Works by Rajeswara Sarma, Sreeramula, 1937‒  as author | 7
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A monumental astrolabe made for Shāh Jahān and later reworked with Sanskrit legends

When the astrolabe was introduced in India around the eleventh century, it was received with great enthusiasm. While the Muslims continued the Middle Eastern tradition of the study and manufacture of the astrolabe, the Hindus and Jains, who did not read Arabic, composed manuals on the astrolabe in Sanskrit, produced astrolabes with Sanskrit inscriptions, and also occasionally added Sanskrit legend... more

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An astrolabe by Muḥammad Muqīm of Lahore dated 1047 AH (1637-38 CE)

Astrolabe was the most important astronomical instrument in the medieval period. It became popular in the Indian subcontinent after the eleventh century. The production of astrolabes and celestial globes in the Indian subcontinent was dominated by Ustād Allāh Dād and his descendants in the second half of the sixteenth century and in the seventeenth century. Their astrolabes display a fine combinat... more

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Rule of three and its Variations in India

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The Ṣafīḥa zarqāliyya in India

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Setting up the water clock for telling the time of marriage

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The Turyayantraprakāśa of Bhūdhara

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2014 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Yantrarāja for Dāmodara : the earliest Extant Sanskrit astrolabe

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2012? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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