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of the theorem was written down by the Indian mathematician Baudhāyana in 800BC.

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There is a clear reference of Vanga in the very first chapter of Baudhayana Smriti. Panini, the celebrated Sanskrit grammarian, has mentioned Vanga in his Ashtadhyayi written sometime in 300 BC.

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Baudhāyana, (fl. c. 800 BCE) was an Indian mathematician, who was most likely also a priest.
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Baudhayana was the author of one of the earliest Sulbasutras: documents containing some of the earliest Indian mathematics.
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Baudhayana (c. 800 BCE) | Rational Vedanta
Baudhayana was an Indian mathematician and philosopher who is sometimes considered to have been a direct pupil of Vyasa.
Hinduism - A Scientific Way of Life: Baudhayana (Pythagoras
Jan 15, 2009 Baudhayana made several other important discoveries, some of which we use regularly, while others are used in higher level maths.

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