India is a land of great history and our country has made significant contributions in the world through inventions in the field of science and technology. Science is an integral part of our lives and in our lifestyles, ancient science has been the key to science since yesterday. Today, science is accepting many things as told by the Sages of India Indian Scientists Who Changed All-World.
In India, great mathematicians and scientists like Aryabhata have been born who invented zero and introduced the world to the knowledge of the number for the first time. Let us know about the famous Indian scientists and their wonderful contribution to this article:
GREAT INDIAN SCIENTIST AND THEIR INVENTIONS
Great Indian scientist and his invention
C. V. Raman – Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman
Indian Nobel Winner CV Raman Scientist
C.V. Raman was born on 7th November 1888 in Tiruchirappalli. Raman came to Visakhapatnam town at an early age and passed his matriculation examination at the age of 11. He did his FA. The examination was passed by scholarship at the age of 13 years (equivalent to today’s Intermediate examination,).
He was the first Asian and the first non-white man, who was elected to receive the Nobel Prize in any field of science. In 1954, he was honored with Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honor. He won the Nobel Prize for his invention “Raman Effect” in 1930.
Raman also worked on the acoustics of musical instruments. He was the first person to check the harmonic nature of the sound of Indian instruments such as Tabla and Mridangam.
Raman believed that we should not have any hesitation or fear in asking questions.
“Ask the right questions, and nature will open doors to her secrets”
HOMI JEHANGIR BHABHA – Homi Jehangir Bhabha
Indian Scientist Homi Bhabha Hindi
Born in Mumbai in October 1909, Homi Jehangir Bhabha has played an important role in Quantum Theory. Bhabha has also been famous as the father of Indian nuclear energy. In addition, they are credited with formulating a strategy to concentrate on generating energy from the country’s huge thorium reserves rather than the small uranium reserves.
He was the first person to become the President of India’s Atomic Energy Commission. He has played an important role in the scientific progress of the country by establishing scientific institutions such as Bhabha Atomic Research Institute and Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in India.
M. Visvesvaraya – M. VISVESVARAYA
Indian Scientist M Visvesvaraya
In 1955, India’s highest civilian honor was M Vishwaswaranya, Bharat Ratna awardee, an Indian engineer, scholar and a skilled politician. King George V gave him the title of Knight Commander (Knight as KCIE) of the British Indian Empire for his contributions to the public good. From 1918 to 1912, he was also a Diwan of Mysore.
His two inventions have become famous -‘Automatic Sluice Gates ‘and Block Irrigation System’, they are still considered a miracle in the field of engineering. Since river beds were expensive, they discovered an effective way of filtering water through ‘collector’ Wales in 1895, which was rarely seen anywhere in the world.
He created a flood protection system for the city of Hyderabad that gave him special respect. On his birthday on September 15, he is celebrated as an Engineer Day in India in his memory.
SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN – Srinivasa Ramanujan
Srinivasa Ramanujan did not take almost any formal training in mathematics but he made extraordinary contributions to the field of mathematical analysis, number theory, and infinite series.
During his short lifespan, Ramanujan independently achieved about 3,900 results, almost all his claims have been proved correct. Ramanujan has inspired further research from his original and highly unorthodox results, such as Ramanuj Praman and Ramanujan Theta Function.
According to Krishnaswamy Iyer, Ramanujan School Principal. Ramanuj is an outstanding student who was entitled to get maximum marks. Ramanuja believed:
“An equation means nothing to me unless it expresses a thought of God.”
Ramanuj, Ramaswamy met Air, seeking a job in the Revenue Department. Ramanuja showed him his math notebook while remembering Ramanuj, the air has said that –
“1I was so impressed with Ramanujan’s mathematical results that he did not want to insult his talent by applying Ramanujan to the lower division of Revenue Department”
I was struck by the extraordinary mathematical results in the notebooks. I had no mind to smother his genius by an appointment in the lowest rungs of the revenue department “.
SUBRAHMANYAN CHANDRASEKHAR – S. Chandrasekhar
Nobel Prize Winner Indian Scientist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
American astronomer of Indian origin. Professor Chandrashekhar is award by the Nobel Prize in Physics. In 1983 for his study on the structure and critical processes of the development of stars. He was William A. She shared it with Flower.