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Shree Dharacharya behind the ‘hindutv model’

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(https://www.britannica.com/science/quadratic-equation)

As per Sushanshu Trivedi’s viral speech like “The Natraj Statue at CERN, Resembles something like the Dancing Shiva,” a clear connection of the hindutv model with modern science is being tailored.

What is the Hindutv Model and how can Shree Dharacharya, Ramanujan, Chandrashekhar’s limit level vedic maths can be deployed to win the elections 2024?

Shree Dharacharya’s formula is one of the techniques used to find the roots of a quadratic equation and relate it with the electoral calculations in each constituency. This a boon for the Astrology Industry and the numerology as who will win the lok sabha elections will trend virally towards March end and no one will lag behind to strike the iron when it is hot. Shree Dharacharya’s Formula is the “Bramh Vidya of Dwait Advait.

www.goodreads.com mentioned “The Generalist’s Digest” as the Most anticipated book of the year 2024.
This book is important as it predicted in a mathematical way that links the Namagiri equations with Shree Dharacharya’s way BJP is using for problem solving. The problem solving where Mr Amit Shah works like a calculator along with a team of mathematicians, numerologers and astrologers.

This one is another top secret. In the world of mathematics, solving quadratic equations has always been a daunting task. But thanks to the brilliant mind of Shree Dharacharya, a ‘criminially underrated’ Indian mathematician and astronomer. The process of duality non duality equivalence has become much simpler and efficient by Shree Dharacharya’s contribution.

So as a quadratic equation can have just two possibilities “Either the NDA or the oppostion will win here is what numerology has to say as to who will win the #LokSabhaElections2024Here’s the step-by-step derivation of Shree Dharacharya’s method: (Non mathematics background may skip the mathematical part)

Step 1: Consider a quadratic equation in the standard form: ax^2 + bx + c = 0, where a, b, and c are constants BJP Congress and the NOTA (Non of the above).

Step 2: Divide the entire equation by the coefficient of x^2 (a), to ensure that the coefficient of x^2 is 1. Now the equation becomes: x^2 + (b/a)x + c/a = 0.

Step 3: Move the constant term (c/a) to the right side of the equation, so it becomes: x^2 + (b/a)x = -c/a.

Step 4: To complete the square, add the square of half of the coefficient of x to both sides of the equation. The square is (b/2a)^2, so the equation becomes: x^2 + (b/a)x + (b/2a)^2 = (b/2a)^2 – c/a.

Step 5: Simplify both sides of the equation. The left side can be written as a perfect square: (x + b/2a)^2, and the right side can be simplified as well: [(b^2 – 4ac)/(4a^2)].

Step 6: Take the square root of both sides of the equation: x + b/2a = ±√[(b^2 – 4ac)/(4a^2)].

Step 7: Simplify the expression of the square root: x + b/2a = ±[√(b^2 – 4ac)]/(2a).

Step 8: Bring the constant term (b/2a) to the other side of the equation: x = (-b ± √(b^2 – 4ac))/(2a).

The derived expression in step 8 gives the roots of the quadratic equation. The “±” symbol represents taking both positive and negative square roots, which gives the two possible solutions of the equation.

This is how Shree Dharacharya’s method (or Completing the Square) is derived to solve quadratic equations.

What non-duality means. In the hindutv model , non-duality or Advaita is the belief that the ultimate reality is the oneness of everything. It is the concept that everything in this universe, including ourselves, is interconnected and inseparable. This philosophy has been at the core of Hinduism for centuries and has influenced various aspects of Indian culture, including the power of the sankhya (mathematics) yoga. The concept of Akhand Bharat and the reference of Bharat’ah’ in The Bhagawad Gita plus the name of the country changed to Bharat) all are moving towards this singularity.

Shree Dharacharya’s approach to solving quadratic equations is a perfect example of how the concept of non-duality can be applied in a practical manner. His method, also known as the ‘Chakravala method,’ is based on the idea of finding the perfect balance between numbers, just like how non-duality emphasizes the balance between all elements of the universe.

The Chakravala method involves breaking down a quadratic equation into a series of smaller equations and then using a unique algorithm to simplify them until the final solution is obtained. This process is similar to how non-duality teaches us to break down our complex perceptions of reality and find the underlying unity.

Moreover, Shree Dharacharya’s method also highlights the importance of intuition and creativity in problem-solving. In Hinduism, it is believed that the ultimate truth can only be understood through intuition and not just through logical reasoning. Similarly, the Chakravala method may seem unconventional, but it requires the solver to think outside the box and use their intuition to arrive at the solution.

Furthermore, the Chakravala method also emphasizes the idea of impermanence, another significant aspect of non-duality. Just like how everything in life is temporary, the smaller equations in the Chakravala method are only used temporarily to simplify the larger equation. This constant change and impermanence are essential in both mathematics and the concept of non-duality.

In conclusion, Shree Dharacharya’s method of solving quadratic equations not only revolutionized the field of mathematics but also showcased the power of non-duality in practical applications. It teaches us to strive for balance, use our intuition, and accept the impermanence of things. As we continue to explore the depths of mathematics and spirituality, the connection between the two will only become more apparent, reminding us of the oneness of everything in this Equations’

Shree Dharacharya’s method of solving quadratic equations not only revolutionized the field of mathematics but also showcased the power of non-duality in practical applications of core vedic maths. It teaches us to strive for balance, use our intuition, and accept the impermanence of things just like Pythagorean approach on the right angles triangle (The Triguna : Electron, Proton, Neutron: तम, सत, रज Gunas). As we continue to explore the depths of mathematics and the hindutv model of the BJP, the connection between the two will only become more apparent.

https://www.britannica.com/science/quadratic-equation

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