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*Yuktibhasa. Part I*(Malayan) (Mangalodayam Press, Trichur, 1948).

- G G Joseph,
*A Passage to Infinity: Medieval Indian Mathematics from Kerala and its impact*(Sage Publications India Private Limited, 2009).

- G G Joseph,
*The crest of the peacock*(London, 1991).

- V V Raman,
*Indic Visions: In an Age of Science*(Xlibris Corporation, 2011).

- J Warren,
*Kalasankalita*(College Press, Madras, 1825).

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*Hardy-Ramanujan Journal***36**(2013), 43-46

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