Hinduism has gigantic writing on science in Sanskrit. The Vedas (implies information in Sanskrit) structure the premise of the endless confidence (Sanathana Dharma or hinduism as it is alluded to as today).Mathematics, trigonometry, cosmology, Ayurveda, Arthashastra and others has 1000s of writing sources from 1750 BCE till the early piece of nineteenth century after which the British deliberately devastated the hindu lifestyle. From the creation of zero to scientific ideas, Hinduism has everything if no one but it could be inquired about simply like religions are looked into in the west. A large portion of the learning is lost in view of the decay of the language of Sanskrit. I'm perusing a book on 'India Astronomy - A source book' that contains some significant concentrates and clarification from different works of learning in vedas, upanishads and siddhantas. It appears that there were 100,000 assets on cosmology itself with many being lost. I don't know whether some other religion has explicit branches for various sciences as Hinduism had.