Innovation is the prerogative of the homo-sapiens. Everything in this world is created twice; firstly by contemplating and secondly by implementing those notions physically. The contemporary world is also a prototype what the “early man” vividly visualized then. The vogues of the world are somehow attributed to the erstwhile generations who innovated every unnatural piece in this earth. The adage “Necessity is the mother of all invention” holds true for each diminutive invention that the man has ever invented”.
Early man used to communicate through sign languages. Afterwards they felt the need to better the mode of communication so they invented millions of jargons. Again after internationalization came into effect they felt the need of lingua franca so English became the universal jargon.
History tells us that early man used to stalk miles as a vagabond, they felt the need of wheels so they invented wheels so was the fire discovered and so were the weapons. The present generation common things are the innovations of the earlier generation.
The proliferation from early man to the modern bloke is profoundly the result of their necessities. The basic need of mind, body and soul can be plagiarized from the title of the notorious bollywood blockbuster roti, kapda aur makaan(food, clothing and shelter). These are the three meager need for which a thief steals in-spite the cognizance of the consequences if caught, a servant is always ready to serve his masters decibel of such intensity that even air would crackle with electricity. Human needs are insatiable and a person necessity can even shove a camel to pass through an eye of a needle.