The father of Indian surgery is considered to be Sushruta.
He was an ancient Indian physician and surgeon who lived around 600 BCE. Sushruta is known for his pioneering work in the field of surgery, particularly in the areas of plastic surgery and cataract surgery.
He is also credited with developing a number of surgical instruments and techniques, such as the use of antiseptics, the use of anesthesia, and the use of sutures.
Sushruta's teachings and techniques have had a profound influence on the development of surgery in India and around the world.