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ANCIENT ORIENTAL INSTINCTS ON, TELEPHONYWIRELESS TECHNOLOGY

AND TELEVISION: RECONSTRUCTING AN ALGORITHM OF THE ANCIENT


TECHNOLOGIES

A
Thesis
Submitted to the
Department of Technology
By Jagendra Bahadur Chhantyal
At Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston USA

For
The Requirement of the degree of Master of Technology
Submitted in
Partial fulfillment Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
On the 13th October 2009
Abstracts
My 2011 thesis treats on the practical implications of those forgotten
possibilities of the past that originated in the holy land of ancient Bharatavarsha-the
territory of united south Asia today. Had we paid an instant attention to these
ancient science "fictions", it would not be America but either Nepal or India as a
pioneering country to invent and use television, internet and wireless technology
that is dominating the field of artificial intelligence (AI) today.

At the core of my thesis is the most ignored and taken for granted hints of
early AI mentioned in the oriental Sanskrit Literature. The oriental literature is the
epicenter of many pre-historical evidences that brings in light the most advanced
and latest technology and weaponry that humanity has been enjoying ,suffering
from and exercising it in day to day demeanor .Difficult as it is for a non-Aryan to
chew and digest the vast and rich linguistic riches inherent in the ancient Sanskrit
Texts, obviously it has splendid continents of maze and mysteries yet unfathomed
and unconquered. The thesis reiterates that history's true object of study is human
mind and it is reflected through their written or verbal saga that is mixed with
indicative dictions, imaginative fictions and even sometimes practically funny
fantasy. Roads towards new inventions remain the same unless someone widens
them with a proper process (algorithm), with proper technology (coding) and
precision analysis. The ancestors of the modern day Hindi ,Nepali, Gujarati,
Maratha, Tamil, Telegu, Bangla,Punjabi,Malyalam,Assamese and Oria was
Sanskrit in which a diligent reader can trace out the earliest human instincts on
television, telephony and even wireless technology embedded with the unpolished
bedrocks of tribal, inter-racial wars at large. In due course of time ,after not many
centuries but millennia such bright ideas of our ancestors both on communication
and weaponry followed by conceptual development of aerodynamics was forsaken
on oblivion. Pedantry and reciting of the Holy books remained the main stream
tradition while scientific and technological researchers were either totally
discouraged, abandoned or left in tandem.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1
0.The concept of orient and occident to denote east and west from a mean point.....1
1. The Ancient People...............................................................................................38
2. Ancient numerals 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9....................................................................46
3. Forgotten (oriental) instincts embedded in Sanskrit 86
4. The Mahabharata and the first conceptual instinct of television..... ....................97
5. Krishna Leela reveals the first concept of TV and internet............................99
5.1. The ingenuity of Krishna..................................................... 120
5.2. The maker of first Television and his team................................ 124
5.3. The first schematics of the television set................................125
6. Sanjay: The First TV Anchor broadcasts................................................... 136
6.1. The Mahabharata war at Kuru Region: an epitome of
prehistoric first world war 157
6.2. An schematic of the first TV.................................................. 178
6.3. Dhritrastra at the CENTCOM ............................................. 190
7. Kamsha receives Akashavanee about his ultimate fate...............................200
7.1. Akashvanee: The prototype telephone system synched
with wireless capability..............................................................222
7.2 .The Schematics of the Akashvanee used in warning the
evil Maternal Uncle ............................................................. 235
7.3. The hardware and software aspects..........................................240

Part 2. Reconstructing an algorithm...................................................................... 250


1.1. The communication system used in the war................................................255
1.2. Reestablishing the hardware set..................................................................262
1.3. Rewriting the firmware ........................................................................... 272
1.4. Rewriting the driver/software.................................................................. 275
1.5. The finishing/coating of the hardware..........................................................285
Part 3. The forgotten Intra/internet and its saga.........................................................290
1.1. The ancient intranet used in royal palaces..................................................296
1.2. The Celestial Internet and its uses in warfare............................................300
Part4.TheRamayan Era Communication system............................................................325
1.1. The ballistic missiles used in the war...............................................................336
1.2. The art of aeronautics in the Rawana Era............................................. 344
1.3. Diplomacy of Bhivishana to save Lanka...................,,,.......................... 350
Part5.The Epilogue................................................................................................360
1.1. The United South Asia would be the first technological hub
if paid due homage to the instincts..................................................... 364
1.2. The Germans and our concepts............................................................. 367
1.3. The German Scientists and their credit to us............................................... 375
1.4. Revival of science and technology in our region........................................380
Bibliography.................................................................................................................. 390
Primary
Resources......................................................................................................................397
Secondary
Resources..................................................................................................................400
Online
Resources/libraries/archives....................................................................................410