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  • Expounding the Mathematical Seed, 2by Agathe Keller

    Springer 2007; US$ 139.00

    In the 5th century the Indian mathematician Aryabhata wrote a famous work on astronomy, the "Aryabhatiya", which gives in its second chapter a summary of Hindu mathematics. This second volume contains explanations for each verse commentary translated in Volume 1. It includes an appendix on Indian astronomy, glossaries, and a bibliography. more...

  • Ancient Indian Leaps into Mathematicsby B.S. Yadav; Man Mohan

    Birkhäuser Boston 2011; US$ 119.00

    This volume presents contributions of mathematicians from ancient India to the broader context of the history of mathematics throughout the world. Topics include the work of two well-known Indian mathematicians: Brahmagupta and Bhaskaracharya; the relationship of Indian mathematics to the mathematics of China and Greece; and transmission of ideas... more...

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