The present investigation is focused on synthesizing Mars particular simulants (INDMARS-I and INDMARS-II) for the first time from India, the country of Nobel laureate Tagore. The different wet chemical route viz. combustion synthesis and aquatic salt precipitation synthesis were adopted to understand the history of the formation of matter on Mars as well as the chemical origin of life. The oxide-based composition is almost identical to the results obtained from NASA. The colour of the synthesized matter is almost identical to the image captured by the rover. The histogram of the surface topography looks exactly like the image of the rover. The specific gravity of the synthesized material is very close to that of ferrous soils. The measured values of specific gravity and tap density of INDMARS-I are 1.79 and 0.78 gm / cc and that for INDMARS-II are 1.39 and 0.56 respectively. The probability of chemical origin of life probably supports the surface topography of INDMARS-I synthesized by combustion route using urea to create high exothermicity, but the topography of INDMARS-II simulant synthesized by aquatic salt precipitation is also noteworthy.