India comes under the most beautiful country across the world and NEW INVENTIONS BY INDIA is also followed by all over the world.
Important inventions for all worlds
1. ZERO is NEW INVENTIONS BY INDIA
The biggest and most important contribution to the history of mathematics was ‘Zero’. This mathematical digit and concept also have a direct link to the ancient philosophy of ‘nothingness’.
ZERO is made by Aryabhata. A great mathematician of history. Indians were the first ones to use ‘Zero’ as a symbol and in mathematical operations, such as addition, subtraction, etc.
Other critical branches of mathematics such as Calculus, attributed to Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz, were developed to an almost identical formula by Indian mathematicians, hundreds of years before Newton & Leibniz’s findings.
‘Ayurveda’ means ‘science of life’; it is a traditional school of medicine, invented and practiced in India for over 5,000 years, and helps people attain good health and living, without the use of prescription drugs.
“It is more important to prevent the occurrence of disease than to seek a cure.” Acharya Charaka, the ‘Father of Medicine’. If you’ve ever undergone Ayurvedic therapy, you’ve got to thank India for it.
Ayurveda, it is actually considered irresponsible and representative of a poor lifestyle to even have to resort to medicine, with preventative natural medicine.
3.YOGA is NEW INVENTIONS BY INDIA
The world celebrates ‘International Yoga Day’ on June 21st every year, and the man responsible for this day is none other than India Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.
A significant contribution in the field of healthy living, India introduced the world to yoga, discovered and practiced in the country since ancient times, with origins tracing back to Lord Shiva, the first yoga guru.
4.USB (Universal Serial Bus)
A little removable storage device that is capable of holding a large chunk of data storage and transfer. Plus, it’s easy to carry and use.
The maker of USB is Ajay V. Bhatt (an Indian-American computer architect).
This NEW INVENTIONS BY INDIA is used in the daily routine world in high volume.
The world can thank Sushruta, an Indian physician who developed this operation in the 3rd century CE. Brain surgery also developed at the time.
The concepts, operative methodologies and specialized tools of surgery that were used in India more than 2,000 years ago and first postulated during an even earlier Vedic period, and are still being developed in 21st Century Europe.
He performed this surgery using a curved needle (called Jabamukhi Salaka) that loosened the lens and then pushed the cataract into the back of the eye. The surgeon used warm butter to soak the eyes and then placed bandages on them until they were healed.