10 Indian Stalwarts Who Are Often Referred As ‘Fathers In Respective Fields’

Mana ‘Father of The Nation’ evaru ani adagagane LKG Student nundi PG student varaku andaru takkuna cheppe answer Mahatma Gandhi ani. Assala Gandhi ni Father Of The Nation ga enduku coin chesaru…? Ane question ki pedda history eh undi. Short ga cheppali ante he led a freedom movement as a father figure. Oka individual ga untu entire nation ni tana footsteps lo nadichela chesadu…athanu chesina movement ki Britishers kuda venakki vellipoyaru.

Aithe ila FAther of The NAtion laage…mana country lo inkondaru Indian Stalwarts ni respective fields lo ‘Fathers’ ga coin chesaru. Aa stalwarts evaro vallani enduku ee fields lo Fathers ga coin chesaro once chuseddam.

List of 10 Indian Stalwarts Who Often Referred As ‘Fathers In Respective Fields’

1. Father Of The Nation – Mahatma Gandhi

For his tireless efforts in bringing freedom to India, Indians from the British. He chose a peace route to fight against Britishers and led a Non-Violence movement for years.

2. Father Of The Constitution/Father Of Modern India – Dr B.R. Ambedkar

Ambedkar The Architect Of Indian Constitution, who drafted one of the biggest Constitutions in the World. He played major in Set Republic India and India’s and he wrote many journals, advocating political rights and social freedom for Dalits.

3. Father Of Indian Cinema – Dadasaheb Phalke

Raja Harishchandra, was the first Indian movie released in 1913 directed by Dadasaheb Phalke. He is a pioneer in Indian Cinema, who made 95 feature-length films and 27 short films in his career, spanning 19 years, until 1937.

4. Father of Space Program – Vikram Sarabhai

Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai) was an Indian physicist and astronomer who initiated space research and helped develop nuclear power in India. He was the founder of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

5. Father Of Indian Nuclear Programme – Homi J. Bhabha

Bhabha, an Indian Physicist & Nuclear Scientist who established the Cosmic Ray Research Unit at the Institute, and independently conducted research on nuclear weapons in 1944. In 1945, he established the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Bombay, and the Atomic Energy Commission in 1948.

6. Father of Green Revolution – MS Swaminathan

MS improved the Indian farming system and introduced high-yielding varieties of wheat and rice production in India. Swaminathan led a mass movement with farmers and other scientists and backed by public policies, saved India, Pakistan from famine-like conditions in 1960.

7. Father Of Indian Navy – Chatrapathi Sivaji

Many Of us don’t know this one that Chatrapathi Sivaji is pioneer and first Indian ruler to establish a naval force. Sivaji realized the importance of having a secure coastline & protecting the western Konkan coastline from the attacks. Shivaji also built strong sea ports, ships in towns such as Kalyan, Bhiwandi, and Goa for building fighting navy as well as trade.

8. Father Of Missile – APJ Abdul Kalam

The legend who changed the face of Indian Space & Air Fore System with his unparalleled contributions in making Missiles, Satellites for India, and directed many Nuclear Tests. In his term India saw many changes and reached new heights in the Space and Air Force category. Kalam also served as President of India.

9. Father of Civil Engineering – Sri MokshagundamVishweshwaraiah

Mokshagundam Vishweshwaraiah The Telugu Pride Who was instrumental in developing many irrigation bridges, roads across the Nation. His birthday is observed as Engineer’s Day In India on September 15th.

10. Father Of Indian Air Force – Subroto Mukherjee

Subroto changed the face of the Indian Air Force After Britisher flew from our country. Subroto had many firsts to his credit, the first Indian to command a flight, in 1938; the first Indian to command a squadron, in 1939; the first to command a station, in 1943; and finally, the first Indian to command the Service itself, in 1954.

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