7 September in Indian and World History

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7 September in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons.7 September is the birth anniversary of P. Bhanumathi Ramakrishna, Sunil Gangopadhyay, Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail, Sir Alok Kumar Sharma, and Radhika Apte

7 September is also observed as the death anniversary of Romesh Bhandari.

Birth Anniversary on 7 September

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

P. Bhanumathi Ramakrishna (7 September 1925 – 24 December 2005) was an Indian actress, singer, film producer, director, music composer, and novelist. She is regarded as the first female superstar of Telugu cinema. She is also considered the first female director of Telugu cinema with her debut directorial Chandirani (1953).

Sunil Gangopadhyay or Sunil Ganguly (7 September 1934 – 23 October 2012) was an Indian poet, historian and novelist in the Bengali language based in the city of Kolkata. He is a former Sheriff of Calcutta. Gangopadhyay obtained his master’s degree in Bengali from the University of Calcutta. In 1953 he and a few of his friends started a Bengali poetry magazine, Krittibas. Later he wrote for many different publications.

Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail (born 7 September 1951), known mononymously by the hypocorism Mammootty, is an Indian actor and film producer who works predominantly in Malayalam and Tamil language films.

Sir Alok Kumar Sharma KCMG (born 7 September 1967) is a British Conservative Party politician who served as President for COP26 from 2021 to 2022, having previously served as Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy from 2020 to 2021 and Secretary of State for International Development from 2019 to 2020.

 Radhika Apte (born 7 September 1985) is an Indian actress who works primarily in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Marathi films. Apte has received several awards including an International Emmy Award nomination, thus becoming the first Indian actress to do so.

Death Anniversary on 7 September

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

Romesh Bhandari (29 March 1928 – 7 September 2013) was an Indian Foreign Secretary, former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Andaman, and Nicobar Islands, and former governor of Tripura, Goa and Uttar Pradesh.

Notable events on 7 September in Indian and World History

Some of the Notable events on 7 September in World History are mentioned below:

7 September 1965 – During an Indo-Pakistani War, China announced that it will reinforce its troops on the Indian border.

7 September 1191 – Third Crusade-Fouries under Richard I, England defeated Job soldiers under Saladin in Arsuf, Current Israel.

7 September 1191 – King Richard I of England defeated King Salauddin of Arasf in the Third Crusade.

7 September 1533 – Queen Elizabeth I of Britain and Ireland was born in Greenwich, London.

7 September 1571 – Thomas Howard, the fourth Duke of Norfoch, was arrested for being involved in the conspiracy to overthrow Queen Elizabeth I and replace Mary, Queen of Scots.

7 September 1571 – Thomas Howard, the fourth Duke of Norfoch, was arrested on charges of killing Queen Elizabeth I and replaced her queen Mary, the queen of Scots.

7 September 1630 – The city of Boston was established in the US state of Massachusetts.

7 September 1652 – The Chinese farmers started a rebellion against the Dutch regime before being pressed on Formosa (Taiwan).

7 September 1701 – Germany, England and the Netherlands signed the opposing French.

7 September 1704 – War of Spanish Succession; Launched the twelfth siege of Gibraltar by French and Spanish troops.

7 September 1706 – War of Spanish Succession – Turin forces of Austria and defeated France at the Battle of Savoy.

7 September 1736 – An Edinburgh mob arrested John Portri from his cell at Tolboth Prison and disposed of him.

7 September 1764 – Stanisov August Ponietowski was elected as the King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

7 September 1776 – The American revolutionary war-surgist Ezra Lee launched the first attack using a submersible using a submersible pilot to try to make explosive allegations on HHMS Eagle’s hull at Nude Harbor.

7 September 1778 – American Revolutionary War: France invaded the island of Dominica and later captured the British Fort, even known that France entered the war as an ally of the United States.

7 September 1796 – The French revolutionary war-French defeated Banso, Venetia, present Italy of the Austrian Army.

7 September 1822 – Brazil gained independence from the authority of Portugal. Today was declared as the National Day of Brazil.

7 September 1822 – Brazil declared its independence from Portugal.

7 September 1835 – Charles Darwin reached the Galápagos Islands on HMS Beagle.

7 September 1882 – Bankim Chandra Chatterjee composed the national anthem “Vande Mataram” at Kantal Pada village in Bengal. Vande Mataram became the national slogan in the Bang Bhang movement.

7 September 1893 – British migrants in Italy founded the Genoa Cricket and Athletic Club, which is today one of Italy’s oldest association football clubs.

7 September 1901 – In the possession of foreign troops from eight-nation union with Peking, King China was forced to sign the boxer protocol, a inequality ending the boxer rebellion.

7 September 1917– John Cornforth, an Australian–British chemist, and Nobel Prize Laureate, was born.

7 September 1921 – The first women’s beauty pageant was held in the US city of New Jersey, in which Miss America was successful.

7 September 1921 – The first Miss America, a two-day event, was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

7 September 1923 – Interpol was founded in Vienna, the capital of Austria.

7 September 1927 – Filio Taylor succeeded in making full-fledged electronic TV.

7 September 1936 – Surendra Verma, a renowned Indian author, playwright, and essayist, was born.

7 September 1940 – Second World War: German Luftwaf changed its strategy in Britain’s battle and started bombing London and other British cities and towns for more than 50 consecutive nights.

7 September 1944 – Hungary declared war against Romania.

7 September 1949 – The Federal Republic of Germany was officially established. Konrad Adanauer became the first federal chancellor.

7 September 1949 – José Clemente Orozco, a Mexican caricaturist and painter, who specialized in political murals that established the Mexican Mural Renaissance together with murals by Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and others.

7 September 1950 – The fall of a coal mine in New Kalmok, Scotland, saved 13 miners and saved 166 people.

7 September 1979 – The sports and entertainment cable channel ISPN, founded by Scott Rasmisel and his father Beau Rasmison. Introduced cable programs.

7 September 1981 – The first issue of the American weekly Newsmagazine Education Week was published.

7 September 1986 – Bishop Desmond Tutu is known for his non -violent opposition to apartheid in South Africa, the first black man to become the Cape Town Archbishop. This happened two years later when he won the Nobel Peace Prize.

7 September 1986 – Desmond Tutu became the first black person to lead the Church province of Southern Africa.

7 September 1991 – Edwin McMillan, an American physicist, and Nobel Prize Laureate, died.

7 September 1999 – Three weeks after an earthquake in the northwestern Turkey, a major earthquake occurred in Athens, causing Greece and Turkey to start “earthquake diplomacy”.

7 September 1999 – A 5.9 magnitude earthquake in Athens, the capital of Greece, killed 143 people and injured over 500 and left 50,000 people homeless.

7 September 2004 – Hurricane Ivan made a landfall on Granada and destroyed at least 85% of the island.

7 September 2005 – After kidnapping and held hostage in November 2004, American man Roy Hallmes was rescued in Iraq.

7 September 2005 – The first presidential election was held in Egypt.

7 September 2005 – The first presidential election was held in Egypt.

7 September 2006 – Ukrainian archaeologists say they have found underground pyramids near Luhansk which are present before the pyramids in Giza.

7 September 2008 – Xinhua reports that 20 people have been trapped in a coal mine in Henan province of China after the flood.

7 September 2008 – 25th MTV Video Music Awards: Britney Spears and Chris Brown won.

7 September 2009 – Scientists from Papua New Guinea broadcast the discovery of about forty new species, which includes a huge rat that weighs about 1.5 kg.

7 September 2010 – The outbreak of wild animals in Colorado has forced around 3500 people to vacate their homes in the boulder country.

7 September 2011 – Yakom-Sarvis Flight 9633, due to the coaching of the players and the locomotive Yaroslav professional ice hockey team, the Russian city of Yaroslav crashed, in which all rode but one died.

7 September 2012 – An earthquake in southwest China killed 64 people and injured 715.

7 September 2013       A large operation carried out by the Egyptian army against Islamic terrorists in northern Sinai kills around 30 people.

7 September 2014 – Asteroid 2014 RC comes close to Earth on 0.1 Lunar Distance.

7 September 1963 – Ashok Chakra winner Indian Airhostess Air Hostess) Neerja Bhanot was born.

7 September 2011 – A bomb that exploded outside the Delhi High Court, India killed 9 people and injured about 45 people.

7 September 2012 – The Reserve Bank of India has allowed investment from its neighboring country Pakistan.

7 September Historical Significance

September 7th holds a rich tapestry of historical events that have shaped various aspects of world history. On this day, significant battles were fought, such as the Battle of Arsuf during the Third Crusade in 1191, where Richard I of England defeated Saladin. It also marks the founding of Boston, Massachusetts, in 1630, a city that would become pivotal in American history. In 1822, Brazil’s independence from Portugal was proclaimed by Pedro I, leading to the establishment of a new nation in South America. Additionally, the day is remembered for the Treaty of Baden in 1714, which concluded the War of the Spanish Succession, significantly altering the political landscape of Europe. Each event on September 7th has contributed to the cultural, political, and social fabric of nations, reflecting the enduring impact of this date in history.

Important Days of 7 September in History

Some of the Notable events on 7 September in History are mentioned below:

  • Brazilian Independence Day (Brazil): Celebrated on 7th September to commemorate the nation’s independence from Portugal in 1822.
  • National Beer Lover’s Day (United States): A day for beer enthusiasts to celebrate their favorite beverage.
  • Neither Rain Nor Snow Day (United States): Honoring the motto of the American postal service, this day celebrates the perseverance of postal workers.
  • National Salami Day (United States): A day dedicated to appreciating the cured sausage that is a staple in Italian cuisine.
  • National Grandma Moses Day (United States): Honoring the renowned American folk artist Anna Mary Robertson Moses, known as Grandma Moses.