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astalavistaa

lol. inkaa cunny gaadu anukunnaa

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Silverado
1 minute ago, astalavistaa said:

lol. inkaa cunny gaadu anukunnaa

Lollest

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xano917

2600 years ala unnindhi awesome... mari ippudu yenti ila undhi india ?

manaki LKG lo 1st rank vasthey saripothundha ? current class lo yentha rank vasthundhi ani alochinchali.

yenthasepu appatlo topu ani false satisfaction icchukuntaru desis, 

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Kool_SRG

Thats why see at some places hospitals on name of Sushruta...   

 

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ShruteSastry

Past glories, not enough.

 

Also, not sure how true is this. Because we all read in books.

May be someone made it up.

Just saying...lol..

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xano917
34 minutes ago, ShruteSastry said:

Past glories, not enough.

 

Also, not sure how true is this. Because we all read in books.

May be someone made it up.

Just saying...lol..

same peeling about past glories . Past glory is not making my life better

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dasari4kntr
3 hours ago, xano917 said:

2600 years ala unnindhi awesome... mari ippudu yenti ila undhi india ?

manaki LKG lo 1st rank vasthey saripothundha ? current class lo yentha rank vasthundhi ani alochinchali.

yenthasepu appatlo topu ani false satisfaction icchukuntaru desis, 

Deeni gurinchi gatam lo disco aindhi..

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xano917
1 minute ago, dasari4kntr said:

Deeni gurinchi gatam lo disco aindhi..

re-disco

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dasari4kntr
1 hour ago, ShruteSastry said:

Past glories, not enough.

 

Also, not sure how true is this. Because we all read in books.

May be someone made it up.

Just saying...lol..

its not made it up...

 

 

------ (the below is copied from one of my old blog post written 10 years back)-----

ACHARYA KANADA  (3000 B.C. to 1000 B.C ) who proposed first atomic theory 

An interesting story states that this theory occurred to him while he was walking with food in his hand. As he nibbled at the food in his hand, throwing away the small particles, it occurred to him that he could not divide the food into further parts and thus the idea of a matter which cannot be divided further came into existence. He called that indivisible matter as ' Anu ' .i.e. atom. Adherents of the school of philosophy founded by Kanada considered the atom to be indestructible, and hence eternal.

 

ACHARYA CHARAK (3rd to 2nd century BCE) - Acharya Charak has been crowned as the Father of Medicine. His renowned work, the "Charak Samhita", is considered as an encyclopedia of Ayurveda. 

 

ACHARYA SUSHRUTA (600 BCE)  - first plastic surgery A genius who has been glowingly recognized in the annals of medical science. Born to sage Vishwamitra, Acharya Sudhrut details the first ever surgery procedures in "Sushrut Samhita" a unique encyclopedia of surgery. He is venerated as the father of plastic surgery and the science of anesthesia. 

 

Baudhayana (800 BC - 740 BC)Baudhayana was the author of one of the earliest Sulbasutras (Algebra): documents containing some of the earliest Indian  mathematics. He belongs to the age of 800BC - 740BC.

 

Manava (750BC - 690 BC)Manava was the author of one of the Sulbasutras. Manava's Sulbasutra, like all the Sulbasutras, contained approximate constructions of circles from rectangles, and squares from circles, which can be thought of as giving approximate values of π. There appear therefore different values of π throughout the Sulbasutra, essentially every construction involving circles leads to a different such approximation. Manava's work which give π = 25/8 = 3.125.

 
Apastamba (600 BC - 540 BC) - Apastamba was the author of one of the most interesting of the Indian Sulbasutras from a mathematical point of view. He belongs to the age of 600BC.

The general linear equation was solved in the Apastamba's Sulbasutra. He also gives a remarkably accurate value for √2 namely

 

Panini (520 BC - 460 BC)Panini was a Sanskrit grammarian who gave a comprehensive and scientific theory of phonetics, phonology, and morphology. He belongs to the age of 520 BC. Panini was born in Shalatula, a town near to Attock on the Indus river in present day Pakistan.

Sanskrit was the classical literary language of the Indian Hindus and Panini is considered the founder of the language and literature. It is interesting to note that the word "Sanskrit" means "complete" or "perfect" and it was thought of as the divine language, or language of the gods.
 
Panini should be thought of as the forerunner of the modern formal language theory used to specify computer languages. The Backus Normal Form was discovered independently by John Backus in 1959, but Panini's notation is equivalent in its power to that of Backus and has many similar properties.
 
ARYABHATT (476 CE)
AryaBhatt was the first indian Mathematician and Astronomer. He belongs to the age of 476CE-550CE. He did the tremendous works in Mathematics and Astronomy. His works and achievements are given below.
His works in Mathematics
  • Place value system and zero
  • Pi as irrational
  • Mensuration and trigonometry
  • Indeterminate equations
  • Algebra
His works in Astronomy
  • Motions of the solar system
  • Eclipses
  • Sidereal periods
  • Heliocentrism

Varahamihira (505 CE- 587 CE)

Daivajna Varāhamihira is well known as Varaha, or  Mihira was an Indian astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer who lived in Ujjain. He belongs to the age of 505 CE – 587 CE. He wrote two books called "Pancha-Siddhantika" and "Brihat-Samhita".

"Pancha-Siddhantika" gives us information about older Indian texts which are now lost. This work mainly deals with the mathematical astronomy and it summarises five earlier astronomical treatises, namely the Surya Siddhanta, Romaka Siddhanta, Paulisa Siddhanta, Vasishtha Siddhanta and Paitamaha Siddhantas.
 
Brahmagupta (598CE - 668CE)
 
he wrote some important works on Mathematics and astronomy. Brahmasphutasiddhanta is the tremendes work written by him in the year 628 BC. This Brahmasphutasiddhanta contains some remarkable advanced ideas, including a good understanding of the mathematical role of zero, rules for manipulating both negative and positive numbers, a method of computing square root, methods of solving linear and some quadratic equations, and rules for summing series, Brahmagupta's Identity and the Brahmaguota's theorem.
 
Bhaskara I (600 CE - 680 CE) , NAGARJUNA (931 CE) , BHASKARACHARYA II (1114 CE - 1183 CE) ....etc

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LadiesTailor

aa maharshi books lo emanna corona ki mandu rasado kanukkondi bhayya... janala sachhipothunnaru...

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Warangalbidda

Columbia medical university valla website blog lo pettindi India did surgery 2600 years ago with advance tools needed for surgery..

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