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Ganita Bharati, the Bulletin of the Indian Society for History of Mathematics is devoted to publication of significant original articles in history of Mathematics and related areas.
Although English is the official language of the journal, an article of exceptional merit written in French, German, Sanskrit or Hindi will also be considered only as a special case. Ansari Mohammad Bagheri S. Gupta Takao Hayashi Jan P. Hogendijik Subhash Kak Victor J. Katz Wenlin Li J. Sharma Chikara Sasaki M. Vadiya Ioannis M Vandoulakis D. On the History of Nested Intervals: From Archimedes to Cantor by G.
Explanation of the Vakyasodhana procedure for the Candravakyas by M. Balachandra rao, Reviewed by Surabhi Saccidananda. Some Recent Publications in History of Mathematics.
The Candravakyas of Madhava by R. A tribute to Syamadas Mukhopadhyaya; On the occasion of his th birth anniversary by S. Balachandra Rao Reviewed by B. An Overview by M. Sriram and Sita Sundar Ram.
Ganita-Bharati : Bulletin of the Indian Society for History of Mathematics.
Hyperbolic Geometry in ganitta Work of J. On the Legacy of Ibn Al-Haytham: A Multifaceted Mathematician by R. Indian Astronomy – Concepts and Procedures, by S.
Balachandra Rao, Reviewed by C.
Vandoulakis and Petros Stefaneas. Pingala’s Fountain by R. Sri Rajaditya’s Vyavaharaganita, Ed.
A hypothetical history of Old Babylonian mathematics: Mesopotamian zig-zag function of day length from Indian point of view by Yukio Ohashi. Treatises and tables, algorithms and approximations: Fundamentals of arithmetic according to? A recursive formula for tabular Rsines by Vanishri Bhat and K. Use of Continued Fractions in Karanapaddhati by M. Sriram and Venketeswara Pai R. Varasankalita of Narayana Pandita by Shriram M.
Seasonal Poetry as Science: Sriram Reviewed by S. Kothalawala, Sanjay Kumar, Y. Singh, Mahesh Chander and H. The Hbarati of Decimal Counting: Modes of Creation of a Technical Vocabulary: The Discovery of Madhava Series by Whish: An Episode in Historiography of Science by U.
The “Ignominious Fate” of Spherical Trigonometry? Bhxrati the Elements into Sanskrit: A Preliminary Assessment by Clemency Montelle. Effects of Moon’s Parallax: Balachandra Rao and Padmaja Venugopal. India and the World of Mathematics by M. Gupta Receives the Kenneth O. May Prize by Kim Plofker. A Centennial Tribute to Professor L. Gurjar by Medha S. Hermann Minkowski – in Remembrance. Chinese Mathematical Astronomy from ca. Vatesvara’s Trigonometric Tables and the Method by V.
Contribution to History of n-Groups by Malisa Zizovi. Tattersall and Shawnee L. Mathematics of Anuyogadwara – Sutra. Formulation of Chinese Classical Mathematical Astronomy. Algebraic Models In Paitamaha Siddhanta.
Letters To The Editor. David Pingree And Indian Mathematics. Kerala Mathematical Tradition – Some Landmarks. Ivan Bernoulli Series Bjarati. Paul Halmos – Expositor Par Excellence. GB Contents Pages Vol.
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The cover letter should also include an ethical statement disclosing any conflict of interest that may directly or indirectly impart bias to the research work. Conflict of interest most commonly arises from the source of funding, and therefore, the name s of funding agency must be mentioned in the cover letter. Articles on a broad range of topics, all the way from mathematics from the ancient cultures around the world to historical aspects of modern mathematics are welcome. Month s of Publication: Volume 35 Issue Comb.
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Volume 32 Issue Comb. Volume 31 Issue Comb. Topics History of mathematics of various periods, from ancient to modern Subject Covered Articles on a broad range of topics, all the way from mathematics from the ancient cultures around the world to historical aspects of modern mathematics are welcome.