Considered the most complicated mathematician of all time, Apastamba Muni has written one of the texts in Sulbasutras. He was known as the Sutrakaara who collected sources and curated the Apastamba Kalpasutra. Introduction: Apastamba Muni
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Known as “Bharata the Saint” Indian art of philosophy had its beginning laid by Bharat the ancient sage who is also called Bharat Muni. We all have heard the name “Natyasastra” once in our lifetimes
Kātyāyana was considered to be an ancient Sanskrit author, grammatician, Vedic priest, and the last mathematician of the Vedic period. Also known as ‘Katyayana’ (कात ् यायन) was one of the major disciples of the
Considered as the creator of Sanskrit and also he was the one who introduced all the languages which we speak today. Let’s discuss about him.
In ancient India Maharishi Vagbhata, the physician was celebrated as the author for being the best in researches and in Ayurvedic field.
Jivaka the physician and surgeon was considered one the greatest scholars. Jivaka has been a healer for a lot of kings, Gautam Buddha
Maharshi Sushruta was known as the “father of Indian medicine” and the “father of surgery” because he wrote the earliest works on surgery and medicine in the world. During the 6th century BCE, Sushruta was
Homi Jehangir Bhabha was known for designing India’s Nuclear Program, but other than this contribution in the sphere of atomic energy he also established the two most great institutions, (TIFR) The Tata Institute of Fundamental
Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose CSI CIE FRS was known as an exceptional man who was a Botanist, Physicist, Biologist, Pioneer, and an early writer in Science fiction. He made an instrument, the Crescograph through which