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[FONT=&quot]Science behind Temples by R.Ramachandran[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Purpose of this study:[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] This Scholar A leather Chemist basically, has lot of interest in Public health. He quit his own tannery and started this work. On the web site and thro’ news papers and magazines he studied about cancer the deadly diseases, and wished if anyone will come forward with a correct solution. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] When going through the stories and literatures he found that the Gods helped! But this scholar had different view on Gods. He wanted to know the real meaning of God. For this he went through the so called Agamas in Temple construction and Vastu, the science behind each and every building construction, the method of approach by the Vedic writers, the lighting of holy lamp in temples for each season etc.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] When the temple was constructed on those days i.e. 1500 years back, the Brahmins will select a place which will be a minimum of 15 acres. This ground will be made as a circle, and divided in to twelve parts as mentioned below.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]In these 12 parts they will plant 12 different kinds of seeds of pulses and paddy and see which kind of paddy grows fast and check the quality and quantity[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT]. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] After seeing the growth of the Paddy and pulses, they feed the cultivated grains and pulses to the cattle, birds, and pet animals and see its behavior and see which kind of calves it gives, male or female how the health condition improves etc. Simultaneously they observe the sky and see how the birds are flying when approaching the particular spot, whether it spreads like Y or unites like ^.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT] ) Each kind of paddy and pulses will have a character that will generate heat, cold and gases in to the body. This was mentioned in Ayur Veda as Piththa (-ve), Khabha (+ve) and Vāyu (Vehicle that will carry the Piththa and Khabha), as tri doshas. According to Vedas the human body is made with five elements Fire (activeness), Water (Hydrogen molecules), Earth (the soil), Sky (the atmosphere created by the planets) and Vayu (the ǽther that transports the Electromagnetic force created by the planets) and controlled by Tridoshas.
[FONT=&quot]By this they will judge the centre of gravity of the earth and the air pockets on the particular site. After this they discuss with each other and after observing for 3 years continuously they will decide which kind of herbal to be put in the copper Kalasa of the temple. The Kalasā will be pot which will be covered like ^ and inside the kalasā they will put the herbal that will cure the disease of a common man. Then will start the construction of Tank and on its banks plant herbal trees so that the leaves of the herbal trees fell in the water tank and get the quality of the herbal. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Normally these temples will be constructed on the river bed and within the compound wall the hospital will be constructed.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Combining religion, God and Temples with health Science[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]What is an Agama? [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] Agama is a Sanskrit word Agnivesha, meaning the activation. Activation of the energy, How to activate or extract the energy from the source and how to apply is termed as Agamas. Here the energy source is in the form of NaNo rays from the Planets.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Procedures[/FONT][FONT=&quot]:- [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The patient who has disease is advised to take a bath in the temple tank and taken in to the temple where the rays of the Sun will penetrate through the copper kalasa sent in to the image the God or Goddess and reflect on the person who stands before it.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] After this the person if he is capable of performing Yagas for his welfare is asked to sit before a holy fire and herbal sticks are thrown in to the holy fire so that the heat and smoke is penetrated in his body. This will continue for 30 minutes to an hour for 48 days. Within which he will be cured. This was called Alchemy.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The Alchemists/ sages also discovered that certain present day incurable diseases and found ways to cure them. To name the few, impotence (For child birth), Leprosy, Eye diseases, Diabetes , Coma, Bone fractures, Nerves problems, Blood disorders, High B.P. etc.,[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] Apvaa is a disease mentioned in Rig Veda. This is a vein system that paralysis the mind and body. (Coma and Body Paralysis) [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] Most of the diseases were due to anemic and this was identified as Goat’s head. (The bacteria that affect the blood cell will appear as the head of the Goat.)[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The alchemists/ sages identified the bacteria that eat away the Iron in the blood, and to cure the patient they converted this Iron in to lead or gold by alloying with the heat produced by burning the herbal oil that penetrated through the veins in the skin. This was named as Bhar rasa. The meaning of Bhar rasa in Sanskrit is the Warrior, the weapon that fights against the blood diseases. This was misspelling as Bhadarasa meaning Mercury, which the people were afraid to use.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Methodology that was applied to cure diseases in Vedic Period:-[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Method of Investigation: The method is unique and difficult to explain. Many have heard of the word "clairvoyance" (clear-seeing), connoting the cognition of sights and sounds not perceived by ordinary people. In India the term Yoga is sometimes related to faculties that are beyond ordinary cognition. It is stated in Indian Yoga that one who has trained himself "can make infinitesimally small at will". This does not mean that he undergoes a diminution in bodily size, but only that, relatively, his conception of himself can be so minimized that objects which normally are small appear to him as large. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The earliest investigations were made, in England in 1895. The first atoms observed were four gases in the air. Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and a fourth gas, Heavy Hydrogen D2(atomic weight=3) which is none other than the Uranium type of gas (Prana) which is created by Beta and Alpha rays[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Alchemy in human life and health and comparing with modern life and chemistry, one should follow the principles which are basic and help the application of mind in right direction. These principles are part of religious and philosophical literatures and formulated by a sage Soma Sarma alias Akshapadha[FONT=&quot][2][/FONT] (A calculator who will move his sense in such a way that he achieves the result in time which will give him success and that he will be alert both in mind and body with an analytical mind and judge the correct step)[FONT=&quot][3][/FONT] [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] This Soma Sarma composed Nyaya Suthra which is none other than the methodology of composing the findings where it is read and reanalyzed without any difficulty and flow of words and sentences are very much attractive and the reader should not confuse himself in understanding the text.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] This Nyaya Suthra is composed in five volumes with two chapters each and begins with “Supreme felicity is attained by the knowledge about the true nature of the sixteen categories namely Right Knowledge (Pramāna), Object of Right Knowledge (Prameya), Doubt (Samsaya), Purpose (Prayogāna), Familiar Instance (Drishtanta) Established tenet (Siddhantha), Members (Avayava), Confutation (Tarka), Ascertainment (Nirnay), Discussion (Vada), Wrangling (Jalpa) and Cavil occasion for rebuke (Nigrastana)” .“Pain, birth activity, faults and misapprehension, on the successive eradication of these in reverse order, there follows release”[FONT=&quot][4][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The facts should be established in four methods namely Perception (Pratyaksha), Inference (Anumana), Comparison (Upamana) and Testimony (Aptavakya).[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] A research scholar should start his work based on the above Nyaya Suthra and to gain a name, fame and wealth he should not twist his findings and guide others to a wrong path. When he applies his mind he should feel the fact, and feel the effect, compare the reality and examine the result or outcome.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]For example when a person see a fire, he sees it, feeling the heat, comparing the heat whether hot, very hot or too much hot, examining that by touching it and got the result that it burns the touching object.When applying methodology in Vedic science or Chemistry the combination of the flaming (Tejas) with the earthly atoms takes place in such a way that previous colour and other qualities of the earthly atoms are destroyed and in their place another color and another qualities are produced. The resulting product of such a conjunction depends upon the material as well of the process of this conjunction.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] For example if we put a mango under some grass it ripens. Here the green color is changed in to reddish yellow or yellowish green or if the skin is thick the color may not change but change in smell and taste takes place.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Let us quote one more example, the tender coconut. The coconut is there on a tree. It is not ripe but grows big. After some days it is filled with water. Again after few days the water is replaced by nut. Where the water gone? It is in the form of nut. But the outer shell didn’t change its color, but inside there was a massive change due to the electromagnetic force penetrated through the fibers, which has few chemical characters. The old structure of the object is converted in to the present stage. This is labeled as Pilupakavada (Plant Chemistry), where every molecule converted in to atom stage and compressed in to solid state.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Hindu Philosophy and Occult Chemistry:-[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] These chemical actions are said to have occur in nine, ten or eleven stages depending upon the split up of different stages.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] First a sort of motion is produced in the atoms of the binary by impulsion or forcible contact caused by the Tejas, the heat. By that action disjunction between the two atoms producing the dual action takes place, followed by destruction producing the substance called binary. This means 1) The destruction of the binary[/FONT][FONT=&quot]D[/FONT][FONT=&quot] followed by 2) Destruction of the Blue color etc., inherent in the atoms. Then comes 3) Production of red color etc., in that very atom, after which 4) The motion favorable to the production of the substance is produced in the atoms which causes 5) Disjunctions of the atoms from the æther and electromagnetic force etc. then follows 6) Destruction of the previous conjunction leading to 7) Conjunction between the two atoms producing the binary [/FONT][FONT=&quot]D[/FONT][FONT=&quot] action. Then comes 8) The production of the binary [/FONT][FONT=&quot]D[/FONT][FONT=&quot] which then causes 9) Production of the color, action etc., in the binary [/FONT][FONT=&quot]D[/FONT][FONT=&quot] , thus, beginning from the destruction of the binary [/FONT][FONT=&quot]D[/FONT][FONT=&quot] up to the production of red color etc., in it[FONT=&quot][5][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Chemical action through heat:[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] In first centaury A.D, Vatsyayana notes that chemical changes may occur either by the application of external heat or by friction between two atoms in one point (internal heat). When the fuel under goes change by combustion, the heat evolved is believed to have existed in a latent form in the fuel before. Udayana in his Kiranāvali considers solar heat as the ultimate source of all the heat required for chemical changes occurring on this earth. This invisible solar heat was also believed to be responsible for change of color in the grass, for the rusting of metals and conversion of food in to iron in blood.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Ancient Hindus considered heat and light rays as consisting of infinitely small particles radiating in straight lines in all directions with inconceivably high velocity and with a sort conical dispersion which on striking the atoms may break up their grouping, transform their physic-chemical character and bring about chemical changes[FONT=&quot][6][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] When a particular herbal seed or bark or leaves or root are reduced to atoms, the different matter are produced out of those atoms capable of the convention formed by the chemical action (Pakaja viseshavisista) in spite of the fact that there are no subordinate generalities (Jathis) which could have helped determination of the difference in the products[FONT=&quot][7][/FONT]. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Jaina Philosophy and Occult Chemistry:-[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The Jaina philosophy about matter and chemical is different than Hindu philosophy. For according to its chemical combination to take place between the atoms, they should ordinarily posses opposing qualities, such as roughness and smoothness, dryness and moistness. If, however, these opposing qualities are present but are weak, then either the chemical combinations will not take place or it will be very shabby (precipitate).[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] On the other hand, if the strength or intensity of the qualities of the two atoms differs widely or large, even though the qualities and atoms are similar, yet again a chemical combination in them will take place. According to Jainas a chemical combination among atoms leads to some change in their qualities[FONT=&quot][8][/FONT].[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] Here in treating the diseases with blood disorder we are burning the oil, filtered through cotton thread create the heat and the heat so produced has the quality of the herbal along with the atomic force, that penetrates through the skin, combine with iron in the blood, converting them in to lead first, then vanadium, then iridium and so on. We are sending these rays through copper plates roof or by placing Egg shaped copper balls, so that the rays break in to millions anus and form NaNo particles and give good result.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT] ) John W.Gofman, radiation and Human health, Sierra club Books, sanfrancisco1981p-14

[FONT=&quot][2][/FONT] ) O.P.Jaggi, History of Science and Technology in India Vol II., Dawn of Indian Science (Vedic and
Upanishad period), Atma ram & Sons, Delhi 1969 p-223

[FONT=&quot][3][/FONT] ) Monier Williams, Sanskrit-English Dictionary, Oxford University Press, London 1872 p-3

[FONT=&quot][4][/FONT] ) O.P.Jaggi, History of Science and Technology in India Vol II., Dawn of Indian Science (Vedic and
Upanishad period), Atma ram & Sons, Delhi 1969 p-225

[FONT=&quot][5][/FONT] ) O.P.Jaggi, History of Science and Technology in India Vol II., Dawn of Indian Science (Vedic and
Upanishad period), Atma ram & Sons, Delhi 1969 p-82

[FONT=&quot][6][/FONT] ) O.P.Jaggi, History of Science and Technology in India Vol II., Dawn of Indian Science (Vedic and
Upanishad period), Atma ram & Sons, Delhi 1969 p--83

[FONT=&quot][7][/FONT] ) O.P.Jaggi, History of Science and Technology in India Vol II., Dawn of Indian Science (Vedic and
Upanishad period), Atma ram & Sons, Delhi 1969 p-83

[FONT=&quot][8][/FONT] ) O.P.Jaggi, History of Science and Technology in India Vol II., Dawn of Indian Science (Vedic and
Upanishad period), Atma ram & Sons, Delhi 1969 p--84

View attachment Fig 3 South India Art.pdf
[FONT=&quot][/FONT] [FONT=&quot] When this word is spell[/FONT]View attachment Fig 4 Indoor Games drawn on a pillor.pdf[FONT=&quot] everyone will think that this is very sacred and holy which cannot be chanted without proper guidance and speaks about God, Goddess, Devas and can do magic of destroying the enemies, earn millions of dollars etc. Some may think that, Vedas are beyond common man’s reach and even the so called Sanskrit Pandits themselves didn’t analyze this properly. After spending years to gather the required information this Scholar satisfied that Vedas are within reach only and what we need is only a common sense and devotion to understand these work.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] This scholar wanted to investigate and enlighten the present generation irrespective of their religion about these Vedas, what it quotes? When these Mantras were written? For what purpose and for whom it was created? And what is the ultimate benefit for a common man individual or a group of public etc., [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Hence the present topic “Vedas — A New Critical Analysis with Special reference to Human Body and health” was selected and the findings are listed below.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] On those days the learned scholars prefers to be identified by the School or the Institution they belong where these sentences were created, verified, discussed and applied and felt the effects. The Scholars who studied the Vedas, applied and registered the side effects were called SEERS. It was groups of Hundreds and thousands who were called Satha Patha Brahmans who navigated the approach. The ‘Brahmanas are not a caste here but the person who studies Brahath, the Universe were identified and titled as ‘Brahmanas’. No patent was registered for their findings and were dedicated to the World of intellectuals for further research and study. They didn’t claim royalty for utilizing and getting benefits out of these Stanzas Vedas.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Further they answered all questions asked by the public and the question from a Minor boy was also answered. For asking questions they didn’t ask questions to which community or school he belongs etc. they felt it is duty of the person who applied the Science to cure, should clarify everything. The Ăcharyas, The Teachers or Professors or Head of the Schools gave full freedom to their students in writing the Upanishads/explanations/ commentaries, to Vedas. One Ăcharya, the Head of the School who encouraged his student in writing an Upanishad (Commentaries/ Explanation) for a Veda and since it was good, thrown away his own and offered the student in the Ăcharya chair.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] When a common man was unable to understand the background, the Brahmans explained the situation in the form of a story. For example the diseases were tabled as devils, demons and Asuras, the herbal which used to cure the diseases were posed as Devas who fights against diseases. The essence of the herbals was identified as Amruthas which will give long life to the men. The radiation or the action the herbals created were pointed out as arrows that will kill the millions of bacteria in one stroke. The main herbs that fight against the cell or bacteria were specified as Head of Devas or Demigods. The ǽthers (nerves) that carries the juice were called Rathas and Chariots [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] As days passed every one remembered the story but forgot for which purpose and under what circumstances the story was told. The stories were expanded and shape changed as per the wishes of the story teller who created panic among public and earned money in the name of God.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] In Vedic Period the Science was taught and explained to students by drawings on floors as occult Chemistry which was formed as a symbol of South Indian Art “The Kolam” The problems that solved were taught as games. Later period this also vanished and people started to play as indoor games. (For this we have records).[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] In an issue of Journal and Proceedings of Asiatic Society of Bengal, Vol XXIII of 1927, Published by Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta in 1929, Article No 23, pp 297-299 quotes about two games Bãgh-batti (Bãgh (Tiger) and batti=gutti=piece) Two Tigers and Twenty batties. The tiger kills the twenty Goats (the goat headed viruses) the tiger is none other than the herbals.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] There is another game bheri-bakri played with cowries. Bheri in Sanskrit is an attendant of Skanda (Prana, the primary Vayu of five Vayus) the Universe where Bheri chases away the Bakri . The same type of Play Board is designed for explaining Chemistry and this finds a place with Occult Chemistry authored by Annie Besant and C.W.Leadbeater, Edited by C.Jinnarajadasa, and published by Theosophical Publishing House, Chennai in 1950[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]From the above findings it is very much established that the Brahmans in B.C. 25,000 taught Chemistry as a game.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] According to ancient philosophy the body is made with five elements Earth, Water, Fire, Sky and Planets. This body is activated by the Planets such as Sun. Moon, Jupiter, Mercury, Venus, Saturn and Mars and activated by South and North Pole
(Rahu and Kethu) which rotates in anti clock wise. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Application of Alchemy on a patient[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The diseases were the cause of Tridosha or activities viz: Vãtha (ǽther), Piththa (-Ve) and Khabha (+ve) and this had the link with the Planets vibration. Each Planet has an independent character which is responsible for the growth of all living beings. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The oral administration of the medicine alone will not cure a disease and the patient should get the support from surrounding also. Here the surrounding means the atmosphere, mind support etc., which holds major responsibility in activating the action of the herbal power for a speedy recovery.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] First the man should gain confidence that he has been taken care by a senior most physician who is well experienced and handled such kinds of diseases and has a name in curing the disease that the patient has. Not only that, the patient also sees the personal life of the physician also. According to him the physician is a God, who represents the God who has sent the physician whose character is excellent so that the God has selected him to cure him, sent him to Earth to help the patients.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] For gaining confidence in curing the diseases the goddess was created, she was made to sit under an herbal tree, breeze of which will soften the atmosphere. Once the Goddess image was installed immediately a tank was created in which water was stored. On the banks of the tank the variety of herbal trees were planted in which leaves were made to fell in the stored water so that the liquor is leached with the herbal nuts and leaves, which when applied on the skin (in the form of bathing in the tank) works as medicine and preservative, penetrate through the skin and readies the body to accept the medicine that the physician plans to administer.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] After taking the bath, the patient is made to stand in the Garbhagriha of the temple which is dark and fully closed where the image of the goddess alone there and a light with an herbal oil is lit. The radiation was absorbed by the copper image of Goddess and the radiation is multiplied and radiation the light generates will penetrate in the body of the patient as NaNo power planted as a seed in the body will stay for hours that speeds the action of oral medicine which yield 100% success.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] For each disease demy Gods were formed and either separate place was created or separate Garbhagriha was constructed and in which copper images were installed, separate herbal oils were prepared and holy lamps were lit. The diseases cured on those days were T.B, Leprosy, Blood disorders, Small Pox, Impotency, Cancer etc., Even today in South India people who visit Siva Temple will lit lamp made with LIME in which they put oil and lit that before Durga, Jinglee oil with Tila before the Navagraha and so on.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] After presenting before the deity and made to stand before the copper image, the patient is taken to the clinic by the attendants and the medicine is fed directly in to his mouth as a holy Prasad. If he is from the same locality he will go his house and if he is from a different place he will stay in the hospital itself and the medicine and food for him and his attendant (the accompanied person) is provided at free of cost.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The Kings donated lands to cultivate the herbals, for constructing the Tanks, lakes and to maintain Hospitals and feed the patients at free of cost. In later stages it was neglected and the Temples started milking money from the poor, collected taxes and the purpose of donating the land to the temple was forgotten/ mismanaged. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The physicians will take great care of each and every patient and day to day improvement of the patient is registered and recorded. The course of the medicine changed by volume and doses according to the developments and there are Palm leaves to establish this claim (but this day in pitiable condition). [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The physicians will not ask the patients to continue the pills if there is an improvement and change the course once in three days. The disease caused by the blood disorders were quoted by telling the head of the cell. Some cells in the blood that causes the diseases has had sheep head, goat head, bull head, pig head etc., the herbal normally will have a hunter dog head. The physicians when elaborating with the medical student say that he need to cut the sheep head and goat head, which they define as sacrifice. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] A patient who hears this will tell his physician once he is cured, he will donate sheep and goat to the temple with which milk they can prepare ghee and burn the lamp. Or offered in the form of yaga where the goat’s head is cut and the flesh is thrown in to the fire, roasted and taken as a holy food, the prasadh.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The diet is fixed by the physician himself and there is no separate course and attendant to teach him. It is the duty of the physician to quote about the diet.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] There were lots and lots of merchants who sponsored the hospital and even kings shared their income in running these hospitals and pharmacies and we can find inscriptions about this in Chola kingdom.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Reactions of Electromagnetic force when passed through a copper vessel that contains herbal.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The copper plate has the tendency to suck part the Ether when that penetrates through the copper and the Herbal resulting in powerful atomic energy that penetrates through the skin to cure the human, and that’s why the copper plate is put on the temple tower. By the mean time, it is worthy to mention here that the Gopura in Chidambaram, Tripathy are covered with Gold and the Goddess shrine Gopura in Varadharajar Temple in Kancheepuram is covered with Copper plates. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The pores in the copper vessel is mentioned in Kamikamaga,/ Maya Matha and Manasara a book written in B.C. 500. SathaVahana Kingdom mentions about the geology and Building, Palaces, Temple, Village and town construction. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]But this Vastu doesn’t mentions about any individual house.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]NaNo technology and Vedas:[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]What is NaNo?[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Na = Natural, pertaining to nature; inborn; to be expected[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]No = Normal. According to nature’s law; usual state; without any change[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The one which stays according to nature and inactive, needs some force to activate it is NaNo. (Like a hidden atom bomb)[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] But this particle has enormous power and when activate will create more energy than expected. The power of this atom is hidden and compressed and stored [/FONT][FONT=&quot]NaNo is a small matter. [/FONT]
For instance take Rice, Wheat etc, the tiny grain is covered with a HUSK which doesn't allow any rays inside the grain, and as if a womb of a mother it saves the grain and delivers Rice, Wheat grain etc. This Rice and wheat is a powder of the soil that had been extracted and fed in to the plant, which is covered by the HUSK., the husk, takes the vibrations from the Planets such as Sun, Moon, Saturn , Mars, Venus, South and North pole, converts in to grain. These molecules are bound by the resin and compressed in to the HUSK. When we powder them or boil them the resin is being relieved and the molecule separates and it attracts air and water from the atmosphere, so that it becomes cooked and fed. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] Now from this we can understand that a material, which is tiny, less weight, occupy less space which can be separated, but once separated cannot be re fixed can be identified as NaNo.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] NaNo is a minute article, in which power is packed and compressed, and when in need can be utilized. Here in Medicine, in the form of electromagnetic force created by light rays., the hidden ultra violet rays are activated and sent in to the body through skin, so that it streanthans the iron in blood.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] In Vedic times Rishis paid attention to the light rays and they found if these light rays are set in to the human body thro skin will cure diseases.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The Vedas talk about NaNo technology in the name of magnetic force in the name of Air/ Vayu. According to the Vedas When the child in the mothers' womb it never breaths thro its heart and not breathing thro its nose but takes the breath from the mother through belly button or naval. Since the connection is through its mother, it is identified as equal to god. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] They prefer to send these rays in to the human through herbal heat and passing the heat through a copper wire.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] For this they analyzed the rays from the Planets and studied the south and North Pole. They studied the seasons and selected a vast area place so that they can construct the domes with Copper pots packed with herbals. They wanted to invite people to the place and said it is a temple where God resides, so that the people can come and tell their grievances regarding their health, which will be solved by the God himself. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] When the light rays, of 10,k Hz (hertz) ,(Hertz is a unit of frequency (of change in state or cycle in a sound wave, alternating current or other cyclical wave form) of one cycle per second. It replaces the earlier term of “Cycle per second” (CPS). For example in the United States common house electrical supply is at 60 Hertz (Meaning the current change direction or polarity 120 times , or 60 cycles per second, and in Europe line frequency is 50 Hertz, or 50 cycles per second) Broadcast transmission is at much higher frequency rates usually expressed in kilohertz (KHz) or megahertz. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The unit measure is named after Heinrich Hertz, German physicist).,[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT] the copper wire of 2.68 mm, it breaks the light rays , and when the electromagnetic force penetrates through the copper the electrons are forced to make way, and multiplies the electromagnetic force. When the Sun’s rays penetrates through the copper pot with herbal located on the temple, it breaks the light rays in full force which we cannot feel, but our nerves and blood cells can identify that and feel the vibrations. The size of this atom is known as Paramanu. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]At this time the light rays will bend few millimeters, hence it is advised in Agnipurana, that the Linga, kept under the kalasa in garbha griha shound not be installed very straight, under the kalasa, but established a size of barli away[FONT=&quot][2][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] According to Naomi Halas and Peter Nord lander who submitted a thesis with Rice University, Houston, Texas , U.S.A under topic “Plasmonics and Nanophotonics.” , quotes, that when light rays are passed through copper or any metal, the metal doesn’t permit the rays to penetrate through them. But the rays pressurize and penetrate and after an initial resistance the metal allows the rays to go through but takes few elements from the light rays as a fee or compensation and when rays exit thro other side it is weakened without those particular elements. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] This includes stone. The light rays are sending electromagnetic forces and the metal has the power to suck the air or the binding material which unites the positive ions with negative ions or ether, and some portion of this ether is taken away by the metal. This is identified as Plasma. This was applied on a pearl with 100 Mn thick wide and 10 Mn thick and this created lots of colours[FONT=&quot][3][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] According to Hindu NaNo technology, the rays of the Sun penetrates through the copper kalasa kept above the temple gopura, sucks the rays from the Sun, and send the rays to the Linga inside the temple which reflects the rays to the devotee who is standing in front of it[FONT=&quot][4][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The Second adyaya of Manasara a book written in B.C 500, mentions about the Silpis, the designers of the temples followed by unit measurements. These measurements are varied from place to place depending on the soil.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]The module is architectural and based on the Linga or Image in the Garbha Griha. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]This is well explained in Garuda Purana, Matsya Purana, Isana siva guru devappadathi, Samaranganasuthradhara, Vaikanasa Agama, Bhudhist text Maha vamsa XXVII, 9. The Vimana deals celestial abodes destined for different beings according to the merits.[FONT=&quot][5][/FONT][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]The architect of the temple is based on the ocean of science of architect and its branches , the traditional science (Sastra), Knowledge of rhythms (Chandas), Mathematics, Astronomy etc., (Samaranga Sutrahdhara XLIV. 2-4, Vastu Vidya I 12-15). (Samaranagan Suthrahdhara, was written by King Bhoja of Dhara of Malva in A.D 1000- 1050). In this Samaranga suthradhara king Bhoja says,” if any one without the knowledge of temple science, attempts to dictate a construction of a temple should be killed immediately.”[FONT=&quot][6][/FONT][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] From this point it is very clear that if the science is misapplied, the side effect on human may be the worst and the administration of the King on those days were very particular on Vedic science and Nano Technology, and paid much of attention to it.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The supreme principle of Siva thathva, / philosophy of Siva., Brahman the universe is bliss beyond distinction of subject and object, knower and known, beyond time, undifferentiated, solid consciousness. Sakthi is the energy, which can not be separated from Siva. Here Sakthi is also Bindhu, the point to the unmanifest; from here manifestation begins.[FONT=&quot][7][/FONT] Here Siva is a body or mind, which is calm without activeness and Sakthi gives power energy, the activeness to the body and mind shake/ vibrates them, and stir the bindhu,, the center of Atom.The bindu is also Nadha, the vibration.[FONT=&quot][8][/FONT][/FONT]

[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT] ) Mobile Computing information, news and tips - SearchMobileComputing.com

[FONT=&quot][2][/FONT] ) Agnipurana XCVII LINE 4-5; Stella Kramrisch, Hindu Temple Vol I University of Calcutta 1946
p- 232f.n.;Louis Bezacier, Relves de monuments Ancients Dunord Viet-Nam Vol VI, Plications
q- De L’e’cole, Francaise D Extrame-Orient, Paris 1959. Call No E 3870, Government Oriental Manuscript Libray, Chennai; Kalai kadir, Monthly magazine, Coimbattore, Tamil nadu Nov 2006pp-28-35

[FONT=&quot][3][/FONT]) Kalai Kadhir, Coimbattore, Tamil nadu June 2008 pp-28-36; Kalai Kadhir Dec 1951, pp- 18-25

[FONT=&quot][4][/FONT] ) Ramraz, Essay on Architecture of the Hindus, Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britan and Ireland,
London 1834 p-13

[FONT=&quot][5][/FONT] ) Stella Kramrisch, Hindu Temple, Vol I, University of Calcutta PP-132-133

[FONT=&quot][6][/FONT] ) Stella Kramrisch, Hindu Temple Vol I University of Calcutta 1946 p-8

[FONT=&quot][7][/FONT] ) Stella Kramrisch, Hindu Temple, Vol I, University of Calcutta PP- 136-137

[FONT=&quot][8][/FONT] ) Stella Kramrisch, Hindu Temple, Vol I, University of Calcutta P-137
[FONT=&quot]The Unit Measurements[/FONT][FONT=&quot] starts from Paramãnu, (Munindm nayanotpreshkyah paramanuriti smritah) .This paramãnu is visable only to Yogins and Rishis. It is floating Atom penetrating through a copper cone of Sun-beam as light enters through a gap in the Gopura. The magnitude of Paramãnu is called Parimandalaya in the Nyaya Vaiseshika, which is in the Sphercal in shape.[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT][/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]The table[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]One paramanu : 1/ 1,000,000 to 1/349,525 of an inch[FONT=&quot][2][/FONT][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]One paramanu : 1/44000 English Angula[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]8 Paramanus : one ratha renu or a dust[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]1 Paramanu : 4/3 X 33 X 2 - 63 Of a Cu.inch[FONT=&quot][3][/FONT][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]1 Sunraysdust : 1/ 349529 of an inch or 3 X 2 -20 of an inch[FONT=&quot][4][/FONT][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]8 Ratha renu : 1 Valagra or sika or hair point[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]8 Valagra : 1 louse or yuka or Lishma[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]8 Yuka : 1 Yava or one wheat grain[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]6 Yava : 3 sami leaves or one kanishtangula[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]7 [/FONT][FONT=&quot]Yava : 3.5 Sami leaves or one Madyamangula[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]8 Yavas 4 Sami leaves: 4 Sami Leaves or one poorana Angula [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]12 pooranangula : 1 Vidasthi[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]2 Vidasthi : 1 Hasta or Cubit[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]4 Hasta : 1 danda[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]8 danda : 1 Rajju or Rope[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]24 Angula : one Child hand (Sisu Hastha) or lesser cubit[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]25 Angula : 1 Prajapatya hasta[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]26 Angula : one dhanur Mushti or the grasp of a bow[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]27 Angula : One dhanur graha or handle of a bow.[FONT=&quot][5][/FONT] [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] This can be read in Kamikagama as a sloka or a poem.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Indian mathematicians worked with add up to of the sort of billions, even conceiving of infinity as a unit.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] The smallest measure of time mentioned by the Indian Vedas and astronomers is the triti, 1/33750 of a second!. This unit of time required for the passing of Sun over an atomic object is mathematically calculated in the siddhantha siromani to be 17,496,000,000 paramãnus [FONT=&quot][6][/FONT].[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] To achieve accuracy in calculation, the span of a day was converted in to smallest atoms of time. A day is conceived of as lasting for 86,400 seconds and is further divided in to 46, 656,000,000 moments; a number arrived by the following method.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]1 day = 60 Gatikas; I gatika = 60 Vig gatika; 1 Vig Gatika = 60 lipta; 1 Lipta= 60 vilipta; 1 Vilipta= 60 Para; 1 para= 60 tatpara; One day = 46,656,000,000 tatpara or moments.[FONT=&quot][7][/FONT][/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]The wave length of ultra violet rays ranges from 200nm to 780nm[FONT=&quot][8][/FONT] (1 nm=10--9 m)[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Air Chemistry[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Content of the air in dry atmosphere[FONT=&quot][9][/FONT][/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Carbon Monooxide[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Nitrous oxide[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Sulphur dioxide[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]nitric oxide[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Nitogen Di Oxide[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]The five principal nitrogen-containing gases in the atmosphere are nitrogen (N2), ammonia (NH3), nitrous oxide (N2O), nitric oxide (NO), and nitrogen dioxide (NO2). Other oxides, such as NO3, N2O3, N2O4, and N2O5, may be important as reaction intermediates; however, their formation is not favored at the low partial pressures generally observed for the simple oxides), Nitrogen is found in the condensed phase as ammonium ion (NH4+) and nitrate ion (NO3). Significant concentrations of organic nitrates have also been observed in urban atmospheres.[FONT=&quot][10][/FONT] [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Nitrogen gas (N2) has large bond energy and is generally inert with respect to ordinary troposphere processes. Although some bacteria are capable of producing nitrogen compounds from nitrogen, the fraction of the total global nitrogen pool involved in such reactions in a given year is very small. Ammonia is widely distributed in the atmosphere both as NH3 in the gas phase and as NH4+ in aerosols, clouds, and rainwater. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The oceans contain organisms capable of producing ammonia from nitrates and may trail de ammunition of protein and by fixation of oxides of nitrogen in the soil. Ammonia gas is a weak base and therefore its solubility in rainwater as well as its release from soils or ground water is sensitive functions of pH. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Nitrous oxide is a comparatively inert compound with respect to troposphere chemical process and is distributed uniformly throughout the atmosphere. Many soils contained bacteria capable of producing N2O from either NH4+ or NO3-. LaHue et al. (1970) observed concentrations at a number of sites in Panama closely grouped around 0.26 ppm; no statistically significant seasonal trends were absorbed.. Schutz et al.(1970) examined the seasonal dependence at a continental site and found that the nitrous oxide concentration was remarkably independent of wind direction. Their data also suggested that the mixing ratio was independent of height in the troposphere.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The nitrous oxide cycle appears to have an interface with the cycles of other nitrogen compounds at the surface of the earth, where most of it is produced and decomposed, and near the tropopause, which acts as a sink. At higher altitudes, the ultraviolet light intensity increases and at wavelengths shorter than340 nm, nitrous oxide is photolyzed to form N2 and O, or NO and N, depending on the energy of the photon absorbed. An average concentration of 0.25ppm for N2O yields 2000 Tg for the amount of N2Oin the atmosphere[FONT=&quot][11][/FONT]. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Nitric Oxide and Lungs [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] Inhaled NO at higher levels can cause methemoglobinemia and pulmonary oedema. Nitric oxide is rapidly inactivated by hemoglobin because of high affinity. The inhaled NO can act as a selective pulmonary vasodilator without systemic effects in view of its short half life and high affinity to hemoglobin, is also capable of dilating bronchial vessels and this may be the reason for the airway blood flow, how after Cigarette smoke as tobacco contains high concentration of NO[FONT=&quot][12][/FONT]. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Three of the more important reactions in daylight conditions linking NO2, NO, and O3 at the concentration generally observed in the atmosphere are [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] NO2 –→ NO + O Ǿka = 0-25 hr1 I[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] O + O2 + M –→ O3 + M KA = 8.9 X 10-4 PPM-2 HR-1 II[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] O3 + NO –→ NO2 +O2 K1 = 1320 ppm-1 hr -1 III[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] The rate constants are given for 25º C and assume that the total pressure is 1 atom. The value of 2ka will depend on the amount of sunlight present; they are felt to be important in establishing a relationship between the concentrations of O3, NO, NO2 in Sunlight present. They are felt to be important in establishing a relationship between the concentrations of O3, NO, and NO2 in Sunlight.[FONT=&quot][13][/FONT] Anthropogenic nitrogen oxides enter the atmosphere mostly as nitric oxide; however, the conversion of NO to NO2 takes place within a few hours in urban environments. An estimated 48 Tg/yr of NO and NO2 (computed as NO2) are released to the atmosphere by man's activities.[/FONT]
Both NO and NO2 are also produced by bacterial reduction of nitrates. Because it is readily oxidized to NO2, NO rarely reaches levels which are toxic to man. Highly toxic concentrations of NO2 (of the order of several hundred ppm) have been encountered in freshly filled silos with poor ventilation.[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] Numbers of symptoms of photochemical smog have been attributed, in part, to the presence of ozone. In addition to its appearance as a secondary product of photochemical smog, ozone is formed naturally in the stir atmosphere by a series of photochemical reactions. The initiating step in the natural production of O3 is the photolysis of O2, producing oxygen[FONT=&quot][14][/FONT] atoms. These atoms react with O2, forming O3[FONT=&quot][15][/FONT] sodium hydroxides, settled down on the skin and penetrates in the nerves, resulting in bicarbonates dissolves and people gets Hb and iron deficiency,(Hb is nothing but alkali like Caustic) and the food they take with roasted oils works as a puller & packer towards the blood and the grease is never dissolved and floats in the blood, and taking away the heating elements of the oxygen, and form as cancer. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]To dissolve this grease, the European, consume alcohol. But it never works what they thick are correct but the application is wrong. When the air in thick in Europe woven closely with Nitrogen + Hydrogen + Carbon, which form a chain of Na OH + CO2↑ N+H+CO2 . [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]Chemistry of Skin
In human body is activated by
Jupiter, Venus and Saturn creates Vatha,(Nerves) the ether
Sun, mars, North and South Pole creates Pitha, (Bile) (for eyesight)
Venus and mars creates Khabha. (Lubricating Joints.) [FONT=&quot][16][/FONT].

Here the Mercury can also be pointed out as air, the wind. The planet responsible for the wind is Mercury, which transforms the rasa vibrations in the form of air through skin follicle.

The non protein constituents of the skin have received for less attention in both medical and leather research. Unfortunately, many of the findings of medical research are limited in their importance because of experimental planning and insufficient generality of the data support the interpretation of the results. The leather chemist must relay to a substantial degree on their findings for an up to date presentation of this phase of skin composition.

When a medicine is tested on mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, frogs and other animal, the scientists absorb the behavior of the internal organs. But they fail to notice or absorb the changes in the skin pattern. They pay less attention to make, or to study the skin pattern before applying the medicine / chemical and after injecting a chemical / medicine. They directly go into the tissues and psychology of the animal.

[FONT=&quot][1][/FONT] ) Subhash Kapoor, Ancient Indian Science Vol III Cosmo Publications, New Delhi 2003 p-746

[FONT=&quot][2][/FONT] ) Ajit Mookarjee and Madhu Khanna, Tantric Way, Art, Science and Ritual, New York Graphic
Society, Boston 1977 p-107

[FONT=&quot][3][/FONT] ) K.S.Subramanya sastry, Ed., Mayamatam (Sanskrit), Sarasvathi Mahal Library, Tanjore 1966,
Adyyaya V pp-20-22; ) Subhash Kapoor, Ancient Indian Science Vol III Cosmo Publications,
New Delhi 2003 p- 746

[FONT=&quot][4][/FONT] ) ) Subhash Kapoor, Ancient Indian Science Vol III Cosmo Publications, New Delhi 2003 p-746

[FONT=&quot][5][/FONT]) M.A.Ananthalwar, Indian Architecture Vol I Indian Book Gallery, New Delhi 1998 pp-46-47

[FONT=&quot][6][/FONT] ) Ajit Mookarjee and Madhu Khanna, Tantric Way, Art, Science and Ritual, New York Graphic
Society, Boston 1977 p-114

[FONT=&quot][7][/FONT] ) Ajit Mookarjee and Madhu Khanna, Tantric Way, Art, Science and Ritual, New York Graphic
Society, Boston 1977 p p-116

[FONT=&quot][8][/FONT] ) Samuel S Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, New York p-85

[FONT=&quot][9][/FONT] ) Samuel S.Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, Newyork 1972 pp-4-5

[FONT=&quot][10][/FONT] ) Samuel S.Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, Newyork 1972 p-115

[FONT=&quot][11][/FONT] ) Samuel S.Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, Newyork 1972 p-116

[FONT=&quot][12][/FONT] ) P.S.Shankar,Ed., Medicine is a science, V.K. Vijayan, Nitric Oxide and Lung, Akshara, Madras,
U.S.Vitamins (India) Ltd., Bombay 1995 pp-396-399

[FONT=&quot][13][/FONT] ) Samuel S.Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, Newyork 1972 p-117

[FONT=&quot][14][/FONT] ) Samuel S.Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, Newyork 1972 p-121

[FONT=&quot][15][/FONT] ) Samuel S.Butcher, Introduction to Air Chemistry, Academic Press, Newyork 1972 p- 122

[FONT=&quot][16][/FONT] ) Rama Iyengar, Kudumbha Jodhidam Tr Tamil, Little Flower Co, Chennai 1992 p-13

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