19 September in Indian and World History
19 September in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons.19 September is the birth anniversary of Sunita Williams, Aakash Chopra, and Kunwar Narayan.
19 September is also observed as the death anniversary of Guru Ramdas, Pandit Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande, and Saraswati Prasad.
19 September in Indian history is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the following personalities:
Sunita Williams, is the second woman of Indian origin to go to space through the US space agency NASA. She hails from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. She has set a world record for 195 days in space as a female astronaut. Her father Deepak Pandya is a doctor in America. In June 1998, he was selected in the US space agency NASA and training started. Sunita is the second woman of Indian origin who went on a US space mission. Sunita Williams also toured India in September/October 2007. Associated with NASA since June 1998, Sunita has so far made 2770 flights in 30 different spacecraft. In addition, Sunita is associated with organizations such as the Society of Experimental Test Pilots, Society of Flight Test Engineers and the American Helicopter Association. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in 2008 in the field of science and engineering. Apart from this, he got a many awards like Navy Commendation Medal (2), Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal. Already happened. She was Born on 19 September 1965 in Gujrat.
Aakash Chopra, is an Indian cricket commentator and former cricketer who played for the Indian cricket team from late 2003 to late 2004. Chopra’s work in seeing off the new ball saw him credited with the large scores that India accumulated in that series when middle-order batsmen Rahul Dravid, V. V. S. Laxman, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly regularly compiled large centuries. On the subsequent tour to Pakistan, he compiled another century stand with Virender Sehwag as India posted more than 600 runs in the first innings to set up a heavy innings defeat of arch-rivals Pakistan in the first Test in Multan. However, in the second Test, the Indian batsmen failed in a losing effort, apart from a century from Yuvraj Singh, who played in place of the injured captain Sourav Ganguly. His columns regularly appear in Mid-Day and on Cricinfo. He is currently with Star Sports, Sony and Sony Espn as a cricket commentator and analyst. He was also a commentator for the 7 networks with its coverage of the 2018/19 Australia v India test series. He was Born on 19 September 1977 in Utter Pradesh.
Kunwar Narayan (19 September 1927 – 15 November 2017), was counted among the respected poets of Hindi. The prestige and respect of Kunwar ji is well recognized beyond the terrible factionalism of Hindi literature. His fame is not only as a writer, but also as a poetic thinker with keen interest in many art forms. Kunwar Narayan is known in his creativity to see the present through history and myth. His creation world is so wide and complex that it is not possible to give any one name to it. His articles on film reviews and other arts have also been published regularly in magazines. He has translated poets of many other languages into Hindi and many translations of his own poems and stories have been published in various Indian and foreign languages. In 1989 the Italian translation of ‘Atmajayi’ was published from Rome. Kunwar Narayan has also been in the editorial board of ‘Yug Chetna’ and ‘Naya Prateek’ and ‘Chhayanat’. Greater membership was given to Kunwar Narayan by Sahitya Akademi on 20 December 2010 in New Delhi. He was Born on 19 September 1927 in Utter Pradesh.
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19 September in Indian history is observed as the death anniversary of the following personalities:
Guru Ramdas (24 September 1534 – 19 December 1581), the fourth Guru of the Sikhs. He had attained the most prominent position of Sikhism, Guru, on September 1, 1574. He remained in this post till September 1, 1581. He was the son-in-law of Amardas, the third Guru of the Sikhs. He founded a new city named ‘Amrit Sarovar’ in 1577 AD, which later became famous as Amritsar. Guru Ramdas had also started the excavation of the holy lake named ‘Satoshasar’. During the time of Guru Ramdas, people started taking donations or donations for the ‘Guru’. He was a man of great sage nature. Because of this, Emperor Akbar also respected him. At the behest of Guru Ramdas, Akbar did not take rent from Punjab for a year. Due to this, the throne of the Guru had received enough money from the people. After Guru Ramdas, the throne of the Guru started running in the lineage-tradition. He appointed his son Guru Arjun Dev as his Guru after him. He died on 19 September 1581.
Pandit Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande (10 August 1860 – 19 September 1936), a scholar of ‘Hindustani classical music’ of India. He is regarded with great respect as the greatest modern master of classical music. The completely selfless and devoted music seeker Bhatkhande made the first modern attempt to systematically, classify and standardize Hindustani classical music in a scientific way. He had done the important work of traveling across the country collecting bandishis from masters, discussing with them on various ragas, setting their standard forms and writing many scholarly books revealing the mysteries of musicology. For classical knowledge, Bhatkhande wrote four parts of ‘Hindustani Music System’ in Marathi language. He died on 19 September 1936.
Saraswati Prasad (28 August 1932 – 19 September 2013), is the Manas daughter of famous writer Sumitranandan Pant and mother of contemporary poet Rashmi Prabha. Saraswati Prasad’s published collections – ‘Nadi Pukare Sagar’ and ‘Ek Thi Taru’ and published works – Kadambini, Weekly Hindustan, Nancy. Awarded by the Governor of Bihar Vinod Chandra Pandey for his important contribution in Hindi. Vision Award 2010 for Best Memoir. Saraswati Prasad’s husband Late. Ramchandra Prasad always appreciated this literary journey of his, gave direction to his interests. With children, with children’s children, she became friends. Even the smallest things became a special asset in his diary. She died on 19 September 2013.
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Notable events on 19 September in Indian and World history
19 September 1755 – A military treaty was signed between Britain and Russia.
19 September 1891 – William Shakespeare’s famous play “The Merchant of Venice” was first staged in Manchester.
19 September 1893 – Swami Vivekananda gave a historic speech at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago (USA).
19 September 1893 – In New Zealand, all women were given the right to vote under the Electoral Act of 1893.
19 September 1955 – The Argentine army and navy revolted to remove President Juan Perón.
19 September 1957 – The US conducted the first underground nuclear test in the desert of Nevada.
19 September 1982 – Scott Fahman became the first person to use online messaging.
19 September 1983 – British colony Caribbean Islands, St Kitts and Nevis became independent.
19 September 2002 – Israeli troops lay siege to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat on the western edge.
19 September 2007 – In view of the possibility of cyber war, the US Air Force formed a temporary command.
19 September 2008 – The Supreme Court directed the closure of the activities of Shalvajudum activists, which were started to control Naxal activities in Chhattisgarh.
19 September 2011 – NASA designed a grand rocket that can carry up to 100 tons into space, called the Space Launch System (SLS), to send astronauts to other locations in the universe besides the Moon and Mars.