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Contents[ edit ] The book contains metaphorical aphorisms in the form of sixteen sutras and thirteen sub-sutras, which Krishna Tirtha claimed to allude to significant mathematical tools. Shukla, Jan Hogendijk et al note that the Vedas do not contain any of those sutras and sub-sutras. These were unknown during the Vedic times and were introduced in India only in the sixteenth century;  works of numerous ancient mathematicians such as Aryabhata , Brahmagupta and Bhaskara were entirely based on fractions. From a historiographic perspective, India had no minimal knowledge about the conceptual notions of differentiation and integration. He believes it did a disservice both to the pedagogy of mathematical education by presenting the subject as a bunch of tricks without any conceptual rigor, and to science and technology studies in India STS by adhering to dubious standards of historiography. This was only shelved after a number of academics and mathematicians, led by Dani and sometimes backed by political parties, opposed these attempts based on previously discussed rationales and criticized the move as a politically guided attempt at saffronization.
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