C V Raman Archive

ANNA MANI: A Great Women Meteorologist of India

India has always been a land rich in culture, traditions, customs, religions etc. It is a land with unity in diversity. This diverse nation is also famous worldwide for the vast knowledge in all the fields that India has. Not only in art, has architecture and literature, India had people who are brainiac in the fields of mathematics, science, astrology, cosmology etc. India is mostly a male dominated society where the male members are considered as head of everything whereas females were expected to get married and take care of the home. Since ancient times, scientists like Varahamihira, Aryabhatta, etc.

HARISH CHANDRA and His Love For Mathematics

The word mathematics is like a dangerous monster for some people. Many of the students who consider mathematics as their enemy would have thought that the subject mathematics should never have existed. But in this world of billions of population, there are many who not only love mathematics but take it up as their career. Harish Chandra was one among such people in the olden times who was a well-known mathematician. Not only did he like the subject mathematics, but also made significant contributions to the world of mathematics which is undoubtedly praiseworthy. Harish Chandra was born on 11th of

Things You Didn’t Know About Father Of Indian Space Program!

Our space is filled with innumerable mysteries. Universe is an unexplored destination where a lot more is to be found and researched. The scientists of our planet have never given up on space. Every time they come up with new theories and fact about the universe. Indian scientists are no less. There are a lot of brilliant Indian minds who have worked a lot over science and space. Vikram Sarabhai was one among such famous and eminent personalities who had a keen interest in astronomy and space. Honoured with the title of The Father of Indian Space Research, Vikram Sarabhai

Do You Know Which Is The Greatest Discoveries Of Sir C V Raman?

Among a handful of Indian scientists who are known throughout the world for their great contributions to mankind, Sir C V Raman’s name comes first. Born as Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman on 7th November 1888 in Thiruvanaikoil of Madras province, Sir C V Raman later on became the first Indian to win a noble prize for physics. His revolutionary discovery in the field of light scattering earned him this recognition in 1930. He was also honored with the Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award in 1954. EDUCATION and CAREER- Raman finished his early education in vishakapattanam and Madras. He studied