References for: An overview of Indian mathematics


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Books

  1. 1. R Calinger, A conceptual history of mathematics (Upper Straddle River, N. J., 1999).
  2. L V Gurjar, Ancient Indian Mathematics and Vedha (Poona, 1947).
  3. G G Joseph, The crest of the peacock (London, 1991).
  4. R Mukherjee, Discovery of zero and its impact on Indian mathematics (Calcutta, 1991).
  5. C N Srinivasiengar, The history of ancient Indian mathematics (Calcutta, 1967).
  6. A I Volodarskii, Outlines of the history of medieval Indian mathematics (Russian) "Nauka" (Moscow, 1977).
Articles

  1. R C Gupta, A bibliography of selected Sanskrit and allied works on Indian mathematics and mathematical astronomy, Ganita Bharati 3 (3-4) (1981), 86-102.
  2. R C Gupta, A select bibliography of articles on ancient Indian mathematics, Math. Education 9 (4) (1975), B65-B75.
  3. R C Gupta, Glimpses of ancient Indian mathematics, Math. Education 11 (4) (1977), B80-B81.
  4. R C Gupta, Indian mathematics abroad up to the tenth century A.D., Ganita Bharati 4 (1-2) (1982), 10-16.
  5. R C Gupta, Indian mathematics and astronomy in the eleventh century Spain, Ganita Bharati 2 (3-4) (1980), 53-57.
  6. T Hayashi and T Kusuba, Twenty-one algebraic normal forms of Citrabhanu, Historia Math. 25 (1) (1998), 1-21.
  7. P Jha, Indian mathematics in the Dark Age, Ganita-Bharati 17 (1-4) (1995), 75-79.
  8. R Lal and R Prasad, Integral solutions of the equation Nx^2+1 = y^2 in ancient Indian mathematics (cakravala or the cyclic method), Ganita Bharati 15 (1-4) (1993), 41-54.
  9. K M Marar and C T Rajagopal, Gregory's series in the mathematical literature of Kerala, Math. Student 13 (1945), 92-98.
  10. V Mishra and S L Singh, Height and distance problems in ancient Indian mathematics, Ganita-Bharati 18 (1-4) (1996), 25-30.
  11. Kh R Muzafarova, Indian mathematics in Central Asia after al-Khwarizmi (Russian), in The great medieval scientist al-Khwarizmi (Tashkent, 1985), 240-247.
  12. I Oami, Ancient Indian mathematics (Japanese), Sugakushi Kenkyu No. 74 (1977), 31-43.
  13. S Parameswaran, Putumana Somayaji, Ganita Bharati 14 (1-4) (1992), 37-44.
  14. K R Rajagopalan, State of Indian mathematics in the southern region up to 10th century A.D., Ganita Bharati 4 (1-2) (1982), 78-82.
  15. C T Rajagopal and M S Rangachari, On medieval Kerala mathematics, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 35 (2) (1986), 91-99.
  16. R Rashed, Indian mathematics in Arabic, in The intersection of history and mathematics (Basel, 1994), 143-148.
  17. K V Sarma and S Hariharan, Yuktibhasa of Jyesthadeva : a book of rationales in Indian mathematics and astronomy - an analytical appraisal, Indian J. Hist. Sci. 26 (2) (1991), 185-207.
  18. R K Sarma, A note on the use of words for numbers in ancient Indian mathematics, Math. Education 7 (1973), A44-A45.
  19. K Shankar Shukla, Early Hindu methods in spherical astronomy, Ganita 19 (2) (1968), 49-72.
  20. T Thrivikraman, On the contribution of Kerala to mathematics in the late medieval and early modern periods, Math. Student 53 (1-4) (1985), 204-208
  21. A I Volodarskii, Indian mathematics and al-Biruni (Russian), in History and methodology of the natural sciences XX (Moscow, 1978), 49-57.
  22. A I Volodarskii, al-Khwarizmi and Indian mathematics (Russian), in The great medieval scientist al-Khwarizmi (Tashkent, 1985), 232-238.

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