The Great Books of the World – Part 8

This has originally been posted in naturetails.blog by Joanna

I was really fascinated as well as moved by the story of Ramanujan, one of the greatest mathematicians of the world.

I am thankful to Joanna for sharing such a beautiful post. She has done a great deal of research and then posted this one.

Please go through the article…..

“Interstellar” by Hans Zimmer (courtesy of Patrik Pietschmann): https://naturetails.files.wordpress.com/2022/08/hans-zimmer-interstellar-main-theme-piano-version-sheet-music.mp3   “One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time.” Carl Sagan Courtesy of 7MB, “7 Notes to Infinity: 01”    “The infinite! No other question has ever moved […]

The Great Books of the World – Part 8

11 responses to “The Great Books of the World – Part 8”

  1. Thank you, Iswar! Gratitude!! The spirit of Ramanujan will bestow his blessings on you!

    Joanna

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    1. Thank you so much Joanna. Today itself I was telling my kid about Ramanujan.

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      1. Iswar, you are a great man!

        Joanna

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        1. Oh no… Joanna I am just a man in flesh, bone and blood…I wish I were a great man and the world might know my name…

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          1. Keep on writing your beautiful poems and one day you will be known a great poet
            of India.

            Joanna

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            1. Thank you for your wishes Joanna 💕.. I started writing just 6months back. Never thought of it before. Now it has become a hobby. I studied science. Till class 10th I studied in my local language. English was only 1 subject that I studied from class 4 to 10. So never thought of writing….. And here I am writing… Don’t know where the path of life will take me; I will sail wherever it takes….

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              1. Very commendable thought, Iswar!

                Joanna

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    2. well deserved.. I’m coming soon to visit!

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  2. Thoughts have no boundaries
    They simply fly wherever they wish
    Never seen whether they have wings……….. 😊

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  3. There’s a film I watched last year about the relationship of Hardy and Srinivasa Ramanujan which was excellent. An introduction for me as I hadn’t heard of their inspiring story…

    * The Man Who Knew Infinity is a 2015 Britishbiographical drama film, about the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, based on the 1991 book of the same name by Robert Kanigel.

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  4. great post and lovely shout for for Joanna Iswar 💗💖

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