Now I know what anuvrutti is. even know what Adhikar is and also that anuvrutti can come from not just immediately above sutr and can travel with gaps. its a small matter that each successive learning came at exact points where the confidence was just about to soar which was then had to be postponed. but anyway, now you know that you can pick up words from left right and centre and stuff into what you need to read (ok, only from above, but you get the point).
ah and did I mention, saptami is pare rahete - just as you become sure of it, you are told it can be interpreted in two other ways too. how do you know which interpretation to use? 'you just know', you are told. (which of course must be correct, except that at this point you just do not know if YOU will ever reach that point) and few things like this. by now, your confidence has learned to wait a while before preparing to soar.
after going through the loop again and again, you have decided that exact point at which your confidence can confidently soar - after finishing Ashtadyayi fully - in two three years may be. but you are sure about one thing. If Panini says it, you regard it as indisputable. As if on cue, you are told 'our Rishies didn't work that way'. on the other hand everything needs to be questioned, re-questioned, challenged even attacked and one must come out of all that proving himself on the criteria of truth and logic before being accepted. and even once accepted, the moment an improvement comes in light - if it passes the same tests, is accepted enthusiastically. yes, you have hit your first Vartik.
@inditoot i am very impressed with the stability and ease of use of this platform. This has tremendous potential - but getting the network effect going is a grind - don’t give up since this is a non-linear process 👍🏼💪🏽
Mulayam Singh Yadav saying "I was quoted out of context" in 3...2...
I am actually looking forward to the sequel, My Name is PriGa.
Hello, @inditoot! Is there a way to add some colors to the web UI (or to the app)?
I wanted to go pink for a day in honor of She Who Shall Not Be Surnamed. 😄
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