Photosynthesis : From the Mahabharata

Proud to be from Bharat/ India. Land of innovations which is now turned opposite but hope is there to get back to its original level.


Photosynthesis :
From the Mahabharata
Vana Parva, Section 3

Yudhishthira, the son of Kunti, approached his priest and in the midst of his brothers said:

The Brahmanas versed in the Vedas are following me who am departing for the forest. Afflicted with many calamities I am unable to support them. I cannot abandon them, nor have I the power to offer them sustenance. Tell me, O holy one, what should be done by me in such a pass?

After reflecting for a moment seeking to find out the (proper) course by his Yoga powers, Dhaumya, that foremost of all virtuous men, addressed Yudhishthira in these words:

In days of old, all living beings that had been created were sorely afflicted with hunger. And like a father (unto all of them), Surya (the sun) took compassion upon them. And going first into the northern declension, the sun drew up water by…

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11 Indian discovery for World


India had been land of innovation in Ancient era from starting from vedas>millions years ago, to many modern science.India’s achievments

1.Intel Pentium Chip and USB

Vinod Dham known as the father of the Pentium chip invented the first Intel Pentium chip. Universal Serial Bus (USB) technology also invented by an Indian, Ajay Bhatt.

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2.Wireless communications/Radio

Sir Jagdish Chandra bose was the inventor of the first radio waves for wireless communication in 1895.Achievements of Sir J. C. Bose in the field of communication

Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose was original inventor of Radio

  • Sir J. C. Bose invented the Mercury Coherer (together with the telephone receiver) used by Guglielmo Marconi to receive the radio signal in his first transatlantic radio communication over a distance of 2000 miles from Poldhu, UK to  Newfoundland, St. Johns in December 1901. Guglielmo Marconi was celebrated worldwide for this achievement, but…

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