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India’s contribution to the world

Takshashila, also known as Taxila, flourished from 600 BC to 500 AD, in the kingdom of Gandhar. 68 subjects were taught at this university, which once had 10,500 students from various places including Babylon, Greece, Syria, and China. Experienced masters such as Kautilya and Vishnu Sharma taught the vedas, languages, grammar, philosophy, medicine, surgery, politics, complex mathematical calculations and other intense subjects. This full-fledged university stood strong until destroyed by invaders.

India's significant contributions to the world

From health to education, and from performing arts to technology, India’s contribution to the world has been immense. The world has many reasons to thank India for.

Here’s reminding ourselves of the diverse factors for which we should be proud of our nation:

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