Rare book of Bhaskar’s Bijganit(Algebra)


Digital Rare Book:Bhaskara’s BIJA GANITA or The Algebra of the Hindus

By Edward Strachey

Of The East India Company’s Bengal Civil Service

Published by Black, Parry and Co., Leadenhall Street, London – 1813
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Bhaskara (1114 – 1185),also known as Bhaskara II and Bhaskara Achārya (“Bhaskara the teacher”)) was an Indian mathematician and astronomer. He was born near Bijjada Bida (in present day Bijapur district, Karnataka state, South India) into the Deshastha Brahmin family. Bhaskara was head of an astronomical observatory at Ujjain, the leading mathematical centre of ancient India. His predecessors in this post had included both the noted Indian mathematician Brahmagupta (598–c. 665) and Varahamihira. He lived in the Sahyadri region.
Bhaskara and his works represent a significant contribution to mathematical and astronomical knowledge in the 12th century. His main works were the Lilavati (dealing with arithmetic), Bijaganita (Algebra) and Siddhanta…

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Author: Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism

My job is to remind people of their roots. There is no black,white any religion in spiritual science. It is ohm tat sat.

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