12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that: Hey 12 good inventions, we can thank India. We all know that India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world with the richest culture in history. But do you know that some of the things you use every day are found in this country? From your shirt button to shampoo and your shower? Read this article till the end for what wonderful things we can thank India for.
 
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

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1. Zero [0]

People of ancient times always thought that there must be some kind of sign to indicate nothing. Their concerns were alleviated in the fifth century AD. When Arya Bhatt, the Indian genius of mathematics and astronomy, invented zero as a symbol.
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

This made addition, subtraction and other mathematical functions completely easy. You can see the old void inscribed on the temple wall of Gwalior India. If you are not a big fan of mathematics and the invention of zero means nothing to you, then think without it, we have no binary system and no computer. How do you like that zero now?


2. Ruler

The Valley civilization of India used rulers in 1500 BCE and was first made of ivory. These rulers were found during excavations in present-day Pakistan and northwest India. They were apparently used in architecture with tremendous accuracy. They had units of up to 1.32 inches, marked with the most accurate subdivisions within inches of 5,000.
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

3. Chess

Chess is also the greatest game for intellectuals ever, an Indian invention. Its ancestor was called Chaturanga. And it was a strategic board game popular during the Gupta dynasty of the sixth century AD. Like chess, as we know it today, the game had different values and abilities. It also had an important king figure, and winning the game depends on the future of the king.

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

Another popular board game that India has brought for us is Snakes and Ladders. The original version was called Mokshapat or Moksha Pattamu and was invented by the 13th-century poet Pagal Swami Gamanadeva. If the snakes stand for variance, the ladder is virtuous. During the British rule in India, the game made its way into England and then to America.



4. Plastic Surgery

In the sixth century BCE, an Indian physician named Sushruta wrote a great reference book on medicine and surgery. It is one of the earliest works of his Chi world. Often referred to as the "father of surgery" in his country, he described the use and instructions of hundreds of plants to perform surgery, including dryness, nasal reconstruction and transplantation from one part of the body to another. The basic technique of rhinoplasty, which takes a piece of skin from the forehead to rebuild the nose, is still used today. But then, was the nose work done to help those who were deprived of their noses as punishment for theft or adultery? Oh, how much time has changed.

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that


5. Cataract Surgery

He invented dry plastic surgery and performed the first cataract surgery using a curved needle to remove the lens from the affected eye. This revolutionary method soon became popular outside India, with patients and doctors from all over the world visiting surgeons to perform the operation and learn from their experience. The genius surgeon never turned his back on anyone. The surgeon said that he got all his medical knowledge from Ayurvedic God Dhanvantari.

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that


6. Wireless Communication

What is your opinion on the pioneer of radio communication? Guglielmo Marconi probably comes to mind immediately and for good reason. He also received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1909 for his innovative work. But Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose introduced the invention of radio communication wave to the public in 1895.


12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
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He sent a 75-foot electromagnetic wave to the Calcutta Town Hall. A wave passing through the walls hit the bell and lit some ammo. Marconi used Bose's invention, the Mercury Cohort, as a model to build his own two-way radio. Bose was never patented for his work, so his invention was credited only a century later.

 
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that


7. USB

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
USB or universal serial bus is a more recent invention than wireless communication. It was brought to us by Ajay Bhatt, an Indian-American computer genius who worked as an engineer for Intel in the 1990s.

They came up with the idea of a universal port for devices as they put an SD card in their computers, remember those things. The device immediately became a huge hit, but he never received money or official recognition for his invention, as he was always insisting that it was the result of teamwork. Today, the number of USB devices used worldwide is more than 10 billion, making it the most used computer gadget.



8. Yoga

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

If you have ever tried yoga, please share this article with me. If you practice this and you see a positive change in your life, you should thank India. Shiva, also known as Adi Yoga, was the first yoga guru.

The people of North India had been practising this spiritual practice since 5000 years ago. The word Yoga is found in the Vedas, India's oldest sacred book. The Brahmins further developed the art of yoga and recorded their experiences in a treatise with over 200 documents. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came up with the idea of celebrating Yoga Day on 21 June, and it is now a truly international holiday with millions of followers.


9. Natural Fiber

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

There is nothing better than a touch of natural cotton on your skin. If India had not been a bright mind, we would have been deprived of the situation. Unlike the ancient Greeks, who were animal skins, Indians began growing cotton again in the fifth and fourth centuries BCE. They use cotton yarn to make clothes, which soon became a major success in the Mediterranean and beyond. Jute is our origin in India. The best and most distinctive wool of Kashmiri is actually from Kashmir, India.


10. Flush Toilet

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that

Now you can see that India's Valley Civilization has come with the invention of many talents. And flush toilets are one of them. Believe it or not, 5000 years ago in a land of spices, domestic toilets connected to a complex drainage system with canals, irrigation and smart water management. Pure talent.


11. Shampoo

Number 11 Shampoo. The word shampoo comes from the Hindi word shampoo, meaning massage or necessity. This substance was invented in India in 1762 and was originally used for head massage, hence the name. The first shampoo was made in natural oils and herbs. British colonial traders loved the idea and brought it back to England. The original head massage took years to develop into an oil shampoo, as we know it today. But the truth is, thank you for taking away the beauty and beauty of your hair.


12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that


12. Button

This fabric staple tops our list. Simple yet revolutionary. The first shot was found during an excavation at Mo Hanjo Daro, one of the largest settlements of the Indus Valley Civilization. 5000 years ago, the pits were made from seashells and used as ornaments and not for making clothes, but they had two holes in the centre of the star.

12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that
12 Great Inventions We Should Thank India For that


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