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The Jesuits were equipped with the knowledge of local languages as well as mathematics and astronomy that were required to understand these Indian needed these texts to understand the local customs and how the dates of traditional festivals were fixed by Indians using the local calendar (panchnga).How the mathematics given in these Indian ancient texts subsequently diffused into The English-speaking world has known for over one and a half centuries that Taylor series expansions for sine, cosine and arctangent functions were found in Indian mathematics / astronomy / timekeeping (jyotisa) texts, and specifically in the works of Madhava, Neelkantha, Jyeshtadeva, etc.So much so that Indian culture regarded the science of numbers as the noblest of its arts...
The new notation came to be known as that of al-Khwarizmi, or more carelessly, algorismi; ultimately the scheme of numeration making use of the Hindu numerals came to be called simply algorism or algorithm, a word that, originally derived from the name al-Khwarizmi, now means, more generally, any peculiar rule of procedure or operation.
On the other hand, Brahmagupta was one of the key mathematicians in the world because he invented the idea of zero." "They were learned with a strong background in maths and were well versed in the local languages.
And there was strong motivation: Pope Gregory XIII set up a committee to look into modernising the Julian calendar. "Similarly there was a rising need for better navigational methods including keeping accurate time on voyages of exploration and large prizes were offered to mathematicians who specialised in astronomy."But there is also little knowledge of the medieval form of the local language of Kerala, Malayalam, in which some of most seminal texts, such as the Yuktibhasa, from much of the documentation of this remarkable mathematics is written." "For some unfathomable reasons, the standard of evidence required to claim transmission of knowledge from East to West is greater than the standard of evidence required to knowledge from West to East." The Brahmi numerals that have been found in caves and on coins around Mumbai from around the first century AD use horizontal lines for 1 to 3.
The earliest history is preserved in the 5000-year-old ruins of a city at Mohenjo Daro, located Northeast of present-day Karachi in Pakistan.
Evidence of wide streets, brick dwellings an apartment houses with tiled bathrooms, covered city drains, and community swimming pools indicates a civilisation as advanced as that found anywhere else in the ancient Orient.