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A.K. Ramanujan



Attipat Krishnaswami Ramanujan was a famous writer born to a Tamil family in Mysore City in the year 1929. He wrote in English and Kannada. He was also well known as a famous scholar, philologist, folklorist, translator, play writer, poet and author. His choice of educational research was mainly based on five languages: Tamil, Kannada, Sanskrit, Telugu and English.
In 1962, Ramanujan joined the University of Chicago. In 1983, he was appointed the William E. Colvin Professor in the Committee on Social Thought and the Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, of Linguistics at the University of Chicago. In the same year he was conferred a MacArthur Fellowship. He died in 1993 due to anaesthetic reaction while preparation for a surgery.
 
 
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