I took this picture 5~7 years ago.
Why do human beings wear necklace on their neck at all?
Why male wears necklace at all?
Why female wears necklace at all?
What’s the history of necklace?
Rudraksha beads were used by the ancient meditators. Rudraksha beads were taken as good luck. Rudraksha have lines(grooves, divisions) on it. Rudraksha with only one LINE is thought to be rare. I heard that ONE LINED Rudraksha is precious and miraculous.
Rudraksha’s average lines or groove on the surface is 5. Common type of Rudraksha has 5 divisions and those divisions are considered to be symbolic of the 5 faces of Shiva. Mostly, Rudraksha malas have been used by meditators, rishies and common people too.
Rudraksha’s shape is rounded like a small hard ball and quite hard to break. And it has LINE and HOLE. Rudraksha has hole so thread can connect to any number of other Rudrakshas through the hole. That might be the main reason to choose Rudraksha as the bead.
I was born in Himalayan country Nepal. There are many high himalayas. Out of worlds’s highest 10 peaks, there are highest 8 peaks in Nepal. I’m very happy where i was born. From my village house, i used to see Himalayas every day. I had planted many Rudraksha plants around my village house. I haven’t been to my village house for more than 15 years. Currently, no one lives in that house. Sometimes, i really want to go to my village house and want to relax by feeling the nature.
BUT, I DON’T GIVE UP UNTIL I BREAK THE BREAKABLE BEADS & BALLS.
I haven’t studied about Atomic Science but i can hit the Atom as a ball. If ATOM is the smallest point, then Pythagoras and Euclid also missed the hole or whole of the point.
αʹ. Σημεῖόν ἐστιν, οὗ μέρος οὐθέν.
1. A point is that of which there is no part.
It was first line of EUCLID’S ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY.
I think he had missed hole or whole in the point. While drawing line, if you meet the hole or rugged point then you can’t draw the line up to the circumference of the circle.
If the Greek explanation of ATOM is indivisible. Then let’s see how Atomic Science breaks the ATOM into many parts or divisions.
As a small pond reflects the vast sky, so the PART is also the WHOLE. Pythagoras learnt from Egypt to Asia. He must have learnt paradoxical phenomena from Asia. Pythagoras had created mathematical, mystical, religious and scientific society. He did his best to explain the paradox of PART and WHOLE but his followers were murdered.
So, Euclid missed the significant point in his first line about the point.
Non-Euclidian mathematicians are different but they also didn’t think about the paradox of part and whole as it is.
Rudraksha beads are the origin of all other beads which also includes BEADS of ABACUS. ABACUS is the foundation of computation & computer technology.
So, Rudraksha beads were the founding blocks of COMPUTING too.
I learnt meditation. But I’m not like other monks or sannyasins who only live in the monastery. I enjoy every type of situation in my life.
In the ancient mythology, many rishies, meditators wore BEADS on their many parts of body.
Rudraksha is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the name Rudra (“Shiva”) & Aksha (“Eyes”).
Rudraksha is derived from two words Rudra (रुद्र) and Aksha (अक्ष).
Shiva was the true origin of Rudraksha beads. Later, Buddha broke all those beads and he again gave beads to his followers. His followers are still wearing mala beads. They are still counting the beads. It’s nice to remember. It’s nice to remind the importance of mala beads.
Ancient rishis, meditators had worked upto the Atomic Level of an Element. So, they chose BEADS in so many purposes.
I would like to give special thanks to Shiva & Buddha.
I would also like to thank to those who wore beads and malas.
I would like to give special thanks to my friends.
I would like to thank to myself.
I would like to thank to everyone.
I would like to thank to everything.
Beads are like Atomic Balls. Beads are the evolutionary factors in the development of human intelligence.
#Mala (Garland, necklace, chain, range)
#Beads, Abacus & Computation
#Paradox of whole and part
Date: 2014-01-12 pm 7:00