10 September in Indian and World History

10 September in Indian and World History

10 September in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons. 10 September is the birth anniversary of Govind Ballabh Pant, Radhikaraman Prasad Singh, Basappa Danappa Jatti, and Anurag Singh Kashyap.

10 September is also observed as the death anniversary of Jatindranath Mukherjee or Bagha Jatin, and Sukumar Ray.

Birth Anniversary

10 September in Indian history is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the following personalities:

Govind Ballabh Pant (10 September 1887 – 7 March 1961), the first Chief Minister and freedom fighter of Uttar Pradesh. His Chief Minister tenure was from August 15, 1947, to May 27, 1954. Later he also became the Home Minister of India (1955 -1961). He was instrumental in getting Hindi language status in the Indian Constitution and ending the Zamindari system. The honor of Bharat Ratna was started in his own time as Home Minister. Later, the same honor was given to him by President Rajendra Prasad in 1947 for his contribution to the freedom struggle, for his excellent work as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Home Minister of India. The way of fighting the case of Govind Ballabh Pant was unique, the client who did not give correct information about his cases, Pant did not take his case. Once in Kashipur, he went to court wearing a dhoti, kurta, and Gandhi cap. There the English magistrate objected. He was Born on 10 September 1887 in Uttarakhand.

Radhikaraman Prasad Singh (10 September 1890 – 24 March 1971), a prominent place in the modern Hindi poets. He composed literature in all the disciplines of story, prose, poetry, novel, memoir, drama. He was associated with many literary, cultural, and educational institutions of the country. Radhikaman Prasad Singh is counted among the famous Hindi story writers and distinguished stylists. He served Hindi for almost 50 years. Your place in modern Hindi fiction is memorable for ‘Kana Mein Kangna’. Radhikaman Prasad Singh was nominated as the first Indian President of the Ara District Board. From 1927 to 1935, many social and administrative reforms were carried out with promptness and efficiency. He was Born on 10 September 1890 in Bihar.

Basappa Danappa Jatti (10 September 1912 – 7 June 2002), appointed as Acting President after the death of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed. He was not the elected President of India. Therefore, he is addressed as the acting President. According to the Indian Constitutional system, there is a provision to make the Vice President the Acting President, if for any reason the office of the President becomes vacant. BD Jatti was the Vice President of the country at the time of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed’s death. His term as Acting President lasted from 11 February 1977 to 25 July 1977. During this, he fulfilled his responsibility with constitutional dignity. If for any reason the office of the President becomes vacant. BD Jatti was the Vice President of the country at the time of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed’s death. His term as Acting President lasted from 11 February 1977 to 25 July 1977. During this, he fulfilled his responsibility with constitutional dignity. He was Born on 10 September 1912 in Karnataka.

Anurag Singh Kashyap, is an Indian film director, writer, editor, producer, and actor known for his works in Hindi cinema. He is the recipient of several accolades, including four Filmfare Awards. For his contributions to film, the Government of France awarded him the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and letters) in 2013. Due to his desire to become a scientist, Kashyap went to Delhi for his higher studies and enrolled himself in a zoology course at the Hansraj College (University of Delhi); he graduated in 1993. He then eventually joined the street theatre group, Jana Natya Manch; and did many street plays. He was Born on 10 September 1972 in utter Pradesh.

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Death Anniversary

10 September in Indian history is observed as the death anniversary of the following personalities:

Jatindranath Mukherjee or Bagha Jatin (7 December 1879 – 10 September 1915), a Bengali revolutionary against British rule. His father had died at a young age. His mother took all the responsibility of the house on herself and carried it out with great care. Jatindranath Mukherjee’s childhood name was Jatindranath Mukhopadhyay. Due to his bravery in killing a tiger, he also became famous by the name of ‘Bagha Jatin’. Jatindranath was a working philosophical revolutionary against British rule. He was the main leader of the ‘Yugantar Party’. At that time Yugantar Party was the main organization of revolutionaries in Bengal. Once at the age of 27, while passing through the forest, Jatindranath Mukherjee had an encounter with a tiger. He killed the tiger with his sickle. After this incident, Jatindranath became famous as ‘Bagha Jatin’. He died on 10 September 1915.

Sukumar Ray (30 October 1887 – 10 September 1923), a famous Bengali poet, writer, and painter. He used to write humorous poems and stories for children. Sukumar Rai was a prominent writer-journalist and painter of his time. Sukumar Rai was a disciple of Guru Rabindranath Tagore. His father Upendranath Choudhary was a Master of Children’s Literature and a staunch Brahmo Samaji. Sukumar Roy’s absurd poems are still remembered by Bengali children for their imaginative rhetoric and inventive narration. Sukumar Rai was the father of Bharat Ratna awardee Satyajit Ray, who gave new recognition to Indian films in the world. Satyajit Ray / Satyajit Ray / Shottojit Roy, son of Sukumar Roy, was one of the world’s greatest film personalities of the twentieth century. Satyajit Ray used to do many works related to film production himself. These include direction, cinematography, screenplay, background music, art direction, editing, etc. Apart from being a filmmaker, he was also a story writer, painter, and film critic. Satyajit Ray, who gave new recognition to Indian films in the world, got many awards including Padma Shri (1958), Padma Bhushan (1965), Padma Vibhushan (1976), and Ramon Magsaysay Award (1967) in addition to Bharat Ratna (1992).

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Notable events on 10 September in Indian and World history

10 September 1935 – Doon School was established by Satish Sanjan Das, which is one of the well-known private/independent schools in India.

10 September 2003 – The fifth ministerial meeting of the WTO began in Cancun.

10 September 2008 – The Supreme Court canceled the bail of the Ansal brothers convicted in the Uphaar fire case.

10 September 2009 – The Jet Airways management and its pilots agreed to a comprehensive agreement.

10 September 2011 – Describing India-US strategic cooperation as important and indispensable for the 21st century, US President Barack Obama has said that the two countries enjoy deep and comprehensive ties, aimed at establishing peace and prosperity in Asia and the world.

10 September 2015 – In northeastern Japan, floods and landslides left 90,000 people homeless.

10 September 2016 – Mariyappan Thangavelu won a gold medal and Varun Bhati won a bronze medal in Rio Para Olympics.

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