Parshvanath Magic Square #3

Parshvanath Magic Square #3 - With Pingala's Binary Numbers, Pure Poetry! - Wood Mosaic Sculpture - Sureel Art Gallery Giddarbaha PB India, Vienna Austria

Parshvanath Magic Square #3 - With Pingala's Binary Numbers, Pure Poetry! - Info - Wood Mosaic Sculpture - Sureel Art Gallery Giddarbaha PB India, Vienna Austria

Parshvanath Magic Square #3 - With Pingala's Binary Numbers, Pure Poetry! - 2 - Wood Mosaic Sculpture - Sureel Art Gallery Giddarbaha PB India, Vienna Austria

Parshvanath Magic Square #3
With Pingala's Binary Numbers, Pure Poetry!
Wood Mosaic/ Sculpture, 25 X 25 Inches, 2022 Sureel Kumar



This is the third artwork of a new series based on the mysterious Parshvanath Magic Square. This magic square is engraved in a granite slab and embedded in the wall of a 10th-century Parshvanath temple in Khajuraho, MP, India.This is the first 4x4 most perfect magic square found in India. I strongly feel that the Parshvanath Magic Square has an answer to the mysteries of human life and this universe.
 
In this magic square, 1-16 numbers are used and sum of any four digits is 34.Sum of each 2X2 sub square is 34. Diagonal and distant diognal sum is 34.Horizontal and vertical sum of 4 squares is 34, and there are many more combinations.
   
If Grey stripe = 0 and Orange stripe = 1, then the 16 Pingala's binary numbers looks like as they are shown in the upper portion of the info slide shown as second image shown above.
   
If Grey stripe = 1 and Orange stripe = 0, then the 16 Pingala's binary numbers are as shown at the lower side of info slide. When I reassign these binary numbers from the magic square to the normal numbers magic square, then I get a diffrent magic square with all the properties as Parshvnath's magic square!
 
In binary magic square, the space is totally balanced because there are exactly 16 'zeros' and 16 'ones'. Everything seems so mysterious. Anyhow I like the artwork that came up from this magic square.