An active member of the Naujawan Bharat Sabha, Devi came into prominence when the Sabha decided to observe the 11th anniversary of Kartar Singh Sarabha’s martyrdom on 16 November 1926 in Lahore.
Vengalil Krishnan Krishna Menon was born in Thalassery, Kerala to a wealthy and influential family in 1896. His father was an advocate. His great-grandfather was the Dewan of Travancore.
Born on October 6, 1893 in Shaoratoli, a village near Dhaka, the present-day Bangladesh. He was forced to leave Dhaka Collegiate School for his participation in the Swadeshi movement.
It has been almost five years since playwright, actor, satirist, lawyer and political commentator Cho Ramaswamy died of a cardiac arrest in Chennai – the city he called home for all his 82 years.
Born in 1945, just years before the Independence, Madhavrao Scindia is still remembered as the suave king who never lost an election ever since he took to politics.
Rafi Ahmed Kidwai died on 24 October 1954 aged 60, while he was still holding office as a Minister.
Remembering Ismat Chughtai on her Death Anniversary: India’s most iconic writer who fought for Freedom of Speech, Ismat Chughtai was considered to be one of the four pillars of modern Urdu short story.
RK Laxman is known for his cartoon which projected the hopes, fears, aspirations, and troubles of the Indian man.
German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was born on October 15, 1844.
World Post Day 2020: World Post Day is celebrated every year on October 9 to spread awareness about the role of Post’s in day to day lives of people and businesses. Apart from that, to know about the contribution to global social and economic development.
JP’s idea of total Revolution created a spark among the national protest against the misrule of Congress government.
Begum Akhtar received the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for vocal music and was awarded Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan (posthumously) by the government of India.
We are all aware of Gandhi’s role in India’s independence without any violence. October 2 is also observed as the International Day of non-violence as directed by the UN General Assembly.
International Day of Non-Violence 2020: On 15 June 2007, the United Nations General Assembly voted to establish 2 October as the International Day of Non-Violence.
International Translation Day 2020: The idea of an officially recognized International Translation Day was introduced by FIT in the year 1991 to show solidarity of the translation community worldwide.
The 13th Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh is one of the most knowledgeable people of our country, he is also called the father of the liberal economy in India.
Daughter’s Day 2020: Some women have made a huge difference in the lives of ordinary Indian females by their never ending effort. Here are 10 famous feminists that we look at today.
Born in Uttar Pradesh’s Balia in 1956, Harivansh Narayan Singh has spent over four decades as a Hindi journalist, working across Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Bihar, and West Bengal.
It is said that Guru Nanak traveled entire Asia and taught people about ‘one God’ and that the God constitutes the eternal truth and he resides in his creations.