A review is given of the activities and the principal achievements of early India in the domain of mathematics. The topics discussed are the Indian numerals, trigonometry, and the development of infinitesimal calculus.
Professor Samir Bose, Ph.D, University of Rochester (1961), Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton (1962), Tata institute of Fundamental Research (1962--63), Delhi university (1964-65),Reader. International center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, University of Notre Dame, U.S, 1966 on-wards.
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Ancient, mathematics, India, Written Numerals, hieroglyphic, Plane Trigonometry, Geometry, Kerala School
MATHEMATICS / General