# All posts tagged: Mathematics

## Virahanka Numbers – Part III

An amazing property of Virahanka’s numbers: Any positive integer can be represented either as a Virahanka number or as a sum of non-consecutive Virahanka numbers (Sankhyaank), without repetition.

## Virahanka Numbers – Part II

For the tree graphs used to generate the matra prastaar for quarter having ‘n’ matras, every node will have two branches – first one for G and second one for L, & the branches end when their total matra values become equal to ‘n’

## Virahanka Numbers – Part I

Virahanka gave a comprehensive explanation of the Prastaar and Sankhya pratyays for matra vrutta in his Prakrit work Vrattajati samuccaya – Fibonacci sequence is actually the sequence of Virahanka’s Sankhyankas

## The KaTaPaYadi Code: An Ancient Practice of Encryption

Katapayadi offers a glimpse into a past where knowledge was thought of and presented in a fundamentally unique way, in which seemingly diverse strands of human pursuit, be it language, philosophy, mathematics, music, fine arts, or science, were all blended into a single form, as though it is all one.

## हिन्दू दर्शन के माध्यम से गणित की ऐतिहासिक यात्रा

इस लेख में तृषारजी हमें श्रीनिवाल रामानुजम् से मिलवाते हैं।

## Mathematics in India

Kim Plofker reexamines the few facts about Indian mathematics from the Vedic period to the early modern period.

## A Life Immersed in Vedanta & Mathematics: Prof. V Krishnamurthy (Part II)

Read part I. You have dedicated your newly refurbished website to your father, where you describe him as ‘a monumental example of a Karma Yogi, Ananya Bhakta, and Atmajnani all…

## A Life Immersed in Vedanta & Mathematics: Prof. V Krishnamurthy (Part I)

There is perhaps a unique connection between Mathematics and Spirituality. We all know about the spiritual connection that Srinivasa Ramanujan, the great mathematics genius had with Namakkal, his family deity.…

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasure – Part II

Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasure is a new series of articles by Salil Sawarkar, introducing the rich mathematical heritage of our country. This is the second article in the series.

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasure – Part I

Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasure I is the first article in the new series of articles on development of mathematics in ancient India.