Minggu, 08 April 2012

Ancient Indian Mathematicians

Baudhayana: (apprx 800 B.C) Mathematician who
laid down rules of measurement in his masterpiece
Sulva Sutra , which also deals with irrational
numbers.
Apastambha: (2 nd century B.C) Mathematician
who experimented with equations to design
sacrificial altars.
Bhaskara: (Born 114 A.D) Mathematician who is
considered the father of modern Calculus.
Aryabhatta: (476-520 A.D) Mathematician and
astronomer of Pataliputra. The first Indian satellite
is named after him.
Brahmagupta: (598 A.D.-660 A.D) Mathematician
who worked with indeterminate equations (Varga
Prakriti).
Medhatithi: (6 th century A.D) Mathematician who
introduced the concept of Logarithmic, the powers
of 10 and was able to calculate very large numbers
precisely.
Neelakantha: (1444-1545 A.D) Mathematician
who devised the first known approximation of
circular constant, popularly known as * pi*.
Ramanujan Srinivasa: (1887-1920 A.D) Great
Indian Mathematician even though denied of
formal education in early life. Probability was his
main subject and later the Oxford University
invited him. Even today some of his works is not
able to resolve by the modern day
Mathematicians.
* 01. Baudhayana 800BC, * 02. Manava, 750 BC, *
03. Apastamba 600BC, * 04. Panini , 520 BC, * 05.
Katyayana , 200 BC * 06. Yavanesvara , 120 AD *
07. Aryabhata I , 476 AD,
* 08. Yativrsabha , 500 AD * 09. Varahamihira ,
505 AD * 10. Brahmagupta , 598 AD * 11.
Bhaskara I , 600 AD * 12. Lalla , 720 AD * 13.
Govindasvami , 800 AD * 14. Mahavira, 800 AD
* 15. Prthudakasvami , 830 AD * 16. Sankara , 840
AD * 17. Sridhara , 870 AD * 18. Aryabhata II , 920
AD * 19. Vijayanandi, 940 AD * 20. Sripati , 1019
AD * 21. Brahmadeva, 1060 AD
* 22. Bhaskara II , 1114 AD * 23. Mahendra Suri,
1340 AD * 24. Narayana , 1340 AD * 25. Madhava,
1350 AD * 26. Paramesvara , 1370 AD * 27.
Nilakantha , 1444 AD
* 28. Jyesthadeva , 1500 AD * 29. Kamalakara ,
1616 AD * 30. Jagannatha , 1690 AD
Ancient Bharata's Famous Schools: The
Odantapuri, in Bihar (550-1040 CE), Somapura ;
(Gupta period: Muslim conquest), Jagaddala, in
Bengal (Pal period: Muslim conquest)
Nagarjunakonda, in Andhra Pradesh,
Vikramasila , in Bihar (800-1040 CE), Valabhi , in
Gujarat (Maitrak period: 712 AD Arab raids),
Varanasi in UP (750AD to modern times)
Kanchipuram , in Tamil Nadu, Manyakheta , in
Karnataka (880 AD - ), Sharada Peeth, in Kashmir
(800 AD - ), Puspagiri, in Orissa (600 AD –1090).

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