Category: Ancient Science & Technology
This section will present the inventions, scientific discoveries and contributions of ancient India.
Ancient India’s Inventions in Science and Technology
World's Best brains like Elbert Einstien, Frederich Von Schlegal, Julius R Oppenheimer among others admit and acknowledge Ancient India's contribution to science and technology.
The Science behind Indians eat with their hands
India is full of mystery and ancient traditions which is still followed by larger part of the population. Let’s not neglect the fact that other part of population influenced heavily by the western culture to cope up with the current...
The Musical Pillars Of The Vittala Temple in Hampi
One of the notable features of the Vittala Temple is the musical pillars. When hit with sandalwood sticks, they produced rhythmic sounds close to the Saregama.
How Aryabhata got the earth’s circumference right
How did Aryabhata compute the earth’s circumference so accurately (less than 1% error) nearly a thousand years ago?
30 mind-boggling images of the Kailasa Temple that prove ancient Indian had advanced technology
The enigmatic Kailasa Temple at the Ellora Caves in Maharashtra, India has fascinated researchers and tourists for centuries. It is a breathtaking construction that points out that thousands of years ago, ancient cultures were far more advanced than what mainstream...
The Science Behind OM Mantra
The frequency of Om is exactly the same as the frequency of earth’s rotation around its own axis. So, in some sense, earth is saying Om.
Astronomical Instruments of Bhaskaracharya
In India people had started the use of the astronomical instruments before 1000 BC. During this period one of the prominent books Surya Siddhanta was written for astronomical calculations. The content of this book is available but its author is not...
Ghatika Yantra – The Ancient Indian Water Clock
In Ancient India religious practices and beliefs often lead to particular discoveries or inventions. In all the religions that took their birth in India, use to follow some particular times of the day to perform their religious rituals at particular times...
Ancient Indian units of length measurement
An exact value of the unit of length measurement, used in Indus Valley Civilization, has been determined from the precise scale discovered by Ernest Mackay in the 1930-31 season excavation at Mohenjo-daro, and further correlated with the present day units...
Ship Building & Navigation in Ancient India
India has a rich maritime history dating back 5,000 years. The world’s first tidal dock is believed to have been built at Lothal around 2300 BCE during the Indus Valley Civilization, near the present day Mangrol harbour on the Gujarat...