1 edition of Bija Ganita: or the algebra of the Hindus found in the catalog.
Originally tr. from the Sanskrit into Persian by At♯ All♯h Rash♯±d♯±, and now tr. from the Persian.
|Statement||By Edward Strachey. [With notes by S. Davis]|
|Contributions||Bh♯skar♯c♯rya, 1114-, Davis, S., Ata All♯h Rash♯±d♯±, translator|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 unnumbered leaves, iii, 119 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
His work Lilavati, in which a lovely maiden is addressed and problems set to her, is a famous book on mathematics. The second book Bijaganita, is the fullest and most systematic account of Indian algebra Ganitasarasangraha of Mahaviracharya, Trishati of Shridhara, Bijaganita of Narayan are some prominent Sanskrit treatises on Indian Mathematics. technique of Algebra and the concept of zero was originated in India. But it would be surprising for us to know that even the rudiments of Geometry, called Rekha-Ganita in ancient India, were formulated and applied in the drafting of Mandalas for architectural purposes. They were also displayed in the geometric patterns used in many temple motifs.
Brahmagupta, (born —died c. , possibly Bhillamala [modern Bhinmal], Rajasthan, India), one of the most accomplished of the ancient Indian also had a profound and direct influence on Islamic and Byzantine astronomy.. Brahmagupta was an orthodox Hindu, and his religious views, particularly the Hindu yuga system of measuring the . “We must not,” adds Edward Strachey author of Bija ganita; or, The algebra of the Hindus, “be too fastidious in our belief, because we have not found the works of the teachers of Pythagoras; we have access to the wreck only of their ancient learning; but when such traces of a more perfect state of knowledge; we see that the Hindoo algebra.
An engrossing and definitive narrative account of history and myth that offers a new way of understanding one of the world's oldest major religions, The Hindus elucidates the relationship between recorded history and imaginary worlds. Hinduism does not lend itself easily to a strictly chronological account: many of its central texts cannot be reliably dated even within a century; . But the superiority of the Hindus over the Greek algebraists is scarcely so conspicuous in their discoveries as in the excellence of their method, which is altogether dissimilar to that of Diophantus (Strachey’s Bija Ganita, quoted in the “Edinburgh Review,” vol. xxi. pp. , ), and in the perfection of their algorithm.
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Translation of: Bijaganita. With: On the early history of Algebra, by E. Strachey; A dissertation on the construction and properties of arches [with Supplement], by G. : Bija ganita, or, The algebra of the Hindus Translation of: Bijaganita With: On the early history of Algebra, by E.
Strachey; A dissertation on the construction and properties of arches [with Supplement], by G. Atwood/5(4). Forming part of his Sanskrit magnum opus Siddhanta Shiromani, the present work is his treatise on algebra.
It was first published in English in after being translated from a Persian text by the East India Company civil servant Edward Strachey ().5/5(1). More examples might be given — but to proceed. The Bija Ganita is a Sanscrit treatise on algebra, by Bhascara Acharya, a celebrated Hindoo Astronomer and Mathematician, Fyzee t, who, intranslated the Lilavati, a work of his on arithmetic, mensuration, &c.
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Bijaganita was Indian mathematician Bhāskara II's treatise on algebra. It is the second volume of his main work Siddhānta Shiromani, Sanskrit for "Crown of treatises,"  alongside Lilāvati, Grahaganita and Golādhyāya.
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