The % distances of all the 22 Shrutis from Shadja are actually the % distances within the 7 Natural notes ! (Refer to following table)

For example, if we consider R at 112.5 as 100, M at 133.33 comes at 118.51.

If we consider G at 125 as 100, S' at 200 comes at 160.

Thus, 17 Shrutis as shown above are also based **only** at % distances between natural Swaras.

It can be seen that 2 positions of the same swara have appeared here, namely:

- 12 Rishabhas : 111.11(R1) and 112.5(R2), and 112.5/111.11 =
**1.0125** - 22 Komal Gandhars : 118.51(g1) and 120(g2), and 120/118.51 =
**1.0125** - 32 Madhyams : 133.33(M1) and 135(M2), and 135/133.33 =
**1.0125** - 42 Dhaivats : 166.66(D1) and 168.75(D2), and 168.75/166.66 =
**1.0125** - 52 Komal Nishads : 177.77(n1) and 180(n2), and 180/177.77 =
**1.0125**

Very interestingly, the ratio between all these is **1.0125!** This has to be therefore the ratio in all other missing Shruti-pairs (r1-r2, G1-G2, m1-m2, d1-d2 and N1-N2) also.

And in fact, it is so!

As we know now, this value of **1.0125** is the ratio of **"Pramana Shruti"**.

Thus, one and all the % distances of 22 Shrutis from Shadja are actually found between the 7 "Natural" Swaras. This should be a great revelation.