Many years ago, circa 600 BCE, a scientific treatise was written. The Grammar of the Sanskrit Language was crisply described by Panini. Sutras that were like code and a sort of computer program covered the entire Vykarana in less than 4000 statements.
In the beginning of the code was an amazing tool-kit consisting of 14 lines, that came to be known as the Maheshwar Sutras. Just as we have advanced chemical equations or mathematical formulae, so are these Maheshwar Sutras, also called the Shiva Sutras.
These Sutras are a special rearrangement of the Sanskrit Alphabet to cluster letters having some definite quality that can be used in WORD construction.
There are two primary objectives achieved
a) to define Arrays-of-Equivalence-of-Letters, and
b) to introduce the concept of Meta Tags.
Sound is an attribute of SPACE and the science behind sounds that construe the Alphabet is what it is all about. Certainly for the Scholar or a Pundit, an absolute treat.
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