Monday, February 9, 2015

9 February - Day in History of India and Importance

1757 - Treaty Between Siraj-ud-Daulah and Robert Clive. British were allowed to safeguard their fort and open mint.

1931 - A set of six stamps were released during the inauguration of New Delhi as the capital of India. It was shifted from Calcutta.

1946 - Demonstration were held against trial of INA men. Mutiny in Navy in Mumbai harbour.

1951 - First census of free India started.


1917 - Homi Talyarkhan
1929 - A.R. Antule


1984 - Balasaraswati - World famous bharatanatyam exponent and Carnatic music singer

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