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Its translation in several languages of the world bear testimony to its eminence.
In his treatise Siddhant Shiromani he writes on planetary positions, eclipses, cosmography, mathematical techniques and astronomical equipment.
The numbers of verses in each part are as follows, Lilawati has 278, Beejaganit has 213, Ganitadhyaya has 451 and Goladhyaya has 501 verses.
One of the most important characteristic of Siddhanta Shiromani is it consists of simple methods of calculations from Arithmetic to Astronomy.
I am taking a small step to bring out the works by Indians on field of Astronomy especially solar astronomy.
The Indians view that the Universe has no beginning or end, but follows a cosmic creation and dissolution.
After Bhaskaracharya nobody could write excellent books on mathematics and astronomy in lucid language in India.
I am in search for his works in detail, will post them here later.Indians are the one who propounds the idea of life-cycles of the universe.It suggests that the universe undergoes an infinite number of deaths and rebirths.Bhaskara II or Bhaskarachārya was an Indian mathematician and astronomer who extended Brahmagupta's work on number systems.He was born near Bijjada Bida (in present day Bijapur district, Karnataka state, South India) into the Deshastha Brahmin family.