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Varāhamihira (505–587 CE), also called Varaha or Mihir, was an Indian astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer who lived in Ujjain. He was born in Avanti (India) region, roughly corresponding to modern-day Malwa, to Adityadasa, who was himself an astronomer. According to one of his own works, he was educated at Kapitthaka. He is considered to be one of the "Nine Jewels" (Navaratnas) of the court of legendary ruler Yashodharman Vikramaditya of Malwa.

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  • ヴァラーハミヒラ
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  • Варахамихира
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  • 伐罗诃密希罗
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  • Varāhamihira (505–587 CE), also called Varaha or Mihir, was an Indian astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer who lived in Ujjain. He was born in Avanti (India) region, roughly corresponding to modern-day Malwa, to Adityadasa, who was himself an astronomer. According to one of his own works, he was educated at Kapitthaka. He is considered to be one of the "Nine Jewels" (Navaratnas) of the court of legendary ruler Yashodharman Vikramaditya of Malwa.
  • Varahamihira (Vers 505-587) était un mathématicien, un astronome, un astrologue indien.
  • Varahamihira, auch Varaha Mihira, (6. Jahrhundert n. Chr.) war ein indischer Astronom, Mathematiker und Astrologe.
  • ヴァラーハミヒラ(彘日、वराहमिहिर、Varahamihira、505年 - 587年)は古代インドの天文学者、占星術師。
  • Nacque nella regione di Avanti, grosso modo corrispondente alla moderna Malwa, da Adityadasa, che era egli stesso un astronomo. Secondo una delle sue opere, fu educato a Kapitthaka. È considerato uno dei nove gioielli (Navaratnas) della corre del leggendario sovrano Yashodharman Vikramaditya di Malwa.
  • Varahamihira (Sanskriet: Varāhamihira) was een Indiaas geleerde uit de 6e eeuw. Hij is vooral bekend als astronoom, astroloog en wiskundige, maar schreef over uiteenlopende onderwerpen.
  • Varahamihira ou Varāhamihira (505-587 dC), também chamado de Varaha ou Mihir, foi um astrônomo, matemático e astrólogo indiano que viveu em Ujjain. Nasceu na região de Avanti (Índia), que corresponde aproximadamente a moderna Malwa, filho de Aditya Dasa, que era também um astrônomo. De acordo com uma de suas próprias obras, ele foi educado em Kapitthaka. Ele é considerado como um dos nove jóias (Navaratnas) da corte do lendário governante Vikramaditya Yashodharman de Malwa.
  • Варахамихира (санскр. वराहमिहिर, varāhamihira IAST; 505—587) — индийский астроном, математик и астролог.
  • 伐罗诃密希罗(Varahamihira,505年-587年)一作彘日,是古印度一位天文学家、数学家。是笈多王朝旃陀罗·笈多二世王宫中的“九宝”之一。所著《五大历数全书汇编》(Pancasiddhatika)总结了当时印度的天文学主要成就。11世纪该书被阿拉伯学着比鲁尼翻译成阿拉伯文介绍到了阿拉伯世界。
  • Varaja Mijira Acerca de este sonido pronunciación (?·i) (505-587) fue un astrónomo, matemático y astrólogo hinduista que vivió en Ujjain (India). * varāha mihira, en el sistema AITS (alfabeto internacional de transliteración sánscrita). * वराहमिहिर, en escritura devánagari del sánscrito. Se conoce poco acerca de su vida.Según sus escritos, era hijo de Āditia Dāsa.En sus libros se hace conocer con el epíteto Daívagña (conocedor de los dioses, siendo daivá: ‘dioses, destino’, y gña: ‘conocedor’).
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