Narayana Pandit was a renowned Mathematician of India known for his most famous work Ganita Kaumudi on Arithmetic in 1356. He had also written another algebraic treatise called Bijganita Vatamsa and is also the author of an elaborate commentary of Bhaskara II's Lilavati, titled Karmapradipika which contains seven different methods for squaring numbers. In his Ganita Kaumudi he gave a rule of finding integral triangles whose sides differ by one unit of length and which contain a pair of right-angled triangles having integral sides with a common integral height. His other contributions include investigations into the second order, solutions of indeterminate higher-order equations and methods of integer factorization. It is also suggested that Narayana made minor contributions to the ideas of differential calculus.

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