Vedanta and Mathematics

Gregory Goode goode at DPW.COM
Tue Feb 24 07:55:44 CST 1998

Greetings Ram,

Great historical anecdotes/insights!


At 10:11 AM 2/23/98 -0500, Ram Chandran wrote:
>Greetings Nanda:
>You are absolutely. Arabs were great merchants who came to India for the
>spices. Those who read the Aesop fables carefully, they can notice that
>the animals Lion, etc. that are refered in those fables do not
>correspond to Arabian countries. Those fables have more in common to the
>Panchatantra stories and certainly should have come from India. The
>arabian merchants were smart business people who took the spices, the
>numerals and the stories from India.  They cherished the values of the
>goods that they took from India and shared with the rest of the world.
>The great Nalanda University situated near Patna was a World University
>with students coming from all over Asia. The historical facts about
>Nalanda was well documented by early chinese visitors.  We have to blame
>ourselves for not keeping historical facts of ancient history in written

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