Know the global importance of Hindu calculus originated from Ujjain on new year

The importance of Ujjain in Indian time calculation can also be understood from the fact that Ujjain has the pride of being one of the four places fixed for Simhastha, the most traditional and religious event of cultural India.

While talking about Navvarsha Pratipada or Hindu New Year, we must be fully aware of its scientificity. Today our Sanatani calculus compels the whole world to respect us. The idol or idol of Mahakal in Ujjain is not only a religious symbol but also an important center of scientific calculation of time. The speed, movement, rotation, and circumference of the nine planets and their effect on the earth can be understood from the place of Mahakal temple. In all the civilizations of the world, one fact must be mentioned in describing itself as the best, civilized, oldest – that is; Calendar, time, i.e. the scientific basis of the calculation and calculation of time. From the point of view of time calculation, we Indians are fortunate that the whole world and major global scientific institutions look towards our scriptures and traditions in this context. The place where time means Kaal got great and God-like feeling, that rare place is Mahakaleshwar. According to Skanda Purana and Mahabharata, Ujjain is three thousand years old city. King Chandrasen built the Tantrasiddha temple during this period. This city calculates the sun’s rays from a divine, wonderful, proven and powerful angle in terms of geography. Ancient Indian mystics, sages, tantriks and scientists knew the geographical, astrological, astronomical importance of this place. The presence of one of our 12 Jyotirlingas in the temple of Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain illuminates its eternal form.

Due to the specific angular contact of the equator passing through Ujjain with the Sun, sages have named Ujjain as the Manipur Chakra of the Earth i.e. the navel site. In this city of Mahakal, many events, stories, persons, inventions, spiritual practices, scriptures and future sources have been invented, so it has happened on the basis of the ability of this city to calculate time. Rishi Sandipani, Mahakatyayan, Bhas, Bhartrihari, Kalidas, Varahmihir, Amarsinghadi Navaratna, Parmarth, Shudrak, Banabhatta, Mayur, Rajasekhara, Pushpadanta, Harishena, Shankaracharya, Vallabhacharya, Jadroop, Vrishni-Veer, Krishna-Balram, who made Ujjain their place of worship , Chandpradyot, Vatsaraj Udayan, Samrat Ashoka, Samprati, Raja Vikramaditya, Mahakshatrap Chashtan, Rudradaman, Parmar Naresh Vakpati Munjraj, Bhojdev and Udayaditya, Amer Naresh Sawai Jai Singh, Mahadji Shinde have been illuminating every period of history. All these saints, sages, sages were in fact the scholars, scientists, researchers, surgeons, connoisseurs of atomic, connoisseur of aeronautics and grammarians of their time. This is the reason why hundreds of scientists are continuously engaged in solving its inexplicable equations in NASA for our time calculation and for the study of Kalpavas in Kumbh Mela. Today, when we keep gazing towards the west in every field of science, then this fact amazes us that when Europe did not have the knowledge of calculation above one thousand, then we also had the knowledge of Talakshan, the biggest number of mathematics. Talakshan means the number created by putting fifty three zeros in front of one. Tathagat Buddha, while discussing with his contemporary mathematician Arjuna in the Ujjain region, in the book of mathematics called Lalit Vistar, gives the explanation of Talakshan as follows – Hundred crores = one ayut, hundred ayuts = one niyut, hundred niyuts = one pebble, hundred pebbles = The value of one omniscient and one hundred omniscient is equal to one Vibhutangma and one hundred Vibhutangma is equal to one Talakshan.

The importance of Ujjain in Indian time calculation can also be understood from the fact that Ujjain has the pride of being one of the four places fixed for Simhastha, the most traditional and religious event of cultural India. In the history of the last thousands of years, this prestige of Ujjain was recognized by many kings, sages, astrophysicists and tantriks from time to time, as a result of which science-based constructions of specific style were made in Ujjain in every period.

Maharaja Jai ​​Singh of Jaipur built the observatory in 1719. It has a beautiful architecture of the planetarium and is equipped with a telescope. With the equipment installed here, measurement of the inclination of any angle from the equator of each astronomical situation can be done. For the astronomers of the rest of the world, this was an impossible task at that time. Four instruments Samrat Yantra, Naad Yantra, Lam Yantra, Dingara Yantra were installed here to prove astronomical experiments from the angle of the longitude line touching Ujjain. Panchag is the center of global curiosity today and the center and writing place of Panchag is Ujjain.

The developed, prestigious nature of Ujjain situated on the equator is to be understood from the references in the Puranas, Upanishads, and Mahabharata. Here archaeological material related to the proto-history of the world is often found in abundance. Krishna and Balarama were educated as students by Guru Sandipani in his ashram in this city. It was only the effect of this city’s virtuous glory and Tejas, Aura that Akhil-Nikhil world got many classical mathematical formulas from here. A long tradition of mathematicians and the successor of the institution, Bhaskaracharya, the author of mathematical scriptures like “Lilavati” and “Bija Ganita”, was the director of the observatory of Ujjain. It was here that he discovered the “Gravitational Force” and wrote the unique book of astrology “Siddhant Shiromani”. His “cyclonic method” of solving mathematical equations is still accepted by scientists all over the world. While living in Ujjain, Bhaskaracharya invented the smallest unit of time “Truti” and the largest unit “Kalpa”. The western countries and the so-called developed civilizations of that time had no idea of ​​this error and cycle. In Ujjain, the most recognized geographical place of the purest time calculation, Bhaskaracharya had provided time calculation to human civilization as follows –

225 error = 1 per sample

60 pulses = 1 pulse (0.4 sec)

60 Vipal = 1 Pal (24 Seconds)

60 Pal = 1 Ghati (24 minutes)

2.5 ghati = 1 hora (one hour)

5 ghati or 2 hora = 1 lagna (2 hours)

60 Ghati or 24 Hora or 12 Lagna = 1 day (24 hours)

One vipal is equal to 0.4 second and the value of “error” is 33,750th part of a second, half of the lagna is called hora, hora is equal to one hour. The western world started calling this Hora Hover or Hour. The creation started on Chaitra Shukla Pratham, Sunday. Sun was the lord of the first Hora of this day, Moon was the lord of the first Hora of the day after that, so Monday came after Sunday. In this way, by naming the seven planets after the seven seasons, the whole world accepted our mythological calculations, but after that cleverly mixing their own words in it, they gave it their name and went on telling it as their invention. The biggest unit of time was considered “Kalpa”, there are 432 crore years in one Kalpa. A Kalpa of one thousand Mahayugas is considered as follows:

1 Kalpa = 1000 Chaturyugas or 14 Manvantaras

1 Manvantara = 71 Chaturyugis

1 Chaturyuga = 43,20,000 years

In this way, Mahakaal of Ujjain is actually not of Ujjain but of the whole world and he is a universal worshiper who warns the world about time, importance of time, auspicious time and inauspicious time.

– Praveen Gugnani

Official Language Advisor, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India

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