Knowledge Webs
Smarter Citizenship


Knowledge Webs for Smarter Citizenship


Conventionally, we see four steps to higher learning - first comes Data, then is Information, next is Knowledge and finally Wisdom. The more we enrich our data with meaning and context, the more knowledge and insights we get out of it so we can make better, informed and data-based decisions. Indian logic ( Tarkashastra) lays great emphasis on the analysis of the nature and source of knowledge , and its validity. Apparent Knowledge ( Pratyaksh) & Non Apparent Knowledge ( Apratyaksha) ; Pramana ( inference), Anumana (estimation) & Upamana (comparison including Samana (equality) ). Besides this, all schools of Indian philosophy & logic also agree on another type of knowledge known as " Shabda gyan" (Word Knowledge). This non-apparent form of knowledge uses the phonetically arranged sounds of the Varnamala ( Sanskrit alphabet) with its in-built logic of integrated speech, maths & music, arranged by colour (literally "varna" or "rang" in sanskrit), to reveal an alternative learning. This "Shabda gyan" ( Word Knowledge) was the equivalent of A.I. ( Artificial ( Non Apparent) Intelligence).

We are in the process of building & testing this " Shabda Gyan" software. A beta version will be shared here, towards the end of 2023. Watch this link for more ....