References for Varahamihira


Books:

  1. G Ifrah, A universal history of numbers : From prehistory to the invention of the computer (London, 1998).

Articles:

  1. G Abraham, Theories for the motion of the Sun in the Pancasiddhantika, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 34 (3) (1985), 221-230.
  2. D G Dhavale, The Kapitthaka of Varahamihira, in Proceedings of the Symposium on Copernicus and Astronomy, New Delhi, 1973, Indian J. History Sci. 9 (1) (1974), 77-78; 141.
  3. Ghayasuddin, Varahamihira, the best Sanskrit source of al-Biruni on Indian Jyotisa, in Proceedings of the Symposium on al-Biruni and Indian Sciences, New Delhi, 1971, Indian J. History Sci. 10 (2) (1975), 139-152;159-160.
  4. R C Gupta, Varahamihira's calculation of öC¨ and the discovery of Pascal's triangle, Ganita Bharati 14 (1-4) (1992), 45-49.
  5. T Hayashi, Varahamihira's pandiagonal magic square of the order four, Historia Math. 14 (2) (1987), 159-166.
  6. T S Kuppanna Sastry, The Vasistha-Paulisa Venus in the Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira, Indian J. Hist. Sci. 14 (2) (1979), 150-154.
  7. O Neugebauer and D Pingree, The Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira. I, Hist.-Filos. Skr. Danske Vid. Selsk. 6 (1) (1970).
  8. O Neugebauer and D Pingree, The Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira. II, Hist.-Filos. Skr. Danske Vid. Selsk. 6 (2) (1971).
  9. K S Shukla, The Panca-siddhantika of Varahamihira. II, Ganita 28 (1977), 99-116.
  10. K S Shukla, The Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira. I, in Proceedings of the Symposium on Copernicus and Astronomy, New Delhi, 1973, Indian J. History Sci. 9 (1) (1974) 62-76; 141.
  11. K S Shukla, The Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira. I (errata insert), Ganita 24 (1) (1973), 59-73.

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