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By Avirook Sen

The murders that gripped the nation
Seven years in the past a teenage lady, Aarushi Talwar, was once chanced on murdered in her bed room in Noida, a middle-class suburb of Delhi. The physique of the major suspect—the relatives servant, Hemraj—was came upon an afternoon later. Who had dedicated the double murders, and why? inside of weeks, Aarushi’s mom and dad, the Talwars, have been accused; 4 years later, they went on trial and have been convicted.
But did they do it?
Avirook Sen attended the trial, accessed vital files and interviewed all of the players—from Aarushi’s buddies to Hemraj’s previous boss, from the investigators to the forensic scientists—to write a meticulous and chilling e-book that reads like a mystery but additionally tells a narrative that's horrifyingly actual. Aarushi is the definitive account of a sensational crime, and the research and trial that undefined.

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Nilakantha wrote a number of influential astronomical works such as the Golasara, a short introduction to astronomy, dealing with basic astronomical constants and concepts, the position and movement of planets, the computation of sines, among other topics. His work on the computation of sines is particularly noteworthy and will be discussed in a later chapter. He wrote commentaries and also commentaries on commentaries such as the Siddhantadarpana and a detailed commentary on it; an elaborate commentary Aryabhatiyabhasya on the Aryabhatiya of Aryabhata; the Chandrachayaganita and a commentary on it dealing with computations relating to shadows, such as computation of shadow from time (kramachaya) and time from shadow (viparitachaya).

Their religious authority and reputed scholarship brought them to the attention of the rulers and soon established an influential position in the courts. It was perhaps the Nambuthiris who introduced the mainly two-tier caste system in Kerala with the Nairs being given the status of Sudra, the fourth in the conventional caste hierarchy after Brahmin, Kshatriya and Vaisya. The legend that all lands rightfully belonged to Nambuthiris having been given to them by Parasurama gained wide currency and this helped them to acquire vast tracts of land and establish the Janmi system of land-holding.

But certain circumstances required these discipline to be presented in a certain way: in a concise form consisting of authoritative 32 The Social Origins of the Kerala School assertions and appeal to established principles. It was often left to the student with the help of the teacher to relate these instructions to practical experience. It was therefore unprofitable to search in a traditional text, which followed a pithy presentation, for derivation, explanation and justification. Thus, the teacher–student relationship was crucial in the dissemination process and the personal bond between teacher and student was valued above all else.

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