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Indias contribution to the world
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  • 1. India’scontributionto the rest ofthe world…
  • 2. “India is the cradle of the human race, thebirthplace of human speech, the motherof history, the grandmother oflegend, and the great grand mother oftradition. Our most valuable and mostconstructive materials in the history ofman are treasured up in India only” Mark Twain
  • 3. "India was the motherland of our race and Sanskrit the mother ofEuropes languages.India was the mother of our philosophy, of much of ourmathematics, of the ideals embodied in Christianity... ofself‐government and democracy.In many ways, Mother India is the mother of us all.“ Will Durant American Historian 1885‐1981
  • 4. “If there is one place on the face of this Earth where all the dreams ofliving men have found a home from the very earliest days when Manbegan the dream of existence, it is India.“ Romain Rolland ‐ French Philosopher 1886‐1944
  • 5. “We owe a lot tothe Indians, whotaught us how tocount, withoutwhich noworthwhilescientific discoverycould have beenmade” Albert Einstein
  • 6. “India conquered anddominated China culturally for20 centuries without everhaving to send a single soldieracross her border.” Hu Shih, former Ambassador of China to USA
  • 7. “Many of the advances in the sciences that we consider today tohave been made in Europe were in fact made in India centuries ago” Grant Duff British Historian of India
  • 8. India never invaded any country in her last 10,000 years of history.
  • 9. India invented the Number System. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta.
  • 10. The place value system, the decimalsystem was developed in India in 100 BC.
  • 11. This method ofgraduated calculationwas documented in thePancha‐Siddhantika (FivePrinciples) in the 5thCentury. But thetechnique is said to bedating from Vedic timescirca 2000 B.C.
  • 12. The value of pi was first calculated by Budhayana, &he explained the concept of what is now known asthe Pythagorean Theorem British scholars have last year (1999) officially published that Budhayans works date back to the 6th Century, which is long before the European mathematicians
  • 13. Algebra, Trigonometry & Calculuscame from India.
  • 14. Quadratic equations were bySridharacharya in the 11th Century
  • 15. The largest numbers the Greeks and theRomans used were 10**6 (10 to thepower of 6) whereas Hindus usednumbers as big as 10**53 (10 to thepower of 53) with specific names as earlyas 5000 BC during the Vedic period.Even today, the largest used number isTera 10**12 (10 to the power of 12)
  • 16. The Worlds first university was established in Takshila in 700BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects.The University of Nalandabuilt in the 4th century BCwas one of the greatestachievements of ancientIndia in the field ofeducation.
  • 17. Sanskrit is themother of allthe Europeanlanguages.Sanskrit is themost suitablelanguage forcomputersoftwarereported inForbesmagazine,July 1987.
  • 18. According to the Forbesmagazine, Sanskrit is the most suitablelanguage for computer software
  • 19. Bhaskaracharya calculated the time taken bythe earth to orbit the sun hundreds of yearsbefore the astronomer Smart. Time taken by earth to orbit the sun: (5th century) 365.258756484 days
  • 20. Ayurveda is theearliest school ofmedicine known tohumans.Charaka, the father ofmedicine consolidatedAyurveda 2500 yearsago. Today Ayurveda is fast regaining its rightful place in our civilization.
  • 21. The art of Navigationwas born in the riverSindh 6000 years ago.The very word Navigation is derived fromthe Sanskrit word NAVGATIH. The word navy is also derived from Sanskrit Nou.
  • 22. According to theGemologicalInstitute ofAmerica, up until1896, India was theonly source fordiamonds to theworld.
  • 23. Chess (Shataranja orAshtaPada) was inventedin India
  • 24. Sushruta is the father of surgery.2600 years ago he and health scientists of his time conductedcomplicated surgeries like cesareans, cataract, artificiallimbs, fractures, urinary stones and even plastic surgery andbrain surgery.Usage of anesthesia was well known in ancient India.
  • 25. Over 125 surgical equipment were used Deep knowledge ofanatomy, physiology, etiology, embryology, digestion, metabolism, genetics and immunity is also found in many texts
  • 26. The earliest reservoir and dam for irrigation was built in Saurashtra
  • 27. When many cultureswere only nomadicforest dwellers over5000 yearsago, Indiansestablished Harappanculture in SindhuValley (Indus ValleyCivilization)
  • 28. Want to know more???
  • 29. Indias Contribution toProduction Technology and Mechanical Engineering
  • 30. In ancient times, commodities like sugar, palm oil, coconut oil, cotton cloth, clarifiedbutter, cast iron, tin sheets, copper vessels, dyes and pigments like cinnabar(ochre), indigo and lac, perfumes like sandalwood oil, musktamarind, costus, macir, camphor, and even crude glass crockery were being exportedfrom India
  • 31. The earliest recorded use of copperware in India has been around 3000 B.C. The findings at Mohen‐jo‐daro and Harappa, bear this out.The earliest documented observation of smelling of metals in India is by Greek Historians in the 4th Century B.C.
  • 32. Indias Contribution to Astronomy
  • 33. "In India I found a race of mortals living upon the Earth. Butnot adhering to it. Inhabiting cities, but not being fixed tothem, possessing everything but possessed by nothing". -Apollonius Tyanaeus Greek Thinker and Traveller 1st Century AD
  • 34. In India the first references to astronomy are to be found in the Rig Veda which is dated around 2000 B.C. The Calculation of Eclipses And The Earths Circumference The Heliocentric Theory of Gravitation
  • 35. This fascmile is from thePanchasiddhantika (FivePrinciples) dated around the5th century. This textgraphically shows howeclipses are to be calculated.Thus this text foreshadows whatWestern Astronomers propoundednearly one thousand years later!
  • 36. Indias Contribution to Physics & Chemistry
  • 37. “Ancient Indian theories lacked an empiricalbase, but they were brilliant imaginativeexplanations of the physical structure of theworld, and in a large measure, agreed with thediscoveries of modern physics” A.L. Basham, Australian Indologist
  • 38. The Five BasicPhysical Elements
  • 39. Anu & ParmanuIndian Ideason Atomic Physics
  • 40. Indias Contribution to Medical Science
  • 41. "In the great teaching of the Vedas, there is notouch of sectarianism. It is of all ages, climes andnationalities and is the royal road for the attinmentof the Great Knowledge“ Thoreau, American Thinker
  • 42. SHASTRAKARMA THE ART OF SURGERY AYURVEDATHE SCIENCE OF LONGEVITY
  • 43. YOGA ‐ HEALTH OF THE BODY AND MIND
  • 44. "If I am asked which nation had been advanced inthe ancient world in respect of education andculture then I would say it was – India” Max Muller, German Indologist
  • 45. MUSIC PAINTINGLINGUISTICS DANCE THEATRE
  • 46. Sports & Games In Ancient India
  • 47. Chess, Snakes and Ladders, Playing Cards, Polo, the martial arts of Judo and Karate
  • 48. Indias Contribution to Philosophy
  • 49. "In religion, India is the only millionaire.... The Oneland that all men desire to see and having seenonce, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpsefor all the shows of all the rest of the globecombined". Mark Twain, American Author 1835‐1910
  • 50. MEDITATION AND RENUNCIATIONRELIGIOUS TOLERANCE AHIMSA ‐ NON VIOLENCE
  • 51. CURRENT INFORMATION:
  • 52. • There are 3.22 Million Indians in America• 38% of Doctors in America are Indians• 12% of Scientists in America are Indians• 36% of NASA employees are Indians• 34% of MICROSOFT employees are Indians• 28% of IBM employees are Indians• 17% of INTEL employees are Indians• 13% of XEROX employees are Indians
  • 53.  First democracy to elect a woman Prime Minister. India is the 7th nuclear power in the world India is the 5th largest economy in the world India is the largest democracy in the world India has the 2nd largest population in the world(could be a bad point) India is the 4th nation in the world to have developed/or developing a nuclear submarine India is the 5th nation in the world to be in the multi billion dollar space commerce business. India is the 4th nation in the world to develop(or nearly to) ICBMs(can travel up to 14,000km) India is the 3rd nation in the world, to be able to develop land based and sea based cruise missiles
  • 54. SUMMING UP
  • 55. Human excellence depends on development of culture Worlds first culture (Yajurveda 7/14: Sa Prathama Sanskriti Vishwara) Many small civilizations were formed but were confined to small regions. Only Indian culture can be called as first world culture.Indian Culture = Human Culture Culture that focuses on inculcating human values in a man.
  • 56. Unique features of Indian Culture1. Freedom of thought Every thought is allowed to develop freely. Theist & Atheist Vedanta speaks of soul as image of the Supreme Everyone is free to imagine and accept Gods form according to ones beliefs. Every thought school is part & parcel of Indian Culture. A garden has variety of flowers and plants. These differences increase the beauty of the garden.
  • 57. Unique features of Indian Culture2. Theory of Karmaphal - Rebirth3. Idealistic families4. Abundance of saints & reformers.5. Division of society order (basedon personal choice,interest, capabilities) & personal lifefor personal development,for development of society
  • 58. It is already becoming clearer that a chapter whichhas a western beginning will have to have an Indianending if it is not to end in the self-destruction of thehuman race... At this supremely dangerous momentin history the only way of salvation for mankind isthe Indian Way“ Dr. Arnold Toynbee British Historian 1889-1975
  • 59. Mera Bharat MahanPrepared by : Gayatri Parivar Youth Group, Bangalore Based on the works of Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya “Vishwa ko Bharat ke ajastra anudaan” http://www.awgp.org http://bangalore.awgp.org

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