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1.        

A. Krishnaswami Ayyangar ·

2.        

Acyuta Pisarati (c. 1550 CE-1621 CE)

3.        

Apastambha, author of Sulva Sutra, circa 2000 BCE

4.        

Aryabhata (476 CE - 550 CE.)

5.        

Aryabhata Ia (author of Aryabhata Siddhanta)

6.        

Aryabhata lb (author of Aryabhattiyum of Kusumapura) Born in Asmaka,, A1b = or not=A1a

7.        

Aryabhata II ( 9

8.        

AsuraMaya or Mayaasura (author of Suryasiddhanta_)

9.        

Bakshali Manuscript

10.    

Baudhayana ( 2000 BCE)

11.    

Bhaskara I ·

12.    

Bhadrabahu

13.    

Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura (1874- 1936), author of the Graha granita’dyaya commentary on Siddhanta Sironmani,

14.    

Bhartrihari, considered to be the father of semantics

15.    

Bhaskara (1114-c. 1185)

16.    

Bhaskara 1(629 CE of Vallabhi country)

17.    

Bhaskara II (Bhaskaracharya son of Maheshwara)

18.    

Bhattotpala of Kashmir (966 CE)

19.    

King Bhoja, author of Rajamrganka, , coronation during 646 CE

20.    

Bhishma Pitamaha, author of Paitamaha Siddhanta ?, Paitamaha Siddhanta is incorporated in Dharmottarapurana, and not available elsewhere

21.    

Bhutivesnu son of Devaraja, circa 14th century CE? ,commentary on AB

22.    

Bose

23.    

Brahma ( author of Bahma siddhanta ), same as Brahmagupta· ?

24.    

Brahmadeva son of Chandrabuddha 1092 ce

25.    

Brahmagupta (c. 598-c. 670) , son of Jisnugupta , author of BrahmaSphuta Siddhanta

26.    

Brihaddeshi ·

27.    

Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao ·

28.    

Cangadeva ( 1205)

29.    

Chandraprajnapati, ? 5”’ century BCE ,author of

30.    

Chakradhara , 1550-1650,(Godavari),Yantra-cintamani,Quadrant

31.    

Chandrasekhara Simha or Chandrasekhar Samanta (are they the same — yes)) 1835 CE

32.    

Chintamani Diksita , 1736-1811,Golananda (1800)       Misc.

33.    

D. K. Ray-Chaudhuri ·

34.    

Damodara, son of Parameswara and guru of Nilakantha Somasutvan also

35.    

Dasaballa (son of Vairochana) 1055 CE

36.    

Deva (Deva Acharya)

37.    

Gaargeya

38.    

Ganesha Daivajna I (1505 CE son of Lakshmi and Kesava))

39.    

Ganesha Daivajnya II (great grandson of Ganesha Daivajnya 1(1600 CE)

40.    

Gangadhara

41.    

Gangesha Upadhyaya ·

42.    

Ghatigopa

43.    

Govinda Bhatta

44.    

Govindaswami (c. 800-850)

45.    

Halayudha (fl. 975)

46.    

Haridatta (circa 850 CE)

47.    

Harish-Chandra ·

48.    

Hema , 15th cent. ,(Gujarat),Kasa-yantra, Cylindrical sundial.

49.    

Hemachandra Suri (b. 1089)

50.    

Hemchandra

51.    

Jaganath Pandit (fl. 1700)

52.    

Jagannatha Samrat ·

53.    

Jayadeva (1000 CE)

54.    

Jayant Narlikar ·

55.    

Jyesthadeva of KERALA (circa 1500 CE?)

56.    

Kamalakara (1616) alt.1610 CE, son of narasimha (belongs to Daivjnya

57.    

Katyayana , Author of Sulva Sutras

58.    

Kesava Daivajna

59.    

Kodandarama (1807-1893) of the Telugu country alternate (1854CE ) son

60.    

Krishna Daivajna

61.    

Krisnadesa

62.    

Kumararajiva

63.    

Lagadha

64.    

Lakshmidasa , son of Vachaspati Misra

65.    

Lakshmidasa Daivajna

66.    

Lalla son of Bhatta Trivikrama

67.    

Latadeva , pupil of Aryabhata lb

68.    

Lokavibhaga (Jaina text)

69.    

Madhava (son of Virupaksha of the Telugu country)

70.    

Madhava of Sangramagama in Kerala (1340 to 1425 CE )

71.    

Mahadeva (son of Bandhuka)

72.    

Mahadeva son of parasurama,

73.    

Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh , 1688-1743,Yantra-prakara,Yantra-raja-racana ,Misc.,Astrolabe

74.    

Mahavira (Mahaviracharya) ( 850 CE)

75.    

Mahavira , founder of Jainism, author of Surya prajnapati and

76.    

Mahavira of the Digambara sect

77.    

Mahendra Suri (1349 CE)

78.    

Mahendra Suri, pupil of Madana Sun , (1370 CE)

79.    

Malayagiri, Jain Monk from Gujarat , author df Surya prajnapati

80.    

Malikarjuna Suri , 1178 CE, name suggest Telugu country

81.    

Manava

82.    

Manjula (930 CE)

83.    

Mathukumalli V. Subbarao ·

84.    

Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri ·

85.    

Munishvara · (17th century) a thor of

86.    

Nagesh Daivajnya (son of Shiva Daivajnya) (1619 CE)

87.    

Narasimha Daivajna (son of Krishna Daivajnya) 1586 CE

88.    

Narayana Pandit (fl. 1350)

89.    

Narayana (c. 1500-1575)

90.    

Narendra Karmarkar ·

91.    

Navin M. Singhi ·

92.    

Nilakantha Somayaji or Nilakantha Somasutvan (1443 CE to 1543 CE) of Kelallur,son of Jatavedas, Bhatta, following the Ashvalayanasutra of the Rig Veda            

wrote Āryabhatīyabhāsya, 1977 (Available in Library of Congress) Trivandrum series. Pupil of Parameswara’s son, Damodara, advocate of DrgGanita system

 

93.    

Nisanku - son of Venkataknishna Sastri (source, sourcebook KVS)

94.    

Padmanabha son of Narmada (same as Parameswara?) 1400 CE,author of Yantra-Kiranavali developed an instrument ,Astrolabe, Dhruva-brahmana- yantra,

95.    

Panduranga swami

96.    

Panini ·

97.    

Paramesvara (1360-1455 CE) alt.1380 — 1460 CE,a Namputiri of Vataserri in Kerala, founder of Drgganita school

98.    

Parasara

99.    

Patodi

100.             

Pillai

101.             

Pingala

102.             

Prabhakara (pupil of Aryabhata I, 525 CE?

103.             

Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis ·

104.             

Prashastidhara (fl. 958)

105.             

Pruthudakaswami (fl. 850)

106.             

Putumana Somayaji (c. 1660-1740)

107.             

Raghunath Raj

108.             

Raj Chandra Bose ·

109.             

Rajagopal

110.             

Rama Daivajnya , sonn of Madhusudhana Daivajnya

111.             

Ramanujam

112.             

Ranganatha son of Narasimha Daivajnya (1643 CE) . commentary on  Surya Siddhanta

113.             

referred to as son of Padmanabha (1417 CE) are they one and the same

114.             

S. N. Roy ·

115.             

S. S. Shrikhande ·

116.             

Saamanta Chandrasekhar Simha (see also Chandrasekhar Sinha)

117.             

Sankara Variyar (1500 — 1600 CE) pupil of Jyeshtadeva

118.             

Sankara Varman (fl. 1800)

119.             

Sarvadaman Chowla ·

120.             

Satyendra Nath Bose ·

121.             

Shreeram Shankar Abhyankar ·

122.             

Somaswara circa 11 century CE

123.             

Sridhara (fl. 900)

124.             

Sridharacharya

125.             

Srinivasa Ramanujan ·

126.             

Sripati (son of Nagadeva, 999 CE)

127.             

Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar ·

128.             

Suryadeva Yajwan (1191 CE of Gangaikonda Cholapuram in Tamilnadu)

129.             

The Daivajna Family — The Bernoullis of India

130.             

Trikkantiyur -

131.             

Umaswati (fl. 150 B.C.E.)

132.             

Varahamihira (son of Adityadasa) , (c. 505-c. 558)

133.             

Vasishta

134.             

Venkatesh Ketkar

135.             

Vateshvara (904 CE), author of Vateshvara Siddhanta ,follows Aryapaksha and Saurapaksha

136.             

Vijayanandi

137.             

Vijay Kumar Patodi ·

138.             

Virasena ·

139.             

Virasena Acharya

140.             

Virupaksha Suri of the Telugu country

141.             

Vishnu Daivajnya (son of Divakara Daivajnya) same as Visvanatha?

142.             

Visvanatha Daivajna (son of Divakara Daivajna) 1578 CE

143.             

Yajnavalkya (author of Satapatha Brahmana and Brihat Aranyaka U)

144.             

Yallaiya (1482 CE of Skandasomeswara of the Telugu country)

145.             

Yaska

146.             

Yatavrisham Acharya

147.             

Yativrsabha  (Jain monk, 6th century )

148.             

Yavanesvara

149.             

 

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