21 September In History : British captured Delhi, Bill Clinton-Monica sex scandal exposed in America; September 21 witnessed these things

Mumbai: Today in the month of September is historically significant in many ways. On this day, about 180 years ago, France voted to end the monarchy. The decisive event in the 1857 uprising was the recapture of Delhi by the British. In 1857, the British captured Delhi once again and arrested the last Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar. Also, the video of Bill Clinton and Monica’s love affair, which was in the air in America, was leaked. Let’s know what important events this day 21st September has witnessed in history. 

1677- Patent for Fire Extinguisher

A fire extinguisher useful for extinguishing fierce fires was patented on 21st September 1677. This fire extinguisher patent was given in the name of John and Nicholas Vander Hayden of the Netherlands. 

1784- Publication of the first newspaper in America 

On September 21, 1784, the first newspaper in America, the Pennsylvania Packet and General, was published. The first newspaper named Advertiser’ was published. 

1792- Voting to end the monarchy in France 

In France on this day, September 21, 1792, citizens voted to end the monarchy. In France, the common people had to pay taxes for the luxurious lifestyle of the royalty and feudal lords. However, they do not want to get such facilities. There was a public outcry against the monarchy in France. It culminated in a political revolution in France and the monarchy ended and a democratic government came into power. 

1832- Writer Walter Scott died 

Walter Scott, a famous writer and dramatist, died on September 21, 1832. passed away Scott was the first English-language writer to achieve fame during his lifetime. 

1857- British capture Delhi, Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar is arrested

In the Indian independence struggle, the 1857 Revolt ) significance is different. The first attempt to abolish British slavery was made through this uprising. Revolutionaries across the country proclaimed Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor, as the Badshah of Delhi and began fighting under his leadership. Nanasaheb Peshwa, Tatya Tope, Rani of Jhansi fought. The mutineers recaptured Delhi and declared the re-establishment of the Mughal Empire. 

The British recaptured Delhi on this day, 21 September 1857, and crushed the revolt. 82-year-old Badshah Bahadur Shah Zafar was arrested by the British. He was later tried and placed under house arrest in Rangoon, present-day Myanmar. He died at the same place. 

1926- Birth of Actress Noor Jahan 

Famous Indian actress and playback singer Noor Jahan was born on this day in 1926. He made a great contribution in music. She was called the Queen of Thumri songs due to her special style of singing Thumri. 

1964 – Malta got independence 

On 21 September 1964, Malta, a European country, got freedom from British slavery. 

1980- Birth of Kareena Kapoor

The famous Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor was born on September 21, 1980. Kareena Kapoor was born in the Kapoor family and she has made a distinct impression in Bollywood with her acting. 

1998- Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky love affair video in front 

A sensation in the political history of America. The love affair of then President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky (US President Bill Clinton Monica Lewinsky Sex Scandal) was revealed on this day. On September 21, 1998, the video of the love affair of these two came before the public. After that, Bill Clinton gave his answer in front of the jury. This reply was broadcast on all media. After that, Bill Clinton had to resign from the presidency. 

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