Best Books from Indian States, Part 2

In this series:  Best Book from India, Part 1 In the part 1 of the series, one of the most debated states were Delhi and Maharastra. While someone pointed out that White Tiger is a trash (that I  dont agree with), others said that it should listed under Bihar (that I somehow agree). Another disagreement…

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Indian Personalities Who Deserve a Biopic (Part II)

Earlier this year, I made the list of Indian personalities who deserve a Biopic and cheekily ended the tittle by giving it Part I. So, here I am back with my another list of Indian personalities whose Biopic I would love to see. To be honest, this has been a good year for Biopics. Bhag…

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Ramanujan and the Mysteries

Since, I mentioned in my last post (Book Review: The Man Who Knew the Infinity), that my mind is captured by Ramanujan’s life and times, here are some of my thoughts on the mysteries around Ramanujan. In one of the episode of History Channel’s controversial show, “Ancient Aliens “(The Einstein Factor), the show speculates that…

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Book Review: The Man who knew Infinity

Sports commentators and News editors use the term “Genius” so frequently that sometimes we forget the real meaning of the term. Maybe because of lack of better words, the likes of Ramanujan are also defined as genius in modern worlds. Robert Kanigel wrote this biography on one of the most popular and mysterious mathematician, who…

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