The Enigma Of The Universe : (A) SAṂKHYĀTA (NUMERABLE OR COUNTABLE NUMBER)

Published: 25.03.2015
Updated: 02.07.2015

The number[1] one (or 1) is not counted as a numerable number, because the numerable number is that integer which increases by squaring. But square of 1 is only 1. Hence, the numerable number (integer) starts with two (or 2).

The Saṃkhyāta numbers (integers) are further classified into three categories:

1. Jaghanya Saṃkhyāta (J. S.) - Minimum numerable number.

2. Madhyama Saṃkhyāta (M. S.) - Middle numerable number.

3. Utkṛṣṭa Saṃkhyāta (U. S.) - Maximum numerable number.

The minimum numerable number is two (2).

The middle numerable numbers are three (3) upto 'maximum numerable number' minus one - (U. S.-1).

Now we consider the maximum numerable number

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Title: The Enigma Of The Universe

Publisher: JVB University Ladnun

English Edition: 2010

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