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Krishna Aur Kans in Hindi dubbed in Tamil Movie Download. Baaghi movie download 1080p torrent. Krishna Aur Kans full movie in hindi dubbed in english.Q: How to calculate the holonomy of the family of parallel transport maps I’m trying to compute the holonomy of the family of parallel transport maps. Suppose $M$ is a closed manifold, $p\in M$ and $\rho_t$ is a one parameter subgroup of $O(T_pM)$ such that $\rho_t(v_p)=tv_p+b$ for some $b\in T_pM$. Suppose also that $X_t=\rho_t(X_p)$ for some $X_p\in T_pM$. In the book «Riemannian Geometry» by do Carmo, it says that the holonomy is the element $h_t\in\pi_1(M)$ such that $h_t(\gamma)=\gamma’$ where $\gamma:[0,1]\to M$ is a piecewise smooth curve with $\gamma(0)=p$, $\gamma(1)=\rho_t(X_p)$ and $\gamma'(0)=X_p$. It also says that this $h_t$ is defined by the variation vector field $\gamma'(t)$. How do we calculate $h_t$ from the above information? What do we use to define $\gamma'(t)$? What is the definition of $\gamma'(t)$ exactly? I know that the definition is the curve that starts at $p$ and that the curve traces the flow line $\gamma(t)$ of the vector field $-X_t$ from $p$ to $\gamma(t)$. A: Let $\gamma:[0,1]\to M$ be a smooth curve such that $\gamma(0)=p$, $\gamma(1)=\rho_t(X_p)$ and $\gamma'(0)=X_p$. The curve $\gamma$ lifts to $\tilde\gamma: \mathbb{R}\to \tilde M$ which is smooth by construction. Notice that \$\tilde\gamma'(