References for Charles Whish


    Books:

  1. A R Akhileswara Iyer and Ramavarma (Maru) Tampuran (eds.), Yuktibhasa. Part I (Malayan) (Mangalodayam Press, Trichur, 1948).
  2. G G Joseph, A Passage to Infinity: Medieval Indian Mathematics from Kerala and its impact (Sage Publications India Private Limited, 2009).
  3. G G Joseph, The crest of the peacock (London, 1991).
  4. V V Raman, Indic Visions: In an Age of Science (Xlibris Corporation, 2011).
  5. J Warren, Kalasankalita (College Press, Madras, 1825).

    Articles:

  6. D F Almeida, J K John and A Zadorozhnyy, Keralese mathematics: its possible transmission to Europe and the consequential educational implications, J. Nat. Geom. 20 (1-2) (2001), 77-104.
  7. K Mahesh, Venkateshwara Pai and K Ramasubramanian, Turning an algebraic expression into an Infinite series: An example from Kriyakramakari.
  8. K Mukunda Marar and C T Rajagopal, On the Hindu quadrature of the circle, J. Bombay Branch, Roy. Asiatic Soc. (N.S.) 20 (1944), 65-82.
  9. D Pingree, Hellenophilia versus the History of Science, Isis 83(4) (1992), 554-563.
  10. C T Rajagopal, A neglected chapter of Hindu mathematics, Scripta Math. 15 (1949), 201-209.
  11. C T Rajagopal and M S Rangachari, On medieval Kerala mathematics, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 35 (2) (1986), 91-99.
  12. C T Rajagopal and A Venkataraman, The sine and cosine power-series in Hindu mathematics, J. Roy. Asiatic Soc. Bengal. Sci. 15 (1) (1949).
  13. M Ram Murty, Review: A Passage to Infinity: Medieval Indian Mathematics from Kerala and its impact, by G G Joseph, Hardy-Ramanujan Journal 36 (2013), 43-46
  14. U K V Sarma, V Bhat, V Pai and K Ramasubramanian, The discovery of Madhava series by Whish: an episode in historiography of science, Ganita Bharati 32 (1) (2010), 115-126.
  15. A Venkatraman, Some interesting proofs from 'Yukti-Bhasha', Math. Student 16 (1948), 1-7.