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The Second World War broke out in 1939. Soon after, Vikram returned to India. Right from his boyhood, Vikram had great love for physics. During the forties, the most famous center for scientific research in India was the Indian Institute of science (the Tata Institute) at Bangalore. Its Physics Department was headed by
the world-famous scientist, Dr. C. V. Raman. The highest award in science is the Nobel Prize. Dr. C. V. Raman was awarded this prize as early as in 1930. When Sarabhai returned to India, he came down to Bangalore to carry on research under Dr. C. V. Raman. The famous Dr. Homi Jahangir Bhabha was also at the institute by that time; he was engaged in research on Mesons and Cosmic Rays.

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Vikrama Sarabhai - One of the greatest scientists of India
About Vikrama Sarabhai
What A Guru!
Early Education
You are Here! With C.V.Raman And H.J.Bhabha
The Study Of Cosmic Rays
Successor To Bhabha
Scientific Achievements
With Students
Sarabhai's Hopes & Views
Greatness Recognized
The Creator Of Organization
Capsules Of Wisdom
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