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Aryabhata

(5th & 6th Century Indian Mathematician and Astronomer who Calculated the Value of Pi)

**Birthdate:**0476 AD

**Birthplace:**Assaka

**Died:**0550 AD

Aryabhata was a prominent mathematician-astronomer and physicist from classical Indian mathematics and astronomy. He is recognized for his significant works, including the Āryabhaṭīya and the Arya-siddhanta. Notably, he was one of the first to mention the relativity of motion, establishing himself as a major early physicist. His contributions have had a lasting impact on the fields of mathematics, astronomy, and physics, solidifying his legacy as a pioneer in Indian scientific thought during his time.