Varāhamihira | Polymath | Varahamihira's most notable work is Brihat Samhita. The book includes wide range of subjects like architecture, planetary motions, eclipses, astrology, seasons, cloud formation, rainfall, agriculture, mathematics and many other topics. | Around 500 CE |

Bhāskara II | Mathematician, Astronomer | He has been called the greatest mathematician of medieval India. His main work Siddhānta Shiromani. The four sections of the book deal with arithmetic, algebra, mathematics of the planets, and spheres respectively. | 1114 AD - 1185 AD |

Brahmagupta | Mathematician, Astronomer | He wrote four books about astronomy and mathematics. He is the author of Brahmasphutasiddhanta. Brahmagupta was the first to give rules to compute with zero. | 598 CE - 668 CE |

C. V. Raman | Physicist | He made ground breaking works in the field of light scattering. In 1930, he was awarded with Nobel Prize in Physics for Raman Effect. He is the first Indian to receive Nobel Prize in any branch of science. | 7th November 1888 – 21st November 1970 |

Srinivasa Ramanujan | Mathematician | He was one of India's greatest mathematical geniuses. He contributes to the theory of numbers include pioneering discoveries of the properties of the partition function. | 22nd December 1887 – 26th April 1920 |

Homi Jehangir Bhabha | Nuclear physicist | He is best known as the chief architect of the Indian atomic energy program. He is also known as "father of the Indian nuclear programme". | 30th October 1909 - 24th January 1966 |

Meghnad Saha | Astrophysicist | He had developed the Saha equation, which explains chemical and physical conditions in stars. | 6th October 1893 – 16th February 1956 |