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It destroyed countless legions. Dismembered people's beliefs. Such a horrible sight.

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The Gupta empire traded with other Indian empires and even Roman empires.

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A giant empire was created in the Indian Subcontinent, which become enormously wealthy through trade. After the Mauryan Empire, India was the largest economy on earth and controlled 33.4% of the world's wealth, and would continue to do so for another 1,100 years. Although the empire started out through wars and conquest, during Ashoka's rule peace was so abundant that there was no standing army in India other than civil police. Advancements in numerous fields of study should also be noted. The Mauryan Empire was the kingdom of Magadha, which was founded by Chandragupta. It stretched all the way until it was almost the entire subcontinent. His children, Bindusara and Ashoka helped expand the Empire. -From Mahir Ali :P

Ancient civilizations knew that there was a fixed ratio of circumference to diameter that was approximately equal to three. The Greeks refined the process and Archimedes is credited with the first theoretical calculation of Pi. In 1761 Lambert proved that Pi was irrational, that is, that it can't be written as a ratio of integer numbers. In 1882 Lindeman proved that Pi was transcendental, that is, that Pi is not the root of any algebraic equation with rational coefficients. This discovery proved that you can't "square a circle", which was a problem that occupied many mathematicians up to that time. (More information on squaring the circle.)

Yes the Incas were an Indian Tribe.

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Aryabhata ramanujan bhaskara bhramagupta D.R. kaprekar check out the contributions by yourself.. ;) LOL

Indian Mathematicians made early contributions to the concept of zero,negative #'s, and algebra.

There have been and still are, many Indian mathematicians who have made significant contributions.

http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=indian+mathematicians&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2 Have a look...lots of photos of Indian Mathematicians

Gupta empire was larger than mauryan empire.

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its srinivasa ramanujan sandy.....:)

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