🔥 Engineers Day 2020 interesting fact of the life of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya how he stopped the train | The changing noise of the tracks in the moving train indicated that the railroad would be invisible; When everyone went back, they climbed the 75-foot ladder and saw the machine.
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- Sir Visvesvaraya, born in Mysore, was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1955, and King George V was awarded the Knight Commander of the British Indian Empire
- He is credited with starting the Krishnaraja Sagar Dam, the University of Mysore and the Bank of Mysore.
First, think about it, make a plan, and then start working after understanding the strengths and imperfections. This was Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya’s philosophy of life. He achieved successes in the field of technology that were immortal in history. Today is his birthday, which is celebrated as Engineers’ Day. Sir Mokshagundam created such a technical record in his day that the British also believed in. That of his life on the day of the engineers Do you know the stories that surprised everyone …
The British who made fun of him only apologized
The most interesting anecdote in the life of Visvesvaraya is related to the British. Once he was on a train with the British. The British made fun of him by looking at Vishveshvaraya with dark complexion and normal height. He didn’t answer that. The train was moving at high speed, they suddenly got up and pulled the chain. The train stopped there.
The passengers called him badly. After some time, when the security guard was asked, he said – I pulled the chain. I estimate the rails have been uprooted to about 220 meters. The guard asked: How did you know? He replied: While driving, he noticed that there was a difference in the speed of the train. The sound of the tracks has changed. The guards were stunned when they went a little further to confirm this. There were bolts and nuts scattered on the rails. The British were stunned and apologized to him.
The only engineer who dared climb a 75-foot ladder
Once selected engineers from the country were sent to America to understand how the factories there worked. A factory official said, “If you want to understand the machine, you have to climb a 75-foot ladder.”
When all the engineers saw such a high ladder they retired, but even after being the oldest in this group, Dr. Mokshagundam, I’ll see. He climbed the ladder and saw the machine. Only two more engineers got in behind them. When the people in America’s factory saw his courage, they praised him.
The secret of long life told
Dr. Mokshagundam died at the age of 102. Even in this phase of his age he remained active until the last time. After being asked about the secret of such a long age, he replied: when age knocks on my door, I answer from within that Visvesvaraya is not at home. Then he returns disappointed. If I can’t reach old age then how can he dominate me?
Hence it is called the Bhagiratha of Karnataka
Dr. Mokshagundam is also known as the Bhagiratha of Karnataka. When he was only 32, he planned to transport water from the Indus to the city of Sukkur. All engineers liked this plan. He made steel doors to prevent the flow of water from the dam, which was also praised by the British authorities. It is still used today. Visvesvaraya also prepared plans to bind the waters of two rivers called Moses Aura Issa. He was then appointed chief engineer of Mysore.
The successes that, according to Dr. Mokshagundam were named
Dr. Mokshagundam has achieved many successes on his behalf. These include the construction of the Krishnarajasagar dam, the Bhadravati iron and steel mill, the sandal oil and soap factory in Mysore, the University of Mysore, the Maharani College and the Bank of Mysore, and services based on the language of the people. In addition to building a large sugar mill in India, he has also done a lot of major construction work.
When the Maharaj of Mysore proclaimed him prime minister in 1912, he was working in the field of education. During his tenure, the number of schools rose from 4,500 to 10,500. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited in Bangalore and Premier Automobile Factory in Mumbai were also the result of their hard work.
Sir Visvesvaraya was born in Mysore and was 12 years old when his father died. After studying in Chikballapur early, he moved to Bangalore for a BA degree. After graduating in 1881, he graduated from the College of Engineering in Pune.