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Spasta 4. triprasna 5. candragrahana 6. suryagrahana 7. srngonnati 8. chedyaka 9. udayasta 10. grahacchaya 11. grahayuti 12. bhagrahayuti 13. pata II gola 1. golaprasamsa 2. golabandha 3. chedyaka II gola 14. prasna 15. patl 16. bhuvanakosa 17. pra¬tara 18. kuttaka W Adhikaras 1—11 are sometimes regarded as the purvdrdha, 12—14 as the apardrdha. [a] What follows this is unclear. ) SSJ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. sadhana madhyama sphutagati triprasna candragrahana suryagrahana parvasambhava pata udayasta candra I grahaganita 1.
The Indian genius for mathematical computation led them to develop many ingenious ways to present the complex elements of their planetary and calendaric models in tabular forms very different from those in use in Islam, but the ultimate derivation of the idea from the West seems unquestionable. In fact, the earliest such kosthaka concerning which we have any information is apparently the zij composed by Durlabha172 at Multan in Sind; its epoch is 932. Our only source of knowledge of this zij, however, is al-Biruni's India; and he quotes from the instructions rather than from the tables, which presumably accompanied those instructions if the work was indeed a zij.
8. 9. 10. 11. GL RV 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. madhyama 1. ravicandraspasta 2. paiicataraspastikarana 3. triprasna 4. candragrahana 5. suryagrahana 6. masagana 7. grahanadvaya 8. udayasta 9. grahacchaya 10. naksatracchaya 11. srngonnati grahayuti pata paficangacandragrahana upasamhara nabhogamadhya sphutakriya triprasna sasunkaparva ravigraha grahodayasta s'rngonnati grahotthayoga pata ravinduparvasambhava nlradarkavicara madhyama spasta triprasna candragrahana suryagrahana parilekha udayasta grahayuddha grahanaksatrayuti Srngonnati pata 39 40 David Pingree • Jyotihsastra LK 1.
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