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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Arryabhatiya. Aryabhata— The author xvii 2. His place xvii 1. His time xix 4. His pupils xxii 5. Aryabhata’s works xxiii 6. The Aryabhatiya xxiii 1. Its contents xxiii 2. A collection of two compositions xxv 3.
A work of the Brahma school xxvi 4. Its notable features xxvii 1. The alphabetical system of numeral notation xxvii 2. The table of sine-differences xxviii 4. Solution of indeterminate equations malayalaj 6.
Theory of the Earth’s rotation xxix 7. The astronomical parameters xxix 8. Time and divisions of time xxix 9. Theory of planetary motion xxxi Innovations in planetary computation xxxiii Celestial latitudes of the ma,ayalam xxxiii Use of the radian measure in minutes xxxiv 5.
Its importance and popularity xxxiv 6. Commentaries on the Aryabhatiya xxxv a Commentaries in Sanskrit 1. Bhaskara I’s commentary xxxv 2. Prabhakara’s commentary xxxvi 3.
Somes vara’ s commentary xxxvi 4. Suryadeva Yajva’s commentary xxxvii 5. Paramesvara’s commentary xl 6. Nilakantha Somayaji’s commentary xhv 8. Raghunatha-raja’s commentary xlv j 9. Commentary of Madhava Kodandarama’s commentary b Commentaries mslayalam Telugu Kodandarama’s commentary lv VirUpaksa’s commentary lv c Commentaries in Malayalam Krsnadasa’s commentary lv Anonymous commentary in Marathi lviii 7.
Works based on the Aryabhatfya Ivui 1. The Karana-ratna of Deva lvil1 3. The Gtaha-cara-nibandhana of Haridatta lix 4. The Karava-paddhati of Putumana Somayaji lxii 8. The Aryabhata-siddhanta-tulya-karana of Virasirhha lxii 8. Transmission malaylam Arab lxil 7.
The Aryabhata-siddhanta and the Aryabhatiya lxiii 2. The astronomical instruments and special methods lxv 3. The present edition lxvlli a Sanskrit text lxviii 1. Text manuscripts lxix 2. Text preserved in commentaries lxxl 3.
Quotations from later commentators lxxu 4. Variations in reading lxxm 5. Selection of readings lxxiv b English translation, notes etc. Sum of the series 2 n 2 and 2n 3 Product of factors from their sum and squares Quantities from their difference and product Interest on principal Rule of three Simplification of the quotients of fractions Reduction of two fractions to a common denominator Method of inversion Unknown quantities from sums of all but one H8 Increase and decrease in the size of the Earth Khagola The prime vertical, meridian and horizon Parallax in a solar eclipse Rsine of the zenith distance of the central ecliptic point Index of Half- verses and Key passages.
Index-Glossary of Technical terms Subject Index — IV. The author mentions his name at two places in the Aryabhatiya, first in the opening stanza of the first chapter viz. In the conclu- ding stanza, he calls the work Aryabhatiya ‘A composition of Aryabhata’ after his own name. This Aryabhata is a different person from his namesake of the tenth century A.
To distinguish between the two, the author of the Aryabhatiya is called Aryabhata I, and the author of the Maha-siddhmta is called Aryabhata II. It is Aryabhafa I, author of the Aryabhatiya, after whose name the first Indian satellite was designated ‘Aryabhata’ and put into orbit on April 19, and whose th birth anniversary is being celebrated now.
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Kusumapura Aryabhata I does not expressly state the place to which he belonged, but he mentions Kusumapura and there are reasons to believe that he lived at Kusumapura and wrote his Aryabhatiya there. In stanza 1 of chapter ii of the Aryabhatiya, he writes: He also informs us that at Magadha the year commenced on the first tithi of the dark half of the month Sravana and ended on the fifteenth tithi of the light half of the month Asadha.
From the writings of the early Jaina scholars who belonged to Kusuma- pura we know that the astronomers of Pataliputra in Magadha were the followers of the Brahma school. We also know that in Magadha, since A. Hence we can conclude without any shadow of doubt that Arya- bhata I flourished at Kusumapura or Pataliputra in ancient Magadha, or modern Patna long. I, Londonpp.
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Asmaka Bh5skara I A. The use of the above-mentioned words shows that Aryabhata I was an Asmaka, i. According to the commentator Nllakantha A.
Magadha in ancient times was a great centre of learning. The famous University of Nalanda” was situated in that state in the modern district of Patna. There was a special provision for the study of astronomy in this University. malayalxm
It is quite likely that he was a Kulapati of the University of Nalanda which was in a flourishing state in the fifth and sixth centuries A. There is a verse in the Aryabhafiya which runs as follows: See, opening lines malayqlam Nilakantha’s comm.
See Universities in Ancient India, p. Since the Kali year elapsed corresponds to A. The Gupta king Buddhagupta reigned at Pataliputra from A. This shows that Aryabhata I was born in the same year in which Buddhagupta took over the reigns of government at Pataliputra. To be more precise, years of the Kali era came to an end on Sunday, March 21, A.
The Bihar Research Society, Patna, celebrates the birth anni- versary of Aryabhata on April 13, the day on which the Sun now enters into the nirayana sign Aries i. Mean positions of the Planets 2 at Kali elapsed, i. What consideration prompted Aryabhata I to mwlayalam the aryabhatiay of the Kali year which happened to occur on Sunday, March 21, A.
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Or, does it denote the time of composition of the Aryabhafiya? According to the commentators of the Aryabhafiya, the object of specifying the end of the Kali year was to show that at that time the precession of the equinoxes amounted to zero and the mean positions of the planets obtained from the astronomical parameters given in the Gitika-pada did not require any correction. The commentator SDryadeva 6. Clark and Baladeva Misra, too, hold the same opinion.
Sengupta once entertained this view but later discarded it. The Kerala astronomer Haridatta also called Haradatta c A Dthe alleged author of the so-called Sakabda correction with epoch at Sakahas, as remarked by the commentator Nilakantba 1 rather in surpriseinterpreted the above-mentioned verse of the Aryabhafiya viz, iii.
Kuppanna Sastri has called it a wrong interpretation. See his commentary on A, iv. See Mahabteskarlyam, edited by T. Kuppanna Sastri, introduction, p. Kuppanna Sastri, is a mistaken impression. This is also in conformity with what, according to Bhaskara I, Aryabhafa I himself told his pupils while teaching the subject. The Iryabhafiya does not throw light on such aspects as his parentage, his educational careeer, or other details of his personal life.