Below the crested human is the day as the antelope is from midnight to morning.  
madhyama      middle (used like Lat. {medius} e.g. ; (in astron.) mean (cf.
%{madhya}) Su1ryas. ; relating to the meridian ib. ;
midnight L. ;; a kind of
antelope
L. ;
eNa
       %{as} , %{I4} mf. a species of deer or antelope (described as being of a
black colour with beautiful eyes and short legs) AV. v , 14 , 11 VS. xxiv , 36 Mn. iii ,
269 MBh. &c. ; m. (in astron.) Capricorn.
eNabhRt        m. `" bearing an antelope "' , the moon L.
eNadRz        f. the eye of an antelope Naish. ; (%{k}) m. (in astron.) Capricorn.
eNa-mada        m. the juice of the antelope , musk Naish.
dō-
To give.

Oldest form *deh3-, colored to *doh3-,
becoming *dō-.
▲ Derivatives include betray,
surrender, vend,
dose, antidote.

1.
a. Zero-grade form *də-. dado, date1,
dative, datum, die2; add, betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition, traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;
b. Greek dosis, something given (see 4
below).
2. Suffixed form *dō-no-. donation,
donative, donor; condone, pardon from
Latin dōnum, gift.
3. Suffixed form *dō-t(i)-.
a. dot2, dowager, dower, dowry; endow
from Latin dōs (genitive dōtis), dowry;
b. dacha from Russian dacha, gift,
dacha, from Slavic *datja;
c. samizdat from Russian samizdat,
samizdat, from dat', to give.
4. Suffixed form *dō-ro-. lobster
thermidor, Pandora from Greek dōron,
gift.
5. Reduplicated form *di-dō-. dose;
anecdote, antidote, apodosis, epidote
from Greek didonai, to give, with zero-
grade noun dosis (< *də-ti-), something
given.
[Pokorny dō- 223.]

Zero-grade form *də-. dado, date1,
dative, datum, die2; add,
betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition,
traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;

.Sanskrit
doSa
       2 m. rarely n. ( %{duS}) fault
, vice , deficiency , want ,
inconvenience , disadvantage
Up.
Mn. MBh. Ka1v. &c. [498,3] ; badness ,
wickedness , sinfulness Mn. R. ; offence
, transgression , guilt , crime (acc. with
%{R} or %{labh} , to incur guilt) , SrS.
Mn. MBh. &c. ; damage , harm , bad
consequence , detrimental effect (%
{nai9Sa@doSaH} , there is no harm ; %
{ko'tra@d-} , what does it matter?) Mn.
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; accusation , reproach
(%{-SaMkR} or %{-SeNa-gam} with acc.
, to accuse) R. ; alteration , affection ,
morbid element , disease (esp. of the 3
humours of the body , viz. %{pitta} , %
{vAyu} , and %{zleSman} , 1 [cf. %
{tridoSa} and %{dhAtu}] , applied also
to the humours themselves) Sus3r. ;
(also %{-Saka}) a calf L.
dō-
To give.

Oldest form *deh3-, colored to *doh3-,
becoming *dō-.
▲ Derivatives include betray,
surrender, vend,
dose, antidote.
dosa dhatu
1.
a. Zero-grade form *də-. dado,
date1,
dative, datum, die2
; add, betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition, traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;
b. Greek dosis, something given (see
4 below).
dhAtu        1 m. layer , stratum
Ka1tyS3r. Kaus3. ; constituent part ,
ingredient (esp. [ and in RV. only] ifc. ,
where often= `" fold "' e.g. %{tri-
dhA4tu} , threefold &c. ; cf. %{triviSTi-}
, %{sapta-} , %{su-}) RV. TS. S3Br. &c.
; element , primitive matter (= %{mahA-
bhUta} L.) MBh. Hariv. &c. (usually
reckoned as 5 , viz. %{kha} or %
{AkAza} , %{anila} , %{tejas} , %{jala} ,
%{bhU} ; to which is added %{brahma}
Ya1jn5. iii , 145 ; or %{vijJAna} Buddh.)
;
a constituent element or
essential ingredient of the body
(distinct from the 5 mentioned
above and conceived either as 3
humours [called also %{doSa}]
phlegm , wind and bile BhP. [cf. %
{purISa} , %{mAMsa} , %{manas} ,
Cha1ndUp. vi , 5 , 1] ;
or as the 5
organs of sense , %{indriyANi} .[cf. s.v.
and MBh. xii , 6842 , where %{zrotra} ,
%{ghrANa} , %{Asya} , %{hRdaya} and
%{koSTha} are mentioned as the 5
dhñdha1tu of the human body born
from the either] and the 5 properties of
the elements perceived by them , %
{gandha} , %{rasa} , %{rUpa} , %
{sparza} and %{zabda} L. ; or the 7
fluids or secretions , chyle , blood ,
flesh , fat , bone , marrow , semen
Sus3r. [L. %{rasA7di} or %{rasa-
raktA7di} , of which sometimes 10 are
given , the above 7 and hair , skin ,
sinews BhP.]) ; primary element of the
earth i.e. metal , mineral , are (esp. a
mineral of a red colour) Mn. MBh. &c.
element of words i.e. grammatical or
verbal root or stem Nir. Pra1t. MBh. &c.
(with the southern Buddhists %{dhAtu}
means either the 6 elements [see
above] Dharmas. xxv ; or the 18
elementary spheres [%{dhAtu-loka}] ib.
lviii ; or the ashes of the body , relics L.
[cf. %{-garbha}]).
Compare Sanskrit Dosa to the English Dose.

Dose means quantity (in units of energy/mass) in the fields of nutrition,
medicine, and toxicology. Dosage is the rate of application of a dose,
although in common and imprecise usage, the words are sometimes used
synonymously.

Dose can also mean quantity (in units of number/area) in the fields of Surface
science and Ion implantation. See the definition of dose in ISO18115-1, term
4.173 (and compare the related definition of fluence in term 4.217 of the
same Standard).

Particular uses in this context including:

Dose (biochemistry), the quantity of something that may be eaten by or
administered to an organism, or that an organism may be exposed to
Overdose, intaking more than your required dose.
Absorbed dose, an amount of radiation received
Defined daily dose, a World Health Organization statistical measure of drug
consumption
Dosage form, a mixture of active and inactive components used to administer
a medication
Dose profile, taken by a radiation detector in order to characterise the
radiation beams from medical linear accelerators
Dosing, the process of administering a measured amount of a medicine or
chemical to an inanimate object or non-human animal
Effective dose (pharmacology), the amount of a substance required to
produce an effect on a predefined percentage of a population
Equivalent dose, a measure of radiation dosage to tissue
Maximum tolerated dose, the highest dose of a radiological or
pharmacological treatment that will produce the desired effect without
unacceptable toxicity
Median lethal dose, is the dose of a toxic substance or radiation required to
kill half the members of a tested population after a specified test duration
Optimal Biological Dose, the quantity of a radiological or pharmacological
treatment that will produce the desired effect with acceptable toxicity
Physiologic dose, within the range of concentrations or potencies that would
occur naturally
Reference dose, the United States Environmental Protection Agency's
maximum acceptable oral dose of a toxic substance
The copper tablets from Mohenjo-Dhara are of three different cubic volumes thus
three different  weights.  The largest of the three types from Mohenjo-dhara are all most
exactly five times the cubic volume of one of the new nine copper tablets both have rhino
pictorial images. The difference between the new nine and those of Mohenjo-dhara is they are
five times the weight and Volume but only two times the surface area. The user knew they were
five times an original weight but could judge all in order as to there specific weight by there
visual size compared to the others.



dos        n. (m. only R. vi , 1 , 3 ; nom. acc. sg. %{do4s} S3Br. ; du. %{doSI} Kaus3. ; %{dorbhyAm} n. MBh. Ka1v. ; pl. %{-bhis}
Ma1lav. ; %{dohSu} BhP.) the fore-arm , the
arm &c. = %{doSan} (q.v.) ; the part of an are defining its sine Su1ryas. ; the side of a
triangle or square W. (cf. %{bAhu} and %{bhuja}). [499,1]

bhuja        m. (ifc. f. %{A}) the arm MBh. Ka1v. &c. (%{bhujayor@antaram} , the breast Bhartr2. ; cf. %{bhujA7ntara}) ; the hand
Pa1n2. 7-3 , 61 ; the trunk of an elephant MBh. iii , 15736 ; a branch , bough BhP. ; a bending , curve , coil (of a serpent ; see comp.
below) ; the side of any geometrical figure Ka1tyS3r. Sch. ; the base of a triangle Su1ryas. ; the base of a shadow ib. ; the
supplement of
2 or 4 right angles or the complement of 3 right angles MW. ; (%{A}) f. see col. 2.

bAhu        1 m. and (L.) f. (fr. %{bah} , %{baMh} ; for 2. %{bAhu} see col. 3) the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the arm between the
elbow and the wrist (opp. to %{pra-gaNDa} q.v. ; in medic. the whole upper extremity of the body , as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower
extñextremity) RV. &c. &c.
; the arm as a measure of length (= 12 An3gulas) Sulbas. ; the fore-foot of an animal (esp. its upper
part) RV. AV. Br. A1s3vGr2. ; the limb of a bow S3Br. ; the bar of a chariot-pole Gobh. ; the post (of a door ; see %{dvAra-b-})
; the
side of an angular figure (esp. the base of a right-angled triangle) Su1ryas.
; the shadow of the gnomon on a sun-dial ib. ;
(also du.) the constellation A1rdra1 L. ; m. N. of a Daitya MBh. ;of a son of Vajra VP. [Cf. Gk. $ , $ ; &222225[730 ,2] Germ. {buog} ,
{Bug} ; Angl. Sax. {bo1g} ; Eng. {bough}.]

doSa  alteration , affection , morbid element , disease (esp. of the 3 humours of the body , viz. %{pitta} , %{vAyu} , and %{zleSman} ,
1 [cf. %{tridoSa} and %{dhAtu}] , applied also to the humours themselves) Sus3r. ; (also %{-Saka}) a calf L.

doSA        2 f. (for 1. see 1. %{doSa}) the arm L.

kuDava        %{as} , %{am} m. n. a measure of grain or of wood or of iron &c. (4th part of a Prastha , described by some as a vessel
four fingers wide and as many deep and containing 12 Prakr2itis or handfuls ; also said to contain 13 1/2 cubic An3gulas , or to
contain 64 cubic An3gulas [S3a1rn3gS.] , or to be a finger and a half deep and three fingers each in length and breadth ; it med. it is
equal to two Prakr2itis or thirty-two Tolakas) MBh. Jyot. VarBr2S. &c
bhuj      , to bend , curve ; to be bent down or disheartened Hit. iv , 28. [Cf. Gk. $ ; Lat. {fugio} ; &230688[759 ,1] Goth. {biugan} ,
{baugjan} (?) ; Germ. {biogan} , {biegen} ; Angl. Sax. {bu4gan} ; Eng. {bow}.]
bhuja        m. (ifc. f. %{A}) the arm MBh. Ka1v. &c. (%{bhujayor@antaram} , the breast Bhartr2. ; cf. %{bhujA7ntara}) ; the hand
Pa1n2. 7-3 , 61 ; the trunk of an elephant MBh. iii , 15736 ; a branch , bough BhP. ; a bending , curve , coil (of a
serpent ; see comp.
below)
; the side of any geometrical figure Ka1tyS3r. Sch. ; the base of a triangle Su1ryas. ; the base of a shadow ib. ; the
supplement of 2 or 4 right angles or the complement of 3 right angles MW. ;
(%{A}) f. see col.
bhaujaMga        (fr. %{bhujaM-ga}) mf(%{I})n. relating to a snake , serpent-like Ka1m. ; n. (scil. %{bha}) the serpent constellation ,
the Nakshatra A1s3lesha VarBr2S.
bhoga        1 m. (1. %{bhuj}) any winding or curve , coil (of a serpent) RV. &c. &c. ; the expanded hood of a snake Hariv. Ka1m.
Pan5cat.
; a partic. kind of military array Ka1m. ; a snake Suparn2. ; the body L.
The density, or more precisely,
the volumetric mass density, of a
substance is its mass per unit
volume. The symbol most often
used for density is ρ (the lower
case Greek letter rho), although
the Latin letter D can also be
used. Mathematically, density is
defined as mass divided by
volume.
Where ρ is the density, m is the
mass, and V is the volume. The
kilogram is the mass of a litre of
cold water; a cubic centimetre or
millilitre of water has a mass of
one gram.

Material        ρ (kg/m3)
Water (fresh)        1,000        At 4
°C,  
Zinc                 7,000  
Cobalt             8,900        
Chromium       7,200        
Cadmium        8,650        
Brass              8,600       
Bismuth           9,750        
Beryllium         1,850        
Antimony         6,690        
Aluminium        2,700        
Air                  1.2  
    
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The Indus Valley weight's start at .856 grams that is .856 g/mm3 a cubic square millimeter, the density of bronze
of there time. The specific gravity or relative density is the ratio of a material's density to that of water, so
1 g/cm3 is water and the density of brass is 8.470 g/cm3.  A centimeter (cm) is based on the SI unit meter, and
as the prefix "centi" indicates, is equal to one hundredth of a meter and a millimeter indicates one thousandth of a
meter. The density of copper is 8.96 g/cm3 (8960 kg/m3, 559 lb/ft3, 0.324 lb/ in3) at room temperature and
bronzes density vary as to it's alloyed metal and it's percentage, today we can say the strongest bronze is copper
with 2% tin. Brass weighs  8.4  gram per cubic centimeter the closest to the Indus standard, Brass is an alloy of
copper and zinc, of the new nine copper tablets there was no zinc found. Below is chart of the metal composition
from the website (A New Type of Inscribed Copper Plate from Indus Valley (Harappan) Civilisation) Authors:  
Vasant Shinde,  Rick J Willis.

Plate      Subject        Cu       As        Ag        Sn        Pb        Fe        Ni        Al        Ca        K        Mg
1        Deity lg        96.8          0          0.7        0          0        0.4        0        0.7        0.5      0.7       0.6
2        Deity sm      87.5        3.3        4.5          0         0        1.3        0        0.5        2.6      0.4        0
3        9 script        80.6        3.0        11.2        0         0        1.8        0        2.5        0.6       0.3        0
4        7 script        93.3        2.9        2.6         0          0        0.6        0        0          0.4        0.3        0
5        Horn tiger     93.9        2.4        0           0          0        0.7        0        0.4        0.3        0.4        0
6        Zebu bull      86.4        2.3        1.9        10.2      0        0           0        0.6        0.6        0          0
7        Rhino           76.1        1.7         0        19.4        0        1.3        0        1.5        0           0          0
8        Antelope      84.4        1.5         0        13.0        0        0.4        0.3       0.4       0           0          0
9        Elephant       78.6        0           0        0           14.0      1.5        0        2.3        1.4        1.0        1.3
Name of chemical element
with Symbol and
Atomic number
Copper        Cu        29
Arsenic        As        33
Silver           Ag        47
Tin               Sn        50
Lead           Pb        82
Iron             Fe        26
Nickel          Ni        28
Aluminum     Al        13
Calcium        Ca        20
Potassium      K        19
Magnesium    Mg      12




https://www.ancient-asia-journal.com/articles/10.5334/aa.12317/
The Indus Valley people had a
knowledge of the density of both water
and of a Brass like metal that was the
first use of a system like the International
System of Units or SI system.  A ρ
(kg/m3) Brass 8600 and water is 1000,
the Indus Standard starts with .856 a
cubic millimetre of an Alloyed metal like
Brass. Is this possible for 3000 BC
peoples?  The answer is yes, you can
take your best weight balancer place
water on one side and the bronze of
there day on the other, both with an
equal volume, that part is easy, then
balance it with water having 8x the
volume. A Gunja seed of .107 x 10 is the
weight of one cubic centimetre of water,
that same volume of Bronze is 8 times,
so 9 Gunja's is to heavy the .107 seven x
8 = 56 of .856 .107 this was called a
Gunja and Masa of .856 grams x10 with
the same volume as the water in
centimetres. This is not the SI system as
water is 1.07 grams not 1 gram. They
saw the Gunja x 10 equal one square
1.07 Cm3 and  8x is a MM of alloyed
metal.



Below I used the cubic volume instead of
surface area for the order of weights of
the Mohenjo-dhara tablets,
this looks
wrong
because they are base weights
and face value would have been
employed.
Face value or surface area of the square
tablet is 26.5 x 26.5 or 26.5 + 26.5 is
less than 33 x 24 or 33 + 24 but the
width of the long and narrow is 3mm and
the square is 3.5mm making the cubic
volume more, this is probably the result
of the salty soil of Mohenjo-dhara eating
them differently. The new nine look like
they start on an average and then due to
the changing density they start shaving
the sides to get an easy whole number
and then fudge the width. The order is
plate A smallest plate C middle and B is
the largest. Plate A would weigh 21.4
grams.
Because the composition of the metal bronze
varies, the density in calculating the volume is
impossible so the volume was fudged into a
standard volume for a given weight.  Above
the plates back side has a protrusion that
increases the width.
The volume of the 5 heaviest of the new nine
tablets are five times the volume of the
Mohenjo-Dhara tablets, while the surface
area is only 2 times the area. Mohejo-Dhara
rhino tablet B rectangular 33.8 x 26.5 x 3.5  
mm = 3134.95 cubic volume  x 5 = 15674.75
the
rhino of the new nine 57.9 x 52.1 x 5.2 =
15686.268
surface area 33.8 + 26.5 = 60.3 and
57.9 + 52.1 = 110
Binary system based on .107 grams, plate 4
weighs 107 grams .107 x 1000 = 107 this
corresponds to the lowest weight of the small
Mohenjo--Dhara tablets 107 / 5 = 21.4 the
square tablet .107 x 200 = 21.4 That is 25 x
.856 = 21.4 and 125 x .856 = 107 so 200 /
25= 8 or .107 x 8 = .856 Gunja .
The largest tablet plate 1 the weight was
135.8 due to erosion it lost weight through
time, it started at 136.96 next the rhino tablet
of 113.6 so 136.96 - (27 x .856) = 113.848.
113.848 g - 107 g = 6.848 g
6.848 g / 5 = 1.3696 g
21.4 g for tablet A square
21.4 g + 1.3696 g = 22.7696 g B =
rectangular tablet
22.7696 g x 5 = 113.848
113.848 weight x fudged density 136.96 =
volume
113.848 x 136.96 = 15592.622   
15592.622 / 5 = 3118.5244
3118.5244 / 136.96 = 22.7696  
The fudged density is .856 x 16 = 13.696 x
10 cm equals grams, where all three weight's
from Mohenjo-dhara fall between the Indus
standard 13.696 and 27.392. The probable
reason being the dimensional value indicates
the weight, you could measure the tablet or
weigh it.
Exception below 11384800 volume as the
sum of all nine divided by 13696 density, is
831.25 grams as total.
The weights of the nine tablets had to be divisible by the
standard .107 x8 = .856 x2 = 1.712 x2 = 3.424 x2 =
6.848 x2 = 13.696 x2 = 27.392 x2 = 54.784.

The largest tablets weight was 135.8 due to erosion it
lost weight through time, it started at 136.96 next the
rhino tablet of 113.6 so 136.96 - 27 x .856 = 113.848.
107 x 136.96 =
14654.72 / 5 =
2930.944 / 136.96 = 21.4
Below
Fig. 1b: An analytical classification of
the copper tablets from Mohenjo-daro
by Asko Parpola. Drawn by Mrs. Virpi
Hämeen-Anttila. © 1992 by AP and VHA
Dosa
Ara        1 n. brass BhP. x , 41 , 20 ;
iron L. ; a sting Comm. on TS. ; an
angle ; a corner ; m. cavity Su1ryas. ;
N. of a tree L. ; N. of a lake KaushUp. ;
the planet Mars , $ ; the planet Saturn
L. ;
The Gujarati inscription is important because Gujarati
was a part of the Indus Valley civilization using an Indus
symbol, I believe it to mean bhuj to be enjoyed as a
grant of land or goods. The Indus knot is both square as
the tablet and enjoyment of that dose.
The weight's that I put above the five divisions of the Kabul Manuscript are based on the similarity of the
fifth to one of the nine (plate 3 ) and the rhino (far right).  All I have of the rhino is a picture of the tablet in a
persons hand I do not know it's weight or volume which could turn out to be the base units those weights
above divided by five.
mRgasaktha        n. =
%{mRgasya@
sakthi}
Pa1n2. 5-4 , 98.
%{-sattama}. m. the best of
antelopes MW.
Scanning electron micrograph of the
surface of plate 2 Deity sm showing three
different features: A) fine scratch marks
from polishing; B) microdendritic
patination; and C) engraved channel,
likely with oil residue.
bAhu        the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the arm between the
elbow and the wrist;    
 in medic. the whole upper extremity of the
body , as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity) RV. &c. &c.

mRgasaktha
       n. = %{mRgasya@sakthi} Pa1n2. 5-4 , 98.
%{-sattama}. m. the best of antelopes MW.
mRgaziras        (%{mRga4-}) n. N. of the 3rd (or 5th) Nakshatra
(q.v.) containing 3 stars (one of which is $ Orionis ; it is figured by
an
antelope's head) AV. Gr2S3rS. VarBr2S
kuThAra        m. an axe R. Bhartr2. &c. ; a sort of hoe or spade W. ; a tree (= %{kuTha}) L. ; N. of a man g. %{zivA7di} ; of a Na1ga MBh. i , 2156 ; (i1) f. an axe L.
kuThAraka        m. an axe VarBr2S. ; (%{ikA}) f. a small axe Bhartr2. iii , 23 ; a similarly shaped instrument (used in surgery for scarification) Sus3r. ; N. of a woman g.
%{zubhrA7di}.    
kuThATaGka        %{as} , %{A} mf. an axe L.
catuSpArzva        n. the 4 sides (of a square &c.) W.
pArzvamAnI        f. the longer side of an oblong or the sñside of a square S3ulbas.
jIrvi        m. = %{pazu} or %{parzu} (axe or animal) Un2. iv , 54/55 ; a cart Un2. vr2. ; the body ib.
jIrNa        
mfn. (Pa1n2. 3-2 , 104) old , worn out , withered , wasted , decayed AV. x , 8 , 27 TS. i S3Br. &c. ;
ancient (tradition) Ka1tyS3r. Sch.      
jivri   
     mfn. (Pa1n2. 8-2 , 78 Va1rtt. 1 ; %{jrI}) old , worn out , decrepit , (du. %{-vrI}) RV. i ; iv , 19 , 2 and 36 , 3 ; viii , x ; (Nir. iii , 21) AV. viii , 1 , 6
and (%{ji4rvi}) xiv , 1 , 21 ; m.time Un2. v , 49/50 a bird ib.
prAcInagAthA        f. an ancient story or tradition MW.
pratna        mf(%{A4})n. former , preceding ; ancient , old ; traditional , customary RV. AV. TS. Br. BhP.
pratibAhu        m. fore-arm Var. ; an opposite side (in a square or polygon) Col. ; N. of sev. men BhP.
doSA        1^ f. darkness , night RV. AV. &c. (%{A4m} & %{A4} [instr. ; cf. g. %{svar-Adi}] ind. in the evening , at dusk , at night) ; Night personified
(and regarded with Prabhs as wife of Pushpa7rn2a and mother of Pradosha or Evening , Nis3itha [!] or Midnight and Vyusht2a or Day-break) BhP. iv
, 13 , 13 ; 14 (cf. %{doSa4s} , %
{pazcA-doSa} , %{pra-doSa} , %{prati-doSam}) 1.
pazcArdha        m. the hinder side or part S3Br. Gr2S3rS. MBh. ; (%{e}. ind. with gen. `" behind "') S3ak. ; the west side or part S3Br. Gr2S3rS. ; %
{-dhya4} mfn. being on the west side S3Br.
pazcAdbhAga        m. hind-part L. ; west side Var. ; mfn. whose conjunction with the moon begins in the afternoon ib.
pArzvabhAga        m. sñside-portion "' , the side or flank (of an elephant) L.
bhAga        1 m. ( %{bhoj}) a part , portion , share , allotment , inheritance (in Ved. also = lot , esp. fortunate lot , good fortune , luck , destiny) RV.
&c. &c.
samatribhuja        mfn. having 3 equal sides Col. ; m. n. any figure containing 3 equal sñsides MW. ; an equilateral triangle ib.
tribhuja        mfn. triangular ; m. a triangle A1ryabh. ii , 11.
trikaraNI        f. the side of a square 3 times as great as another (i.e. the diagonal of a quadrangle , the sides of which are formed by the side and
the diagonal of the smaller square) S3ulbas.
pArzva        n. (rarely m. g. %{ardharcA7di} ; ifc. f. %{A} fr. 1. %{parzu}) the region of the ribs (pl. the ribs) , side , flank (either of animate or
inanimate objects) RV. &c. &c. ; the side = nearness , proximity (with gen. or ifc. ; %{ayaH} , on
both sides ; %{am} , aside , towards ; %{e} , at the
side , near [opp. to %{dura-tas}] ; %{At} , away , from ; by means of , through) MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; a curved knife S3Br. ;
a side of any square figure
W.
; the curve or circumference of a wheel ib. ; (only n.) a multitude of ribs , the thorax W. [622,2] ; the extremity of the fore-axle nearest the wheel to
which the outside horses of a four-horse chariot are attached L. ; a fraudulent or crooked expedient L. ; m. the side horse on a chariot MBh. ; N. of
an ancient Buddhist teacher ; (with Jainas) N. of the 23rd Arhat of the present Ava-sarpin2i1 and of his servant ; (du.) heaven and earth L. ; mfn.
near , proximate (cf. comp. below).
pAzava        mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{pazu}) derived from or belonging to cattle or animals (with %{mAMsa} n. anńanimals food) Kaus3. Vet. Sus3r. ; n. a
flock , herd W.
parzu        1 m. a rib AV. TS. Br. [cf. Zd. {perezu}] ; a curved knife , sickle AV. Kaus3. [cf. Lat. {falx} ; Gk. $]
pArzvabhAga        m. sñside-portion "' , the side or flank (of an elephant) L.
u-pazu
upazaya        mfn. lying near at hand or close by , lying ready for use S3Br. S3a1n3khS3r. ; m. one of the Yu1pas (or posts to which the sacrificial
animal is tied) TS. vi , 6 , 4 , 4 ;
the lying near or by the side of ; a kind of hole in the ground (placed near the track of wild animals , for a hunter to
conceal himself in Mall. on S3is3. ii , 80) ;
(in med.) the allaying (of diseases) by suitable remedies , suitableness , usefulness , advantageous
medicine Car. ; the liking , predilection (of a sick person as for coolness &c.) ib. ; diagnosis by the effect of certain articles of food or medicine
W. ;

kalpa %{etena@kalpena} , in this way ; cf. %{pazu-k-} ,  ; (in medic.) treatment of the sick , manner of curing Sus3r. ii ; the art of preparing medicine
, pharmacy Car. ; the doctrine of poisons and antidotes Sus3r. i
;

bAhu        1 m. and (L.) f. (fr. %{bah} , %{baMh} ; for 2. %{bAhu} see col. 3) the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the arm between the elbow and the wrist
(opp. to %{pra-gaNDa} q.v.
; in medic. the whole upper extremity of the body , as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity) RV. &c. &c. ; the arm as
a measure of length (= 12 An3gulas) Sulbas. ; the fore-foot of an animal (esp. its upper part) RV. AV. Br. A1s3vGr2. ; the limb of a bow S3Br. ; the
bar of a chariot-pole Gobh. ; the post (of a door ; see %{dvAra-b-}) ;
the side of an angular figure (esp. the base of a right-angled triangle)
Su1ryas. ; the shadow of the gnomon on a sun-dial ib. ; (also du.) the constellation A1rdra1 L. ; m. N. of a Daitya MBh. ; of a prince (who brought ruin
upon his family by his illegal actions) ib. ; of a son of Vr2ika Hariv. ; of a son of Vajra VP. [Cf. Gk. $ , $ ; &222225[730 ,2] Germ. {buog} , {Bug} ; Angl.
Sax. {bo1g} ; Eng. {bough}.]

parikarman        m. a servant , assistant L. ; n. attendance , worship , adoration BhP. ; dressing , painting or perfuming the body (esp. after bathing)
MBh. Ka1lid. ; cleansing , purification S3is3. ; preparation Katha1s. (cf. %{-kara}) ; arithmetical computation or operation W. ; %{-makathA} f. prayer
(?) DivyA7v. ; %{-mA7STaka} n
. the 8 fundamental rules of arithmetic (viz. addition , subtraction , multiplication , division , finding the
square , extracting the square root , finding the cube , extracting the cube root) Col.

karman     
   %{a} n. (%{A} m. L.) , (%{kR} Un2. iv , 144) , act , action , performance , business RV. AV. S3Br. MBh. &c.  physicking , medical
attendance C
ar. ;; office , special duty , occupation , obligation (frequently ifc. , the first member of the compound being either the person who
performs the action [e.g. %{vaNik-k-}] or the person or thing for or towards whom the action is performed [e.g. %{rAja-k-} ,
%{pazu-k-}] or a
specification of the action [e.g. %{zaurya-k-} , %{prIti-k-}]) S3Br. Mn. Bhartr2. &c

dos        n. (m. only R. vi , 1 , 3 ; nom. acc. sg. %{do4s} S3Br. ; du. %{doSI} Kaus3. ; %{dorbhyAm} n. MBh. Ka1v. ; pl. %{-bhis} Ma1lav. ; %{dohSu}
BhP.) the fore-arm , the arm &c. = %{doSan} (q.v.) ; the part of an arc defining its sine Su1ryas. ;
the side of a triangle or square W. (cf. %{bAhu}
and %{bhuja}). [499,1]
pazu        m. (instr. %{pazu4nA} or
%{-zva} ; dat. %{pa4zve} or
%{paza4ve} ; gen. %{pazva4s} or
%{-zos} ; du. %{pazvA4} ; acc. pl.
%{pazva4s} or %{-zU4n}) cattle , kine
(orig. any tethered animal "' ; singly or
collect. `" a herd "') , a domestic or
sacrificial animal (as
opp. to %{mRga}
, `" wild animal ;
pazu        m. (instr. %{pazu4nA} or
%{-zva} ; dat. %{pa4zve} or
%{paza4ve} ; gen. %{pazva4s} or
%{-zos} ; du. %{pazvA4} ; acc. pl.
%{pazva4s} or %{-zU4n}) cattle , kine
(orig. any tethered animal "' ; singly or
collect. `" a herd "') , a domestic or
sacrificial animal
(as opp. to %{mRga}
, `" wild animal ;
lubdhaka        m. a hunter MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; a
covetous or greedy man L. ; the star Sirius (so
called because S3iva in the form of a hunter shot
an arrow
[represented by the three stars in
the belt of Orion
] at Brahma1 transformed into a
deer and pursuing his own daughter
metamorphosed into a doe ; cf. %{mRga-vyAdha})
Gan2it. Katha1s. ; N. of the hinder parts , Bhp.
Below there is 12 examples of the use of the SI system, the Indus person familiar with the
weight system would instantly see examples 1, 2, 3, 4, and say 6 for the first two and 30 for
the next two, then ask the person the difference between the rest of the weights.
The 6 is 5.992 that is .008 from the whole number. 5.992 / .107 = 56 the
7 thousandth of  .107  makes 7 seven x 8 = 56 of .856  this was called a Gunja and Masa of
.856 grams.
pArzvabhAga        m. sñside-portion "'
, the side or flank (of an elephant) L.
Top row                  Bottom row
Bottom row            Top row

Reversed from the difference
of the weights.

antelope
Agni        Southeast        Oṃ Raṃ
Agnaye Namaḥ        Śhula
(spear)        Svāhā        
Śukra
(Venus)
       Meṣavāhinī
Agni is symbolism for
psychological and physiological
aspects of life, states Maha Purana
section LXVII.202–203. There are
three kinds of Agni inside every
human being, states this text, the
krodha-agni or "fire of anger", the
kama-agni or "fire of passion and
desire", and the udara-agni or "fire
of digestion". These respectively
need introspective and voluntary
offerings of forgiveness,
detachment and fasting, if one
desires spiritual freedom and
liberation

Varuṇa        West        Oṃ Vaṃ
Varuṇāya Namaḥ        Pāśa
(noose)        Nalani        Śani
(Saturn)        Varun
The Vedic god Varuna, the god of
the water and the ocean and
guardian of the west.  Varuna,
rules over Shatbhishak nakshatra
the nakshatra of 1000 healers and
gives a person intelligence about
all sorts of medicine.

rhinoceros
Nirṛti (       Southwest        Oṃ Kṣaṃ
Rakṣasāya Namaḥ        Khaḍga
(sword)        Khadgini        Rāhu
(North Lunar Node)        
Khaḍgadhāriṇī
According to Vedic astrology all the
nine planets govern different types of
energy and minerals in a person’s
body and there are certain specified
herbs which are said to act as a
remedy for these malefic planets
thereby helping the affected to come
out of stressful, uncomfortable and
painful situations.From the study of
Vedic astrology it is predicted that all
the planets are divided into auspicious
planets and inauspicious planets. Not
all people can go in for gemstones
remedy for it is heavy on the pockets
and for such people the sages and
saints of ancient Vedic astrology have
assigned with roots of some herbs
which could be used to please the
planets and also to cure the diseases
associated with the concerned planets.