## The man who knew infinity: a life of the genius, RamanujanA biography of one of the most innovative mathematicians of all time traces the rise of Srinivasa Ramanujan from his days as a clerk to his collaboration with one of England's greatest mathematicians |

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OneIN THE TEMPLES COOLNESS1887 to 1903 | 9 |

Sarangapani Sannidhi Street | 11 |

A Brahmin Boyhood | 20 |

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