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"Snakes" by AK ramanujan is a touching reality that depicts the indifference of modern society. How the poor takes the risk to feed their family by providing entertainment… to the rich. (MORE)

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Ramanujan was just 32 years old when he died in the city of Madras (now known as Chennai) in South India on April 26, 1920. A college dropout he learned mathematics from S.L. …Loney's book on trigonometry and a "do it yourself" type of a book of problems and formulae written by an obscure English Tutor meant for those who wanted to appear for the tripos exam in Cambridge, England. Bewitched by Ramanujan's genius, G.H. Hardy an atheist, pacifist and a mathematician from Cambridge invited him to there in 1914 for a few years. Ramanujan graduated in a couple of years, published a few papers with Hardy but was stuck in Cambridge for six long cold years during the first world war. Friendless, lonely, undernourished and isolated from his family he became ill. The cause of his illness remained undiagnosed. Some say he suffered from tuberculosis, some say he had developed an abscess in his liver. He also appears to have become mentally fragile and is rumoured to have attempted suicide by jumping before a train in a London subway station. A few years before he left for England he was married to Janaki a girl barely 10 years old, chosen by his other mother Komlatammal as his bride. No doubt, Ramanujan's mathematics was great but greater was his personal tragedy. Janaki was barely 17 years when Ramanujan returned to India a terminally sick man. As his widow, Janaki lived to a ripe old age of over 80. Ramanujan's mathematics, inspires several mathematicians even today. People wonder where he got his beautiful insight into the abstract formulations of the number theory. Ramanujan himself unable to explain the source of his powers, attributed his genius to his family deity Namagiri. He will forever be remembered as the Indian wonder-boy of mathematics, perhaps the first global Indian. (MORE)

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He had no biological children, but he was married to Janaki Ammal. Janaki Ammal adopted a child and she lived long enough for many of us to know more about the gen…ius of Srinivasa Ramanujam. (MORE)

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Ramanujan is responsible for inventing the infinite series for pie in math. He was also very well known for his ability to rapidly solve complex math problems.

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ramanujam expressed the number 1729 in sum of cubes of two positive numbers in two different ways.

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He was one of the India's greatest mathematical geniuses .He introduced the theory of ramanujan's number(1729).

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Srinivasa Ramanujan is a famous Indian mathematician. He has given so many theorems related to the infinite series, improper integrals, continued fractions and the numbe…r theory. (MORE)

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Srinavasa Iyengar Ramanujan spent nearly 5 years in Cambridge and collaborated with the famous mathematicians of the world. A part of his findings was also published in Englan…d. He was awarded a B.A. degree in March 1916 for his job on highly composite numbers that was published as a paper in the Journal of the London Mathematical Society. He was elected to the London Mathematical Society on 6th December 1917. He was also elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1918 for his investigation in Elliptic Functions and the Theory of Numbers. He was the second Indian to become a Fellow and also one of the youngest Fellows in the entire history of the Royal Society. Ramanujan also became the first Indian to be elected a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge for his contribution in developing the Number Theory, on 13th of October, 1918. Ramanujan was diagnosed with tuberculosis and a severe vitamin deficiency and was confined to a hospital. After suffering from various diseases for some months, Srinavasa Iyengar Ramanujan eventually came back to India on 27th of March, 1919. He received a grand welcome. Unfortunately, he died on 26th of April, 1920, at the age of 32 years. The Government of India has issued a commemorative stamp to pay tribute and honour the 75th anniversary birth of Ramanujan in 1962. Tamil Nadu celebrates his birthday as the State IT Day. The Ramanujan Journal was launched as an international publication, which included his work in areas of mathematics. (MORE)

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because of some certain health problems ... he became very famous .. hence,i am really proud of him i salute to u ramamnujan ..!!

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black