Google India got doodle for physicist C V Raman on 125th birthday. On 7 November 1888, Sir Chandrashekara Venkata Raman born in Tamil Nadu, India.
Google Doodle for C V Raman portraits him along with sketches pointing on his experiment on light scattering. Google logo alphabets are some how included as if equipment used in experimenting Raman Scattering. Raman Effect is used now as the most effective method to study about molecular structure.
Apparatus used for studying Raman Scattering, the phenomena for which scientist is famous for worth only $3.3 ,but know it’s used in functioning equipment which cost millions. According to Sir CV Raman’s point of view independent thinking and hardwork is needed of scientific research.
Sir CV Raman have the honor of being the first man from India to get a Nobel Prize in Science for discovery in 1930, now known as Raman Effect. Infdia honored CV Ramana with highest honor Bharat Ratna in 1954.
CV Raman studied in Presidency College, Madras.After graduation with Master Degree in Physics at the age of 19 in the year 1907, as an accountant CV Raman joined in government service.In 1917, Raman became professor in University of Calcutta. In 1932, Raman along with other prominent scientist of India contributed to discovery of quantum photon spin.
Sir CV Raman got the honorary title ‘Knight’ from British monarch in 1929 and was also elected to Royal Society. In 1933, Raman joint Indian Institute of science and in 1943 after retiring from IISc, he started Raman Research Institute in Bangalore. In 1970, at age 82 on November 21st CV Raman passed away due to heart attack.
Every year, India celebrates 28th February as National Science Day honoring discovery of Raman Effect. With Google Doodle on 7th November 2013 Google honored for his contribution in scientific world.