# All posts tagged: Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasure

## Pingala’s Algorithm Part V: Algorithm to Calculate the Value of an Exponential

Pingala’s Algorithm was the earliest and quickest methods to calculate exponential of any number

## Pingala’s Algorithm Part III: Prastaar of Kedar Bhatt

This is in continuation of my two previous articles – How Pingala created the Binary Number System and Pingala’s Algorithm for Binary Conversion. In the 11th century CE, Kedar Bhatt…

## India’s Unique Place in the World of Numbers and Numerals – III

The Indo-Aryan languages of India are the most complex decimal system of all, where there is such complete fusion and inflection between the tens and unit numbers that it becomes necessary to learn individually the exact form of every number from 1-100.

## India’s Unique Place in the World of Numbers and Numerals – II

The simplest and most primitive number system in the world even as late as the twentieth-twenty-first century CE, as well as the most developed and elaborate number system in the world even as early as during the Vedic period.

## Ancient Mathematical Treasures – Part VIII

Over the last two to three decades, a particular concept, related to math, is gaining quite a popularity amongst the common Indians. It’s called Vedic Maths. This comprises of certain…

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasures – Part VII

A primer on Indian developments in Calculus.

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasures – Part VI

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

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasures – Part V

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

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasures – Part IV

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

## Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasures – Part III

Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasures by Salil Sawarkar