On This Day In History : Everyone wants to know what happened on this day in history. Many good and bad events mark the dates in history. Today i.e. 29th November also very important events took place in India and in the world. One lakh people died in the earthquake in Beijing, China. Nobel Prize Winner Indian Botanist Jagdish Chandra Bose was born on this day. Indrakumar Gujral, the 12th Prime Minister of India, passed away on this day. Today we are going to know the complete information about the important events that happened in history. Also, we will briefly learn about the birthdays of veterans and important people who passed away on this day.
1731 : One lakh people died in an earthquake in Beijing, China. It was considered a very large earthquake. But even after that there was a bigger earthquake in China. On July 28, 1976, an earthquake struck China’s Hebei Province and leveled the city of Tangshan. 255,000 people died. Pune made a record of 551 days run. Bathinye Aika is a Marathi language black and white film that ran for 131 consecutive weeks.
1996 : A name with a proven hand in Marathi literature is the famous literary P. L. Deshpande. On this day, Pul was awarded the first ‘Maharashtra Bhushan’ award by the Government of Maharashtra. This award Maharashtra is the highest award of the state.
2000: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra became Miss World on this day. After that, Priyanka acted in many films in Bollywood. A few years ago, she got married to Nick Jonas.
1858 : Birth of Jagdishchandra Bose
Nobel Prize winner Indian botanist Jagdish Chandra Bose was born on this day. Jagdish Chandra Bose, who did basic research on plant reflexes, put India’s name on the world map in the field of research. Jagdish Chandra Bose was an Indian biologist, physicist, botanist and archaeologist. The great Indian scientist Jagdishchandra Bose’s work on plants is huge. He died on 23 November 1937.
1874 : Birth of Winston Churchill
1910 : Kavivarya Ba. Bh. Borkar’s birthday
1931 : Indian historian Romila Thapar was born on this day. Romila Thapar is an Indian historian who has done valuable research on ancient Indian history. He rewrote Indian history and presented a historical perspective. His research on ancient India and Mauryan period is valuable. Many of his books dealing with historical subjects are in discussion.
1935: Birth of Anand Yadav
Anand Yadav, a famous writer of Marathi literature was born on this day in Kagal. He wrote in various literary genres such as poetry, stories, novels, reviews, fine arts. He held the post of President of Grameen Sahitya Sammelan, Samarasata Sahitya Sammelan etc. He won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1990 for his autobiography Zombie. Anand Yadav has written more than 40 books. He died on 27 November 2016.
1900: Death of Irish writer Oscar Wilde
Oscar Fingal O’Flaherty Wills Wilde was an Irish playwright, novelist, poet and short story writer. He was born on 16 October 1854. He died at a very young age. But the writing he did in this life made him immortal. Oscar Wilde is the name of the person who created a sensation in the whole world with his pen. Oscar Wilde is named after Shakespeare. His writings contain deep experiences of life, secrets of relationships, interpretations of sacred beauty, stories of human sensibilities. >Indrakumar Gujral, the 12th Prime Minister of India, passed away on this day. He was born in the city of Jhelum in the present Punjab province of Pakistan. He was also jailed for his participation in the Chalejaw Movement of 1942. He had settled in India after partition. His political career started with the Delhi Municipal Corporation. In 1997, the Congress party, which had received external support from the United Alliance government, withdrew its support and the Deve Gowda government collapsed. But then there was a compromise between the Congress party and a joint alliance of some opposition parties. On condition that it will not be sidelined in important decisions, the Congress party agreed to support the government formed by the joint coalition under the leadership of the new leader. The United Alliance appointed Indra Kumar Gujral as its leader and was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India on 21 April 1997. Gujral remained as Prime Minister for 11 months. He was caretaker Prime Minister for 3 months out of which. After 1999, Indrakumar Gujral retired from active politics.
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