Tuesday, February 28, 2012

#SiriBhuvalaya [#Siribhoovalaya] - Highly Alpha-Numeric Maths in Kannada


SiriBhuvalaya / Siribhoovalaya [ಸಿರಿಭೂವಲಯ / सिरिभूवलय] is a Grantha reformed by Kumudendu Muni near 1275 A.D. His Guru Parampara is like this: " Prathama Ganadhara, Vrushabha Sena, Kesari Sena, Vajra Chamara, Charu Sena, Vajra Sena, Adatta Sena, Jalaja Sena, Datta Sena, Vidarbha Sena, Naaga Sena, Kunthu Sena, Dharma Sena, Mandara Sena, Jaya Sena, Saddharma Sena, Chakra Bandha, Swayambhoo Sena, Kumbha Sena, Vishaala Sena, Malli Sena, Soma Sena, Varadatta Muni, SwayampraBharati, IndraBhuti Vipra 24 mainly", then "Vayu Bhuti, Agni Bhuti, Sudharma Sena, Arya Sena, Mundi Putra, Maitreyi Sena, Akampana Sena, Andhara Guru", lastly "PrabhaavaSena named HaraShivaShankara Ganitajna" who wins Vaakhyartha Gosti in Vaaranasi and creates an epic named "Paahuda" & gets the Ganadhara award. He says his Vamshavali as "Sena Guna - Jnatavamsha - Saddharma Gotra - Shri Vrushabha Sutra - Drvyaanga ShaaKe - Ikshwaaku Vamsha".

Being from a Jaina tradition he proudly announces that starting from Adi Teerthankara VrushabhaDeva's Ganadhara named "Vrushabha Sena", all Ganadharas are "Kannadigaas". There was a thought that collective information of Divya Vaanis from all the Teerthankara's should be available for all. On rigorous analysis they found that only Kannada has the power to encode those Divya Vaani! He quotes it as "SarvaBhaashamayee Karmaata Kavya".


History of Siribhoovalaya

Adi Teerthankara Vrushabha had two daughters. At the time of his liberation from worldly body, gives Sakala Saamraajya to his elder wife Yashaswati's son 'Bharata' and Paudanapura to younger wife's son 'Gommata'. Then daughters asks to give some gift which remains permanently. Vrushabha Teerthankara envisions their Karma and decides to give ultimate knowledge source to them. Then he makes his elder daughter "Brahmi" to sit on his left lap, from his right thumb on her left palm writes the 16 swaraksharas, 9 x 3 Hraswa, Deergha, Pluta Swaras = 27, 25 Vargeeya Vyanjanaaksharas, 8 Avargeeya Vyanjanaaksharas, 4 Ayogovaaha's; totally 64 Aksharas in Kannada Varnamaala and announces that this will be famous by her name "Brahmi". He blesses that for all the languages these are sufficient.

Another daughter named "Sundhari" was made to sit on his right lap, from his left thumb, on her right palm writes the Bindhu "0", dividing it by two diagonal bisectors, expands it to numerals from 1-9, recombines all to "0", integrates them to show it as "1". These numerals when written according to a special sequence, it is enough to count the atom and inter atomic particles of this Universe. He says to Sundhari that these Numerals (Ankas) are also Aksharas. To avoid distinctions among the daughters he gives a proof that Brahmi's Aksharas are Sundhari's Ankas and vice versa. All groups of shabdas, individual Dwanis, converting individual Dwanis to Akshara Sanjnyas and creates the matrices of numerals called "Chakra Bandha" and recalls its name as "Samasta Shabdaagama Shastra".

This knowledge was known to Gommata but not to Bharata. For Kingdom, there was a clash between brothers which lead to 8 wars in which Gommata wins. But he gets Vairagya, enlightened by the Dharmic thought that ruling the elder brother's kingdom is Adharmic & doesn't suit to the pride of his family and leaves his whole kingdom to Bharata. Then Bharata also confesses for his mistakes and requests Gommata to enlighten him with Jnana. Mokshagaami Bahubali was sacrificial in nature. So he had already left 3 among 'Aahara, Abhaya, Bhaishajya & Shastra' and thought that let him gift the Shastra to Bharata. All these took place in the war field and there itself within approximately 46 minutes, Gommata creates this Numerical Poetry having ultimate knowledge. Encodes this in a chakra having 51025000 + 5000 = 51030000 Dalas, Ankas, Aksharas. This is also called as "Karana Sutra" in Jaina Puranas.

Gowtama Gunadhara first divides Bhuvalaya into 12 parts called "Dwadashanga Veda". Normally Jain Historians predict Mahaveera's age as 2479 B.C. So this can be atleast 5000 years old, which validates existence of Kannada before that.

It is there in discussion that after Mahaveera, Buddha deva's rule and a person named "NiggaThanaata putta" and Bauddha Granthas prescribe him as 'Naatha Putra Mahaveera'. By the summery of lot of discussions among historians and references from our Gurus from Naatha Parampara, I would predict that Jainism has evolved from Naatha Sampradaaya. Unlike now, Naathas were the pure followers of Veda. So a Natha Guru said me that existing SiriBhuvalaya is just the outlier of the whole work. All are selfish enough to misuse it just for their worldly affairs and may lead to the destruction of the world. So most of the work has been lost inside the dimensions of Nature.

Kumudendu lived in Yalavalli near Bengaluru. Now the available copy of literature is from a place called Doddabele which is 20 Km from Yalavalli. Its in  between Bengaluru-Tumkuru. There was a Vidwamsa named Dharanendra Pandit who read Bhuvalaya's shlokas just by reading the numerals. From Bhuvalaya he was explaining Vaidya, Jyotisha, Ganita, Loha Shastra, Anu Shastra, Tatva Shastra, Bhaasha Shastra etc., to the people. Also installed a laboratory for the same in Bengaluru at that time. He died in 1918, after which his relative Sri Yellappa Shastry got the Bandara of Bhuvalaya. Even though he faced the problems of poverty, he fought for SiriBhuvalaya and made it famous among lot of scholars, researchers and got appreciation from Rastrapati Sri Babu Rajendraprasad also. Sri Yellappa Shastry found decoding sequence in Kannada, Prakruta, Samskruta, Ardha Maagadhi, Paali, Shoora Seni, Laada, Telugu, Tamil etc., So he is called as Gunadhara of Kumadendu Muni.

Importance of Siribhuvalaya as a Literature

Siribhuvalaya's system of "Ankaakshara Ganita" has the power to be hold of all the languages encoded in it. In this Bhuvalaya kaavya, under 3 interlinked series of Prakruta, Samskruta, Kannada, all the other Bhaashas could be bound together like a garland that has fragrance of all the Bhaasha named flowers; just in a thread named "Kannada". There emerges atleast 718 Bhaashas from this. 

Sarvabhaashamayi Karmata mainly has "Karnaata, Maagadha, Maalava, Laata, Gowda, Gurjara" these 6 x 3 = 18 Main Bhaashas named "Brahmi, Yavana, Uparikaa, Varaatikaa, VajeeKassavikaa, Prabhaaraatrikaa, Ucchataarikaa, Pustikaa, Bhoogayavatta, Vedanatikaa, Nihantikaa, Anka, Ganita, Gaandarva, Adarsha, Maheshwari, Damaa, Bolidi". 

Among 718 Bhaashas under Karmaata, he lists so many languages like Prakruta, Samskruta, Dravida, Andra, Mahaarastra, Malayaala, Gurajara, Anga, Kalinga, Kaashmeera, Kaambhoja, Hammira, Shauraseni, Vaali, TEbati, Vangi, Vanga, Brahmi, Vijayaardha, Padma, Vaidarbhya, Vaishali, Saurastra, Kharostri, Nirostra, Apabhramshika, Paishachika, Raktaakshara, Arista, Ardhamaagadhi, etc., 

Also has "Arasa, Paarasa, Saaraswata, Baarasa, Vasha, Maalava, Laata, Gowda, Maagadha, Vihaara, Utkala, Kanyakubja, Varaaha, Vaisharamana, Vedaanta, Chitrakaara " and also vivid Bhaashas like "Yakshi, Raakshasi, Hamsa, Bhoota, Oohiyaa, Yavanaani, Turki, Dramila, Saindhava, MaalavaNeeya, Keeriya, Devanaagari, Laada, Paarashi, Amittika, Chaanaakya, Mooladevi etc., In a base 9 system of sequence of Kannada everything is encoded!!

Siribhuvalaya: A Sample Input Matrix called as Chakra in Siribhuvalaya [Self Coded]


SiriBhoovalaya's Bhaasha, Bandha & Chandas

Kumudendu quotes that he had started encoding words of Mahaveera in South-Northern or old & new styles of Kannada. A reference of the same has been made by his Shishya was Amoghavarsha Nrupatunga who is the author of "Kaviraaja Marga" noted to be oldest Kannada epic. He had taken all the care such that even though its made from Kannada, it spans all the languages. This Kavya with 'Taala, & Laya' commutes 6000 Sutras in 6 Lakh Shlokas.

Kumudendu uses a Chandas called "ChattaNa" (ChatuSthana) having 4 divisions usually found in Kannada as "Saangatyas". After 12th Adhyaya, he had used a variation called "BedanDe" having inner poetry series in the form of "Dandaka" which was used in Prose Literature before Nrupatunga. Also experts say that it may have Tripadi Ragale" also.

Bandha is a particular series of encoding one subject inside the other. To impose these 718 Bhaashas inside Kannada, he uses several Bandhas. In Shreni Bandha it decodes in Kannada. If one reads these from top to bottom, it produces Prakruta Kavya. If read from 27th Akshara downwards, it gives Samskruta Kavya. Similarly according to the viewpoint it generates kavyas in different languages. Poet names some of the Bhandas like: "Chakra, Hamsa, Padma, Shuddha, Navamaaka, Vara Padma, Maha Padma, Dweepa, Saagara, Palya, Ambu, Sarasa, Shalaaka, Shreni, Anka, Loka, Romakupa, Krouncha, Mayura, Seemateeta, Kaamanapada padma, NaKha, Seemateeta Lekhkha, etc., "


Siribhoovalaya: A Sample Path Matrix called as a Chakra Bandha in Siribhuvalaya [Self Coded]


SiriBhuvalaya in Dharmic View

Ruk spoken by Manuja, Divija & Danujas |
Go BramaNeBhyaha Shubamastu | Jina Dharma Siddhirastu ||
3 Pearls named Adi Adwaita, Dwitiya Dwaita, Aneekaanta in Truteeya Dwaitaadwaita in Anka |
Gives a calculation and says '0' for Brahmi, then some "Yasha" named Anka for Rigveda, how to achieve Adwaita Dharmaikhya among different Shastras ||

He astonishes by his & his team member's Vidwat in a Bedende:-
"Tarka, Vyakaranakar, Chandassu, Nighantu, Alankaara, Kavya dharar, Naataka Astangar | Ganita Jyotishkar, Sakala Shastrigal, Vidhyadi Sampannar, Great experiences like ever flowing River, In that Loka trayaagrar, Gaarava Virodhar, Sakala Mahii Mandalaacharyar, Tharkika Chakravarti, Sadvidhya Chaturmukhar, ShatTar kaVinodar, Naiyyayika Vaadipar, in that Vaisheeshikavam, BhaaShya Prabhaakararu, Meemansa Vidhyadhararu, Saamudrika Bhuvalayar"
He also astonishes by saying that he had encoded whole Bagavadgeeta from old Bharata named JayaKhyana, which is assumed to be lost in modern times. A reference to the same reads as:
अथ व्यास मुनीन्द्रोपदिष्ट जयाख्यानान्तर्गत गीता द्वितीयोध्यायः ||
It is said that Geeta was said by Nemi to Krishna then to Arjuna which has all philosophical formulas.

Existence of SiriBhoovalaya

There are different Agamas in Sanatana Bharatha. "ShatKhandaagama" is one among them. It is considered as base of Jaina Agamas (84) as listed by Kumudendu. Summary of this agama is presented in SiriBhuvalaya. As for as the name is concerned, his place was "Yalava Bhu" reverse of which is Bhuvalaya. Available copy has 56 Adhayas. 1-64 numerals are coded for 64 letters of Kannada. Then all the numerals were filled according to a pattern in a 27 x 27 = 729 Celled matrix called Chakras. Out of 16000, 1270 chakras are remaining.

Siribhoovalaya: Akshara Bandha, the alphabetic matrix substituted for the above input matrix. [Excerpt from my Intermediate Analysis]


Conclusion

The work is, indeed, an encyclopedia in its own way. He who plans such an encyclopedia has first himself to be treasure house of information and knowledge. He needs to be endowed with a computer like brain. He must have the gift of a superb orderly mind. He has to be creative, and needs the boon of a powerful imagination. And, even if the enterprising genius is adequately endowed in all these ways, what immense patience and effort does such a work demand! In terms of time, effort and energy, this must have been a most taxing endeavor. We feel both admiration and gratitude when we realize the magnitude and the complexity of the task that Kumudendu Muni undertook.

Kannadigas, I am not the marketing or advertising the book. It is really worth to have such a great epic in your personal library. Who knows, your child or grand child or any one blessed with great mind structure could Decipher it and unleash the knowledge to the world.

Some of the Excerpts from SiriBhoovalaya


Siribhuvalaya: Sample Decoding of Poetry from an Alphabetical Matrix

Siribhuvalaya: A snapshot of the software interface being developed elsewhere.

Siribhoovalaya: Sample Kannada Poems originated by reading the Akshara Bandha according to Chakra Bandha Sutra.

2 comments:

  1. Nice Article Hemanth! on SiriBhoovalaya.
    Where can I get a copy of this book.

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    1. Thank you. It's from Pustaka Prakaashana, Bangalore. May be available in leading book stalls also.

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