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Srinivasa Ramanujan was a striking personality with an extra ordinary talent in mathematics. Read more to find out about his profile, childhood, life and timeline.

# Srinivasa Ramanujan

Also Listed In: Mathematicians

Famous as: Mathematician

Nationality: Indian

Born on: 22 December 1887 AD 22nd December Birthdays

Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius Sagittarius Men

Born in: Erode

Died on: 26 April 1920 AD

place of death: Chetput

father: K. Srinivasa Iyengar

mother: Komalat Ammal

siblings: Sadagopan

Spouse: Janaki Ammal

education: Trinity College, Cambridge (1919–1920), University of Cambridge (1914–1919), University of Cambridge (1916), Government Arts College, Kumbakonam (1904–1906), Town Higher Secondary School (1904), Pachaiyappa's College, University of

Works & Achievements: Ramanujan constant, Ramanujan prime, Ramanujan theta function, Ramanujan's master theorem, Mock theta functions, Ramanujan conjecture, Ramanujan-Soldner constant, Ramanujan's sum.

Rightly regarded as 'natural genius' by the English mathematician G.H. Hardy, Srinivasa Ramanujan displayed an amazing talent in mathematics, even though he did not receive formal training in that subject. He contributed to several areas of mathematics such as the number theory, mathematical analysis, infinite series and continued fractions. This great mathematician of the 20th century added much to the field of advance mathematics with his fascinating theories and proofs, which are in use even today. Also, in 1997, 'The Ramanujan Journal' was published by an American mathematician Bruce .C. Berndt, which showed Ramanujan's areas of study. He formulated many formulas to solve problems, but his untimely death put an end to his great exploration to the unseen beauty and enormity of this subject. Within a short-life, he independently compiled about 3900 results involving identities and equations. Ramanujan used to jot down some of the proofs and theorems in his notebooks that had been studied by many mathematicians, after his death. Scroll further and read more about the profile, life, career and timeline of Srinivasa Ramanujan.

**Early Life**

**Career**

**Life in England And Return to India**

**Ramanujan-Hardy Number (1729)**

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**Personal Life and Death**

**Recognitions**

- Fellow of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1918.
- Fellow of the Royal society of London, 1918.
- Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge

SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN TIMELINE

Srinivasa Ramanujan was born in Erode on 22 December.

He contracted small pox and fortunately, recovered from the infection.

He entered the Town High School in Kumbakonam.

He began developing his mathematical ability by dealing with geometrics and arithmetic series.

He showed how to solve cubic equations and also sought a method to solve quartic.

He attended Pachaiyappa’s College in Madras.

He underwent an operation and took considerable time to recover. He got married to Janaki Ammal on July 14.

He worked on the Bernoulli numbers. He also approached the founder of the Indian Mathematical Society for a job.

He applied at the Madras Port Trust in the section of accounts for the clerical post.

He went to London

16 March, he graduated from Cambridge and acquired a degree, Bachelor of Science by Research.

He went back to India.

He passed away on 26 April.

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