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Henry Thomas Colebrooke FRS FRSE (1765-1837) was a Sanskrit scholar and orientalist. He was born in London, the third son of Sir George Colebrooke, 2nd Baronet, Chairman of the East India Company, and Mary Gaynor of Antigua. He was educated at home and at fifteen was adept in classics and mathematics. In 1782 Colebrooke was appointed to a writership in India. He held administrative, legal and.
Colebrooke opined that a long and diligent research in various parts of India failed of recovering the algebraic and other works of Aryabhata (H. T. Colebrooke, Miscellaneous Essays, ii, p.380).
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