Aryabhata was an Indian Astronomer and Mathematician. He was born in the Gupta dynasty and had a profound influence on Islamic astronomy. Aryabhatas works can be classified mainly into three sections:

•          Ganitha

•          Kala-kriya

•          Gola

Aryabhata is famous for his works which includes naming the first 10 decimal places, finding the means to obtain the square and cubic roots through the decimal number system. He was also famous for constructing the table of sines which he derived using the Pythagoras theorem. Aryabhatta also founded a general solution to linear indeterminate equations which is very similar to the Euclidean algorithm, which was a process of breaking a singular problem into smaller coefficients. He also derived several theories and equation in regards to astronomy.

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