Hinduism,Cosmos ,Sanatan Dharma.Ancient Hinduism science.
“Asmin vikara khahare na raasaavapi praveshteshvapi ni: srutheshu bahushvapi syaallaya srushtikaalenanthe chyuthe bhoothaganeshu yaddhath” ||
Nothing happens to the (huge number) infinity, when any number enters (added) or leaves (subtrcated) the infinity. During pralaya many things get dissolved in Mahavishnu and after pralaya, during srushti all those things get out of him. This happens without affecting the lord himself. Like that, whatever number is added to infinity or whatever is subtracted from it, the infinity remains unchanged.
BRAHMAGUPTHA IN BRAHMASPHUTA SIDDHANTA 600 AD
BHAKARACHARYA II – BEEJAGANITA 1148 AD —
Brahmagupta was Bhaskara’s role model and inspirer. To Brahmagupta he pays homage at the beginning of his Siddhanta-siromani and most of his astronomical elements are taken from the Brahmasphuta siddhanta or the Rajamrganka belonging to the same school. Bhaskara improved upon him not through any great original contribution but by the thoroughness with which he could and did analyse the rationale of the calculations.