Top 6 (Six) Great Indian scientist and Thier inventions- Indiatecinfo

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C. V. Raman
The birth of C. V. Raman was born on November 7, 1888, in Tiruchirapalli. The Raman came to Visakhapatnam city at a young age and passed his matriculation test at the age of 11. They own the F. A. The exam (equivalent to today's intermediate exam) was passed with a scholarship at the age of 13 years.

He was the first Asian and first non-white person who was selected to receive a Nobel Prize in any area of science. In 1954, it awarded India's highest civilian honor India gemstone. He won the Nobel Prize in 1930 for his Aavishkar "Raman effect".

Raman also worked on the acoustics of the musical instrument. He was the first person to examine the harmonic nature of Indian instrumentals like Tabla and Mrdangam.
Raman believed that there should be no qualms or fears in asking us questions
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Homi Jehangir Bhabha
Born on October 1909 in Mumbai, Homi Jahangir Bhabha has played an important role in the quantum theory (jointly theory). Bhabha is also noted as a father of Indian atomic energy. In addition, he is credited with devising a focus on creating energy from vast thorium stores in the country instead of a meager uranium stock.
He was the first person to become the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission of India. He has been instrumental in the country's scientific advancement in India by establishing scientific institutes such as Bhabha Atomic Research Institute (Bhabha Atomic Research/institute) and Tata Infrastructure Research Institute (Tata/Institute of Fundamental).
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M. Visvesvaraya

In 1955, India's highest civilian honor was M Visvesvarya, an Indian engineer, scholar, and an adept politician. King George V gave him a Knight Commander of the British Indian Empire (Knight as Kacie) for his contribution to the public's wellbeing. From 1918 to 1912, he was also a Mysore addict.

His two inventions are famous-' Automatic sluice Gates and Block irrigation System ', they are still considered to be a miracle in the field of engineering. Since the show beds were costly, he discovered an effective way of filtering water through the ' Collector ' Wales in 1895 which was rarely seen elsewhere in the world.
He designed a flood security system for the city of Hyderabad so that he had distinguished respect for them. His birthday is celebrated on September 15 as an engineer's Day in India in his memory.

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Srinivasa Ramanujan
Srinivas Ramanujan did not take nearly any formal training in mathematics but contributed exceptionally to the field of mathematical analysis, number theory, and infinite range. Ramanujan initially developed his own mathematical research and was soon recognized by the Indian mathematicians.
During his short lifespan, Ramanujan has achieved about 3,900 results in independents, almost all his claims were true. Ramanujan has inspired further research from his original and highly unconventional results, such as the Ramanuja Prime and Ramanujan theta function.

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Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
The American astrophysicist scientist of Indian descent, Professor Chandrasekhar was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1983 for his studies on the structure and important processes of developing stars. He had shared it with William A. Flower.
Chandrasekhar studied the development of stars through mathematics, through which the current theoretical models of large-scale stars and black holes were created. Chandrasekhar's border name is placed in his name.

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Jagadish Chandra Bose
On November 30, 1858, Jagdish Chandra Bose, born in Bikrampur, West Bengal, was rich in versatility. They were a bahushrut (Polymath), physicist (physicist), biologist (biologist), botanist (botanist) and archeologist (archaeologist). He laid the foundations of radio and microwave optics in India. He contributed significantly to the study of the plants and started the experimental science in the Indian sub-continent.
It was the first person who demonstrated wireless communication using Semiconductor junctions to detect radio signals for the first time. They have been known as open technology fathers because they made their inventions and actions freely available to others. His reluctance to Mykonian a patent for his work.
One of his famous Develops crescograph (Crescograph) through which various stimuli measured the reaction of the plants and establish the assumption that the p
lant can feel the pain and understand the affection.

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