Today in History – 6 January

Share This Post

6 January 1664

Chhatrapati Shivaji attacked Surat.

6 January 1818

Dominion of Holkar in India is annexed with Rajput states and come under the British protection.

6 January 1832

Publication of ‘Darpan’ magazine started.

6 January 1842

4,500 British & Indian troops leave Kabul.

6 January 1847

Saint Tyagaraja, the great musician, died.

6 January 1947

All India Congress Committee accepted the division of the country.

6 January 1948

Security Council takes up India’s complaint charging Pakistan with aggression in Kashmir.

6 January 1953

Stalin Peace Prize awarded to Dr. S. Kitchlew.

6 January 1972

America declared Naval Drill in the Indian Ocean.

6 January 1979

Rohini-200, first monsoon experimental rocket, launched from Thumba.

6 January 1980

In the general election (7th) of India, Indira Gandhi led Indian National Congress Party gains a two-thirds majority in the Lok Sabha legislative elections.

6 January 1981

Indian Ocean bed on their research ship Gavesani of the National Institute succeeded from the depth of 4,300 meters.

6 January 1987

An International Conference to commemorate the 75 anniversary of the African National Congress opens in New Delhi.

6 January 1989

Satwant Singh (24) and Kehar Singh (54) executed for the murder case of Smt. Indira Gandhi in Tihar Jail at New Delhi.


Related Posts

Art and Literature of Middle Ages

Art during the Middle Ages was different based on...

Literature of Ancient India: Sanskrit Drama

The origin of Sanskrit drama is in obscurity; there...

The Bhakti Movement of the Medieval Age

The Bhakti Movement, one of the most remarkable features...

Saivism: Origin, Principles and Kinds

The origin of Saivism may be traced to, as...

Sikhism – An Introduction to Sikh Religion

Sikhism had its origin in the teachings of Guru...

The Gandhara Art

The Gandhara Art, justifying its name, is localized to...
- Advertisement -spot_img