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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2017
So beautiful :D

BTW, you know what moksha means? ;)
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palshu Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you! :)
Yes, I know what that means, that is why I named it "Moksha" :D . Moksha is a Sanskrit word which has a deep meaning. Moksha means to be free from those bonds that enslave us; It is a state of profound peace and great wisdom. It is the ultimate happiness that comes when we are liberated from finding pain or pleasure in impermanent objects. :) A synonym of Moksha that most people might have heard of is "Nirvana".
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2017
My very pleasure :)
:D :clap: Regarding old Indian Sanskrit grammar, check out my journals,

The zero(s) of Panini and the mathematical zero(Note, there are no diacritical signs for transcriptions of Sanskrit words in this journal)
Panini (long a both i short) lived in the northwestern India about 500 BC and composed the oldest preserved grammar in the history. More about his grammar for the classical language in India, Sanskrit, can be read of in,
Panini
Wikipedia on Panini
Modern computer owes its origin to Panini
Panini's Grammar and Computer Science  
This journal will be restricted to deal with some similarities between the grammatical zero(s) of Panini and the mathematical zero.
A word (pada) in Sanskrit according to Panini is something that either ends on a finite
  and  Hyperlinks in Old Indian Sanskrit Grammar(Note, there are no diacritical signs for transcriptions of Sanskrit words in this journal)
In this journal I will compare the similarities between hypertext for linking in HTML documents and the use of anubandhas in ancient Indian Sanskrit grammar for about 2 500 years ago. The Sanskrit word “anubandha” means ‘connection’, ‘link’. A part of this journal will therefor also be an instruction of how to  make hypertext links in your comments (for those of you who don't know), making the messages to look somewhat more nice :) But first an introduction,
Introduction:
Panini (long a both i short) lived in the northwestern India about 500 - 300 BC and composed the oldest preserved grammar in the history. His grammar, called “Ashtadhyayi” 'the 8 lectures', consist of nearly 4 000 sutras, organized in 8 adhyayas, each adhyaya divided into 4 padas. If printed and arranged in two columns at each page


if you feel for it ;)
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palshu Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sure ^_^
Thank you for the share!
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2017
My very pleasure :D This is an almost unknown part of the human history :hmm:
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