The Bridge Of Rama & Computability
What a glorious day! I have found a relationship between sequential logic, Rama's Bridge to cross over to Lanka. Also, another symmetry between Shiva Sutras (the laws of Panini's grammar for Sanskrit, a kind of periodic table for phonemes) & Mendeleev's Periodic Table of Elements (PDF). But it gets more mysterious, boys - think of the following process as an algorithm:
They stood in one long line and passed the hills from shoulder to shoulder, all the while repeating aloud the Name of Rama. Off and on, they also uprooted huge trees, and passed them onward to the bridge side, where Nala and Nila were casting the materials into the water.
The whole of that day they worked without rest and with no thought of food or sustenance. They built a length of 14 yojanas in one day. Refreshed by a good night's sleep, they rose before dawn, during the Brahma muhurtha itself, and resumed work. They acclaimed with cheers, "Jai to Sri Ramachandra, our Lord," and hurried to the various corners of the land in search of hills and mountains. They brought them on to the shore and piled them there for being used by Nala and Nila.
The second day, the bridge was extended by another twenty yojanas; the next day, they were able to build it for a further length of twenty one yojanas; the fourth day saw the bridge extending over a further twenty two yojanas. And, on the fifth day, by constructing a further twenty three yojanas, they completed the 100-yojana bridge in another successful spurt.
Thus, Nala and Nila, unconcerned with exhaustion or the need for rest, intent on fulfilling the task assigned by Rama for the completion of his mission, were able to announce in the Presence of Rama that the bridge was ready, because his Name and Form were ever before those who toiled for its completion.
Rama was informed through Sugriva that the hundred-yojana bridge, he had resolved upon was finished and ready to be used.