LIST OF REFERENCES
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 Fritjof Capra highlights his East meets West doctrine in his famous “The Tao of Physics” – The Section III of this book is called ‘The Parallels’ – here the author compares mathematical formulae on one side with Sanskrit shlokas on the other….and asks are they equivalent ?
 In c.A.D. 825 an Arabian mathematician Mûsâ al-Khowârizmî borrowed from the works of Brahmguptä, a 7th century A.D. Indian mathematician, and the earlier Greeks to evolve ‘Hisab al-Jabr’. Four centuries later it became ‘Algebra’ in the West.
 Earlier in the century Einstein had used the same Complex Algebra to integrate the concepts of Space & Time……..x + i ct….where ‘x’ is the space variable, ‘c’ the speed of light and ‘t’ is the time variable
 In fact E.S. was a great believer in the Upanishads, he writes in his book “Mind and Matter” Pg.128 – “The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that world picture….There is obviously only one alternative, namely the unification of minds or consciousnesses. Their multiplicity is only apparent, in truth there is only one mind. This is the doctrine of the Upanishads.”… He goes onto say about this in another book “What is Life ?” … “The only possible alternative is simply to keep to the immediate experience that consciousness is a singular of which the plural is unknown; that there is only one thing and that what seems to be a plurality is merely a series of different aspects of this one thing, produced by a deception (the Indian MAJA) ; the same illusion is produced in a gallery of mirrors, and in the same way Gaurishanker and Mt Everest turned out to be the same peak seen from different valleys.”…. “Dating back some 2500 years or more from the early great Upanishads the recognition ATHMAN = BRAHMAN (the personal self equals the omnipresent, all-comprehending eternal self) was in Indian thought considered, far from blasphemous, to represent the quintessence of deepest insight into the happenings of the world.”