The invasion of the Indus Valley by the Aryans after the Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa civilizations led to the foundation of different kingdoms which were later collectively called as ‘Hindus’ known for their skills in pottery, masonry, weaving, carpentry, and trading with foreign countries.
Since Indian thinkers managed to develop philosophies ahead of the West, several disciplines to train the mind and body spiritually had been made available like yoga and other systems of principle-driven living which enabled philosophy to contribute to ancient technology in India. Considering that mind, in association to physical strength, plays a vital role in shaping the culture, economy, as well as technology, meditative Indians had also come to the extent of discovering four religions – Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism. Having promoted beliefs as karma, vegetarianism, and reincarnation, these religions influenced the old Indians to highly progress in critical thinking thereby affecting their way of life and the means by which they facilitated themselves with tools to effect technological advancements.
When the Caste System originated from Hinduism and classified people into severe castes, which discriminated a lower class by the upper class yet placed the society in great order. The resulting social stability made by this system provided another key factor implied through proper allocation of resources in favor of intellectuals upon whom appreciable investments were placed to enhance any scientific endeavors toward application.
Further improvements in support of technical growth had been fueled through diversity of India’s literature, being known for its marvelous epics, high inclination to music, art, and architecture. Because these aspects were passionately explored altogether in the hope of seeking more creative possibilities, people had been equally interested on inventing devices that would impact better communication and delivery of