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VARAHAMIHIRA PANCHASIDDHANTIKA (505 AD)   Samavrutthaprushtamaanam sookshmam golam prasaadhya daarumayam sthagithaarka samaankitha kaala bhogarekaadvaye paridhov   Perfectly circular throughout and spherical, made of wood, marked with degrees and minutes, incorporated with lines both longitude and latitude at ends, is the golayantra. (Panchasiddhantika 14-23)...

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ARYABHATA -I ARYABHATEEYA (499 AD)   Udayo yo lankaayaam soasthamayo: savithureva siddhapure madhyahno yavakotyaam romake vishaye ardharaathramsyaath   When it is Sunrise in Lanka, the same Sun sets in Siddhapura. (Gautimaala). It is noon in Yavakoti (Korea) and midnight in Romaka (Rome) (Aryabhateeyam 4-13)....

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BRAHMAGUPTA BRAHMASPHUTA SIDDHANTA 629 AD     Pranenaithi kalaam bhooryadi tharhi kutho vrajeth kamadhyaanam aavarthana murvyaa schenna pathanthi samucchrayaa: kasmath   If earth rotates at a speed of 1’ of an angle in 4 seconds, will not the things on the loft fall? Where does the earth go in this speed? (Brahmasphuta siddhanta 11-17)....

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LALLACHARYA SISHYADHI VRUDDHI TANTRA 700 AD     Praguna paridhe: sathaamsako ganithajnaa: kathayanthi drusyathe prathi bhaathi thadaa samaa mahee vishaye yanthra thathaiva gamyathe   Mathematicians say that one hundredth of the cirucumference of the earth appears to be plane. So, that portion of the earth appears to be plane to an observer (Sishyadhi vruddhi Tantra 20-35)...

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LALLACHARYA SISHYADHI VRUDDHI TANTRA 700 AD     Gaganamarudaagni jalamrunmayo mahaabhootha gunayutha:khastha: kakshaabhiraavrutho ayam bhapan charaanthascha bhoogola     Spherical earth, made of ether, fire, air, water and clay (Panchabhoothas) and thus have all the properties of the five elements, surrounded by the orbits and extending upto the sphere of stars, remain in the space (Sishyadhi vruddhi Tantra 17-1)...

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PUTHUMANA SOMAYAJI KARANAPADHATI (1450 AD)   Sun 59’ 8” 10’’’ 13’’’’ (gopaajnayaa dinadhaama) 34” 51’’’ 36’’’’ (Chandikeso bharga snigdhosow) Mars 31’ 26” 29’’’ 42’’’’ (Prabhurdharaachakra paala) Mercury 245’ 32” 36’’’ 32’’’’ (Rageethumbururganeswara) Jupiter 4’ 59” 7’’’ 2’’’’ (Prajnaasanoo dharmavaan) Venus 96’ 7” 37’’’ 51’’’’ (Kasi saambasanna chola:) Saturn 2’ 0” 23’’’ 32’’’’ (Prabhalapraajno nara:) The modern values of angular motions are Earth/Sun 59.14’, Mars 31.45’, Mercury 245.7’, Juptiter 4.99’ Venus 96.13’, and Saturn 2’....

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LALLACHARYA SISHYADHI VRUDDHI TANTRA 700 AD   Svochhaath shadbhaagaadhyadhiko yadaa thadaa bhavathi svaneechastha: doorenochhaga urvyaa: karnavasaannochhago nikate   When a planet is at a distance of 6 signs from its apogee, it is said to be at the perigee or neecha. When a planet is at the apogee, it is farthest from the earth when at the perigee, it is nearest to the earth. This is so because of the length of...

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LALLACHARYA SISHYADHI VRUDDHI TANTRA 700 AD   Nathakramajyaambara sankunighnaa syaallambanam thathvarase shuhrudvaa drukshepabhukthyanthara yoscha ghaatha: khabaanayugmaa kshihrutho nathi: syaath   R sine of the hour angle multiplied by Rsine of altitude of the merdian ecliptic point and divided by 5625 gives parallax in longitude. The Difference of true motions of the Sun and the moon multiplied by the Rsine of drikshepa and divided by 2250 gives the parallax in latitude. (Sishyadhi vruddhi Tantra 13-12)...

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LALLACHARYA SISHYADHI VRUDDHI TANTRA 700 AD   Thriraasijeevaa valanajyakaa hruthaa sileemukhai rankulathaam vrajanthi thaa: dvisankunaa drushtigathi: saraachalairvibhaajithaa lambana naadikaa phalam   Radius and the valanajya when divided by 5, are converted into angulas. The R sine of driggati multiplied by 2 and divided by 75 gives ghatika of the parallax in longitude. (Sishyadhi vruddhi Tantra 13-11)...

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LALLACHARYA SISHYADHI VRUDDHI TANTRA Thithernathasya kramasinjanee hathaa khamadhya lagnaprabhavena sankunaa kshamaashadangkaabhi saraankanethrahrud vilambane syaad ghatikaadi vaa phalam.   R sine of the hour angle at the amavasya multiplied by R sine of the altitude of the meridian ecliptic point and divided by 2954961 gives the parallax in ghatikas at mid eclipse (Sishyadhi vruddhi Tantra 6-8)...

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