The famous Pythagorean Theorem was not really discovered by Greek Mathematician Pythagoras but Indian Mathematician Baudhayana, Mathematician. Indian mathematician, also a priest, believed to have flourished c. BCE. Believed to have been a skilled craftsman, thus to. The mathematics given in the Sulbasutra-s enables It is clear from the writing that Baudhayana.

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It was ancient Indians mathematicians who discovered Pythagoras theorem. It is not unnatural to find many critics from western world who prefer to maintain their facade of racial supremacy and egoistic western imperialism who blatantly mathematcian to discredit Baudhayana even today. Log in Request account. So my friends i guess you now know the true intention why our ancestors wrote the vast vedas for.

### Baudhayana – Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

We Indians do have a tendancy to try to associate everything with Mathwmatician or try to show as if everything has happened initially only in India and the people of other civilization were fools!

DMT May 17, Shantanu Shirpure May 23, Not every thing started in India.

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The Mystery of Jodhpur Boom. The lines are to be referring to a rectangle, although some interpretations consider this to refer to a square.

## BAUDHAYANA (PYTHAGORAS) THEOREM (World Guru of Mathematics, Part – 9)

That is its diagonal approximately. It is high time we go deep into the matter and give credit to the real discoverers of the theorams.

Part of a series on. Lokesh Kumar November 3, Baudhayana also provides a non-axiomatic demonstration using a rope measure of the reduced form of the Pythagorean theorem for an isosceles right triangle: So the next big question, why the hell is the theorem attributed to Bauhdayana and not Baudhayana? We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Home Personalities An Untold Story: One can refer to the man but not continue the same misnomer.

It was ancient Indians mathematicians who discovered Pythagoras theorem. And also my english is bsudhayana so good and the topics do not coincide correctly. Baudhayana From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia.

He is the author of earliest Sulbasutra-s which contains calculation of value of pi, Pythagoras theorem, calculating square root of 2 and circling the square. This appears to be referring to a rectangle or a square in some cases as interpreted by some peoplealthough some interpretations consider this to refer to a square. This would also partially explain why Greeks were so reserved in crediting Pythagoras with this theorem!

### Baudhayana sutras – Wikipedia

If restricted to right-angled isosceles triangles, however, it would constitute a less general claim, but the text seems to be quite open to unequal sides. People say we always believed in sharing the knowledge hence we never patented it!

That is its diagonal approximately. Sequences of Pythagorean triples used in cryptography as random sequences and for the generation of keys have been dubbed “Baudhayana sequences” in a paper. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I wish the Indian Govenment would rethink why the Aryan Invasion theory is still taught to school children when its so clear that it was the matbematician of a corrupted imagination.

I also feel that this theorem should be named as Baudhayana theroem at least in India. If this refers to a rectangle, it is the earliest recorded statement of the Pythagorean theorem. Whilst I agree that is important to acknowledge the very important part Indian mathematicians and philosophers have played in the history of the world and today, many, many people from all different cultures learnt at Babylon and later, at Egypt.