Have you ever heard about,"The Golden Ratio"?
The Golden Ratio or Phi(Greek) is a mathematical ratio of nature. Mother Nature is the most exquisite artist in herself.

&Its this Phi she uses to create all the beauty in World.
If anyone uses this ratio correctly in their art,it can turn into a spell-binding piece of work.Such is the significance of'Phi'.But my thread isn't about it.Its about somethin called'Fibonacci Series'&who actually made it
Phi is related to Fibonacci series(0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34...)
&this series is responsible for everything dat is beautiful on this planet. Just try to calculate the ratio of any 2 successive numbers ÷ each of them by the number before it in above infinite series.
E.g. 3/2=1.5, 5/3=1.666, 8/5=1.6, 34/21=1.61904 and so on. Did you notice something? The ratio is coming almost same every time. This ratio is called 'Phi 'which is numerically represented as 1:1.618. This Golden Spiral is made in exact proportion of 1:1.618.
The thing I want to emphasize here is that we always find only those things appealing and attractive that have Phi. It's in our subconscious. Isn't it some revelation? We are the part of this Divine proportion of the God or the Mother Nature. Check these:
Modern architects, artists etc. Know about it and that's how they create the modern marvels but even the ancient artists,architects etc. knew about it and that's how they built all those wonders which we still can't stop gushing about.
Now, the question emerges, 'Who discovered this Divine ratio of universal significance on mankind?' We have studied it in our Schools that an Italian scientist named Leonardo Fibonacci gave the concept of this numerical series in 13th century CE. But did he really do it???
The answer most certainly is no. Fibonacci series goes back to more than 2500 yrs ago and it's origin lies in ancient Indian language of Sanskrit.The ancient Indian Rishis &scholars remembered and propagated their knowledge through Sanskrit poetry which made it easy to remember.
2nd century BCE Bharat was ahead of its times in everything.Let it be Science, Mathematics, Astronomy, Astrology , Literature, Philosophy etc, you name it and the ancient Indians knew it. Sanskrit was the most ideal language to share the knowledge right from the Vedic times.
But to make the composition of the Poetry was not that easy a task. To make it easy, beautiful and pleasant to ears something called 'The Sanskrit Prosody' was formed. 'Sanskrit Prosody' or 'the Chhanda Shastra' as the ancient Indians used to call it is a framework of poetry.
This framework uses natural rhythms and pleasant arrangement of tones to create what we call 'Chhanda' in Sanskrit or 'Verse 'in English &hence the term 'Chhanda Shastra' came into being. And this Shastra has its foundations in the mathematical concept known as Fibonacci Sequence
Chhanda Shastra was engineered by an ancient Indian Sage called Pingala. Have you ever heard about him? I m quite sure the answer would be no. Let's get to know him a little.
Rishi Pingala was a 4th century BCE Indian Mathematician and Sanskrit Grammarian.
There are not many specifications available as far as the birth and death of Pingala Rishi is concerned. But what is known about him with evidenced records is that his contributions in the fields of Maths, Science & Literature during the Vedic period were very vast and great.
Many scholars identify him as the younger brother of Panini, a 4th century BCE grammarian and some identify him as the 2nd century BCE scholar called Patanjali. These links are still to be proved but what we know surely with records is that he created 'Chhanda Shastra'.
Pingala's 'Chhanda Shastra' is believed to be the most ancient Sanskrit treatise on prosody. His greatest contributions in the field of Maths include Pascal's Triangle, Binomial Theorem & Fibonacci sequence called as 'Maatra Meru'.
'ChhandaShastra' on 'Sanskrit Prosody' is most exquisite literary masterpiece created by him. Its further extended to the concept of a Pyramid,stacked numbers dat we know by name,'Pascal's Triangle'.But it wasn't the name used by Pingala obviously.He called it 'Meru Prasastara'.
'Meru Prasastara' was a stack of numbers in a Triangle that converged to the Golden Ratio. Halayudha is particularly known for his commentary on Pingala's Meru Prasastara which stands for the staircase to 'Mount Meru' referred to as 'the centre of Hindu civilization'.
There r detailed mentions of Pingala's Chhanda Shastra made by ancient Indian scholars for their respective fields of art.Fibonacci series was used by ancient Indian musicians,poets &architects alike.Astronomer Varamihira used it in his work related to Binomial coefficients.
Acharaya Hemraj strengthened Rishi Pingala's legacy 1000 yrs ago.
The legitimate question is how come the 'Meru Prasastara' of Pingala became world famous as 'Pascal's Triangle' and how come 'Maatra Meru' of Pingala came to be known as 'Fibonacci Series' worldwide.
And this happened not only with Pingala, it has happened with many other ancient Indian Rishis also who have been discredited of the major works they did in the fields of Maths,Science etc.Did this happen bcoz of the raids &ultimately conquest of Bharatvarsh by the western powers
I think so. These forces came to our Motherland, termed us uncivilized, looted our wealth, stole our scriptures, took it back, copied everything and propagated it as theirs. That's what happened. But it must be corrected now. What belongs to us must be returned to us.
What all we have been discredited for, must be accredited to us. It's a universal truth that Bharatvarsh is the source of civilization and all knowledge of the world and it is being proved slowly but steadily.
It's also time for the Indian education system to teach its youth the true history of Bharatvarsh and make them feel proud of their country's lost heritage and ancestral wisdom.

Jai Bharatvarsh 🙏
Jaitu Sanatan 🙏

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