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Chandrashekhar Venkataraman made India famous in the world of science
Chandrashekhar Venkataraman made India famous in the world of science

Chandrashekhar Venkataraman, CV Raman, was a scientist whose theory in his name is still known all over the world as the Raman effect. CV Raman was born on this day i.e. 7th November 1888 at Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu. CV Raman passed away on 21 November 1970 in Bengaluru. He did many experiments in physics. Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930 for his experiments on the dispersal of light. Today we are telling you about his birthday some special things about him...

First Indian to win Nobel in Science: CV Raman was the first Indian to win a Nobel in science. Raman was confident that he would get the Nobel Prize. So four days before the Nobel Prizes were announced, he was preparing to go to Sweden. Raman is said to be the scientist whose discovery makes us know how light is scattered.

National Science Day celebrated on discovery: The day of the discovery of CV Raman is celebrated as National Science Day in India. In fact, the Raman Effect was discovered on February 28, 1928, and it is on this day that National Science Day is celebrated. Raman was a scientist who made India famous all over the world in the field of science.

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