Raghubir Singh was an Indian photographer best remembered for capturing landscapes and the people of India. A self-taught photographer, Singh worked with popular publications like The New York Times, National Geographic Magazine, and Time. Singh is credited with reinventing the use of color during the early 1970s. His photographs are displayed in popular museums like the Museum of Modern Art.
Though wheelchair-bound and suffering from a type of muscular dystrophy, Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati became the youngest Indian to hold a patent when he co-discovered a six-player chess variant with his father. He was highly inspired by British physicist Stephen Hawking. Unfortunately, he died of a cardiac arrest at age 18.