Satyajit Ray never made a film on any scientific theme. Yet, science philia or a love for science manifests in many of his films. But if one picks on the mention of science and technology in his body of work, one can trace a trajectory of developing ideas and convictions about the powers and limitations of science. What begins as a fascination for science in everyday life, culminates in disillusionment with ‘big science’ and a conviction that science does not have the ultimate key to the mysteries of Creation.
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