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Presentation                   on               Siri Bhoovalaya                      by       Pustak Shakti Publication, B...
IntroductIon to SIrIbhoovalaya      the 8th Wonder of the World!                               Copyright - Pustak Shakti  ...
Siribhoovalaya – An Overview  • Siriboovalaya – Is a Kannada Literary Work which is entirely  written in Kannada Numerals ...
Siribhoovalaya – An Overview    • These 64 kannada numerals are assigned respective – phonetic      kannada alphabets  • T...
Some photos                       Copyright - Pustak Shakti   5       Publication 1998 - 2009
Some photos                      Copyright - Pustak Shakti   6      Publication 1998 - 2009
How to Read Siribhoovalaya ?    •   Siribhoovalaya is a combination of Substitution & Transformation Cipher        Techniq...
How to Read Siribhoovalaya ?    Substitution Cipher   Plain Text a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w            ...
How to Read Siribhoovalaya ?    Transposition Cipher    M   E     G    A    B    U     C    K            Key    7   4     ...
u !               yo         nk         ha      T                For more information, Please log on to:            http:/...
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Siribhoovalaya pustak shakti

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Siribhoovalaya pustak shakti

  1. 1. Presentation  on    Siri Bhoovalaya    by    Pustak Shakti Publication, Bangalore    Courtesy    Sri Y.K. Mohan   Copyright - Pustak Shakti 1  Publication 1998 - 2009
  2. 2. IntroductIon to SIrIbhoovalaya the 8th Wonder of the World!                   Copyright - Pustak Shakti 2  Publication 1998 - 2009
  3. 3. Siribhoovalaya – An Overview • Siriboovalaya – Is a Kannada Literary Work which is entirely  written in Kannada Numerals (probably the only book in  the world that is written completely in Numbers)   • This work was written by “Sage Kumudendu” (A Jain Muni)   in the period of around 800 AD   • Sage Kumudendu hails from (Yelavalli) Nandi, Near  Bangalore   • The book comprises of 1270 Number Charts in form of a 27   x 27 Matrix   • These 27 x 27 matrices comprise of 64 numbers which are   kannada numerals in 56 Chapters  Copyright - Pustak Shakti 3  Publication 1998 - 2009
  4. 4. Siribhoovalaya – An Overview • These 64 kannada numerals are assigned respective – phonetic kannada alphabets  • The matrices are transposed and read in defined patterns (called as  “bandhas”)   • Sage Kumudendu claims, Lie hidden in the work are 718 languages and  18 scripts.  • Research has proven that, apart from Kannada, several languages like  Prakrita, Sanskrit, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali, Oriya, Gujarati,  Marathi, Persian and Turkish have been woven into this text   • The text also contains the Vedas and complete epics of Ramayana &  Mahabharata   • The work also gives abundant information regarding alchemy, the  science of matrimony, atomic science, space science, medical science &  production of modern weapons  • The author also claims that the work contains instructions for travel in   water and space travel. Copyright - Pustak Shakti 4  Publication 1998 - 2009
  5. 5. Some photos                   Copyright - Pustak Shakti 5  Publication 1998 - 2009
  6. 6. Some photos                   Copyright - Pustak Shakti 6  Publication 1998 - 2009
  7. 7. How to Read Siribhoovalaya ? • Siribhoovalaya is a combination of Substitution & Transformation Cipher Techniques used in Cryptography  • Introduction to Cryptography    • Some vocabulary,  • Cryptography: The science of encrypting a message, or the science of  concealing the meaning of a message   • Cipher: Any general system for hiding the meaning of a message    • Plaintext: The message (or plaintext)   • Cipher text: The message (or plaintext) after en-ciphering    • Key: The element that turns the general encryption algorithm into a specific  method for encryption. The key specifies the exact details of a particular encryption.  Copyright - Pustak Shakti 7  Publication 1998 - 2009
  8. 8. How to Read Siribhoovalaya ?    Substitution Cipher   Plain Text a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z  Cipher Text 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26    • Key : alphabets substituted by numbers   • Plaintext : it is a great day  • Cipher text : 920 919 1 7175120 4125   • In Siribhoovalaya “kannada numerals” are substituted by their respective  “kannada alphabets”    Copyright - Pustak Shakti 8  Publication 1998 - 2009
  9. 9. How to Read Siribhoovalaya ? Transposition Cipher M E G A B U C K Key  7 4 5 1 2 8 3 6 Algorithm, substitute key with a number  in accordance to its weight  p l e a s e t r  Plaintext : a n s f e r o n  please transfer one million dollars to my swiss  e m i l l i o n bank account six two two   d o l l a r s t  Cipher text :  o m y s w i s s afllskso selawaiA toossctC lnmomant esilyntw  rnntsowD paedobuo eriricxB  b a n k a c c o   u n t s i x t w  o t w o A B C D   Siribhoovalaya gives the key to de-cipher information in the matrix by use of “bandhas”  (Vedic Cryptography) Copyright - Pustak Shakti 9  Publication 1998 - 2009
  10. 10. u !  yo nk     ha   T          For more information, Please log on to:  http://www.pustakshakti.com  Copyright - Pustak Shakti 10  Publication 1998 - 2009

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