Life Story of ‘Human Computer’ Shakuntala Devi

These days, versatile rich actress Vidya Balan is in a tremendous discussion about her upcoming film ‘Shakuntala Devi Human-Computer’, which is based on the biography of human-computer Shakuntala Devi, the film’s promos and songs caught the attention of the people. Is, although the coronavirus has also hit this much-awaited film, and because of this, the film is going to release on Amazon Prime on July 31, now how much this film attracts people, it will tell the time to come but in it, There is no doubt that this film has once again made a tremendous discussion on India’s Human-Computer Lady ie Shakuntala Devi.

The book ‘World of Homosexuals’

Shakuntala Devi, who was able to solve the most difficult questions of mathematics in minutes, was known as a genius, fearless woman, skilled writer and vocal speaker, Shakuntala Devi’s skills came to the public when many women and girls of the country Shakuntala Devi was not only educated but for her sharp intellect, people also remember her for the book ‘World of Homosexuals’.

‘Gay was’ Shakuntala Devi’s husband Paritosh Banerjee

This book was published in 1977 and came to the fore when people did not talk openly on ‘Homosexuality’, but instead saw people talking on this subject as hateful and criminal, say that Shakuntala Devi The idea of ​​writing a book on this subject came about because her husband Paritosh Banerjee, who was an IAS officer by profession, but in real life was homosexuals i.e. ‘gay’.

Divorce from husband in 1979

Shakuntala Devi had seen and understood this relationship closely and that is why she was able to pen down that bold subject, not only where Shakuntala also shared her marriage experiences with a gay man in the documentary Four Straits Only. It is known that Shakuntala Devi came back to India in 1960 and after coming here, she married Paritosh Banerjee but in 1979 she divorced her husband.

Popularization from calculus roadshow

It is known that Shakuntala Devi was born on 4 November 1929 in a religious Kannada Brahmin family in the Indian city of Bangalore, her father was a trapeze artist in the circus when Shakuntala was just 3 years old, her father realized that his daughter He remembers the numbers quickly, after which he quit the circus job and started calculating roadshows with his daughter.

Named in ‘Guinness Book of World Records’

Shakuntala, a man of amazing talent, solved the math questions of graduation at just 6 years old and it was from here that Shakuntala Devi’s life took a new turn, she moved to England with her father in the year 1944 and gradually started calculating. She became very popular through the show, due to her sharp talent, her name was recorded in the ‘Guinness Book of World Records’ in 1982.

The election was fought against Indira Gandhi

Shakuntala Devi was a very bold woman and this example was shown when, in 1980, Shakuntala decided to contest against Indira Gandhi from Medak Lok Sabha seat of South Bombay and Telangana, although Shakuntala Devi was ranked number 9 in that election her The challenge had become the subject of much discussion at that time.

Died in the year 1983

In 1983, this genius daughter of India said goodbye to the world but she has left behind her daughter Anupama Banerjee. On his 84th birthday, Google dedicated his doodle in his honour.

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