It is no doubt that the world today is greatly indebted to the contributions made by Indian mathematicians. One of the most important contributions made by them was the introduction of decimal system as well as the invention of zero. Here are some of the famous Indian mathematicians dating back from Indus Valley civilization and Vedas to Modern times.
Aryabhata born December 476 CE Ashmaka is old name of Patna (Bihar) India was the first in the line of a great mathematician- astrologer from the classical …
Aryabhata worked on the place value system using letters to signify numbers and stating qualities. He discovered the position of nine planets and stated that these planets revolve around the sun. He also stated the correct number of days in a year that is 365.
The most significant contribution of Brahmagupta was the introduction of zero(0) to the mathematics which stood for “nothing”.