# Ravana – that decent guy. really ?

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Gems from Ramayana

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Gems from Ramayana   The real reason why Ravana did not use force on Sita devi. Taken from conversation between Ravana and his step brother Mahaparshva – महापार्श्व निबोध त्वम् रहस्यम् किंचिदात्मनः | चिरवृत्तम् तदाख्यास्ये यदवाप्तम् पुरा मया || “O, Mahaparsva! Know a little secret […]

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# Why Indians are good in software ?

I’m prompted to write this article, after I read this piece of information from a blog – Once the founder of Infosys, NarayanaMurthy was asked this question -“Why are Indians good at software”? He answers as, “we are grateful to the British who came and taught us math, and science and software, that’s why we […]

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# Sylvester–Gallai theorem – the intuitive proof

This article presents an effort to use Induction in geometry to prove Sylvester Gallois Theorum. Theorem statement can be viewed here For the proof, let us rephrase the theorem as follows – (1) Given a finite set of points in Euclidian space such that any line passing through two of the points passes through at […]

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# Speed of Light, Parallel Universes and the “Try-Catch-Block”

The possibility of parallel universes hinted by modern physics is always fascinating to think about. Needless to say, it is difficult to imagine a “parallel” universe ( If our universe has no limits, then how can there be another space-time in parallel ! ) We need an approach to put all these together in such […]

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# Discovering the Physics code…

We all hope that one day physics would have an explanation for all that we see around us, all that exists, and all that would ever exist. But is the current scope of physics large enough to provide a unified law which can define everything ? Should something very important and very prevalent, but not […]

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