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Birbal Sahni: Story of a bright student to a Paleobotanist

Introduction A great scientist who lived only for knowledge. He declined high posts. He was a genius who shone in several spheres. He was a great teacher and a great man. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was free India’s first Minister of Education. He invited a reputed scientist to become a secretary to the Government in…

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Homi Bhabha: Biography, Research, Inventions, Inspiration

Introduction The architect of Nuclear Science in Modern India. His farsightedness, powers of organization, and the encouragement and guidance young scientists received from him, these built up an invaluable asset for scientific work in India. He was a painter and worshipped the beauty of Nature. Science and art both enriched his mind and life. He…

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About Satyendranath Bose, who worked with Einstein

Introduction A renowned Indian scientist. He developed a new branch of physics. He worked with Albert Einstein, Madame Curie and other scientists of world renown. He was a veteran teacher revered by his students for his affection, discipline and methodical work. Some students love mathematics. What are the maximum marks they score in it? It…

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Bharata Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya detailed Biography

Introduction One of the makers of modern India. ‘MV’ was a genius. Perfectly honest and devoted to his work, he set new standards of efficiency. This is the story of a poor boy that became the Grand Old Man of India. Google came up with this doodle on his birthday which is also referred to…

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Ancient Indians on (Medical) Science, Tech., Eco., Politics

Ancient India was a center of attraction for the whole world. The more we delve into world history, the more we understand our contributions in almost every division of every prevalent topic. I remember the freedom fighter Bhagat Singh objecting to a British court verdict that India was a poor and illiterate country. He goes…