HAMSIHAMSI

The History of Astronomical and Mathematical Sciences in India (HAMSI) Working Group is dedicated to fostering and disseminating research in the history of Indian exact sciences (including astronomy, mathematics, and related subjects), and integrating it into the history of mathematics in general.

Annotated Bibliography

Bibliography: sourced from "Science and Technology in Ancient India" article

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  3. Abhyankar, S. K.
    Bhaskaracaryarqs Bijaga?ita and its English Translation
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  4. Agrawal, D. P.
    Harappan Technology and its Legacy
    Rupa and Infinity Foundation, 2009
  5. Agrawal, D. P.
    Ancient Metal Technology and Archaeology of South Asia (A Pan-Asian Perspective)
    Aryan Books International, 2000
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    Geometry in Ancient and Medieval India
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    The Rustless Wonder: A Study of the Iron Pillar at Delhi
    Vigyan Prasar, 1996
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    Siddhanta Siromani of Bhaskaracarya
    Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, 1980
  9. Arnold, D.
    Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India
    Cambridge University Press, 2004
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    Mathematics in Ancient and Medieval India
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  11. Bag, A. K.
    The Concept of Sunya
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    IGNCA, Indian National Science Academy & Aryan Books International, 2003
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    Marvels of Indian Iron through the Ages
    Rupa and Infinity Foundation, 2008
  13. Balasubramaniam, R.
    The Saga of Indian Cannons
    Aryan Books International, 2008
  14. Balasubramaniam, R.
    Delhi Iron Pillar: New Insights
    Indian Institute of Advance Study, Shimla, Aryan Books International, 2002
  15. Biswas, A. K.
    Mineral Processing to Elemental Science in the Medieval World: India and Europe,
    The Asiatic Society, 2011
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    Minerals and Metals in Ancient India
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  17. Burgess, E. and Gangooly, P.
    The Sûrya Siddhânta: A Textbook of Hindu Astronomy
    Motilal Banarsidass, 2000
  18. Chatterjee, S. K.
    Indian Calendric System
    Government of India, Publications Division, 2006
  19. Chattopadhyaya, D.
    History of Science and Technology in Ancient India
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  20. Colebrooke, H. T.
    Algebra with Arithmetic and Mensuration: From the Sanscrit of Brahmegupta and Bhascara
    Sharada Publishing House, 2005
  21. Datta, B.
    Ancient Hindu Geometry: The Science of the Sulba
    Cosmo Publications, 1983
  22. Datta, B. and Avadhesh Narayan Singh
    History of Hindu Mathematics
    Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, 2004
  23. Dharampal
    Indian Science and Technology in the Eighteenth Century
    Academy of Gandhian Studies, 1971
  24. Hariharan, J.
    Eclipses in Hindu Life and Thought
    The Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, 1995
  25. Hayashi, T.
    The Bakhshali Manuscript: An ancient Indian mathematical treatise
    Egbert Forsten, 1995
  26. Hayashi, T.
    The Pañcavi?satika in its Two Recensions: A Study in the Reformation of a Medieval Sanskrit Mathematical Textbook
    Indian Journal of History of Science, Indian National Science Academy, 1991, Vol. 26, pp. 4
  27. Ifrah, G.
    The Universal History of Numbers: From Prehistory to the Invention of the Computer
    Penguin Books, 2005, Vol. Three Volumes
  28. Joseph, G. G.
    A Passage to Infinity: Medieval Indian Mathematics from Kerala and its Impact
    Sage, 2009
  29. Joseph, G. G.
    The Crest of the Peacock
    Penguin Books, 2000
  30. Kapoor, K. and Singh, A. K.
    Indian Knowledge Systems
    D.K. Printworld, 2005, Vol. Two Volumes
  31. Kochhar, R. and Jayant Narlikar
    Astronomy in India: A Perspective
    Indian National Science Academy, 1995
  32. Kulkarni, R. and Bedekar, V. V.
    Glimpses of Chemistry in Ancient and Medieval India
    Institute for Oriental Study, 2001
  33. Madhavan, S.
    Sadratnamala of Sankaravarman (Text on Indian Astronomy and Mathematics)
    The Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, 2011
  34. Malville, J. M. and Gujral, L. M.
    Ancient Cities, Sacred Skies: Cosmic Geometries and City Planning in Ancient India
    IGNCA, Aryan Books International, 2000
  35. Mishra, A. K.
    Ethno-Archaeometallurgy of Iron in India
    Agam Kala Prakashan, 2003
  36. Murthy, T. S. B.
    A Modern Introduction on Ancient Indian Mathematics
    New Age International, 2009
  37. Pandit, M. D.
    Mathematics as Known to the Vedic Samhitas
    Sri Satguru Publications, 1993
  38. Parameswaran, S.
    The Golden Age of Indian Mathematics
    Swadeshi Science Movement - Kerala, 1998
  39. Pingree, D.
    Jyotihsastra: Astral and Mathematical Literature
    Otto Harrassowitz, 1981
  40. Plofker, K.
    Mathematics in India
    Princeton University Press, 2009
  41. Raju, C. K.
    Cultural Foundations of Mathematics: The Nature of Mathematical Proof and the Transmission of Calculus from India to Europe in the 16th c. CE
    Pearson Longman & Centre for Studies in Civilization, 2007, Vol. X(4)
  42. Raman, V. V.
    Glimpses of Indian Scientists
    Samvad India Foundation, 2006
  43. Rao, S. B.
    Indian Astronomy: A Primer
    Bhavanrqs Gandhi Centre of Science and Human Values, 2008
  44. Rao, S. B.
    Indian Mathematics and Astronomy: Some Landmarks
    Jnana Deep Publications, 2004
  45. Rao, S. B.
    Aryabhata I and His Astronomy
    Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, 2003
  46. Rao, S. B.
    Bhaskara I and His Astronomy
    Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, 2003
  47. Rao, S. B.
    Ancient Indian Astronomy: Planetary Positions and Eclipses
    B. R. Publishing Corporation, 2000
  48. Rao, S. B.
    Indian Astronomy: An Introduction
    Universities Press, 2000
  49. Rao, S. B. and Padmaja Venugopal
    Eclipses in Indian Astronomy
    Bhavanrqs Gandhi Centre of Science and Human Values, 2008
  50. Rao, S. B. and Uma, S. K.
    Grahalaghavam of Ga?esa Daivajña
    Indian Journal of History of Science, Indian National Science Academy, 2007
  51. Rao, S. B. and Venugopal, P.
    Transits and Occultations in Indian Astronomy
    Bhavanrqs Gandhi Centre of Science and Human Values, 2009
  52. Ray, A. P. C.
    A History of Hindu Chemistry
    Shaibya Prakashan Bibhag, 2002
  53. Ray, P.
    History of Chemistry in Ancient and Medieval India
    Indian Chemical Society, 1956
  54. Saha, M. N. and N. C. Lahiri
    History of the Calendar in Different Countries Through the Ages
    , CSIR, 1992
  55. Sarma, K. V.
    A History of the Kerala School of Hindu Astronomy (in Perspective)
    Vishveshvaranand Institute, 1972
  56. Sarma, S. R.
    The Archaic and the Exotic: Studies in the History of Indian Astronomical Instruments
    Manohar, 2008
  57. Sastry, T. K.
    Collected papers on Jyotisha
    Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, 1989
  58. Sastry, T. R. K.
    Veda?ga Jyoti?a of Lagadha in its ?k and Yajus Recensions
    Indian National Science Academy, 1985
  59. Seal, B.
    Hindu Chemistry
    Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, 2008
  60. Sharma, V. N.
    Sawai Jai Singh and His Astronomy
    Motilal Banarsidass, 1995
  61. Shrivastava, R.
    Mining and Metallurgy in Ancient India
    Munshiram Manoharlal, 2006
  62. Shukla, K. S.
    A Critical Study of the Laghumanasa of Mañjula
    Indian Journal of History of Science, Indian National Science Academy, 1990, Vol. 25, pp. 1 - 4
  63. Shylaja, B. S. and Madhusudan, H. R.
    Eclipse: A Celestial Shadow Play
    Universities Press, 1999
  64. Sreedharan, M.
    Bharatiya Vigyan Manjusha: Treasure Trove of Ancient Indian Sciences
    Government of India, Publications Division, 2005
  65. Srinivasan, S.
    Mensuration in Ancient India
    Ajanta Publications, 1979
  66. Srinivasan, S. and Ranganatha, S.
    India’s Legendary Wootz Steel: An Advanced Material of the Ancient World
    NIAS and IISc, 2004
  67. Sriram, M. S., Ramasubramanian, K. and Srinivas, M. D.
    500 Years of Tantrasangraha: A Landmark in the History of Astronomy
    Inter-University Centre & Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2002
  68. Subbarayappa, B. V.
    The Tradition of Astronomy in India: Jyotihsastra
    Centre for Studies in Civilization, 2008, Vol. IV(4)
  69. Subbarayappa, B. V.
    Indian Perspectives on the Physical World
    Centre for Studies in Civilization, 2004, Vol. IV(3)
  70. Subbarayappa, B. V. and Sarma, K. V.
    Indian Astronomy: A Source-Book
    Nehru Centre, 1985
  71. Tripathi, V.
    History of Iron Technology in India: From Beginning To Pre-Modern Times
    Rupa and Infinity Foundation, 2008
  72. Tripathi, V.
    The Age of Iron in South Asia: Legacy and Tradition
    Aryan Books International, 2001
  73. History of Technology in India: : From Antiquity to c. 1200 AD
    Bag, A. K. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 1997, Vol. I
  74. Varahamihirarqs B?hat Sa?hita
    Bhat, M. R. (ed.)
    Motilal Banarsidass, 1981, 1982, Vol. Two Volumes
  75. Traditions of Science: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, Essays in Honour of Prof. B.V. Subbarayappa
    Bilimoria, P. & Sridhar, M. K. (ed.)
    Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, 2007
  76. History, Science and Society in the Indian Context
    Biswas, A. K. (ed.)
    The Asiatic Society, 2001
  77. A Concise History of Science in India
    Bose, D. M., Sen, S. N. & Subbarayappa, B. (ed.)
    Universities Press, 2009
  78. Si?yadhiv?ddhida Tantra of Lalla
    Chatterjee, B. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 1981, Vol. Two Volumes
  79. Studies in the History of Science in India
    Chattopadhyaya, D. (ed.)
    Editorial Enterprises, 1982, Vol. Two Volumes
  80. Lilavati
    Colebrooke, H. T. (ed.)
    Asian Educational Services, 1993
  81. Facets of Indian Astronomy: A Collection of Articles of Prof. K.V. Sarma
    Dash, S. (ed.)
    Rashhtriya Sanskrit University, 2009
  82. New Lights on Manuscriptology: A collection of articles of Prof. K.V. Sarma
    Dash, S. (ed.)
    Sree Sarada Education Society Research Centre, 2007
  83. Contributions to the History of Indian Mathematics
    Emch, G. G., Sridharan, R. & Srinivas, M. D. (ed.)
    Hindustan Book Agency, 2005
  84. The B?hat Sa?hita of Varaha Mihira
    Iyer, N. (ed.)
    Sri Satguru Publications, 1986
  85. Kerala Mathematics: History and Its Possible Transmission to Europe
    Joseph, G. G. (ed.)
    B. R. Publishing Corporation, 2009
  86. The Mathematics of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, and Islam: A Sourcebook
    Katz, V. J. (ed.)
    Princeton University Press, 2007
  87. Expounding the Mathematical Seed: A Translation of Bhaskara I on the Mathematical Chapter of the Aryabha?iya
    Keller, A. (ed.)
    Birkhäuser Verlag, 2006, Vol. Two Volumes
  88. Science in Ancient India
    Kumar, N. (ed.)
    Anmol Publications, 2004
  89. Indian Science Through the Ages, Parts 1 & 2
    Kumari, M. L. (ed.)
    Vivekananda Kendra Patrika, 1983
  90. History of Technology in India: From 1801 to 1947 AD
    Mital, K. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 2001, Vol. III
  91. Science in India
    Narlikar, J. (ed.)
    Viva Books & Centre for Studies in Civilization, 2009, Vol. XIII(8)
  92. Issues in Vedic Astronomy and Astrology
    Pandya, H., Dikshit, S. & Kansara, N. (ed.)
    Rashtriya Veda Vidya Pratishthan, Motilal Banarsidass, 1992
  93. Lilavati of Bhaskaracarya: A Treatise of Mathematics of Vedic Tradition
    Patwardhan, K. S., Naimpally, S. & Singh, S. (ed.)
    Motilal Banarsidass, 2001
  94. History of Indian Science, Technology and Culture AD 1000-1800
    Rahman, A. (ed.)
    Oxford University Press, 1998, Vol. III(1)
  95. Tantrasa?graha of Nilaka??ha Somayaji
    Ramasubramanian, K. & Sriram, M. S. (ed.)
    Hindustan Book Agency, 2011
  96. Ga?ita-sara-sangraha of Mahaviracarya
    Rangacharya, M. (ed.)
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  97. Science and Technology in Ancient India
    Rao, P. R. K. (ed.)
    Vijnan Bharati, 2002
  98. Kara?akutuhalam of Bhaskaracarya II
    Rao, S. B. & Uma, S. K. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 2008
  99. Computing Science in Ancient India
    Rao, T. R. N. & Kak, S. (ed.)
    Center for Advanced Computer Studies, 1998
  100. Rasar?avakalpa
    Roy, M. & Subbarayappa, B. V. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 1976
  101. Ga?ita-Yukti-Bha?a (Rationales in Mathematical Astronomy) of Jye??hadeva
    Sarma, K., Ramasubramanian, K., Srinivas, M. D. & Sriram, M. S. (ed.)
    Hindustan Book Agency, 2008, Vol. Two Volumes
  102. Science Texts in Sanskrit in the Manuscripts Repositories of Kerala and Tamilnadu
    Sarma, K. V. (ed.)
    Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, 2002
  103. The Goladipika of Paramesvara
    Sarma, K. V. (ed.)
    The Adyar Library and Research Centre, 1957
  104. Pañcasiddhantika of Varahamihira
    Sastry, T. S. K. & Sarma, K. V. (ed.)
    PPST Foundation, 1993
  105. Ancient Indian Astronomy and contributions of Samanta Chandra Sekhar
    Satpathy, L. (ed.)
    Narosa Publishing House, 2003
  106. Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures
    Selin, H. (ed.)
    Springer, 2008
  107. Encyclopaedia of Classical Indian Sciences
    Selin, H. & Narasimha, R. (ed.)
    Universities Press, 2007
  108. The Sulbasutras
    Sen, S. N. & Bag, A. K. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 1983
  109. History of Astronomy in India
    Sen, S. N. & Shukla, K. S. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 2000
  110. Studies in the History of Mathematics
    Seshadri, C. (ed.)
    Hindustan Book Agency, 2010
  111. Kara?aratna of Devacarya
    Shukla, K. S. (ed.)
    Lucknow University Press, 1979
  112. Maha-Bhaskariya, Part II in Bhaskara and His Works
    Shukla, K. S. (ed.)
    Lucknow University Press, 1960
  113. Aryabha?iya of Aryabha?a
    Shukla, K. S. & Sarma, K. V. (ed.)
    Indian National Science Academy, 1976
  114. The Rasa-ratna-samuccya of Ma?ikyadeva Suri
    Sikdar, J. C. (ed.)
    Prakrta Bharati Akademi, 1986
  115. Science and Technology in Ancient Indian Texts
    Singh, B. R. & others (ed.)
    D K Printworld, 2012
  116. Chemistry and Chemical Techniques in India
    Subbarayappa, B. V. (ed.)
    Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture, & Centre for Studies in Civilizations, 1999, Vol. IV(1)
  117. Scientific Heritage of India (Proceedings of a National Seminar)
    Subbarayappa, B. V. & Murthy, S. N. R. (ed.)
    The Mythic Society, 1988
  118. Ga?itasarakaumudi: The Moonlight of the Essence of Mathematics
    ?hakkura Pheru, S. (ed.)
    Manohar, 2009
  119. Archaeometallurgy in India
    Tripathi, V. (ed.)
    Sundeep Prakashan, 1998
  120. Ancient Indian Leaps into Mathematics
    Yadav, B. S. & Mohan, M. (ed.)
    Birkhäuser, 2011

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