Calculus (was Re: Gymnosophists etc.)

Girish Beeharry gkb at
Wed May 8 08:41:22 UTC 1996


>What is however of interest to indology is that some results which we
>would associate with the infinitesimal calculus were known in India around
>1550 at least. The best known case is probably the so-called Gregory's
>series, which is more and more often called nowadays the Madhava-Gregory

There was an article in the Indian Academy of Science's journal (Current 
Science) about the contribution of Kerela mathematicians some time back. If any
member wishes to get the exact reference, please mail me privately.


Girish Beeharry

> From Mojo at 8 1996 May MET+1 11:03:28
Date: 8 May 1996 11:03:28 MET+1
From: Mojo at
Subject: hindi + sanskrit

could someone tell me please the relation between Hindi and Sanskrit?
and also, the punjabi font (available in
what language(s) use that?
please help me, i'm a beginner.


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