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References

Books:
Boyer, C. B. (1968). A History of Mathematics. USA: John Wiley and Sons, INC.
Al-Daffa, A. A. (1977). The Muslim Contribution to Mathematics. USA: Humanities Press. [All references denoted by AA'D]
Datta, B. and Singh, A. N. (1962). History of Hindu Mathematics, a source book, Parts 1 and 2, (single volume). Bombay: Asia Publishing House. [Denoted by AS/BD]
Duncan, D. E. (1998). The Calendar. London: Fourth Estate. [Denoted by DD]
Gurjar, L. V. (1947). Ancient Indian Mathematics and Vedha. Poona: [Denoted by LG]
Joseph, G. G. (2000). The Crest of the Peacock, non-European roots of Mathematics. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press. [Denoted by GJ]
Katz, V. J. (1998). A History of Mathematics (an introduction). USA: Addison-Wesley.
Rashed, R. (1994). The Development of Arabic Mathematics: between Arithmetic and Algebra, especially "Appendix 1: The Notion of Western Science: Science as a Western Phenomenon. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [Denoted by RR]
Srinivasiengar, C. N. (1967). The History of Ancient Indian Mathematics. Calcutta: The World Press Private LTD. [Denoted by CS]
Struik, D. J. (1948). A Concise History of Mathematics. New York: Dover Publications, INC.

Journal articles:
Almeida, D. F., John, J. K. and Zadorozhnyy, A. (2001). Keralese Mathematics: Its Possible Transmission to Europe and the Consequential Educational Implications. Journal of Natural Geometry 20, 77-104. [All references denoted by DA/JJ/AZ1]
Channabasappa, M. N. (1984). Mathematical Terminology Peculiar to the Bakhshali Manuscript. Ganita-Bharati (Bulletin of the Indian Society of the History of Mathematics) 6, 13-18.
Dwary, N. N. (1991). Mathematics in Ancient and Medieval India. The Mathematics Education (Historical) 8, 39-41. [Denoted by ND1]
Gupta, R. C. (1990). The Chronic Problem of Ancient Indian Chronology. Ganita-Bharati 12, 17-26. [Denoted by RG1]
Gupta, R. C. (1986). Highlights of Mathematical Developments in India. The Mathematics Education 20, 131-138. [Denoted by RG2]
Gupta, R. C. (1976). Aryabhata, Ancient India's Greatest Astronomer and Mathematician. The Mathematics Education 10, B69-B73. [Denoted by RG3]
Gupta, R. C. (1982). Indian Mathematics Abroad upto the tenth Century A.D. Ganita-Bharati 4, 10-16. [Denoted by RG4]
Gupta, R. C. (1974). An Indian Approximation of Third Order Taylor Series Approximation of the Sine. Historica Mathematica 1, 287-289. [Denoted by RG5]
Gupta, R. C. (1983). Spread and Triumph of Indian Numerals. Indian Journal of History of Science 18, 23-38
Gupta, R. C. (1987). South Indian Achievements in Medieval Mathematics. Ganita-Bharati 9, 15-40.
Gupta, R. C. (1976). Development of Algebra. The Mathematics Education 10, B53-B61.
Gupta, R. C. (1980). Indian Mathematics and Astronomy in the Eleventh Century Spain. Ganita-Bharati 2, 53-57.
Gupta, R. C. (1977). On Some Mathematical Rules from the Aryabhatiya. Indian Journal of History of Science 12, 200-206.
Kak, S. C. (2000). Birth and Early Development of Indian Astronomy. The History of Non-Western Astronomy, 303-340. [Denoted by SK1]
Kak, S. C. (1993). Astronomy of the Vedic Altars. Vistas in Astronomy 36, 117-140.
Kak, S. C. (1988). A Frequency Analysis of the Indus Script. Cryptologia 12, 129-143.
Kak, S. C. (1999). The Solar Numbers In Angkor Wat. Indian Journal of history of Science 34, 117-126.
Kak, S. C. (1987). The Paninian Approach to Natural Language Processing. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 1, 117-130.
Kak, S. C. (2000). Indian Binary Numbers and the Katapayadi Notation. Annals (B.O.R. Institute) 131, 269-272.
Kak, S. C. (2000). An Interesting Combinatoric Sutra. Indian Journal of History of Science 35, 123-127.
Kak, S. C. (1997). Three Old Indian Values of p. Indian Journal of History of Science 32, 307-314.
Majumdar, P. K. (1981). A Rationale of Brahmagupta's Method of Solving
ax + c = by. Indian Journal of History of Science 16, 111-117.
Rajagopal, C. T. and Rangachari, M. S. (1977-78). On an Untapped Source of Medieval Keralese Mathematics. Archive for History of Exact Sciences 18, 89-102. [Denoted by CR/MR1]
Rajagopal, C. T. and Rangachari, M. S. (1986). On Medieval Keralese Mathematics. Archive for History of Exact Sciences 35, 91-99.
Rajagopalan, K. R. (1982). State of Indian Mathematics in the Southern Region upto 10th Century A.D. Ganita-Bharati 4, 78-82. [Denoted by KR1]
Sinha, R. S. (1981). Contributions of Ancient Indian Mathematicians. The Mathematics Edducation 15, 69-82. [Denoted by SS1]
Sinha, R. S. (1951). Bhaskara's Lilavati. Bulletin of Allahbad University Mathematical Association 15, 9-16.
Srinivasan, S. (1982). Evolution of Weights and Measures in Ancient India. Ganita-Bharati 4, 17-25. [Denoted by SSr1]

Internet Sources:
MacTutor History of Mathematics: History Topics and Mathematical biographies
(Written and compiled by Professor Edmund F Robertson and Dr John J O'Connor, University of St Andrews. I used 38 articles form this website.)

Kalyanaraman, S. The Sarasvati-Sindhu Civilization (c. 3000 B.C.). Article retrieved from Indology List-Serve.



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