He is counted among the great Indian astronomers. In mathematics he added the cyclic method, as he calls it, and the combination of old and new methods, which gives integral solutions of Du2 + 1 = t. Bhaskaracharya developed his scientific doctrines in elegant and complex meters that were distinct from those of usual versified statements in Sanskrit.

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