Thursday, September 14, 2017

Calculation - Differential Calculus - चलन-कलन - chalan-kalan


English is a very bad in what is being written and what is being spoken.  It is language of ancients from England who did not understand Sanskrit so well.  In Sanskrit there are 52 letters and rules to make new letters and words, and morphing of sounds.  In Ancient Times, the Science of Music was closely related to learning how to make sounds that meant by words.

च" is ch but becomes "c(a)" as "a" is ambiguous sound.

न" is na and ending for Active Present Participle.
"चल" becomes "cal"

कल" remains "cal" but knowing the subject, I think it is connected with slope, "कूल" got corrupted.

Repeating sounds to convey words meaning what it sounds like when making is called "
onomatopoeia" and here is a past post.  It could be that there was a practice of sounding the bell or water clock, and these sounds were "kal"-"kal" sounding.

In the past I parsed "Calculus" like this:

The reason being "kul" also means  movment  "to accumulate , collect Dha1tup. xx , 12 ; to be of kin , behave as a kinsman ib. ; to proceed continuously or without interruption ib. ; to count "

Calculus originated in India (check on Cambridge Paper on the subject), and it was used to keep the Almanac for Farming, Astronomy for Religious Purposes, and Ca lander, all inter-related.

Calculation has "cal-cal" sound with it.

In Differential Callculus Slope is very important.  The foundation of it goes back to Indians using "Differences" and "Interpolation" to calculate the Sin of things like 1 degree.