6. Zero Symbol
The Hindu academic Aryabhatta, who was a great mathematician and an ace astronomer, contributed towards the invention of ‘0’ in ‘Aryabhatta’s Bhakshali’ manuscript and thus zero came into existence. We can’t do mathematics without ‘0’ as it plays a crucial role in arithmetic.
7. Space Travelling
Forget Wright Brothers. It is Saint Bharadwaj who invented equipment that could vanish an airplane through his Vayushastras. He had also revealed the secrets of traveling from one planet to the other. He had given operation of ancient vimanas, information on steering, precautions for long flights, protection of the airships from storms and lightning, and how to switch the drive to solar energy, or some other “free energy” source in his book Vymaanika-Shaastra, a fourth century BC.
8. Atomic Theory
Atomic theory was actually formulated by an Indian sage and philosopher known as Acharya Kanad. Acharya Kanad was born in 600 BC in Prabhas Kshetra (near Dwaraka) in Gujarat, India. His real name was Kashyap. It was Kanada who originated the idea that anu (atom) was an indestructible particle of matter.
9. Fibonacci Series
This sequence was first described by Brahmagupta, Virahanka, Gopāla, and Hemachandra as an outgrowth of the earlier writings on Sanskrit prosody by Pingala.
High-quality steel was produced almost two thousand years before it was understood by the West. One of the most remarkable feats in metallurgy is creating a seamless celestial globe which was invented in Kashmir. It was earlier considered impossible to create a metal globe without seams.
Few more different inventions made by Indians which we have seen in Seven Inventions we don’t know were made by Indians. Proud to be an Indian.