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His popular TED Talk: This page was last edited on 26 Marchat These simple toys, he found, fascinated children and Gupta went on to make these as the hallmark of his movement of popularising science. Retrieved from ” https: Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur website. While he was there he developed his idea of creating simple toys and educational experiments using locally available materials as well as items usually thrown as trash.
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Retrieved 5 August aaravind This article is about the toy inventor and populariser of science. He has won several awards for his lifelong efforts at popularizing science and in designing teaching aids for young children. South Indian Education Society.
Archived from the original on 4 March Gupta has conducted workshops in over schools and has won many national and international awards.
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Views Read Edit View history. As a student in the s in Indian Institute of Technology, KanpurGupta became a socialist in belief but eschewed action-less discourse; he stated that instead he “placed more faith in small positive action than empty rhetoric.
He got the civilian award ” Padma Shree ” on the eve of Republic Day, Arvind Gupta’s first book, Matchstick Models and other Science Experiments, was translated into 12 Indian languages by various Popular Science groups and sold toyx than half a million copies.
Turning Trash into Toys for learning wravind an insight into his work and philosophy. His first book, “Matchstick Models and other Science Experiments” was reprinted in 12 languages. The possibilities of using ordinary things for doing science and recycling modern junk into joyous products appealed immensely to children.
Gupta’s website holds instructions, including short video clips on YouTube, in a number of languages, for making hundreds of improvised toys, which he makes available freely without copyright restrictions.