Exact Value of Pi - Advance Scientific Foreknowledge in Sanatana Dharma


Value of pi is from Vedas

● We all know value of pi has greater importance in the field of
Geometry and trigonometry,
Complex number and analysis,
Number theory,
Probability and statistical physics,
Engineering and geology.
Computers and many more

Modern Science value of Pi
pi=22/7=3.1415926535897932384626433832792.... up to infinity

Without pi there is nothing in the field of Mathematics (Geometry and Trigonometry)

● When Our Ancestors said "All knowledge is there in the Vedas, Upanishads, Purans etc We were not believe it Because Daily daily we are becoming modernized (attraction towards western culture) and we are forgetting our Ancient Indian Sanatana Dharma".

This is so sad we must not continue this to our future Generation

That why we made this group to explore Scientific fact in our Sanatana Dharma

● A Sloka in the 10th book of Rig Veda appears to be written for praising Lord Indra.

● The technical translation of that Sloka gives the value of Pi up to 28 digits accurately.

● It is not until the invention of the computers that the western mathematicians could get this value up to 16 digits accurately.

● Here is a test for those peoples who thinks that a computer can do any calculation.

● It an open challenge - Now Use any of the fastest computer available to you and write a program to calculate the value of Pi up to 28 digits accurately. You will come to know how difficult it is.

BUT OUR VEDAS DID IT THOUSANDS OF YEARS BEFORE

Vedic Numerical Code in the Vedas - {KaTaPaYaDi System}

कादि नव टादि नव पादि पञ्चक यद्यश्टकक्ष शुन्यम्
“Kaadi nava Taadi nava Paadi panchaka Yadyashtaka Kshah sunyam”

Meaning:
● Kaadi Nava Starting from ka, the sequence of 9 letters represent 1,2,..9
● Taadi Nava , starting from ta
● Paadi panchaka (1-5), starting from pa
● Yadyashtaka (1-8) starting from ya
● And ksha represents 0

In detail it is as follows:
ka (क) – 1, kha (ख) – 2, ga (ग) – 3, gha (घ) – 4,gna (ङ) – 5, cha (च) – 6, cha (छ) – 7, ja (ज) – 8, jha (झ) – 9
ta (ट) – 1, tha (ठ) – 2, da (ड) – 3, dha (ढ) – 4,~na (ण) – 5, Ta (त) – 6, Tha (थ) – 7, Da (द) – 8, Dha (ध) – 9
pa (प) – 1, pha (फ) – 2, ba (ब) – 3, bha (भ) – 4,ma (म) – 5
ya (य) – 1, ra (र) – 2, la (ल) – 3, va (व) – 4, Sa (श) – 5, sha (ष) – 6, sa (स) – 7, ha (ह) – 8
kshah (क्ष) – 0.

Based on the Above knowledge {KaTaPaYaDi System} Le we Analyse some of shlokas

Here is an Example for shloka in BHAGAVATAM

गोपीभाग्य मधुव्रातः श्रुंगशोदधि संधिगः |
खलजीवितखाताव गलहाला रसंधरः ||
||gopeebhaagya maDhuvraathaH shruMgashodhaDhi saMDhigaH
khalajeevithakhaathaava galahaalaa rasaMDharaH||

ga-3, pa-1, bha-4, ya -1, ma-5, Dhu-9, ra-2, tha-6, shru-5, ga-3, sho-5, dha-8, Dhi -9, sa-7, Dha- 9, ga-3, kha-2, la-3, jee-8, vi-4, tha-6, kha-2, tha-6, va-4, ga-3, la-3, ha-8, la-3, ra-2, sa-7, Dha-9, ra-2

3.1415926535897932384626433832792…

WOW THIS IS EXACTLY AS SAME AS MODERN CALCULATION

The above sloka has actually 3 meanings
1. In favor of Lord Shiva
2. In favor of Lord Krishna
3. The value of Pi up to 32 decimals.

SERIES OF PI

● There is also a sloka for expanding the series of PI. It's given below.

व्यासे वारिधिनिहते रूपहृते व्यससागराभिहते ।
त्रिशरादिविषमसंख्याभक्तं ॠणं स्वं पृथक्क्रमात् कुर्यात् ॥

vyAse vaariDhinihathe rUpahtRthevyasasAgarAbhihathe
thrisharAdhiviShamasMkhyAbhakthM TRNM svM ptRThakkramAth kuryaath

Meaning :

When the circumference/perimeter of the circle is given in terms of a series (containing d=diameter) then the diameter term is divided by the odd numbers (like 1, 2, 3...) and alternately added/subtracted fromthe rest (of the summation of series)
i.e:
Circumference = 4d/1 - 4d/3 4d/5 – 4d/7 ...which is basically the same series as PI/4 = SUMOF [(-1 i 1)/(2i-1)] /* over i from 1 to infinity */

Another Sanskrit shloka

||“caturadhikam śatamaṣṭaguṇam dvāṣaṣṭistathā sahasrāṇām
ayutadvayaviṣkambhasyāsanno vṛttapariṇāhaḥ”||
[[Ganitapada 10, Aryabhata]]

Translated into English, this verse means:

“Add four to 100, multiply by eight, and then add 62,000.By this rule the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 20,000 can be approached.”
In other words, what Aryabhata said was that circumference of a circle with a diameter of 20000 is (4+100) x8 +62000= 62832.

And we know that the value of pi is the ratio of the circumference to the diameter
It is given by the Formula Circumference of circle is given by
C = πd
where c is circumference and d is diameter of circle
therefore π = C/d.
So in this case π = C/d =,62832/20000= 3.1416. This is the value of pi accurate to five figures.

So we can definitely infer the following from the above verse and subsequent calculations

There were many inventions in the field of science and technology in ancient India. Since many persons of the present generation does not know them, they will be described briefly in next upcoming posts to enable the readers to have the basic understanding about them.

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