Conceived in 1887 in Erode, Tamil Nadu, the account of Ramanujan’s tryst with arithmetic is a standout amongst the most captivating stories read, delineated and performed through different masterpieces.
Consistently, the nation observes National Mathematics Day on December 22 to recognize the birth commemoration of Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. Conceived in 1887 in Erode, Tamil Nadu, the narrative of Ramanujan’s tryst with science is a standout amongst the most captivating stories read, delineated and performed through different masterpieces.
From his youth, he has tremendous energy for arithmetic. To such an extent, that at 12 years old, he had aced trigonometry and created numerous hypotheses all alone with no help. He was granted a grant to learn at Government Arts College, Kumbakonam, yet he, in the end, lost it because of his appalling execution in different subjects. He fled from home and selected himself at Pachaiyappa’s College in Madras.
With the help of Mathematician Ramaswamy Iyer, he landed a position as an agent at the Madras Port Trust.
His achievement at long last came in 1913 when Ramanujan kept in touch with G H Hardy. The British mathematician, on understanding Ramanujan’s virtuoso composed back to him, welcomed him to London. Solid at that point got Ramanujan into Trinity College, Cambridge and what started as a charming adventure of accomplishment.