September 25, 2022
Aaj Ka Itihas: On September 8, the famous Hindi storyteller Radhakrishna was born

Aaj Ka Itihas 8 September 2022: In today’s history, today we will know about the events related to September 8. Let us tell you that on the 8th 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 have also read and heard about many such historical events about history, which must have been related to the history of 8th September.

So let’s try to know by turning the pages of some history that on this day i.e. September 8, 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 us know today about some important events in the history of September 8, 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. On September 8, many events happened in India and the world, which are named in the pages of history, and often you all must have read about many such historical events about history, which are related to the history of September 8.

So let us know which special events happened on this day in the history of the country and the world on 8th September.

Historical Events of 8 September ( 8 September Ka Itihas)

1504 – Michelangelo unveiled his famous statue of David in Florence, Italy.

1514 – Battle of Orsa, Lithuania and Pol forces defeat Russian forces at Orsa (present-day Belarus).

1271 – John XXI elected as Pope.

1320 – Ghazi Malik becomes the Sultan of Delhi.

1331 – Stefan Uros IV proclaims himself King of Serbia.

1449 – Battle of Tumu Fort – Mongolia takes the Emperor of China hostage.

1504 – Michelangelo releases his famous statue of David in Florence, Italy.

1514 – Battle of Orsa, Lithuania and Pol forces defeat Russian forces at Orsa (present-day Belarus).

1549 – France declares war on England.

1553 – The city of Litchfield is formed in England.

1563 – Maximilian is elected King of Hungary.

1689 – China and Russia sign the Treaty of Nertszinsk (Nirchul).

1864 – The Red Cross is founded in Geneva.

1899 – A. T. Marshall patented the refrigerator.

1900 – The first Davis Cup series begins in Boston.

1900 – America defeats Great Britain.

1900 – Cyclone and tidal storms kill 6000 people in Galveston, Texas

1942 – Indian National Congress passes ‘Quit India Resolution’ in Bombay (now Mumbai) session.

1943 – During World War II, Italy signs an unconditional armistice treaty with Allied forces, which is announced by General Eisenhower.

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1952 – 35 countries including India signed the First World Conference on Copyright in Geneva.

1962 – China intruded into the eastern border of India.

1966 – UNESCO started celebrating “Literacy Day” to make people aware of studies.

1967 – For the first time after independence, the party running the government at the center had to face defeat in the Lok Sabha elections.

1967 – Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand meet to establish the Group of Southeast Asian Nations.

1986 – Chile’s President Augusto Pinochet narrowly escapes a deadly attack. Five of his bodyguards were killed and 11 others were injured in the attack, while General Pinochet suffered minor injuries.

1988 – Well-known businessman Vijaypat Singhania reached Ahmedabad from London in his Micro Light Single Engine Aircraft.

1988 – The withdrawal of Russian forces begins after nine years of war in Afghanistan.

1991 – The Republic of Macedonia becomes independent.

1991 – The United Nations Security Council approves the membership of North and South Korea.

1994 – People’s representatives of China and Taiwan sign cooperation agreement.

1994 – The link road connecting Israel and Jordan is opened.

1997 – Patrick Rafter receives his first Grand Slam title at the US Open Tennis Championship.

2000 – Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee slams Pakistan while delivering a speech in Hindi during the United Nations Peace Summit.

2002 – Maoists kill 119 police personnel in Nepal.

2003 – Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon arrives in New Delhi on a four-day visit to India.

2006 – Malegaon bomb blasts occur in Nashik district of Maharashtra.

1862 – The Millennium of Russia Monument is unveiled in Novgorod.

1888 – Isaac Perel’s submarine was first tested.

1888 – The first six Football League matches are played in England.

1900 – Galveston Hurricane: The Galveston Hurricane kills about 8,000 people in Texas.

1905 – The 7.2 M Calabria earthquake kills 557 in southern Italy and 2,500 people.

1914 – World War I: Private Thomas Highgate becomes the first British soldier to be executed for procrastination during the war.

1921 – 16-year-old Margaret Gorman wins the Golden Mermaid trophy at the Atlantic City pageant, later given the first Miss America title by pageant officials.

1923 – Honda Point disaster: 7 US Navy destroyers collide off the California coast.

1926 – Germany joins the League of Nations.

1930 – 3M Marketing Scotch Transparent Tape was introduced.

1933 – Ghazi bin Faisal becomes the king of Iraq.

1934 – A fire aboard the passenger liner SS Morrow Castle, off the New Jersey coast, kills 137 people.

1941 – World War II: German forces begin the Siege of Leningrad.

1943 – World War II: General Dwight D. Eisenhower of the United States publicly declares an armistice with Italy.

1944 – World War II: London is attacked for the first time by a V-2 rocket.

1946 – Referendum in Bulgaria ends monarchical rule.

1954 – The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (CATOO) was established.

1966 – Historical American science fiction premieres on the television series Star Trek with its first broadcast episode The Man Trap.

1971 – Washington, D.C. In 2006, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts was inaugurated.

1988 – Due to a fire, U.L. Yellowstone National Park was closed for the first time in history.

1991 – The Republic of Macedonia becomes independent.

2006 – There was a bomb blast in Malegaon in Nashik district of Maharashtra.

Famous People Born on 8 September (8 September Famous People Birth)

1910 – Radhakrishna, the famous Hindi storyteller, was born.

1922 – Sid Caesar, American comedian (Your Show of Shows) was born.

1926 – Bhupen Hazarika, lyricist, composer and singer, was born.

1933 – Asha Bhosle, who sang more than 12 thousand songs in 20 languages, was born.

1989 – Swedish DJ Avicii was born.

2002 – West Indian cricketer Laurie Williams was born.

1943 – Asha Bhosle, the famous playback singer, was born.

1989 – Swedish DJ Avicii was born.

Famous people died on 8th September (Famous Persons Death on 8 September)

1949 – Richard Strauss, German composer and conductor, died.

1960 – Feroze Gandhi, a famous freedom fighter and influential member of the Lok Sabha, died.

1982 – Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah died, revolutionary leader of Jammu and Kashmir, who later became the Prime Minister and Chief Minister of this state.

2006 – Peter Brock, Australian race car driver, died.

Important Festival and Days on 8 September

World Literacy Day

Victory Day (Malta)

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