Then there he studied at Harvard University for a year and a half. Damodar Kosambi studied mathematics with George David in the UK. In 1929 Harvard University honoured Damodar Kosambi with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He was also made a member of Kappa society. He returned to India from there. After coming to India in 1932, he taught mathematics at Fergusson College in Pune for 14 years. He had two daughters. The eldest daughter Maya was born in 1935, and the younger daughter Meera was born in 1939. In 1944 a wrote short article in which he introduced himself. After then Damodar Kosambi is known as the map function. before 1945-1948 Damodar Kosambi presented was writing orthogonal. So if you like to buy India Stamps and a miniature sheet, then you should visit our website Philacy.com
31-07-2008: Birth Centenary of Damodar Kosambi (Statistician, Mathematician and Indologist) Indian Stamp
Damodar Kosambi was born on 31 July 1907 in Kosbe Goa. He was a Mathematician and Marxist historian of India. He was the first to develop the orthogonal category statement. In 1918 after a few years of schooling in India Damodar travelled with his father to Cambridge Massachusetts and looking for a teaching capacity at a Latin school. Damodar studied Grammar School for one year and then joined a Latin School in 1920. He then became a member of the Cambridge branch of America. In 1924 he enrolled in Harvard but he postponed his studies and came to India. After coming to India, he lived with his father, worked at Gujarat University and was close to Mahatma Gandhi. In 1926 Damodar kosambi returned to the UK with his father.