Data Science Inscription of the Jyotirlingas! Volume 2


Chandrasekar Vuppalapati, MS – Lecturer, Computer Engineering Department, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA USA

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: PHI033000; COM018000; REL032000

A Jyotirlinga or Jyotirlingam is a devotional representation of Hindu Deity. The word is made up of Sanskrit ‘jyotis’ which means ‘radiance’ and linga, also spelled lingam, which means ‘sign’ or “distinguishing symbol”. Hinduism defines Jyotirlingam as the radiant sign of the Almighty. In our data scientific view, nonetheless, Jyotirlinga represents the embodiment of time series. It exhibits stationarity and a multi-model pattern of naturally occurring time series, a classical data science pattern that has a causative relationship with historical events, world macroeconomics, agriculture, and other worldly events.

Volume 2 has delved into the significance of six prominent Jyotirlingas – Rameshwaram, Nageshvara, Kashi Vishwanath, Trimbakeshwar, Kedarnath, and Grishneshwar – and explored their spiritual and scientific aspects. Through an interdisciplinary analysis that incorporates a range of fields, from statistics to environmental engineering, from historical perspectives to data science, we have gained invaluable insights into the patterns and trends that shape these sacred symbols. By embracing the fusion of modern science and traditional spiritual practices, we have the potential to unlock new levels of understanding and enlightenment, bridging the gap between ancient wisdom and contemporary knowledge.

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Chandrasekar Vuppalapati: 0000-0003-2261-759X

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