It is all patterns

Patterns are repetitive sequences and can be found in nature, shapes, events, sets of numbers and almost everywhere you care to look. For example, seeds of a sunflower, snowflakes, geometric designs on quilts or tiles.

Here are some of the images of step well of Queen Patan in Gujarat.

You can make Pascal triangle with some patterns. Even the beauty of Fibonacci number can be found that was discovered much earlier in India by Acharya Hemchandra a Jain monk.

These images were taken by Dr. Rajesh Kumar Thakur, author of many of mathematics books which are very much popular in the market.

He was invited for a lecture at Acharya Hemchandra University Patan for a lecture last year.

He has knowledge about the history of Mathematics, Vedic Mathematics & its application in various fields. He is a good friend, teacher of mine.




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PS: Images are added with his permission. Thanks for sharing this with us 🙂


About Praveenkumar P Kalikeri

ABOUT US Hey,Thanks for dropping by .First I would like to Appreciate for your love towards the Mathematics Subject. My name is Praveenkumar Kalikeri. I'm an Engineering Student from Karnataka , India. My Passion for Mathematics , encouraged me to start this blog . I Started loving the Mathematics subject from my schooling days.I was greatly motivated by teachers, parents who always helped me .        Numbers have Beauty !! They fascinated me .. As we all know best method to try out something new is to study old theories , concepts , its drawbacks, etc. I ,myself Started learning Vedic Mathematics at age of 15. Here , I will share vedic maths tricks learned and modified by me in simple manner which will be useful in various competitive exams. "If You Believe , You Can Do".
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