Who is the father of different regions in the world

Father of Various fields

♦️Father of the Nation ⟶  Mahatma Gandhi

♦️Father of Modern India ⟶ Raja Ram Mohan Roy 

♦️Father of Linguistic Democracy ⟶ Potti Sreeramulu 

♦️Father of Constitution ⟶ B.R Ambedkar

♦️Father of Modern Economics ⟶ Mahadev Govind Ranade

♦️Father of Modern Economic Reforms ⟶ Manmohan Singh 

♦️Father of Nuclear/Atomic Program ⟶ Homi J. Bhabha 

♦️Father of Space Program ⟶  Vikram Sarabhai

♦️Father of Missile Program ⟶  A. P. J. Abdul Kalam 

♦️Father of Comic Books ⟶ Anant Pai 

♦️Father of Geography ⟶ James Rennell

♦️Father of Cinema ⟶   Dadasaheb Phalke 

♦️Father of Peasant Movement ⟶  N. G. Ranga

♦️Father of Paleobotany ⟶ Birbal Sahni

♦️Father of Blue Revolution ⟶  Hiralal Chaudhari 

♦️Father of Green Revolution ⟶  M. S. Swaminathan 

♦️Father of White Revolution ⟶  Verghese Kurien 

♦️Father of Veterinary Science ⟶ Shalihotra 

♦️Father of Civil Aviation ⟶ J. R. D. Tata

♦️Father of Air Force ⟶ Subroto Mukerjee 

♦️Father of Civil Engineering ⟶ Sir Mokshagundam Vishweshvaraiah 

♦️Father of Surgery ⟶Sushruta 

♦️Father of Microbiology ⟶ Antonie Philips Van Leeuwenhoek

♦️Father of Modern Astronomy ⟶ Nicolaus Copernicus

♦️Father of Nuclear Physics⟶  Ernest Rutherford

♦️Father of Computer Science ⟶ George Boole and Alan Turing

♦️Father of Classification ⟶ Carl Linnaeus

♦️Father of Evolution ⟶ Charles Darwin

♦️Father of modern Olympic ⟶  Pierre De Coubertin

♦️Father of Numbers ⟶  Pythagoras

♦️Father of Genetics ⟶ Gregor Mendel

♦️Father of Internet ⟶ Vint Cerf

♦️Father of Botany ⟶  Theophrastus

♦️Father of Electricity ⟶   Benjamin Franklin

♦️Father of Electronics ⟶  Michael Faraday

♦️Father of Television ⟶   Philo Farnsworth

♦️Father of Nuclear Chemistry ⟶  Otto Hahn

♦️Father of Periodic Table ⟶   Dmitri Mendeleev

♦️Father of Geometry ⟶  Euclid

♦️Father of Ayurveda ⟶   Dhanwantari

♦️Father of Modern Medicine ⟶   Hippocrates

♦️Father of Computer ⟶  Charles Babbage

♦️Father of Astronomy ⟶   Copernicus

♦️Father of Economics ⟶  Adam Smith

♦️Father of Biology ⟶  Aristotle

♦️Father of History ⟶  Herodotus

♦️Father of Homeopathy⟶   Heinemann

♦️Father of Zoology ⟶  Aristotle

♦️Father of Blood groups ⟶  Landsteiner

♦️Father of Blood Circulation ⟶  William Harvey

♦️Father of Bacteriology ⟶  Louis Paster

If it was believed at one time that Dravidians were the original residents of India, that view has since been considerably modified. Now the generally accepted belief is that the pre-Dravidian aborigines, that is, the ancestors of the present tribals or Adivasis (Scheduled Tribes), were the original residents.
The Arya was central Asian steppe pastoralists who arrived in India between roughly 2000 BCE and 1500 BCE and brought Indo-European languages ​​to the subcontinent.
At its height, the Indus civilization extended over half a million square miles across the Indus river valley, and though it existed at the same time as the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Sumer, it far outlasted them. The first group to invade India were the Aryans, who came out of the north in about 1500 BC.
The Indo-Aryan peoples (or Indic peoples) are a diverse collection of ethnolinguistic groups speaking Indo-Aryan languages, a subgroup of the Indo-European language family. Indo-Aryan peoples are native to the northern Indian subcontinent and presently found all across South Asia, where they form the majority.

The Mughals ruled over a population in India that was two-thirds Hindu, and the earlier spiritual teachings of the Vedic tradition remained influential in Indian values and philosophy. The early Mughal empire was a tolerant place. Unlike the preceding civilizations, the Mughals controlled a vast area of India.

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