I am looking for books along the lines of history of mathematics but I have some conditions;
History must not be the main aim of the book, the main aim of using historical context should be teaching mathematics somewhat topdown.
For the part it teaches, it should teach it for real. It should include rigirous proofs and discussion.
By original view I meant, using original papers and publications where these ideas are first considered.
I know some good books along these lines like Journey through Genius. Or I know some books that are more on history and that are not about teaching mathematics. I am more into complete and coherent marriage of this two approaches while also incorporates rigor and original sources.