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"Debate about Indian contribution to science must not be seen as jingoism," says Dr Joshi - Navtan Kumar

“Joshi cites the statement of Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, during the Infosys Science Prize ceremony in Kolkata, in which he said Indian research was deeply influenced by the knowledge of foreign works on the subject. 951 more words


Algebraic identities on Squaring

Have you ever thought why is (a+b)^2 = a^2 + 2ab + b^2? If not, then here’s a presentation why it is so. Similarly, why… 52 more words

School Of Vedic Maths

Bhaskaracharya - The Crown Jewel of Mathematics and Astronomy - eBook Available at www.vajraimages.com

VajraImages.com Inc. launched the publication of Digital eBook – Bhaskaracharya – The Crown Jewel of Mathematics and Astronomy. Strongly recommended to one and all. 217 more words

Kameshwar Eranki

Hindu´s Contributions Acknowledged - Science and the Saints

“We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.” – Albert Einstein. 1,672 more words


Addition - Carrying Confusion!!

Addition is such simple and profound concept that it seems unnecessary to write again about addition. However observation of many kids doing addition proves otherwise – at least 20% of kids do not understand the concept of “CARRYING” – the art of taking the excess (beyond 9) during addition, to the next column when adding right to left. 168 more words

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Bhaskararayapuram – A picture post – Part 2

Happy Pongal, Makara Sankranti!

It is an auspicious coincidence that we are thinking of Bhaskararaya on this day. It is said that Bhaskararaya’s mother had done intense worship of Soorya before he was born, and so he was named Bhaskara. 339 more words

Culture Notes

Bhaskararayapuram - A picture post - Part 1

A few months ago, a group of us had the privilege of visiting a village in Tanjore-Kumbakonam region. The village of Bhaskararayapuram, where lived the great sage Bhaskararaya a few hundred years ago. 333 more words

Culture Notes