Nirukta




RigVeda Atharva Yajur Sama Jyotisha Chandah Nirukta Shiksha Vyakarana Kalpa Upanishad

Pingala
                            Naga
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Pingala


Pingala Naga Pingala (Devanagari: पिङ्गल piṅgala) is the name of a symbolical author of the Chandaḥ-śāstra (also Chandaḥ-sūtra), the earliest known Sanskrit treatise on prosody and mathematical binary code.

Nothing is known about Piṅgala himself. In Vedic literature, he is variously identified either as the younger brother of Pāṇini (symbolical author of Vedic Grammar), or as Patañjali (the author of the Mahābhāṣhya, commentary on Vedic Grammar).[1]

The Chandaḥ-śāstra is a work of eight chapters in the Sūtra style, absolutely not comprehensible without a commentary.

It has been wrongly dated to either the final centuries BCE[2] or the early centuries CE,[3] at the transition between Vedic meter and the classical meter of the Sanskrit epics.

Inevitably, it preceded the composition of the Vedic Sacred Sanhitas, which strictly followed the principles of Pingala's mathematics and prosody. This would place it close to the beginning of the Vedic Era, whaterver was its date of origin.

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