1.    This is, essentially, is an explorative chase. The present chase steps are, in the background of the initial preliminary steps undertaken as preparatory steps for the present phase and stage of ‘understanding mathematical basis of English language’.
2.    Two features which emerge basic features for this chase crystallized as :
a.     Triloki / 3-space , cube / hyper cube 3 manifest (s) as per the values of the flow format of Sun light (Jyotir Madey Triloki manarmum) T;ksfrZ e/;% f=yksdh euksjeeA
b.    Earth to Sun range coverage is attainable in  terms of 26 meters (chandas) of four quarters each.
3.    This pair of features permit chase and follow up in terms of pair of established processing processes (yoga nishsha ;ksxk fu"Vk), namely Sankhiya Nishshta and Yoga Nishstha.
4.    Sankhiya Nishshta presumes existence of geometric formats (dimensional frame) and avails artifices of numbers, while on the other hand yoga nishstha presumes existence of artifices of numbers and avails geometric formats.
5.    This processing process, that way, is of the features of artifices of numbers and dimensional frames running parallel to each other and both streams of processes complement and supplement each other.
6.    With it emerge following pair of features for initiation of the chase for understanding the mathematical basis of English language (of orthodox and classical vocabulary).
i.                   Alphabet letters range (A to Z) and artifices range (1 to 26)  run parallel to each other giving rise to numbers values format (in short NVFs) for individual alphabet letters, viz.
NVF (A) = 1, NVF (B) = 2, NVF (C) = 3, --- NVF (X) = 24, NVF (Y) = 25 and NVF (Z) = 26. The feature of artifices being of the nature of ‘summation / addition’ as such the summation of the NVFs of individual letters of the WORDS becomes the NVF of individual worlds availing the alphabet letters. Illustratively NVF (words) = NVF (W) + NVF (O) + NVF(R)+ NVF (D) + NVF (S) = 23 + 15 + 18 + 4+ 19 = 79 = NVF (Nature) .
ii.                NVF (English) = 74 = NVF (Pairing) and NVF (language) = 68 = NVF (One) + NVF (One) = NVF (joint), and NVF (Grammar) = 71 = NVF (Sphere).
As such, along these formats, English language becomes a pairing joint and English language Grammar becomes of the features of pairing joint sphere.
7.    ‘Cube and sphere’ are the representative regular bodies of 3-space (as of the format of hyper cube 3) accepting common domain boundary ratio as A3 : 6B2 . Further as that cube, as 3-space content lump / domain is enveloped within boundary of 26 components namely eight corner pints + twelve edges, + six surfaces and further as that there are 26 letters prime including one uptill one to hundred. Still further, there are precisely 26 sporadic grups .
8.    Morever the English alphabet 26 letters and there is a range of 26 meters (chandas) capable of providing coverage from Earth to Sun range. And that 6-space (Vishnu lok / Sun ) accept artifice 6, and the range of 26 elements.
9.    In this background our starting point is going to be NVF (Null) = 59 = NVF (Solid) = NVF (Cube) + NVF (Air) = NVF (Eye) + NVF (Ear) .
10.                       As such, our first chase steps range is in terms of the range (First, Second, third, --- Twenty) and of this first chase range, the first chase step, which shall be presuming availability of ‘cube’ as ‘null’ state and chase would be for the first step here onwards, which shall be taking us to ‘origin’ of cube / 3-space / hyper cube 3 / origin fold of hyper cube 3.
Understanding step - 1
I.                  NVF (First) = 72
II.               NVF (First) = NVF (Origin)
1.    FIRST step chase of our existence phenomenon is to be in respect of its ORIGIN 
2.    Existence within human frame is manifestation of existence within physical frames whose chase, as such is to begin in terms of ‘cube’ as representative regular body of 3-space, are in general, in respect of 3-space itself, as physical world and that way ‘first step’ is to be of chase of ‘origin’ of physical world / 3-space / cube
3.    Artifices pair (72, 27)  constitute a reflection pair of artifices, as much as that, here digits 2 and 7 swap their places .
4.    72 +27 =99
5.    NVF (half origin) = 27 + 72 = NVF (Thought)
6.    Think it over ‘Thought : Half origin”
7.    Let us haie a pause here and think of a lead for transiting from artifice ‘3 to 4’/ ‘3-space to 4-space.
8.    Let us further give a lead to our transiting mind as that 3-space is a linear order 3-spae as much as that 1-space play the role of dimension of 3-space.
9.    Further as that 4-space is a spatial order space, as much as that 2-space plays the role of dimension of 4-space.
10.                       Still further as that 4 is the first composite numbers and its permit splits as 4 = 2+ 2 = (-2) x (-2) while 2 is the only even prim.
11.                       Still further as that 1 is half of 2
Poser and Hint
12.                       Permit the transcending mind to transit from ‘FIRST’ to ‘SECOND’ 


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