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List of Indian mathematicians

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List of Indian mathematicians

Indian mathematician Komaravolu Chandrasekharan in Vienna, 1987.
The chronology of spans from the Indus valley civilization and the Vedas to Modern times.

Indian mathematicians have made a number of contributions to mathematics that have significantly influenced scientists and mathematicians in the modern era. These include place-value arithmetical notations, the ruler, the concept of zero, and most importantly, the Arabic-Hindu numerals predominantly used today and which can be used in the future also.


  • Ancient 1
  • Classical 2
  • Medieval to Mughal period (1200-1800) 3
  • Born in 1800s 4
  • Born in 1900s 5
  • External links 6



Post-Vedic Sanskrit to Pala period mathematicians (5th century BCE to 11th century CE)

Medieval to Mughal period (1200-1800)

Born in 1800s

Born in 1900s

External links

  • Top 10 Indian Mathematicians
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