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Vanaras used Trees & Rocks, not floating Stones to build Bridge to Lanka
Nala, chief Vanara engineer of Sethu (Bridge) between Rameswaram and Lanka, used trees and rocks cut by machines, but not floating stones with name of Rama written on them. Valmiki Ramayana clearly mentions in Yuddha Kanda, 22nd Sarga about how Nala planned the construction of bridge…

Ancient Alarm Clock Invented by Plato (4th century BCE)
Ancient alarm clock used by the Egyptians was made by a greek engineer, physicist and mathematician Ctesibius (285–222 BCE) who lived in Alexandria, Ptolemaic Egypt. But, Plato (428–348 BCE), a greek philosopher constructed his own version of an alarm clock with vessels much ahead of Ctesibius.…

Qutub Minar was Dhruv Sthambh or Vishnu Dhwaj
Qutub Minar in Delhi was actually Dhruv Sthambh or Vishnu Dhwaj that existed even before the times of King Vikramaditya and had arabic scripts and motifs retro-installed by Qutb-ud-din Aibak between 1191 – 1210 AD, followed by his successors Iltutmish, Alauddin etc till 1315 AD. If…

Surgeries in Ancient India (6th Century BCE)
Susrutha performed surgeries on nose, ears, bladder, cataract, fistula, joints, haemorrhage more than 2600 ago with surgical instruments, but first known surgery performed on human body was mentioned in Rig-Veda (composed around 23720 BC), where a Prosthetic leg was attached to a queen’s leg, so that…

Shivkar Bapuji Talpade first flight MARUTSAKHA before Wright Brothers
Shivkar Bāpuji Talpade (1864–1916) and Subbarāya Shāstry were two Indian scientists, who have constructed and flown modern world’s first unmanned airplane in the year 1895 to a height of 1500 feet. Wright brothers did it in the year 1903 (8 years later) and got recognized as…

13500 Years old Tool making Site in Idaho Forest
Near a remote forest riverbank in northern Idaho, 13500 years old human occupation site was discovered by Archaeologists. Evidences found in test pits dug along the North Fork of the Clearwater River, includes a blade-like tool fashioned from a rock cobble and dozens of flakes left…