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== నోట్స్ ==
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Born 505 CE
Died 587 CE
Occupation astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer
Nationality Indian
Period Gupta era
Notable work(s) Pancha-Siddhantika, Brihat-Samhita
 
Varāhamihira (Devanagari: वराहमिहिर) (505–587 CE), also called Varaha or Mihira, was an Indian astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer who lived in Ujjain. He is considered to be one of the nine jewels (Navaratnas) of the court of legendary ruler Vikramaditya (thought to be the Gupta emperor Chandragupta II Vikramaditya).
{VARAHAMIHIRA,ALSO CALLED MIHIRA,WAS AN ASTRONOMER -MATHEMATICIAN,BORN IN UJJAIN.
VARAHAMIHIRA'S PICTURE FOUND IN THE INDIAN PARLIMENT ALONG SIDE ARYBHATTA'S,OF WHOM HE WAS FOLLOWER.
HE WAS CONSIDERED TO BE ONE ONE OF THE NINE JEWELS(NAVARATNAS) OF COURT OF LEGENDARY KING VIKRAMADITYA.
VARAHAMIHIRA DISCOVERED PASCAL'S TRIANGLE AND WORKED ON MAGIC SQUARES .HIS MOST FAMOUS TREATISE IS PANCHA SIDDHANTIKA'(575AD).}
Varahamihira's main work is the book Pañcasiddhāntikā (or Pancha-Siddhantika, "[Treatise] on the Five [Astronomical] Canons) dated ca. 575 CE gives us information about older Indian texts which are now lost. The work is a treatise on mathematical astronomy and it summarises five earlier astronomical treatises, namely the Surya Siddhanta, Romaka Siddhanta, Paulisa Siddhanta, Vasishtha Siddhanta and Paitamaha Siddhantas. It is a compendium of Vedanga Jyotisha as well as Hellenistic astronomy (including Greek, Egyptian and Roman elements).[1] He was the first one to mention in his work Pancha Siddhantika that the ayanamsa, or the shifting of the equinox is 50.32 seconds.
 
The 11th century Arabian scholar Alberuni also described the details of "The Five Astronomical Canons":
 
"They [the Indians] have 5 Siddhāntas:
 
* Sūrya-Siddhānta, ie. the Siddhānta of the Sun, composed by Lāṭadeva,
* Vasishtha-siddhānta, so called from one of the stars of the Great Bear, composed by Vishnucandra,
* Pulisa-siddhānta, so called from Paulisa, the Greek, from the city of Saintra, which is supposed to be Alexandria, composed by Pulisa.
* Romaka-siddhānta, so called from the Rūm, ie. the subjects of the Roman Empire, composed by Śrīsheṇa.
* Brahma-siddhānta, so called from Brahman, composed by Brahmagupta, the son of Jishṇu, from the town of Bhillamāla between Multān and Anhilwāra, 16 yojanas from the latter place.(M.Tirupatirao (B.tech))
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