## Srinivasa Ramanujan: A Mathematical GeniusBiography of Srinivasa Ramanujan Aiyangar, 1887-1920, mathematician from India. |

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A famous people who are interested in the maths are so great

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I have read this book in my first year at my college- BITS Pilani. Though everyone is aware about Dr. Ramanujan yet several children in India still don't know about it which is quite disheartening.

It was quite a compelling read and I readily recommend this book to anyone who is interested in Mathematics. Surprisingly I even found a reference to my college temple in which his bust has been carved in stone.

### Contents

Life of Ramanujan | 14 |

Glimpses | 39 |

Ramanujans Notebooks | 74 |

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