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B S Madhava Rao Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-013
Content Description This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1918 - 1980
Found in: Archives at NCBS

Series 1: Correspondence

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-013-1
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1918 - 1980

Sub-Series 5: 1950 - 1959

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-013-1-5
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1918 - 1980

Mahalanobis, P. C., 15 January 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 1
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-1
Scope and Contents

Forwards a letter from Madhava Rao to the Technical Committee of the India Statistical Institute, not enclosed.

Dates: 15 January 1955

Mitra, S. K., bulk: 21 September 1956, 3 October 1956, 12 December 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 2
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-2
Scope and Contents First letter communicates that the Indian Statistical Institute in Calcutta has recently acquired an electronic digital computer, and plans to aquire a second more powerful machine. Requests names of candidates for fundamental research in numerical analysis and to teach a course on the same at the ISI. Second letter notes receipt of Madhava Rao's reply, recommeding his former students, and requests their further particulars. Also mentions Madhava Rao's desire to use ISI's computer to derive...
Dates: Majority of material found in 21 September 1956, 3 October 1956, 12 December 1956

Murti, M. Lakshmana, 18 December 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 3
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-3
Scope and Contents

Requests Madhava Rao's assistance in applying for a position at the Institute of Armament Studies, Kirkee, on a higher salary than advertised.

Dates: 18 December 1956

Nikam, N. A., 15 March 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 4
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-4
Scope and Contents

Proposes conference regarding a salary increase for university teachers in Mysore and Central College, Bangalore, and suggests no non-university candidate be considered for vice chancellorships.

Dates: 15 March 1955

Physical Culture Committee, Central College, 18 July 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 5
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-5
Scope and Contents

Communicates resolution passed by the Physical Culture Committee at Central College, Bangalore expressing appreciation for Madhava Rao's service as retired principal and president of the Committee.

Dates: 18 July 1955

Popor, Blagoj S., 3 February 1954

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 6
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-6
Scope and Contents

Sends thanks for Madhava Rao's offer to review his work, sent to the Bangalore Press.

Dates: 3 February 1954

Presentation of an address in honour of B. S. Madhava Rao, bulk: 16 September 1955, 19 September 1955, 20 September 1955, 21 September 1955, 22 September 1955, 23 September 1955, 24 September 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 7
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-7
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding a function honouring Madhava Rao on his retirement as Principal of Central College, Bangalore.

Dates: Majority of material found in 16 September 1955, 19 September 1955, 20 September 1955, 21 September 1955, 22 September 1955, 23 September 1955, 24 September 1955

Ramakrishnan, Alladi, 2 April 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 8
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-8
Scope and Contents

Requests that Madhava Rao delivers lectures on the "elementary theory of relativistic wave equations" at the MSc level, at the University of Madras.

Dates: 2 April 1955

Raman, C. V., 28 September 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 9
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-9
Scope and Contents

Unable to convene a special meeting of council to record the Indian Academy of Science's appreciation of Madhava Rao's service due to his imminent departure, sends best wishes for his journey to Poona.

Dates: 28 September 1955

Ramesan, T.; McCrea, W. H. - Royal Holloway College, bulk: 20 September 1951, 15 September 1952

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 10
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-10
Scope and Contents Letter from Ramesan onfirms receipt of reprints and that he has given them to W.H. McCrea, who sends thanks in return. Provides details on lectures then on offer at several University of London colleges, as well on Ranganatha Rao, his son, and English daughter-in-law. Letter from McCrea sends thanks for information about Ramesan, and his intent to start Ramesan on mathematical problems in modern astrophysics, and communicates his intent to accept Ramesan to PhD candidacy at London...
Dates: Majority of material found in 20 September 1951, 15 September 1952

Rao, B. Sanjiva, 25 January 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 11
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-11
Scope and Contents

Communicates travel plans and address in Poona.

Dates: 25 January 1957

Rao, C. Gundu, 7 April 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 12
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-12
Scope and Contents Sends thanks for Madhava Rao's letter informing of the award of his PhD, sends greetings and reminiscences. Writes further about travel to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists in New York, and his hopes to secure a job with Caltex or Arabian American oil companies, on the strength of the reputation of his professor, P.D. Krynine. Bemoans the state of politics at Mysore University, enquires about Madhava Rao's intention to move to Princeton University as a professor of...
Dates: 7 April 1955

Rao, H. S. Subba, 28 February 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 13
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-13
Scope and Contents

Sends greetings and details about his stay at the Indian Academy of Sciences, his wife's health, and the status of the Defence Science Conference.

Dates: 28 February 1957

Rao, H. R. Suryanarayana, 22 March 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 14
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-14
Scope and Contents

Will complete his MBA at Harvard Business School in June 1957, has received offers from American companies doing business in India, but intends to work in the steel industry. Has listed Madhava Rao as a reference in job applications and for this purpose encloses his CV.

Dates: 22 March 1957

Rao, S. Ramachandra, bulk: 23 March 1957, 27 March 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 15
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-15
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding the 1957 Indian Science Congress and the annual session of the Indian Academy of Sciences.

Dates: Majority of material found in 23 March 1957, 27 March 1957

Rau, Nittoor Sreenivasa, 3 September 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 16
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-16
Scope and Contents

Communicates travel plans to Bombay via Poona, requests a meeting with Madhava Rao either at Poona or Kirkee.

Dates: 3 September 1956

Razi, B. A., 8 March 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 17
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-17
Scope and Contents

Leaving for Chicago, USA under the India Wheat Loan Educational Exchange Program, requests meeting at Poona.

Dates: 8 March 1957

Roy, S. N., 29 April 1950

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 18
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-18
Scope and Contents

Recommendation letter for M.V. Jambunathan, candidate for a professor's post at Mysore University.

Dates: 29 April 1950

Schwartz, Laurent, bulk: 2 February 1956, 1 March 1955, 8 May 1955,

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 19
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-19
Scope and Contents

Sends greetings and thanks for hospitality during a stay in Bangalore, encloses a letter from his daughter, who sends thanks for shells sent to her by Madhava Rao's children.

Dates: Majority of material found in 2 February 1956, 1 March 1955, 8 May 1955,

Sen, R. N., 27 November 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 20
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-20
Scope and Contents

Regarding Madhava Rao's election to a position, possibly to the vice-presidency of the Indian Academy of Sciences.

Dates: 27 November 1956

Seshachar, Bagepalli Ramachandrachar, 14 November 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 21
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-21
Scope and Contents

Chides Madhava Rao for not writing. Sends news about an interview with C.V. Raman regarding a council position with the Indian Academy of Sciences, and his own travels to Mysore. Mentions a request made by the principal of Central College, Bangalore to the vice-chancellor ahead of a visit by the University Grants Commission for a cyclotron, cost of which was estimated at five lakhs. Request was apparently laughed at.

Dates: 14 November 1955

Seth, B. R., 22 October 1952

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 22
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-22
Scope and Contents

Sends congratulations on his daughter Leelavathi's marriage to Chi. D.R. Jagannatha Rao.

Dates: 22 October 1952

Shah, Dara, 27 November 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 23
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-23
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding a visit by Brigadier and Mrs. Thadani to Mysore, sends greetings to Madhava Rao and his brother Bheema Rao. Also contains a letter from Thadani informing Madhava Rao of a change in plans and that he will not be visiting Mysore.

Dates: 27 November 1956

Siddiqi, M. R., bulk: 23 February, 1951, 8 November 1952

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 24
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-24
Scope and Contents

First letter confirms receipt of a circular and promises to send a biographical sketch and a portrait, notifies Madhava Rao of his joining Peshawar University (Pakistan), wishes to organise a joint conference of Indian and Pakistani mathematicians, hopes for Madhava Rao's support. Second letter sends wishes on Madhava Rao's daughter's wedding, expresses sentiments regarding old friendships and difficulties at having had to start over in Pakistan.

Dates: Majority of material found in 23 February, 1951, 8 November 1952

Stone, Marshall H., 24 October 1954

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 25
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-25
Scope and Contents Response to Madhava Rao's letter, enclosed, requesting Stone's support in securing a visiting professorship for six months at the University of Chicago and for six months at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, proposing to work on Lie algebra and relativistic wave equations, as well as Gibbsian statistics and the foundations of quantum mechanics. Mentions correspondence with N. Jacobson of Yale, shown to Stone whilst he was at Bangalore, as well as a book by E.M. Corson,...
Dates: 24 October 1954

Sreenivasaiah, B. V., 30 November 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 26
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-26
Scope and Contents

Sends greeting and congratulations on Madhava Rao having been elected to preside over the mathematics section of the India Science Congress in 1958, informs Madhava Rao of his new job as a signal and telecommunications engineers with the railway services of the Government of India, at the rank of Class I Rs 350-1100, with a starting salary of Rs 380.

Dates: 30 November 1957

Srinivasiengar, C. N., 4 October 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 27
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-27
Scope and Contents

Sends greetings and apologies for having been unable to meet Madhava Rao at the railway station on his departure from Bangalore.

Dates: 4 October 1955

Subramanyam, D. S., 21 January 1957

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 28
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-28
Scope and Contents

Request for letters of recommendation for PhD studies at Chicago, Columbia, Princeton, Duke and Brown, proposes to work on complex variables and elliptic functions.

Dates: 21 January 1957

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, bulk: 1 July 1952, 23 September 1952, 26 September 1952, 23 October 1952, 5 November 1952, 23 February 1953, 5March 1953, 15 September 1954, 8 March 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 29
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-29
Scope and Contents Correspondence regarding Madhava Rao's transfer to the Atomic Energy Commission, Bombay. Letter from Homi J. Bhabha requests that Madhava Rao's services be loaned for a year by Mysore University, in order to learn of the latest developments in quantum theory, and attend a course of lectures due to be given by Wolfgang Pauli, from 1st November 1952. Further correspondence regards the terms of the leave from Mysore University, and details regarding the pay scale, due to having to maintain two...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1 July 1952, 23 September 1952, 26 September 1952, 23 October 1952, 5 November 1952, 23 February 1953, 5March 1953, 15 September 1954, 8 March 1955

The Central College Teachers' Union, 6 August 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 30
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-30
Scope and Contents

Note of appreciation from members of the Teacher's Union for Madhava Rao's service as President.

Dates: 6 August 1955

The Elementary Particle Theory Group, 30 November 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 31
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-31
Scope and Contents

Letter and enclosed statement from a group of researchers in Japan, working on elementary particle theory and theoretical nuclear physics, regarding the peaceful use of atomic energy in Japan, and related legislation recently passed by the Diet.

Dates: 30 November 1956

University of Mysore, bulk: 28 May 1954, 28 November 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 32
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-32
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding remuneration for administration of examinations in Indian university, and regarding Madhava Rao's birthdate.

Dates: Majority of material found in 28 May 1954, 28 November 1955

Vaidyanathaswamy, R., 30 August 1954

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 33
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-33
Scope and Contents

References work on inequalities approvingly, asks about the possibility of stating corresponding integral inequalities.

Dates: 30 August 1954

Venkatraman, K., 22 October 1952

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 34
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-34
Scope and Contents

Sends thanks for invitation to Madhava Rao's daughter's wedding, sends best wishes to bride and groom.

Dates: 22 October 1952

Vijayaraghavan, T., bulk: 18 January 1952, 18 August 1952, 12 October 1952, 1 March 1954

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 35
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-35
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding Vijayaraghavan's travels and mathematical work in the USA, to Chicago, Princeton, Stanford, and Fiske University, in Nashville, Tennessee, and also the possbility of Madhava Rao applying for a Fulbright Travel Award to cover a sabbatical year in the US, at Chicago, Princeton, or Fiske.

Dates: Majority of material found in 18 January 1952, 18 August 1952, 12 October 1952, 1 March 1954

Vrkljan, V. S., bulk: 30 August 1952, 30 March 1953, 19 March 1954, 7 November 1954

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 36
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-36
Scope and Contents

Forwards papers in German, from the Austrian Academy of Sciences, regarding a linearisation of the Dirac relativistic wave equation, and in French, from Comptes rendus de l'Académie des Sciences, regarding Poynting vectors for scalar and pseudoscalar mesons.

Dates: Majority of material found in 30 August 1952, 30 March 1953, 19 March 1954, 7 November 1954

Wold, H., bulk: 16 November 1950, 8 June 1950, 21 May 1951, 7 June 1955

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 37
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-37
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding reprints from the Institute of Statistics at the University of Uppsala. Also contains a letter of thanks from Wold for his hospitality during their recent visit to Bangalore and Mysore.

Dates: Majority of material found in 16 November 1950, 8 June 1950, 21 May 1951, 7 June 1955

Good, Robert H., 24 September 1956

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 38
Identifier: MS-013-1-5-2-38
Scope and Contents

Sends thanks for letter notifying him of Madhava Rao's paper on Pauli identities, regrets having been previously unaware of it, apologises for not making reference to it in his own article.

Dates: 24 September 1956

Sub-Series 6: 1960 - 1969

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-013-1-6
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1918 - 1980

Abraham, G., 24 April 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 39
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-39
Scope and Contents

Proposes changes in the quantum mechanics syllabus for the MSc at Madras University, notes difficulty in finding students and doubts whether offering such a course is worthwhile, suggests instead including a course on hydrodynamics or group theory.

Dates: 24 April 1966

Allahabad Mathematical Society, bulk: 26 September 1965, 14 March 1967

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 40
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-40
Scope and Contents

Communicates a paper by G.H. Tewari, as well as one of his own, on a conjecture of Ramanujan.

Dates: Majority of material found in 26 September 1965, 14 March 1967

Anantharamiah, A. N., bulk: 21 April 1969, 1 May 1969,

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 41
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-41
Scope and Contents

Corrrespondence regarding A.S. Nalini, a preuniversity college student and mental calculator. Includes several question papers set by Madhava Rao, his answer sheets, as well as Madhava Rao's opinion that such "numerical gymnastics" do not indicate more general mathematical aptitude.

Dates: Majority of material found in 21 April 1969, 1 May 1969,

Aiyar, R. A. Ramachandra, 23 December 1960

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 42
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-42
Scope and Contents

Forwards two copies of his book on "viloma ganitha," entited "Raja Ganitham on Osmani Hisab," requests Madhava Rao's help in popularising his methods among the delegates of the 1960 Indian Mathematical Congress due to be held in Chandigarh. Mentions a "viloma ganitha yajna" involving the mental extraction of cube roots to nine significant figues, due to his blindness caused by cataract.

Dates: 23 December 1960

Begum, Shamsia, bulk: 15 February 1967, 2 March 1967

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 43
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-43
Scope and Contents

Request for recommendation letter for PhD study in the USA. Encloses Madhava Rao's letter of reply.

Dates: Majority of material found in 15 February 1967, 2 March 1967

Bhattacharya, R. N., 17 November, 1960

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 44
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-44
Scope and Contents

Responds to comments made in a reviewer report of his PhD thesis submitted to Calcutta University, entitled "On Ship Waves and Wave Resistance," requests a copy of the report, speculates as to the possibility of experimentally verifying results at the Naval Architecture Department at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and further requests references on Japanese and Soviet work on ship resistance.

Dates: 17 November, 1960

Borel, A., bulk: 5 December 1960, 7 December 1960

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 45
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-45
Scope and Contents

Notifies Madhava Rao that he may he unable to address the meeting of the Indian Mathematical Society on "Arithmetical discrete subgroups of Lie groups," due to arriving in India the day before the meeting.

Dates: Majority of material found in 5 December 1960, 7 December 1960

Bose, S. K., bulk: July 1964, 18 January 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 46
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-46
Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding selection committee membership at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay for professorships in mathematics.

Dates: Majority of material found in July 1964, 18 January 1966

Chandrashekar, K., 10 September 1960

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 47
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-47
Scope and Contents

Sends congraulations on Madhava Rao's new appointment, says he has nothing to contribute to any discussions regarding the Indian Mathematical Society, invites Madhava Rao to lunch at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay.

Dates: 10 September 1960

Chaudhuri, B. D. Nag, 10 December 1963

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 48
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-48
Scope and Contents

Forwards question papers for the BSc and MSc in mathematical physics at Andhra University, not enclosed.

Dates: 10 December 1963

Cohn, Harvey - The University of Arizona, 18 December 1963

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 49
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-49
Scope and Contents

Requests a recommendation letter for Dr. Veldanda V. Rao, asks about research, teaching, and his spoken English.

Dates: 18 December 1963

Gajaraju, A., 4 March 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 50
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-50
Scope and Contents

Requests advice and a meeting regarding PhD applications, as well as a recommendation letter for a Research Assistantship in the UK.

Dates: 4 March 1966

Ghent, Kenneth S., 20 February 1963

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 51
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-51
Scope and Contents

Sends thanks for preprints and program of the Jubilee Celebration of the Indian Mathematical Society.

Dates: 20 February 1963

Gokhale, D. V., 7 June 1964

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 52
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-52
Scope and Contents

Sends information about graduate courses at the University of California, Berkeley about advanced topics in statistics, provides news about visits of mutual acquaintances to the USA, and sends regards to those in India.

Dates: 7 June 1964

Gupta, G. S., 27 January 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 53
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-53
Scope and Contents

Mentions a paper entitled "Some mathematical aspects of high altitude gunnery," requests permission to send the paper for Madhava Rao's opinion and in order for it to be submitted to an appropriate journal.

Dates: 27 January 1966

Huzurbazar, V. S., bulk: 19 October 1962, 23 February 1963

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 54
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-54
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 19 October 1962, 23 February 1963

Iyengar, H. R. Krishna; Pervin, William J. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, bulk: 28 December 1965, 18 January 1966,1 February 1966, 14 February 1966, 25 July 1966,

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 55
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-55
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 28 December 1965, 18 January 1966,1 February 1966, 14 February 1966, 25 July 1966,

Iyer, V. Ganapathy, 28 November 1967

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 56
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-56
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 28 November 1967

Kapur, J. N., 12 June 1965

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 57
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-57
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 12 June 1965

Kothari, D. S., 21 March 1961

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 58
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-58
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 21 March 1961

Krishna, Shri, 17 June 1960

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 59
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-59
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 17 June 1960

Kulshreshtha, P. K., bulk: 14 January 1966, 22 January 1966, 22 November 1966, 2 March 1967

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 60
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-60
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 14 January 1966, 22 January 1966, 22 November 1966, 2 March 1967

Matsuoka, Y., 12 February 1965

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 61
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-61
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 12 February 1965

Mishra, R. S., bulk: 21 January 1965, 26 July 1965, 26 August 1965, 13 September 1965, 20 September 1965, 25 September 1965, 17 December 1965

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 62
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-62
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 21 January 1965, 26 July 1965, 26 August 1965, 13 September 1965, 20 September 1965, 25 September 1965, 17 December 1965

Mitrinović, D. S., bulk: 10 August, 1966, 18 August 1966, 7 October 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 63
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-63
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 10 August, 1966, 18 August 1966, 7 October 1966

Mookini, Edwin H. - University of Hawaii, 16 March 1965

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 64
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-64
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 16 March 1965

Murthy, K. Rama, bulk: 25 November 1966, 20 February 1967

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 65
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-65
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 25 November 1966, 20 February 1967

Narasimhan, M. N. L., bulk: 3 December 1965, 6 February 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 66
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-66
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 3 December 1965, 6 February 1966

Narlikar, V. V., bulk: 25 March 1963, Undated

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 67
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-67
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 25 March 1963, Undated

Nath, N. S. Nagendra, 14 October 1965

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 68
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-68
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 14 October 1965

Peck, J. E. L., bulk: 20 January 1966, 28 January 1966

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 69
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-69
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: Majority of material found in 20 January 1966, 28 January 1966

Philip, P. J., 8 January 1968

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 70
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-70
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 8 January 1968

Prabhu, P. H., 15 July 1965

 File — Box: MS-013 Box 2, Folder: 71
Identifier: MS-013-1-6-2-71
Content Description From the Collection: This accession consists of papers belonging to B S Madhava Rao. Bangalore Srinivasarao Madhava Rao was a mathematician and physicist who was a professor and later principal of Central College, Bangalore. He had worked with Max Born on non-linear field theory. He then went on to research and publish works related to theoretical physics. He collaborated with C V Raman and Homi J Bhabha. He was awarded the Ramanujan Prize of Madras University in 1965. Rao worked as Professor of Ballistics at...
Dates: 15 July 1965