The chronology of

Indian mathematicians have made a number of significant contributions to mathematics including place-value arithmetical notation and the concept of zero.

13th century to 1800.13th century, Logician, mithila schooL

**Indian mathematics**spans from the Indus valley civilization and the Vedas to Modern times.Indian mathematicians have made a number of significant contributions to mathematics including place-value arithmetical notation and the concept of zero.

## Vedic

- Baudhayana
- Katyayana
- Panini, ca. 5th c. BC, Algebraic grammarian
- Yajnavalkya, credited with authorship of the Shatapatha Brahmana, which contains calculations related to altar construction.

## Classical

Post-Vedic Sanskrit to Pala period mathematicians (5th c. BC to 11th c. AD)- Aryabhata - Astronomer who gave accurate calculations for astronomical constants, 476-520
- Aryabhata II
- Bhaskara I
- Bhaskara II
- Brahmagupta - Helped bring the concept of zero into arithmetic
- Mahavira
- Pavuluri Mallana - the first Telugu Mathematician
- Varahamihira
- Shridhara (between 650-850) - Gave a good rule for finding the volume of a sphere.

## Medieval to Mughal period

13th century to 1800.13th century, Logician, mithila schooL

- Shankara Mishra, Logician, Mithila school
- Narayana Pandit
- Madhava of Sangamagrama some elements of Calculus hi
- Parameshvara (1360–1455), discovered drk-ganita, a mode of astronomy based on observations, Madhava's Kerala school
- Nilakantha Somayaji,1444-1545 - Mathematician and Astronomer, Madhava's Kerala school
- Mahendra Suri (14th century)
- Shankara Variyar (c. 1530)
- Vasudeva Sarvabhauma, 1450–1525, Logician, Navadvipa school
- Raghunatha Siromani, (1475–1550), Logician, Navadvipa school
- Jyeshtadeva , 1500–1610, Author of Yuktibhāṣā, Madhava's Kerala school
- Achyuta Pisharati, 1550–1621, Astronomer/mathematician, Madhava's Kerala school
- Mathuranatha Tarkavagisha, c. 1575, Logician, Navadvipa school
- Jagadisha Tarkalankara, c. 1625, Logician, Navadvipa school
- Gadadhara Bhattacharya, c. 1650, Logician, Navadvipa school
- Munishvara (17th century)
- Kamalakara (1657)
- Jagannatha Samrat (1730)

## Born in 1800s

- Ramchandra (1821–1880)
- Ganesh Prasad (1876–1935)
- Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887–1920)
- A. A. Krishnaswami Ayyangar (1892–1953)
- Sanjeev Shah (1803–1896)
- Raghunath Purushottam Paranjape

## Born in 1900s

- Dattaraya Ramchandra Kaprekar (1905 – 1986)
- Sarvadaman Chowla (1907–1995)
- Lakkoju Sanjeevaraya Sharma (1907-1998)
- Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910–1995)
- S. S. Shrikhande (born 1917)
- Harish-Chandra (1920–1983)
- Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao (born 1920)
- Mathukumalli V. Subbarao (1921–2006)
- P. K. Srinivasan (1924-2005)
- Shreeram Shankar Abhyankar (born 1930)
- M. S. Narasimhan (born 1932)
- C. S. Seshadri (born 1932)
- K. S. S. Nambooripad (born 1935)
- Vinod Johri (born 1935)
- Ramdas Lotu Bhirud (1937–1997)
- S. Ramanan (born 1937)
- C. P. Ramanujam (1938–1974)
- V. N. Bhat (1938–2009)
- I. B. S. Passi (born 1939)
- Sankash Kharshitbanda (born 1940)
- S. R. Srinivasa Varadhan (born 1940)
- M. S. Raghunathan (born 1941)
- Biswatosh Sengupta (born 1944)
- Gopal Prasad (born 1945)
- Vijay Kumar Patodi (1945–1976)
- S. G. Dani (born 1947)
- Raman Parimala (born 1948)
- Navin M. Singhi (born 1949)
- R. Balasubramanian (born 1951)
- Narendra Karmarkar (born 1957)
- T. N. Venkataramana (born 1957)
- Vasudevan Srinivas (born 1958)
- Kapil Hari Paranjape (born 1960)
- C. S. Rajan (born 1961)
- Dipendra Prasad (born 1960)
- Indranil Biswas (born 1964)
- Manindra Agrawal (born 1966)
- V. Suresh (born 1966)

- Madhu Sudan (born 1966)
- Nimish A Shah (born 1967)
- Chandrashekhar Khare (born 1968)
- Siddhartha Gadgil (born 1974)
- Manjul Bhargava (Indian origin American) (born 1974)
- Akshay Venkatesh (Indian origin Australian) (born 1981)
- Utkarsh Bhagi
- Kannan Soundararajan (born 1982)
- Sucharit Sarkar (born 1983)

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