“I have no special talents. I’m only passionately curious.”- Einstein, one of the most influential scientists of the 20th Century, had once stated the above line, inspiring the whole world. At the age of 12, he discovered a book of Geometry, calling it his ‘holy’ geometry book. He was a good student, excelling in Physics and Mathematics. However, he dropped out of school at 16, rebelling against the authoritarian attitude of his teachers. Taking additional courses, he was admitted to Swiss Polytechnic. The validation of his work came in 1919, when the scientists led an expedition to Africa that measured the position of stars during a total solar eclipse. Here’s a quick glimpse of his life-story: