"Srinivasa Ramanujan"

Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician.He was born on 22nd December in the year 1887 in Erode, Madras Presidency.He was born to a Brahmin family.He was also an autodidact.He made great contributions in the field of Mathematics.

He was a very shy person and is said that he was a very well mannered man.He was very determined and a dedicated person.He worked very hard which resulted in several achievements.

He married Srimathia Janki who was a ten year old girl on 14 July 1909.Ramanujan made great achievements in the fields of 
mathematical analysisnumber theory,continued fractions, and  infinite series.He even went to England and worked with other scientists in the Trinity College in Cambridge.He was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree for his work on highly composite numbers in March 1916 .

Ramanujan did not had a good health since his childhood.At the last stage of his life , he was found to have tuberculosis and a diseases which happened due to the deficiency of a kind of vitamin.Due to all these he died shortly 
 at the age of 32 in 1920.
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One of the greatest mathematicians of India, Ramanujan’s contribution to the theory of numbers has been profound. He was indeed a mathematical phenomenon of the twentieth century. This legendary genius of India ranks among the all time greats like Euler and Jacobi.Ramanujan lived just for 32 years but during this short span he produced such theorems and formulae which even today remain unfathomable in the present age of super computers. He left behind him about 4000 formulae and theorems.It is believed that these were the beginning of some great theory that he had at conceptual stage which failed to develop because of his premature and untimely demise. His personal life was as mysterious as his theorems and formulae.Ramanujan was deeply religious and united spirituality and mathematics. For him the zero represented the Absolute Reality. Researchers are still struggling to understand the source of his remarkable genius in mathematics.It is believed that he was a great devotee of the Hindu goddess of creativity and that the goddess used to visit him in dreams and she wrote equations on his tongue. Ramanujan was the first Indian to be elected to the Royal Society of London.