It is difficult to determine what are important advances in Indian art, literature, mathematics and medicine because there is no definitive list of what advances have been made in these fields. However, some important advances in Indian art, literature, mathematics and medicine include the development of the Vedic period of Indian literature, the development of the Hindu-Arabic numeral system, and the development of the first Indian medical treatise, the Charaka Samhita.

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### What major advancements did Indian mathematicians make?

Some of the major advancements made by Indian mathematicians include the development of zero as a number, the concept of negative numbers, the discovery of the decimal system, and the development of algebra and geometry. Indian mathematicians also made significant contributions to the development of calculus, trigonometry, and other branches of mathematics.

### What Indian empire contributed advancements in mathematics and medicine?

The Mughal Empire was a major contributor to advancements in mathematics and medicine.

### What are 3 achievements that came from ancient India?

1. The Vedic period in India saw the development of a number of important scientific and technological achievements, including the development of astronomy, mathematics, and metallurgy.

2. The Gupta period saw significant advances in medicine, with the development of a number of important medical texts and the establishment of hospitals.

3. The Mughal period saw a number of important achievements in the arts, including the development of the Mughal school of painting and the construction of the Taj Mahal.

### What are 5 of the many achievements of ancient India?

1. The Vedic period saw the development of the earliest form of Hinduism.

2. The Vedas, the earliest Hindu scriptures, were compiled during this period.

3. The Vedic period also saw the development of the Upanishads, which form the core of Hindu philosophy.

4. The Vedic period saw the rise of the first Indian empire, the Maurya Empire.

5. The Vedic period saw the development of classical Sanskrit literature, including the Mahabharata and the Ramayana.