From: Thomas Hockey et al. (eds.). The Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers, Springer Reference. New York: Springer, 2007, p. 951
Flourished Rāḍha, Bengal, (India), 1591–1599
Rāghavānanda Śarman was a Brāhmaṇa who followed the Saurapakṣa school of astronomy. He composed several astronomical works in the late 16th century, including the Viśvahita, a set of astronomical tables whose epoch is 1591; the Dinacandrikā, another set of astronomical tables whose epoch is 1599; and the Sūryasiddhāntarahasya, a commentary on the Sūryasiddhānta, written in 1591. Little is known of these three works though they have been published.
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——— (1994). Census of the Exact Sciences in Sanskrit. Series A. Vol. 5, pp. 411a–412b. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.
Rāghavānanda Śarman (1913). Dinacandrikā, edited by Bhagavatīcaraṇa Smṇtitīrtha. Calcutta. (With Bengali commentary and translation.)
——— (1913). Viśvahitam, edited by Viśvambhara Jyotiṣārṇava and Śrīśacandra Jyotīratna. Bibliotheca Indica, Vol. 222. Calcutta: Asiatic Society. (Incorrectly attributed to Mathurānātha Śarman.)
——— (1915). Sūryasiddhāntarahasya, edited by Rajanīkānta Vidyāvinoda. Calcutta.