We all have heard about the natural logarithm for any number. Basically we all know that the natural logarithm is the logarithm to the base of $e$,which is a transcendental number. Now what about the other transcendental numbers such as $\pi$ . How would the logarithm to the base of $\pi$ behave. By behave I mean how will the graph of this kind of a logarithm look like,what will be its properties?