8 September in Indian and World History

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8 September in Indian and World History

8 September in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons.8 September is the birth anniversary of Bhupen Hazarika, Asha Bhosle, and Parupalli Kashyap.

8 September is also observed as the death anniversary of Nisargadatta Maharaj.

Birth Anniversary

Bhupen Hazarika (8 September 1926 – 5 November 2011) was an Indian playback singer, lyricist, musician, poet, actor, artist, editor, filmmaker, professor and politician from Assam, widely known as Sudha Kontho.

Asha Bhosle (born 8 September 1933) is an Indian playback singer, entrepreneur, actress and television personality who predominantly works in Indian cinema. Known for her versatility, she has been described in the media as one of the most influential and successful singers in Hindi cinema.

Parupalli Kashyap (born 8 September 1986) is an Indian badminton player. A former World No.6, he trains at Gopichand Badminton Academy. He was awarded the Arjuna Award by the Government of India in 2012.

7 September in Indian and World History

Death Anniversary

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

Nisargadatta Maharaj (born Maruti Shivrampant Kambli; 17 April 1897 – 8 September 1981) was an Indian guru of nondualism, belonging to the Inchagiri Sampradaya, a lineage of teachers from the Navnath Sampradaya and Lingayat Shaivism.

Notable events on 8 September in Indian and World History

8 September 1320 – Ghazi Malik Gayasudin Tughlaq) became the Sultan of Delhi.

8 September 1331 – Stephen Uros IV proclaimed himself King of Serbia.

8 September 1504 – David (depicted in detail), a marble sculpture by Michael Angelo, in which King David of the Bible was depicted in a naked state, Italy, Inflorescence was unveiled.

8 September 1553 – The city of Lichfield in Britain was founded.

8 September 1563 – Maximilian was elected King of Hungary.

8 September 1727 – During a puppet show in the village of Barwell in Cambridgeshire, England, a fire killed 78 people including several children.

8 September 1760 – The French army surrendered Montreal to General Jeffrey Amherst.

8 September 1771 – Mission San Gabriel Arcancy was established in California.

8 September 1793 – Serio de Nazé was celebrated for the first time in Belém.

8 September 1831 – William IV was crowned King of Great Britain.

8 September 1831 – William IV of Sax-Meningen and Adelaide were crowned the United Kingdom of Great Britain and King of Ireland.

8 September 1831 – The Russian Empire carried out the Polish November rebellion when its soldiers captured Warsaw after a two -day attack.

8 September 1855 – Queen Isabella II of Spain opened Iloilo for world trade.

8 September 1860 – The loss of the paddle steamer “Lady Elgin” on Lake Michigan submerged about 300 people.

8 September 1885 – St. Thomas Academy established in Minnesota.

8 September 1900 – 6,000–12,000 people died from the 1900 Galveston storm.

8 September 1900 – Great Glestone Storm (depiction of damage), one of the Atlantic storm with an estimated winds of 135 mph (215 km / h) at the land level, was killed in Galveston, Texas, US, which killed at least 6000 people Went.

8 September 1900 – A cyclone and tidal storm killed 6000 people in Galveston, Texas, USA.

8 September 1935 – American Senator Hui Long was badly shot at Baton Roose, Louisiana.

8 September 1939 – The Battle of Gaddania began.

8 September 1941 – The Second World War-German forces separated the final land connection for Leningrad from a siege of 28 months, resulting in 1 million deaths from the starvation of the citizens of the city, making it one of the deadliest battle in world history. Will go

8 September 1946 – Bulgaria ended the monarchy.

8 September 1950 – The Defense Production Act approved by the Congress requires various economic measures including wages and price control.

8 September 1951 – Japan signed a peace deal with 48 countries.

8 September 1954 – Eight countries signed an agreement to form the South-East Asian version of the South-East Asiatry Organization, NATO.

8 September 1960 – Feroze Gandhi, the country’s famous politician and husband of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, passed away.

8 September 1966 – The American Science Fiction show Star Trek had a premiere on the NBC television network, with a media franchise launched, which has given birth to a creed phenomenon and affects the design of many current techniques.

8 September 1966 – Queen Elizabeth II opened the Sever Bridge, as a Urban of a new economic era to South Wales.

8 September 1966 – UNESCO celebrated World Literacy Day for the first time by the United Nations Department of Education and Cultural.

8 September 1974 – Watergate Cand-U.S. President Gerald Ford recently conferred President Richard Nixon to be in full and unconditional, but contrastial, forgiveness for any crime committed.

8 September 1978 – Following the Shah’s government of Irandclare in response to the Iranian revolution, the Iranian army shot at least 88 protesters in Tehran on Black Friday.

8 September 1986 – Nissan establishes itself as the first Japanese automobile company to open a factory in Europe by opening one in Sunderland in England.

8 September 1991 – The Republic of Macedonia became independent.

8 September 1994 – The Eustir Flight 427 crashed near the PittsburghiNTI’s airport, resulting in 132 deaths and one of the longest investigations in aviation history.

8 September 1998 – The 13th Non-Aligned Movement scheduled in 2001 was handed over to Bangladesh.

8 September 2000 – The Millennium Manifesto of the United Nations was made in New York.

8 September 2004 – Typhoon Songda has been affecting the islands of Japan for 4 days and although it is just considered a tropical storm. It is still a widespread damage.

8 September 2006 – An suicide car bomb explosion near the United States Embassy in Kabul, at least 10 people died.

8 September 2006 – Serial blasts took place in Malegaon, Maharashtra, in which around 37 people were killed and more than 100 people were injured.

8 September 2009 – A huge statue of Apollo is installed at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Turkey.

8 September 2010 – The New South Wales Parliament voted in favor of adopting the couple of the same gender in Australia’s most populous state.

8 September 2011 – According to the report, the unemployment rate in Australia has increased by 5.3% in August 2011.

8 September 2013 – Asif Ali Zardari’s five -year term as the President of Pakistan is ending, in which Mamnoon will replace him.

8 September 2014 – It has been reported that about one thousand children have been affected in many states of America and are suffering from respiratory infections.

8 September 1755 – The French and Indian war-brutish and French army and their ally fought for a draw in the battle of Indian ally George.

8 September 1962 – China infiltrated India’s eastern border.

8 September 1965 – India opened 2 additional fronts against Pakistan.

8 September 2012 – Pakistan and India have mutually agreed to give relief to the visa requirements required for travel to another country.

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