Bhaskara II has been popularly known for his contribution which he made in the field of astronomy and mathematics. His observations are mainly included in his most celebrated work known as Siddhanta Shiromani which is further divided into four parts known as Lilavati, Bijaganita, Grahaganita and Goladhyaya. While Siddhanta Shiromany is written in Sanskrit it mainly includes the study of Arithmetic, Algebra, Mathematics of Planets and the study of Sphere. Bhaskara's work on calcus can be dated even earlier tanthe work of Newton and Leibniz where Bhaskara has been mainly credited for introducing the study of calculus in computing the accuracy of the movement of the planets.
Bhaskara II compiled another book which included his own commentary on which he calls Vasanabhashya which was published with another work on the planetary movement known as Karanakutuhala. All his work both in its completeness as well as parts has been published in large numbers in all over the country which has invited large number of translations from a number of scholars of the medieval period.
Thus, Bhaskara II has been one of the most popular astronomer as well as mathematician of 12th century who could similar level of accurate calculations as well as prediction like his predecessors which could help him to calculate the right position of the Earth its longitude, and derive authentic knowledge regarding the time, distance and place.