#ScientificSages: BHASKARACHARYA

 #ScientificSages: BHASKARACHARYA

Mathematician Bhaskaracharya

“The second value is in this case
not to be taken, for it is inadequate;
people do not approve of negative
roots.– on negative roots”

Bhaskaracharya Ji
was a mathematician and
astronomer, he was born in
Vijayawada around 1114 AD.
Bhaskaracharya Ji was born in a
Hindu Deshastha Brahmin family, the
works of Bhaskar Ji made an
important contribution to
mathematics and astronomical
knowledge in the 12th century.
Shiromani Bhaskar’s main work was
in which he has divided into four
parts named Lilavati, Algebra,
Grahaganita, and Goladhyaya, these
four sections are related to
arithmetic, algebra, mathematics of
planets and spheres.

There is a book
composed by Bhaskaracharya Ji,
Karan Kauthala, and Siddhant
Shiromani. Bhaskar Ji’s work on calculus is half a millennium before
Newton and Leibniz. Rasa-guna-
bhavam-mamotpatti: Rasa-Guna-
Varna Maya Siddhanta-Shiromam
nasties. This verse shows that he
was born in the Saka era (1114 CE) in
1036, and Bhaskara composed
Siddhant Shiromani at the age of 36
and Karda Kuttal at the age of 69
(1183). Had it. The compositions of
Bhaskar Ji shows the influence of
Mahavira, Sridhar, and Padmanabha
in the past.

His mathematical astronomy theory
is written in two parts, the first is
mathematical astronomy and the
the second part is on the sphere. In the
the first part, the mean longitude of
planet Solar Eclipse lunar eclipse
latitude of houses Sunrise equation,
etc. And the same is told in the
second part. Brahmanology and
Geography nature of the sphere
astronomical instruments etc.

wrote most of the books while living
in Ujjain. Algebra, trigonometry, and
calculus were his main subjects. Bhaskara is said to have passed his mathematical knowledge to his son Loksamudra, and he named his book Leelavati after his daughter.

Chetan Singh

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