Did the Indians invent all this?

Did the Indians invent all this? India is a vast land of talented and creative people from diverse backgrounds, there are many wonderful things that India has introduced to the world, let’s take a look at 10 of them.

The Zero :

Zero has no effect, but without zero there is no binary system, no computers, no value Zero was invented by Aryabhata, who was gifted in mathematics and astronomy, Indians were the first to use hero as a symbol for mathematical operations like addition, subtraction

The USB :

Once upon a time, CDs, DVDs, etc. were used to store and transfer data, but only a limited amount of data could be stored and transferred. USB flash drives, after coming, can store and transfer large amounts of data. A small number of USB flash drives are available, the Universal-Serial-Bus technology, abbreviated as USB, was invented by an Indian named Ajay bat, a renowned computer architect.

Wireless Communication :

Communication One invention that revolutionized telecommunications was wireless communication, although historians credit the Italian scientist Marconi with the invention of wireless communication, it was an Indian named Sir Jagadis Chandra Bose who, before Marconi, was the first to publicly demonstrate the use of radio waves in 1895. Jagadis Chandra Bose spent two years Later Marconi performed his demo on the use of radio waves, and Sir Jagadis Chandra Bose was the first to pave the way for us to communicate with each other without wires, cables, electric conductors, anything.

Intel Pentium :

When Intel Pentium became world famous, the Pentium chip, widely used in computers, was developed by Vinodhat from India, who is called the father of the Pentium chip for his contribution to Intel’s microprocessor development.

Buttons :

Buttons, which are a mandatory part of clothes all over the world today, first appeared in India, about 5 thousand years ago people from the Indus Valley Civilization cut the shell of sea oysters into small circles and made small holes in them to use as a decorative ornament, then people gradually started using them as buttons to fasten clothes.

Shampoo :

Today, shampoo has become an essential item in the bathrooms of people all over the world. It was the Indians who first introduced this shampoo to the world. In the 1760s, people living in the eastern part of the Mughal Empire used herbs and natural oils to massage their heads before taking a bath. This massage is called Sambu in Hindi, and then During the British era, the word sambo entered the English language as Maruvi shampoo.


Fiber optic is a technology that uses light particles to transmit information over long distances through glass or plastic fibers.This technology provides high-speed fiber optic internet phone and television services to homes and offices.Narender Singh Kappani, an Indian, pioneered the development of such application technology. He is known as Father of Fiber Optics for his contribution.

Board Games :

Chess, a game played by brainiacs, originated in India before the sixth century AD, and then the game spread from India to Persia, and when the Arabs conquered Persia, the game of chess became the main game of the Islamic world, and then spread to southern Europe. Similarly, the snake and ladder game was developed by an Indian sage named Gnaneswarar, the 13th century AD Paramapatha was initially used as a way of teaching justice to children through play.


Ayurveda is a natural medical system that originated in India about 3,000 years ago, and the main contributor to the Ayurveda system was Saraka, an ancient Indian physician. Ayurveda is now gaining popularity all over the world.


The Indians were the first to introduce to the world to remove cataracts in the eyes, in ancient India they removed the lens of the eyes of cataract patients with a curved wire and removed the cataracts covering the vision, then the eyes of the patients were washed in moderate temperature butter and bandaged continuously. The system of elimination spread to other countries as well.

By Karthik