If you've not yet found a reason to celebrate the beauty of numbers and their contribution in making life much more livable (yes, calculators exist for a reason!), then it's time to change that! Get ready to appreciate the charm of calculus and the rhythm of ratios because, take my word for it, there is a day dedicated to majestic mathematics! Say it with me now, National Mathematics Day!

It's national mathematics day on the 22nd December.

Our data analysis identifies that National Mathematics Day was heavily mentioned a whopping 9216 times online. Surprisingly, there is even more chatter during the festive period in 2020- specifically, hold onto your abaci, because there was an all out math party online on December 22, 2020!

But why December 22nd, you ask? Well, this date is not randomly picked from a probability chart. It actually marks the birth anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan, a renowned mathematician known for his significant contributions to the world of mathematics. So, on this day, math enthusiasts or even those who are numerically challenged, unite to celebrate the science that is the backbone of our daily life.

From posting math trivia online, blogging about breakthroughs in mathematical theories, or sharing a picture of a favourite math puzzle or equation, the linear online equation of National Mathematics day is quite exponential! Clearly, 22nd December is no 'average' day (pun intended!). So, the next time someone says maths isn't fun, remember 22nd December and consider correcting their equation.

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