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11 lines 27 avadhis 9 lines aksabha aksakarna aksamsa apogee argument astronomical atha avadhis begins Bhaskara's Bhatta bhavati Blank Candrarki carakhamdaka CESS A5 Colophon on f composed David Pingree dhruvarika Diksita eclipse Edited ends entry epact folia Formerly property ghatikas goladhyaya horizontal idam idam pustakam Jagannatha Samrat Jaipur Jayapura Jayasimha Jupiter kendra Khasmohor Khasmohor collection lamkayojana lunar anomaly lunar apogee lunar eclipse lunar node Maharaja Maharajadhiraja Jayasimha manuscript 152 marginal notes marginalia Mars mean longitude Mean motion table mean motions Mercury Moon mula Museum naksatras natva note on f numbers Ownership note paramadina Pattra Post-colophon Price on f Pundarlka jyotisa pupil Rahu Ramesvara Saka samaptah samapto yam samvat Sanskrit Saturn Sawai scribe has written second scribe shorter edge Similar table slghra equation Suryapattra syat tithis tlka Ulugh Ulugh Beg varse velocity Venus verse vertical Visvesvara Vyasa Writing parallel zodiacal signs
Page vii - In the height of his passion for this Islamite concubine, he formally installed her as queen of half his dominions, and actually conveyed to her in gift a moiety of the personality of the crown, even to the invaluable library of the illustrious Jey Sing, which was despoiled, and its treasures distributed amongst her base relations.
Page xvii - Bahura, Literary heritage of the Rulers of Amber and Jaipur, Jaipur 1976.
Page xvii - Indian and Islamic Astronomy at Jayasimha's Court," in DA King and G. Saliba, eds.. From Deferent to Equant. New York: NewYork Academy of Sciences, 1987, pp. 313-328 (pp. 313 and 326, fn. 4). 26D. Pingree, "Sanskrit Geographical Tables.
Page xvii - N. Bahura. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Maharaja of Jaipur Museum. Jaipur: Maharaja of Jaipur Museum. 1971, pp.
Page 146 - TABULAE ASTRONOMICAE In quibus Solis Lunae reliquorum Planetarum Motus ex ipsis observationibus nulla adhibita Hypotesi traduntur habenturque praecipuarum Fixarum in nostro Horizonte Conspicuarum positiones.
Page 143 - ... yadrsam pustakam drstva tadrsam likhitam maya | yadi suddham asuddham va mama doso na vidyate 2 srlrajajayasimhena idam pustakam likhapitam paropakarartham.
Page xi - This contains computations of the longitudes and latitudes of the Moon and the planets and...
Page xi - Shdht and computations according to the same authority of a lunar eclipse on 28 May 1732 and of a solar eclipse visible at Jayapura on 20 May 1734.