Today in History – 5 March

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today in history 5 March


Maharaja Jaisingh-II crowned as King of Jaipur kingdom and sat on Amber throne.


Geological Survey of India was established in Calcutta.


Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatwadekar Save Dada alias, who filmed the felicitation function of Wrangler R. P. Paranjapye, was born. This film was titled as “”The Fresh Indian Regular of Cambridge University.”” He was the First Short Documentary Film Maker of Inndi


Shushila Didi, great freedom fighter, was born at Datton Chuhad village, Punjab. She is remembered for her association in the revolutionary activities of Bhagat Singh.


Mahatma Gandh & British viceroy Lord Irwin sign a pact referred in Indian History as “”Gandhi-Irwin Pact””, after which the civic disobedience movement was taken


C. Rajagopalachari appointed the first Indian Governor General to succeed Lord Mountbatten on 21 June.


India and China agree to open two new border points including Nathu La (Sikkim) to facilitate meetings between their military personnel.


The indigenously-built multi-barrel rocket launcher ”Pinaka” is successfully test-fired at Chandipur-on-sea in Orissa.

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