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Loksamudra's son helped to set up a school in 1207 for the study of Bhāskara's writings Bhaskaracharya's work in Algebra, Arithmetic and Geometry catapulted him to fame and immortality.
In his treatise Siddhant Shiromani he writes on planetary positions, eclipses, cosmography, mathematical techniques and astronomical equipment.
One day of Brahma is worth a thousand of the ages (yuga) known to humankind; as is each night." Thus each kalpa is worth one day in the life of Brahma, the God of creation.
In other words, the four ages of the mahayuga must be repeated a thousand times to make a "day to Brahma", a unit of time that is the equivalent of 4.32 billion human years, doubling which one gets 8.64 billion years for a Brahma day and night.
Indians views the universe as without a beginning (anadi = beginning-less) or an end (ananta = end-less). Hindu scriptures refer to time scales that vary from ordinary earth day and night to the day and night of the Brahma that are a few billion earth years long.
Its cycles run from our ordinary day and night to a day and night of the Brahma, 8.64 billion years long, longer than the age of the Earth or the Sun and about half the time since the Big Bang".
In the Surya Siddhant he makes a note on the force of gravity: Bhaskaracharya was the first to discover gravity, 500 years before Sir Isaac Newton.