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Tag: Indian Mathematician
Manava the Indian author was the first Vedic priest to work on the text of one of the Sulba Sutras and introduced the approximate value of π.
Bhaskara 1 was an 7th-century Indian Mathematician and Astronomer who was born in c. 600 BC and died in the c. 680 BC.
Sri Dharacharya was an Indian Mathematician who was born in 870 CE and died in c. 930 CE. He separated algebra from arithmetic.
Puri Shankaracharya or Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Shri Nischalananda Saraswati is 145 Sankaracharya (Head) of Govardhan Matha Puri.
Baudhayana was an Indian Mathematician, who is author of Sulbasuta was born in 800 BC. He is the original founder of Pythagoras’s Theorem.
Varāhamihira is an Indian Mathematician who was born during the early 6th-century. He was born in the Avanti region and brought up in Ujjain
Mahāvīra or Mahaviracharya was a 9th-century Jain mathematician born near to Mysore, in southern India. He was born in the year 815 AD.
Iriññāttappiḷḷi Mādhavan Nampūtiri known as Mādhava of Sangamagrāma was a Hindu mathematician and astronomer
Mādhava of Sangamagrama was a Indian mathematician. He started Kerala school of mathematics. He worked on calculus, algebra & trigonometry.
Brahmagupta was an Indian mathematicians. He was master of astronomy, expert in mathematics, in topics like algorithmics, algebra, trigonometry, & geometry.
Aryabhata I was the first of the major Mathematician-Astronomers from the classical age of Indian Mathematics and Indian Astronomy
Aryabhata or Aryabhatta was one of the greatest Mathematicians and Astrologer of India. He is known as the father of the Indian cyclic astronomy.
Srinivasa Ramanujan is an Indian Mathematical Genius developed many theories like Srinivasa Ramanujan Number, Srinivasa Ramanujan Magic Square and so on