল।তার হৃদয়(হৃদপিন্ড) প্রকট হয়।

তাহলে মন্ত্রটি অনুযায়ী আমরা পেলাম,
মুখ>বাক(Vocal cord)>নাকে>চক্ষু>কান>ত্বক>হৃদপিন্ড!

এভাবেই সেই প্রাচীন যুগের অরন্যে ধ্যনাবস্থিত ঋষিগন প্রকাশ করে গেছেন আপ্ত সত্যের বাণী,গড়ে দিয়েছেন এক অনন্য সভ্যতা,মহান বৈদিক সভ্যতা।