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Extractions: Version for printing Essentially nothing is known of the life of Aryabhata II. Historians have argued about his date and have come up with many different theories. In [1] Pingree gives the date for his main publications as being between 950 and 1100. This is deduced from the usual arguments such as which authors Aryabhata II refers to and which refer to him. G R Kaye argued in 1910 that Aryabhata II lived before al-Biruni but Datta [2] in 1926 showed that these dates were too early. The article [3] argues for a date of about 950 for Aryabhata II's main work, the Mahasiddhanta, but R Billiard has proposed a date for Aryabhata II in the sixteenth century. Most modern historians, however, consider the most likely dates for his main work as around 950 and we have given very approximate dates for his birth and death based on this hypothesis. See [7] for a fairly recent discussion of this topic. The most famous work by Aryabhata II is the Mahasiddhanta which consists of eighteen chapters. The treatise is written in Sanskrit verse and the first twelve chapters form a treatise on mathematical astronomy covering the usual topics that Indian mathematicians worked on during this period. The topics included in these twelve chapters are: the longitudes of the planets, eclipses of the sun and moon, the projection of eclipses, the lunar crescent, the rising and setting of the planets, conjunctions of the planets with each other and with the stars.
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References For Aryabhata_II References for the biography of aryabhata ii. VN Jha, aryabhata ii s methodfor finding cube root of a number, Ganita Bharati 19 (14) (1997), 60-68. http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Aryabhata_II.html
Extractions: B Datta, Two Aryabhatas of al-Biruni, Bull. Calcutta Math. Soc. T Hayashi, T Kusuba and M Yano, Indian values for derived from Aryabhata's value, Historia Sci. No. S K Jha and V N Jha, Computation of sine-table based on the Mahasiddhanta of Aryabhata II, J. Bihar Math. Soc. V N Jha, Aryabhata II's method for finding cube root of a number, Ganita Bharati V N Jha, Indeterminate analysis in the context of the Mahasiddhanta of Aryabhata II, Indian J. Hist. Sci. D Pingree, On the date of the Mahasiddhanta of the second Aryabhata, Ganita Bharati Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
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Extractions: by D.P. Agrawal Brahmanas , the maths served the main purpose of rituals. The credit for giving maths the form of an abstract discipline goes to the Jainas. Jaina mathematics is one of the least understood chapters of Indian science, mainly because of the scarcity of the extant original works. For example, the Jainas recognized five different kinds of infinity. They were the first to conceive of transfinite numbers, a concept, which was brought to Europe by Cantor in the late 19th century. The two thousand year old Jaina literature may hold valuable clues to the very nature of mathematics. This is one area where further research could prove very fruitful. Joseph's book, The Crest of the Peacock , makes a delightful reading and is a powerful book against the Eurocentric History of Science and Technology. And precisely for this reason it has been criticised by western scholars. The following introduction to Jaina maths is mainly based on Joseph's work and A Concise History of Science in India edited by Bose et al.