Yativrsabha
Yativrsabha, also known as Jadivasaha, was a mathematician, and he was a Jain. He is believed to have lived during the 6th century, probably during 500-570. He lived and worked between period of two great Indian mathematicians, Aryabhata (476 – 550) and Brahmagupta (598-668). He wrote the book named Tiloyapannatti which describes cosmology from the point of view of Jain religion and philosophy. "The work also gives various units for measuring distances and time." Tiloyapannatti postulated different concepts about infinity.

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Yativṛṣabha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yativrsabha, also known as Jadivasaha, was a mathematician, and he was a Jain monk. He is believed to have lived during the 6th century, probably during ...
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Yativrsabha biography - MacTutor History of Mathematics
Yativrsabha (or Jadivasaha) was a Jaina mathematician who studied under Arya Manksu and Nagahastin. We know nothing of Yativrsabha's dates except for a ...
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Yativrsabha was a Jaina mathematician who gave a description of the universe which is of historical importance in understanding Jaina science and ...
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Flourished Prākrit, Jadivasaha, (India), 6th century. Little is known about Yativṛṣ abha. He was a Jain monk who studied under ārya Maṅkṣu and Nāgahastin.
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Jul 5, 2014 ... Life — Acarya Yativrsabha who is a great Jainacarya of Digambara Jaina tradition composed many texts. Not much is known about the life and ...
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with those of the Tilgmpagpaui c0mp0sed by Yativrsabha. Both appear to ... the nations till the birth of Aryabhata-I. Yativrsabha, the versatile compiler of 5677.
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This resource, from the Illuminations-reviewed History of Mathematics Archive, features biographical information about Indian mathematician Yativrsabha.
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YATIVṚṢABHA. (fl. India, sixth century). cosmography, mathematics. Yativrsabha (in Prākrit, Jadivasaha) was a Jain author who studied under Arya Manksu and ...
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Born: about 500 in India Died: about 570 in India Yativrsabha (or Jadivasaha) was a Jaina mathematician who studied under Arya Manksu and Nagahastin.
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He is also dated by the fact that Jinabhadra Ksamasramana references Yativrsabha's work in 609; also, Yativrsabha refers to a work by Sarvanandin in 458. Yativrsabha's main work, the Tiloyapannatti, contains a description of the universe ...
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P. G. College, Khandwa In context with the finding that Aryabh^ta-I (b. 476 a.d.) and Yativrsabha (473 a.d. — 609a.d. ?) might have a short span of difference in space and time, some verses regarding the Kalpa and the Mem of the Aryabhatiya ...
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Similar information is found in a late fifth to early seventh century Digambara cosmo- graphical text, the Tiloya Pannatti (4.510-1472) of Yativrsabha. This text gives descriptions of other Jaina heroes such as the 11 Rudras, 9 Naradas, and 24 ...
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Yasuaki > Asada, Goryu Yativṛṣabha Flourished Prākrit, Jadivasaha, (India), 6th century Little is known about Yativṛṣabha. He was a Jain monk who studied under ārya Maṅkṣu and Nāgahastin. He composed, along with other traditional  ...
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Developments also took place in applied mathematics such as in creation of trigonometric tables and measurement units. Yativrsabha's work Tiloyapannatti (6th C) gives various units for measuring distances and time and also describes the system of infinite time measures. In the 9th C, Mahaviracharya ( Mysore) wrote Ganit Saar Sangraha where he described the currently…
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