India has given these 9 things to the world, without which the world would be incomplete

India has given these 9 things to the world, without which the world would be incomplete
The confluence of many customs and traditions is visible in India. India has given more importance to knowledge since ancient times. India's diverse style, language, dress, sports etc. make it a great nation. There are many such inventions of the modern era which are the result of Indian research.
 
India has given these things to the world:
# Invention of zero: The world is indebted to India in terms of numbers. India discovered zero apart from several digits. Indians used it for the first time in mathematics.
# Origin of Chess: Chess has been played in India since ancient times. According to 'Amarkosh', its ancient name was "Chaturangini". Which means there was a four-limbed army.
# Snake Ladder: The game of Snake Ladder is also called 'Moksha Pat'. The form of this game was done in the 13th century through the poet saint Gyandev. There are still pictures of this game in the caves of Ajanta. 
# Button: Button was first used in Mohenjodaro… It is believed that the idea of ​​making buttons was associated with this civilization.
# Flush toilet: The people of the Indus Valley civilization were experts in hydraulic engineering. They arranged toilets similar to flush toilets which were connected to the civet system. 
# Diamond Mining: About 5 thousand years ago Indians used to use diamonds. India was the only country where people knew about diamonds. Diamonds were first discovered in Brazil in the 18th century.
#Rular scale: The ruler scale was invented during the Indus Valley Civilization. The ruler made of ivory was discovered during the excavation.
# Card Game: The game of cards was known as 'Keedi Patram'. This popular card game was born in India itself.
# Fibonacci Numbers: Fibonacci numbers were discovered even before the writing of Pingala. These numbers were first described by the ancient Indian mathematician Virhandaka. 

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Six year old little chef sold a video to Facebook for one lakh

Six year old little chef sold a video to Facebook for one lakh

These days the six-year-old Nihal Raj Aka Kicha is in a lot of discussion in Kochi. The reason for it being in the discussion is to create your own YouTube channel inspired by YouTube channel and sell its videos to Facebook. Facebook has bought the copyright of this video of Nihal for about one lakh 34 thousand.

Nihal, a class I student, is a chef and makes videos of his dishes and uploads them on his YouTube channel 'Kichatube'. Kichatube was launched in January last year. On this Nihal uploads a video while cooking. Nihal gets help from his mother Ruby Rajagopal in making the dish.

Chef made after seeing mother

Initially, Nihal used to play and help his mother in the kitchen work. A video of him helping in the same way was uploaded by his father Rajagopal V Krishnan on his Facebook profile. Many people saw this video of him and at the same time he got a lot of appreciation. Nihal made Mango Ice Cream which was named 'Mickey Mouse Mango Ice Cream'. This video got a lot of views. After this, an email came from Nihal's father from Facebook. 

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