ARYABHATA

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ARYABHATA

Aryabhata is the story of the Indian mathematician who invented the Zero. He is adopted by the Raja of Pataliputra as a professor and incurs the jealousy of the resident court intellectual who attempts to frame him as a traitor. The story involves Aryabhata getting away from the traps that his rival lays for him, much as in movie Amadeus, Mozart outshines Salieri.  In the process of distributing the grain during a great famine and keeping a register of the weight of grain each peasant owes or is owed, Aryabhata invents the negative axis of maths and therefore the number system which goes from minus to plus through the Zero.

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