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Re: Harem
keep me out of this deal...harem aur chakla mein fark hota hai
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Re: Harem
Now this posts spans 3 threads
1. This one on Harem 2. Yin Yang thread by Dhur pai 3. Netflix movies thread. Anyway, there is a series on 'Story of maths' in Netflix. One of the episodes deals with how Maths meets Harem. Relevant Text pasted below  Source is here Everything in the emperor's life was governed by the calendar, and he ran his affairs with mathematical precision. The emperor even got his mathematical advisors to come up with a system to help him sleep his way through the vast number of women he had in his harem. Never one to miss a trick, the mathematical advisors decided to base the haremon a mathematical idea called a geometric progression. Maths has never had such a fun purpose! Legend has it that in the space of 15 nights, the emperor had to sleep with 121 women... ..the empress, three senior consorts, nine wives, 27 concubines and 81 slaves. The mathematicians would soon have realised that this was a geometric progression  a series of numbers in which you get from one number to the next by multiplying the same number each time  in this case, three. Each group of women is three times as large as the previous group, so the mathematicians could quickly draw up a rota to ensure that, in the space of 15 nights, the emperor slept with every woman in the harem. The first night was reserved for the empress. The next was for the three senior consorts. The nine wives came next, and then the 27 concubines were chosen in rotation, nine each night. And then finally, over a period of nine nights, the 81 slaves were dealt with in groups of nine. Being the emperor certainly required stamina, a bit like being a mathematician, but the object is clear  to procure the best possible imperial succession. The rota ensured that the emperor slept with the ladies of highest rank closest to the full moon, when their yin, their female force, would be at its highest and be able to match his yang, or male force.
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