Sunday, February 17, 2013

English vs Sanskrit

Below is an example of the early use of  English in the Bible, spelling of 500 hundred years ago has changes every 100 years, the Americans have their own spelling the language and grammar is not logical, nor logically thought out, it just happens. Today's English will look like this in another 200 years time but not Sanskrit.

This is the boke of the generacion of Iesus Christ the sonne of Dauid the sonne also  All the generacions from Abraham to David are fowretene generacios. And fro David vnto the captivite of Babylon are fowretene generacions. And from the captivite of Babylon vnto Christ are also fowrtene generacios. The byrthe of Iesus Christ was on thys wyse. When hys mother Mary was betrouthed to Ioseph before they came to dwell to gedder she was foude with chylde by ye holy goost. The Ioseph her husbande beinge a perfect ma and loth to make an ensample of hir was mynded to put her awaye secretely. Whill he thus thought behold ye angell of ye Lorde appered vnto him in a dreame saynge: Ioseph ye sonne of David feare not to take vnto ye Mary thy wyfe. 
 Sanskrit has not changed in 2500 years and can not change for it is a mathematical language, when Panini 2500 years ago codified it. Sanskrit as Maths where studied in the same logical manner AS ONE, an example of this is Patangil,author of Mahabashya, (a comentery on sanskrit grammer) and in  Chandaḥśāstra presents the first known description of a binary numeral system in connection with the systematic enumeration of meters with fixed patterns of short and long syllables.The discussion of the combinatorics of meter corresponds to the binomial theorem Halāyudha's commentary includes a presentation of the Pascal's triangle (called meruprastāra). Pingala's work also contains the Fibonacci number, called mātrāmeru, and now known as the Gopala–Hemachandra number.

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