History of Indian Science, Technology and Culture: Ad 1000-1800
Oxford University Press India, Feb 1, 1999 - Science - 445 pages
This volume brings together some of today's leading scholars from a range of different disciplines to explore the development of Indian scientific, technological and cultural thinking between the 10th and 18th centuries. The diverse topics include: food, agriculture, mathematics, astronomy, Bhakti and Sufi movements, and the spread of translation from Persian and Arabic thinkers throughout the country.
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A Persective of Indian Science
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