Incredible India !


I love India ! I love my country ! However it is, whatever it is, it’s my home. The land of Djinns, snake charmers and black magic. The land of beauty, culture and diversity. The land of kings, queens and palaces.

Here are some awesome inventions done by india:

Chess : chess also known as Chaturanga was invented in India during Gupta empire in the 6th century

Kabaddi: The game of kabaddi originated in India during prehistory. …

Ludo: Pachisi originated in India by the 6th century. …


Snakes and ladders: Snakes and ladders originated in India as a game based on morality.


Zero :The number system was invented in India. Aryabhatta invented Zero


University :India established world’s first university in Takshila in 700BC. Nalanda University was established in 4th century BC


Maths :Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry and Calculus originated from India Source:

Language :Most of the European languages are originated from SanskritSource.



Medicine :Ayurveda, one of the oldest school of medicines was invented in India

Binary number : It’s a system used in computers and digital devices was invented in India


Pi :The value of ‘pi’ was first discovered in India by Budhayana. He also explained the concept of what is known as the Pythagorean Theorem in the 6th century, ages before the European Mathematicians


24/7 :Bhaskaracharya calculated the time taken by the earth to orbit the sun in the 5th century, many years before the astronomer Smart


Radio :USA based IEEE has proved that wireless communication was first invented by an Indian scientist Professor Jagdish Chandra Bose


Astronomy : It originated in India. The earliest references to astronomy are found in the Rig Veda, which are dated 2000 BC. During next 2500 years, by 500 AD, ancient Indian astronomy has emerged as an important part of Indian studies and its affect is also seen in several treatises of that period.

Surgery :Sushruta is known as the father of surgery. Over 2,600 years ago, Sushruta along with his team conducted complicated surgeries like cataract, artificial limbs, cesareans, fractures, urinary stones. He even conducted brain surgeries and plastic surgery. He and his team conducted more than 3,000 surgeries with help of more than 120 surgical tools


Buddhism and Jainism :Buddhism and Jainism are two branches of the śramaṇa tradition that still exist today. Mahavira and Gautama Buddha were contemporaries.

Civilisation:Called as Indus Valley Civilization, Indians established Harappan culture as one of first civilizations of the world.Harappa is an archaeological site in Punjab, Pakistan, about 24 km west of Sahiwal. The site takes its name from a modern village located near the former course of the Ravi River. The current village of Harappa is 6 km from the ancient site.

Yoga : Itwas invented in India. This umbrella term yoga which includes religion, philosophy, and practices. It is one of the six Hindu philosophy schools, it explains and emphasizes the physical practices or disciplines.


Buttons : They were discovered in the Indus Valley Civilization almost 5000 years ago

Ruler(scale) :Ruler was invented during the reigns of Indus Valley Civilizations. Rulers were made of ivory those days


Globe : India is one of the first countries to have made globes, a model of earth, called ‘Goladipika’


Shampoo was invented in India during British Raj. Those days, hair dressers use to boil soap and others herbs to give shine and fragnance to hair. The word Shampoo has derived from a Hindi word ‘Champo,’ which means to press or soothe.

Flush Toilets were first used in the Indus Valley Civilization. The townships of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro had flush toilet systems in all the houses connected to sewage system


India was one of first countries to use Ink for writing. It is believed that many Indian scripts including epics Ramayana and Mahabharata was written using ink made of plant extracts


I am proud to be an Indian. I won’t choose to see what it lacks, I have chosen to look at what it has achieved. It has one a long way, and it will be progressing further still.

Incredible India ! 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

51 thoughts on “Incredible India !

    1. Thank You so much, dear, for liking this post and my country. Britain sure gave India some valuable gifts that are still cherished. I hope to visit your homeland someday, have seen and read a lot of good things about it.

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  1. Wow wow wow so much I did not know. Thank you for sharing this fascinating information. For me, it is especially interesting to think that European languages had these origins!

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    1. WOW ! Such a great comment compliment in such a nice comment. Thank You so much dear, glad that you found them fascinating. Yes, many words are originated from Sanskrit, in Latin too, I chose to give just few examples. Jai Ho ! 🇮🇳

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    1. Thank you dear for loving my country. You can love India even from afar, you can love it even if you have it in your heart and not in your blood. And if you feel so, then sure look into your lineage to find out. I too hope we can preserve India’s values and culture, westernisation is sure working its way, but still, we are taking all measures to stay original. Jai Ho ! 🇮🇳

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    1. Oh wow ! Coming back after 15 long years. Welcome back dear. Hope you have a good time hear and see lots on incredibly good changes in your homeland. But yes, india’s population keeps increasing constantly, do not just Shimla but every other city is over crowded. But yet, people here make do, as there is lots of room in heart if not in home. Thank you for reading and commenting dear, do visit us again. Keep Smiling ❄️🙏🌹😊


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