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Thus, mathematical methods were used to solve problems in architecture and construction (as in the public works of the Harappa), in astronomy and astrology (as in the works of the Jain mathematicians) and in the construction of Vedic altars (as in the case of the Shula Sutras of Baudhayana and his successors).
In the fifth or sixth century BCE, there is evidence of mathematics being studied for its own sake.
This devotion usually takes the form of rituals and practices associated with sculptures and images of gods in home shrines.
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Unlike today, we have not been able to determine how detailed professions were separated in Ancient India.
As a result, most mathematicians are considered to be priest-mathematicians or rishis who also focused on mathematics, etc.