v5 was name Einstein, to aspire to aspire to never stop asking questions.
Albert Einstein’s discoveries and theories are the foundations of many modern technologies like GPS or even TV! His world famous formula E=mc2 is the basis of nuclear power. His theory of relativity explains how gravity works. He won the 1922 Physics Nobel Prize for showing how sunlight produces electricity, known as the photoelectric effect. He also identified that light is made of photons. Although a genius, he was extremely humble as evidenced by his own words: “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”
Jan 23, 2019
v4 was named Dhyan Chand, to aspire to be the stuff of legends.
Major Dhyan Chand was one of India’s greatest hockey players in the world. According to legend, although born as Dhyan Singh, he was given the name "Chand" because he used to practice at night ("chand" in Hindi means moon). His superb ability to control the ball and score goals once led a rival team to break his stick to check for a magnet!
C .V. Raman
Dec 6, 2018
v3 was named was named C. V. Raman, to aspire to be as confident in ourselves.
Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was an Indian physicist, who won the 1930 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work on light. He discovered that when light travels through a transparent material, some of the light that bends changes in wavelength. This is now known as the Raman effect. Legend has it that he was confident about his groundbreaking discovery winning a Nobel Prize, he had already booked tickets to Sweden before the prize was even announced! Even better, he won!
Homi Jehangir Bhabha
Nov 1, 2018,
v2 was named Bhabha, to aspire to be as visionary.
Homi Jehangir Bhabha was the father of India's nuclear programme. He realized the need for nuclear energy for the growth of the country (as available sources of energy were limited) and set up a private researching facility for it. He was later appointed as chairman of India's first Atomic Energy Commission.
Oct 17, 2018
v1 was named Aryabhata, to aspire to build strong foundations.
One of the earliest Indian mathemeticians, Aryabhata is most famously known for 'discovering' zero. He was also one of the earliest known mathematicians to work on algebra and geometry, compiling his work on mathematics and astronomy in a book that is now known as the ‘Aryabhatiya’.