Gaṇitānanda pp 575-604 | Cite as

Indian Mathematical Sciences in Ancient and Medieval China

  • K. RamasubramanianEmail author


The great Indian emperor Aśoka (usually called Devānāṃpriya, ‘Beloved of Gods’) ruled from about 272–232 bc His missionary activities are recorded in Rock Edict No. XIII as follows (Sircar, p. 54, and P. Thomas, p. 15).

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  1. 1.Cell for Indian Science and Technology in Sanskrit, Department of Humanities and Social SciencesIndian Institute of Technology BombayMumbaiIndia

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