Mathematics, Astronomy and Astrology
[Preliminary Entry] The Nuqūd al-ḥisab is a work on arithmetic that gives special attention to Indian learning. It was written by Muḥammad Irtaża ‘Alī Ḫān (d. 1251/1835-6) in 1235/1819. It is divided into an introduction (muqaddima), seven chapters (bāb) and a conclusion (ḫātima).
Rahman A., et al., 1982, Science and Technology in Medieval India. A Bibliography of Source Materials in Sanskrit, Arabic and Persian, Delhi, Indian National Science Academy, p. 383
Storey, C. A., 1972, Persian Literature. A Bio-bibliographical Survey, II, 1, London, p. 19
|Main Persian Title:||Nuqūd al-ḥisab|
|Author:||Muḥammad Irtaża ‘Alī Ḫān|
|Year / Period of Composition:||1234/1819|