September 25, 2022
Aaj Ka Itihas: The famous Kakori incident happened on 9th September, know today’s history

Aaj Ka Itihas 9 September 2022: In today’s history, today we will know about the events related to September 9. Let us tell you that on the 9th of September in the pages of history, there are many such important events that happened in India and the world, about which it is very interesting to know. Many times you must have also read and heard about many such historical events about history, which must have been related to the history of 9th September.

So let us try to know by turning the pages of some history that on this day i.e. September 9, what are the main events that happened in the country and the world.

Often we hear that our history is very old, but we do not have complete information about the history of our country and the world, so we are making a small effort here, which will give you information about the history of the whole country and the world and today’s history. So that your knowledge can increase further.

So let’s know today about some important events in the history of September 9, about the birthdays of those people who came to the world and made a big name, as well as about those famous people who left this world. It is noteworthy that on September 9, many events took place in India and the world, whose names are recorded in the pages of history and often you all must have read about many such historical events about history, which is related to the history of September 9.

So let us know that on 9th September in the history of the country and the world, what were the special events that happened on this day.

Important events of August 9

1173 – The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, begins construction.

1329 – Pope John 22 establishes the first Catholic diocese in Cullon, India.

1483 – The Vatican’s Sistine Chapel opens for prayer.

1902 – Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark are crowned King and Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

1907 – The first Boy Scout camp ends on Brownsea Island in southern England.

1925 – A train robbed at Kakori near Lucknow, India.

1936 – Summer Olympic Games: Jesse Owens wins his fourth gold medal in the sport.

1944 – The United States Forest Service and the Wartime Advertising Council release the first posters featuring Smokey Bear.


1971 – The Troubles: Operation Demetrius is launched by British forces in Northern Ireland.

1973 – Mars 7 was launched from the USSR.

1993 – The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan loses its 38-year grip on the national leadership.

1999 – Russian President Boris Yeltsin fires his prime minister, Sergei Stepashin, and the entire cabinet.

2006 – At least 21 suspected terrorists are arrested in the 2006 transatlantic plane conspiracy that took place in the United Kingdom. The arrests were made in overnight operations in London, Birmingham and High Wycombe.

2010 – Bengal won the Santosh Trophy national football competition after 11 years by defeating Punjab 2–1.

2013 – At least 10 people are killed and 30 are injured at a Sunni mosque in the city of Quetta.

2014 – Michael Brown, an 18-year-old African American male, is shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. 1831 – The first steam engine train runs in America.

1842 – The United States and Canada are demarcated under the Webster Ashburton Treaty.

1892 – Thomas Alva Edison patents the two-way telegraph.

1910 – Alva Fischer patents an electric washing machine.

1925 – The incident of the famous Kakori incident took place.

1942 – Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi arrested along with 50 supporters after giving ‘Do or Die’ slogan with Quit India Movement in Mumbai.

1942 – Freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose established the Indian National Army in Malaya (now Malaysia) with the help of Japan.


1963 – India becomes the first country to sign the Nuclear Weapons Test Ban Treaty in Moscow, the capital of Russia.

1965 – Singapore secedes from the Malaysian Federation and becomes an independent nation.

1971 – India and the Soviet Union sign a 20-year non-aggression pact.

1971 – Signing of the India-Pakistan Friendship Treaty.

1973 – The Soviet Union launches Mars 07.

2005 – NASA’s manned space shuttle Discovery makes a safe landing at an airbase in California after a 14-day adventure and adventure.

In 2006, the Nepal government and the Maoists agreed on a UN surveillance issue.

2007 – Spacecraft Endeavor set out on its mission with a team of scientists to carry forward the important repair work on the International Space Station.

2008 – Mohamed Shafi Ardal, Malaysia’s cultural minister and parliamentarian, is elected as the new president of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) with the support of the Indian delegation.

2010 – Bengal beat Punjab to win the Santosh Trophy national football tournament after 11 years.

2012 – The Indian Army successfully test-fired the nuclear-capable Agni-II ballistic missile.

Born on 9 August

1201 – Arnold Fitz Thedmer, English historian and merchant, was born.

1537 – Francisco Barrozzi, Italian mathematician and astronomer, was born.

1631 – John Dryden, English poet, playwright, and critic, was born.

1876 ​​- The birth of Lord Lytton II, the British governor of Bengal (1922–27 AD) and Manchuria.

1891 – Francis Werner Wiley, governor of the United Provinces, was born.

1893 – Novelist Shivpujan Sahay was born.

1892 – Eminent librarian and educationist S. R. Ranganathan was born.

1201 – Arnold Fitz Thedmer, English historian and businessman, was born.

1537 – Francisco Barrozzi, Italian mathematician and astronomer, was born.

1603 – Johannes Cossius, German-Dutch theologian and academic, was born.

1631 – John Dryden, English poet, playwright, and critic, was born.

1876 ​​– Lord Lytton II, the British Governor of Bengal (1922-27 AD) and Manchuria, was born.

1891 – Francis Werner Wiley, Governor of the United Provinces, was born.

1892 – Renowned librarian and educationist Ranganathan S. R. was born.

1893 – Novelist Shivapoojan Sahay was born. 1909 – Jnanpith Award winner Vinayak Krishna Gokak was born.

1933 – Manohar Shyam Joshi, famous prose writer, novelist, satirist and journalist of modern Hindi literature was born.

1937 – Hindi litterateur Abhimanyu Anat was born.

1975 – Mahesh Babu, Indian actor, was born.

1991 – Hansika Motwani, an Indian film actress, was born.

Died on 9 August

1962 – Hermann Heisse, German poet and author, Nobel laureate, died.

1970 – Triloknath Chakraborty, a freedom fighter who spent 30 years in prison, died.

2002 – Famous storyteller and Hindi writer Ramkinkar Upadhyay passed away.

2016 – Kalikho Pul, the former Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, died.

Important events and festivities of 9 August

Indian Revolution Day or ‘August Revolution Day’

Nagasaki Day

Quit India Movement Memorial Day

world tribal day

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