Bhaskara or otherwise known as Bhaskaracharya was a 12th century Indian Mathematician and Astrologer. He followed his father’s footsteps and became a renowned Mathematician and astrologer himself. He was considered as the greatest Mathematician of medieval India and even became the head of an astronomical observatory at Ujjain, the leading Mathematical centre of ancient India. It is also believed that Bhaskara was the first to tackle the problems on differential coefficient and differential calculus even before the likes of Newton and Leibniz. He was also renowned for determining solutions of linear and quadratic indeterminate equations. However his major work was called the ‘Siddhanta Siromani composed completely in Sanskrit and consists of 1450 verses. It was divided into four independent works called ‘Lilavati’, ‘Bijaganita’, ‘Grahaga?ita’ and ‘Goladhyaya’ which deals with both Mathematical and Astronomical fields.

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