## Varahamihira is the Brihat-Samhita

Brihat – Samhita Another important contribution of Varahamihira is the Brihat-Samhita. It covers wide ranging subjects of human interest, including astrology, planetary movements, eclipses, rainfall, clouds, architecture, growth of crops, manufacture of perfume, matrimony, domestic relations, gems, pearls, and rituals. The volume expounds on gemstone evaluation criterion found in the Garuda Purana, and elaborates onपढ़ना जारी रखें “Varahamihira is the Brihat-Samhita”

## Place values system and Zero interduce to world by Aryabhata

Mathematics Place value system and zero The palce values system, first seen in the 3rd-century Bakhshali was clearly in place in his work. While he did not use a symbol for Zero, the French mathematician Georges Ifrah   argues that knowledge of zero was implicit in Aryabhata’s  Palce – Values System as a place holderपढ़ना जारी रखें “Place values system and Zero interduce to world by Aryabhata”

## Indian Mathematician and astronomer Brahmagupta

Brahmagupta (598–.670 CE) was an Indian Mathematician and astronomer who wrote two important works on Mathematics and Astronomy: the Brahmaphutasiddhanta (Extensive Treatise of Brahma) (628), a theoretical treatise, and the Khandakhadyaka, a more practical text. There are reasons to believe that Brahmagupta originated from Bhinmal. the Durkeamynarda in 672. The Brahmasphutasiddhanta (Corrected Treatise of Brahma)पढ़ना जारी रखें “Indian Mathematician and astronomer Brahmagupta”

## Varahamihira’s mathematical work included the discovery of the trigonometric formulas

Varahamihira’s Contributions of Trigonometry Varahamihira’s mathematical work included the discovery of the trigonometric formulas Varahamihira improved the accuracy of the sine tables of Aryabhata I. Arithmetic He defined the algebraic properties of zero as well as of negative numbers. Combinatorics He was among the first mathematicians to discover a version of what is now knownपढ़ना जारी रखें “Varahamihira’s mathematical work included the discovery of the trigonometric formulas”

## Varahamihira is the Brihat-Samhita

Brihat – Samhita Another important contribution of Varahamihira is the Brihat-Samhita. It covers wide ranging subjects of human interest, including astrology, planetary movements, eclipses, rainfall, clouds, architecture, growth of crops, manufacture of perfume, matrimony, domestic relations, gems, pearls, and rituals. The volume expounds on gemstone evaluation criterion found in the Garuda Purana, andपढ़ना जारी रखें “Varahamihira is the Brihat-Samhita”

## Varahamihira, was an Indian astronomer, Indian astronomer, mathenatician, and astrologer

Varahamihira an Indian astronomer Varahamihira वराहमिहिर) (505–587 CE- India), also called Varaha or Mihir, was an Indian astronomer, mathenatician, and astrologer and who lived in Ujjain. He was born in Avanti region, roughly corresponding to modern-day Malwa, to Adityadasa, who was himself an astronomer. According to one of his own works, he was educated atपढ़ना जारी रखें “Varahamihira, was an Indian astronomer, Indian astronomer, mathenatician, and astrologer”

Bhaskara II Astronomy Using an astronomical model developed by Brahmagupta in the 7th century, Bhaskara accurately defined many astronomical quantities, including, for example, the length of the sidereal year, the time that is required for the Earth to orbit the Sun, as 365.2588 days which is the same as in Suryasiddhanta. The modern accepted measurementपढ़ना जारी रखें “Bhaskara II Astronomy Therory”

## Bhaskara’s II contributions to mathematics – India

Bhaskara’s II  Mathematics Some of Bhaskara’s contributions to mathematics include the following: A proof of the Pythagorean Theorem by calculating the same area in two different ways and then canceling out terms to get a2 + b2 = c2. In Lilavati, solutions of quadric , cubic and quartic indeterminate equation are explained. Solutions of indeterminate quadratic equations (of theपढ़ना जारी रखें “Bhaskara’s II contributions to mathematics – India”

## The Siddhanta-Shiromani by Bhaskar II

The Siddhanta-Shiromani Lilavati The first section Lilavati  (also known as patiganita or ankaganita ) consists of 277 verses. It covers calculations, progressions, menstruation permutations, and other topics. Bijaganita The second section Bījagaṇita has 213 verses. It discusses zero, infinity, positive and negative numbers, and indeterminate equations including (the now called) Pell’s equation, solving it usingपढ़ना जारी रखें “The Siddhanta-Shiromani by Bhaskar II”

## Indian Mathematician & Astronomer Bhaskara II

Bhaskara gives his date of birth, and date of composition of his major work, in a verse in the Arya Meter. Rasa-guna-purna-mahisama Saka-nrpa-samaye bhavat mamotpattih/ Rasa-guna-varsena maya Siddhanta-siromani racitah// This reveals that he was born in 1036 of the saka era (1114 CE), and that he composed the Siddhanta Siromani when he was 36 yearsपढ़ना जारी रखें “Indian Mathematician & Astronomer Bhaskara II”