TIFRAC, India’s first digital computer, was operational from the late-1950s to mid-1960s and was an early user of ferrite core memory. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India, circa mid-1950s.
“When Raju Rai, accidentally activates an experimental suit that unleashes the mystical chakras of the body, he gains superpowers and vows to protect the people of Mumbai as CHAKRA, The Invincible!
From the mind of legendary creator Stan Lee comes his newest superhero. Chakra tells the story of Raju Rai, a young Indian orphan living in Mumbai. Determined to use science to unlock the secrets of human potential, Raju and his mentor, the genius scientist Dr. Singh, develop a technological suit that activates the mystical Chakras of the body, unleashing superhuman abilities and powers.
Convinced that none must know of his new super-powered identity, Raju gives his new, mighty avatar a name, one that will represent everything he is and can ever hope to be, one that will resonate throughout the world and have the dramatic effect of bringing fear into the hearts of evildoers— CHAKRA, The Invincible!”