Google Doodle Celebrated Jagdish Chandra Bose 158th Birthday

Google India is today celebrating 158th birthday of one of the most renowned and prominent Indian scholar and scientist Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose. Google has dedicated today's Doodle for this unsung hero who have experimented a lot on behavior of animals and plants. It is Jagdish Chandra Bose who has shown to the world about sensitivity that plants can feel. He through several experiments demonstrated the world that plants can very well react to sensations in term of heat, cold, light, dark and almost all other things that a human body can feel. As virtue of his experiments, people came to know that there are many similarities between normal behaviors of a plant and human being.




Google India Doodle for Jagdish Chandra Bose 158th Birthday


Check out the Google Doodle today (below image for reference):

Google Doodle for Jagdish Chandra Bose 158th Birthday
Google Doodle for Jagdish Chandra Bose 158th Birthday

It feels good to see Google celebrating birthdays of such scholars and unsung heroes. Jagdish Chandra was an inspiration and a living legend himself. He has inspired and motivated masses to peruse and believing their dreams.


Jagdish Chandra Bose Life Facts, Contributions


Life of Sir Jagdish Chndra was really an inspiring one, He was born on November 30, 1858 in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Learning Bangladeshi language somewhere triggered the hidden spark in him which eventually helped him becoming a champ/master in his field. It was his father who wanted him to gather some knowledge about mother tongue before become proficient in English. Local stories about plants, animals in Bangladeshi inspired Jagdish Chandra Bose to carry his search forward towards realizing the real sensation/feels that plants/animals can go through.




You will be surprised to know that he was often not allowed to enter various labs in University of Calcutta, even after the fact that he was serving their as Professor of Physics., Despite of all the hardships he finally managed to complete his dreams and pursue a carrier that he had always dream of.

Jagdish Chandra Bose Real Pic
Jagdish Chandra Bose Real Pic

He was the one who promote the concept that plants too can feel and respond to various sensations that are usually felt by normal human beings. The levels he has/had went up to for demonstrating his beliefs were really amazing and fascinating at the same time.

A small crater on the moon is named behind Jagdish Chandra Bose. It is situated very near to Crater Bhabha and Crater Adler and is about 91 km in diameter.

Thanks Google for remembering a hero on his birthday. He was a master and has inspired many in his entire life span (even after his life).

Updates:

Bose at Bikrampur in 1915 once said that he had great impact of local stories of birds, animals and other creatures on his life style (work basically). As per him those stories that he heard of during his childhood has developed the required interest that has helped him researching and researching more towards these species.

Bose's father was a dynamic person who has always encouraged Bose to become a scholar and master in his art. Although he did not belong to a rich family but his father has always encouraged him with acquiring knowledge. At young age of 18, Bose left Bangladesh and went to Christ's College Cambridge to study natural science.

He had to face racial discrimination while he was in Kolkata (Calcutta). However it made him more strong (much easy to say now) towards revealing his dream and passion. Very often he was not allowed to use various labs, instruments. He carried various experiments in his 24 sq feet room itself. Hats off to such great man!

Bose is mainly known for his contributions towards botany. But very few will know about the fact that he has done tremendous work towards building modern radio and sonic technology. By seeing his contributions toward radio science, he was coveted as “father of radio science” by Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.


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