The mathematical implications of zero (Shunya) and infinity, never more than vaguely realized by classical authorities, were fully understood in medieval India. Earlier mathematicians had taught that X/O = X, but Bhaskara proved that it was infinity.
Which of the following Vedas is rendered musically?
The Atharva Veda is the "knowledge storehouse of atharvaṇas, the procedures for everyday. The Atharvaveda is sometimes called the "Veda of magical formulas". Atharvaveda Samhita as mere compilation of magical formulas.
The Kula i.e. the family was the basis of both social and political organisations. Unit of Kula (the family) is headed by Kulapa.
The Grama was above the Kula. A group of Kula (families) formed a Grama (the village). Unit of Grama (the village) is headed by Gramani.
The Vis was above the Grama. A group of Grama formed a Vis. Unit of Vis (the clan) is headed by Vispati.
The Jana was above the Vis . A group of Vis formed a Jana. Unit of Jana (the people) is headed by Gopa or Gopati.
The Rashtra was above the Jana . A group of Jana formed a Rashtra. Unit of Rashtra (the country) is headed by Rajan.
The first one, among the following, to deal with music was
Sama Veda is perhaps the earliest human literature on music. It naturally incorporates music, mantra, chhanda, linguistics, and above all, a reflection of the world view of rishis who communicated in the Arsha language, precursor to the more regimented Girvan (later called Sanskrit).