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Numerology information Ganita:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Songs about Ganita:
Ganita by Semada Raks Grubu from the Album Semada Raks
Tengo Ganitas by Orqestra Aragon from the Album 20 Exitos De La Orquesta Aragon
Tengo Ganitas by Orquesta Aragón from the Album Los Reyes del Chá
Tengo Ganitas by Orquesta Aragón from the Album Oye Como Suena
Tengo Ganitas by Orquesta Aragón from the Album Platinum Collection Latin Music Vol. 8
Tengo Ganitas by Orquesta Aragón from the Album Sentimientos Vol. 1
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Books about Ganita:
The Surya-siddhanta and Siddhanta-siromani (graha ganita'dhyaya) by Danavir Goswami and Bimala Prasada Siddhanta Sarasvati (Jan 1, 2007)
Ganita-Yukti-Bhasa (Rationales in Mathematical Astronomy) of Jyesthadeva: Volume I: Mathematics Volume II: Astronomy... by K.V. Sarma, K. Ramasubramanian, M. D. Srinivas and M. S. Sriram (Jan 15, 2009)
Bija Ganita: Or the Algebra of the Hindus (Classic Reprint) by Bhaskaracarya Bhaskaracarya (Jun 16, 2012)
The Ganita-sara-sangraha of Mahaviracarya by M. Rangacarya
Ganita-Yukti-Bhasa (Rationales in Mathematical Astronomy) of Jyesthadeva. Vol. I: Mathematics. Vol. II: Astronomy... by JYESTHADEVA. (2009)
Bija Ganita; or, the Algebra of the Hindus (Cambridge Library Collection - Perspectives from the Royal Asiatic... by Bhascara Acharya and Edward Strachey (Feb 25, 2013)
Vaidika Ganita Ucca Madhyamika by Radhakrishna Gupta
Wiki information Ganita:
Ganita Kaumudi is a treatise on mathematics written by Indian mathematician Narayana Pandit in 1356. It was an arithmetical treatise alongside the other algebraic treatise called "Bijganita Vatamsa" by Narayana Pandit. It was written as a commentary...
Bijaganita was Indian mathematician Bhāskara II's treatise on algebra. It is the second volume of his main work Siddhānta Shiromani, Sanskrit for "Crown of treatises," alongside Lilāvati, Grahaganita and Golādhyāya.