Ganit Kaise Padhe, Mathematics ki tayari kaise ki jaye,Tips for Maths study, Studyplan for maths…READ MORE
Srinivasa Aiyangar Ramanujan was one of India’s greatest mathematical genius, was born at Erode in Tamil Nadu on 22 December, 1887.
His love of mathematics was unusual. Numbers seemed to draw him by a strange magnetism. In school itself at the age of thirteen, he came across a book called Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure Mathemetic by G. S. Carr. Though outdated, this book introduced him to the world of mathematics. He started working and developing his own ideas in mathematics. He used to write his ideas and results and make notes on his findings…READ MORE
Mathematics & Astronomy in Ancient India: Science and Mathematics were highly developed during the ancient period in India. Ancient Indians contributed immensely to the knowledge in Mathematics as well as various branches of Science. Many theories of modern day mathematics were actually known to ancient Indians. However, since ancient Indian mathematicians were not as good […]READ MORE
A brief info of Mathematics, its uses and perceptions of Great Persons about mathematics: Mathematics is a branch of Science that deals with Numbers, Quantity,Space,Structure & Change. Mathematics develops Objectivity and aptitude. A person starts thinking logically in real life with the knowledge of mathematics. There is great breadth, depth, complexity and beauty in the discipline […]READ MORE