A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit Astronomical Manuscripts Preserved at the Maharaja Man Singh II Museum in Jaipur, India

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Seite vii - In the height of his passion for this Islamite concubine, he formally installed her as queen of half his dominions, and actually conveyed to her in gift a moiety of the personality of the crown, even to the invaluable library of the illustrious Jey Sing, which was despoiled, and its treasures distributed amongst her base relations.
Seite xvii - A Handlist of the Arabic and Persian Astronomical Manuscripts in the Maharaja Mansingh II Library in Jaipur.
Seite xvii - Bahura, Literary heritage of the Rulers of Amber and Jaipur, Jaipur 1976.
Seite xvii - Indian and Islamic Astronomy at Jayasimha's Court," in DA King and G. Saliba, eds.. From Deferent to Equant. New York: NewYork Academy of Sciences, 1987, pp. 313-328 (pp. 313 and 326, fn. 4). 26D. Pingree, "Sanskrit Geographical Tables.
Seite xvii - N. Bahura. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Maharaja of Jaipur Museum. Jaipur: Maharaja of Jaipur Museum. 1971, pp.
Seite 144 - TABULAE ASTRONOMICAE In quibus Solis Lunae reliquorum Planetarum Motus ex ipsis observationibus nulla adhibita Hypotesi traduntur habenturque praecipuarum Fixarum in nostro Horizonte Conspicuarum positiones.
Seite 141 - ... yadrsam pustakam drstva tadrsam likhitam maya | yadi suddham asuddham va mama doso na vidyate 2 srlrajajayasimhena idam pustakam likhapitam paropakarartham.
Seite xi - This contains computations of the longitudes and latitudes of the Moon and the planets and...
Seite xi - Shdht and computations according to the same authority of a lunar eclipse on 28 May 1732 and of a solar eclipse visible at Jayapura on 20 May 1734.
Seite 74 - Table of the equations of the manda of the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn for 10° to 90° of argument at intervals of 10°.

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