India gives many more things to the world. So see some of the NEW INVENTIONS BY INDIA.
BASIC INVENTIONS BY INDIA FOR ALL WORLD
1.CLOTHING THE COTTON TEXTILES
The use of cotton textiles for clothing is a revolutionary India contribution to the world. The ancient Greeks used to wear animal skins and were not even aware of cotton.
Until the wars of Alexander the Great, during which they discovered and started using Indian garments, which essentially clothe all of us today.
After the British control over India the cotton jump in the industry at a high level.
Buttons were first used in Mohenjo-Daro for ornamental purposes rather than for fastening. They were first used in the Indus Valley Civilization by 2000 BCE.
5,000 years ago, they were made out of seashells and formed into geometric shapes with tiny holes bored into them. In the past, they were use for ornamental purposes, but gradually, people started to use them for fastening clothes.
3.The RADIO/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION ITS COME UNDER NEW INVENTIONS BY INDIA
We all know that Marconi received a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1909 for contributing to the development of wireless telegraphy.
Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was actually the first person who demonstrated the use of radio waves for communication publicly back in 1895, exactly two years before Marconi gave a similar demo in England.
Sir J. C. Bose holds the first patent worldwide to invent a solid-state diode detector to detect EM waves. The detector was built use a galena crystal. Bose has credited belatedly for his achievement.
The English word ‘shampoo’ derives its name from the Hindi word ‘chāmpo’, which comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Chapayati’, meaning massage or knead. It was initially use as a head massage oil for the Nawabs of Bengal during the Mughal Empire around 1762.
India discovers the diamond first and till 18th century India is the only source of diamonds. They have mined from there almost 5,000 years ago. Gradually, they were developed into precious stones as mentioned in various ancient India books.