Inspired By Tripura’s CM, I Tried Looking For Things That India Invented Before Firangis

Disclaimer: Please take this article with a pinch of salts. A huge chunk of this is satire. Anyone hurt with this article needs to take care of their feelings.

Yesterday, Tripura’s brand new Chief Minister Biplab Deb came up with a new theory and made a few stunning claims. He had this to say:

“India has been using internet since ages. In Mahabharata, Sanjay was blind but he narrated what was happening in the battlefield to Dhritarashtra anyway. This was due to internet and technology. Satellite also existed during that period.”

You know, development.

I wanted to Tweet to him to ask this: ‘Speed kitna milta tha bhai?’ but then I don’t want to be hounded by countless trolls, so… yeah.

A few days back, I told you guys how Sunny Deol and Alia Bhatt have done almost the same movies in their careers. While I was fully aware of indulging in shitposting, Biplab seems to be pretty serious about his claims. And since I had nothing better to do, I investigated how Firangis tried stealing things years after we had invented them.

Here’s a wonderful picture of a pen drive that Indians had created in ancient times. Please note how it uses the security of thick walls. The same technique was used in Aadhaar.

These guys found the picture.

Here’s another example:

Remember how Arjun had to fight against his brothers and that had Krishna give him a long lecture on Karma? Well, Marvel’s Civil War is based on a similar concept.

Technically, everyone still trying to support Biplab Deb for his statements must love Star Wars. The franchise literally starts with ‘A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away’. And those guys had spaceships and lightsabers.

And then we have this page which made a similar claim before Biplab did. But they did it ironically.

We also invented WiFi.

What all did we invent before Firangi stole our limelight? Let us know in the comments below.

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Supriyo Mukherjee

If you can dream it, Supriyo can definitely meme it.

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