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26 January history of India and the world


Let us know some important events of January 26, knowing that your general knowledge will increase. On January 26 many events took place in India and the world, which are named in the pages of history(history of India and world ), and often you all must have read about many of these historical events related to the history that took place on January 26 With respect to the history of November, let us know what special events happened in the current history of the country and the world on this day. Know what happened on January 26 in Indian History( Historical Events) and World History.

25 January history of India and the world – Historical Events

On This Day in History

List of important historical events of 26 January

1666 – France declares war against England.
1905 – World’s largest 3106-carat diamond Cullinan found in an excavation in South Africa
1972 – National memorial Amar Jawan Jyoti is established at India Gate in Delhi.
1950 – After almost 100 years of British rule, India became a full republic on this day and the Constitution of India came into force.
2001 – Western parts of India and many parts of Pakistan were affected by a major earthquake that caused thousands of people to die.
1841 – Hong Kong goes under British occupation
1845 – British General Charles Garden killed in Sudan
1930 – Swaraj Day was celebrated for the first time in India under British rule.
1931 – Mahatma Gandhi was released for talks with the British government during the ‘Civil Disobedience Movement’
1931 – Austria and Hungary sign ‘Peace Treaty’
1934 – Ten-year non-aggression pact between Poland and Germany
1950 – Chakravarti Rajagopalachari, the first and last Governor-General of independent India, resigned from his post in 1950 and Dr. Rajendra Prasad became the first President of the country
1950 – The lions of the Ashoka Pillar at Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh are recognized as national icons.
1937 – The name of the Federal Court of India (‘Federal Court of India’) formed in 1950 was changed to the Supreme Court (‘Supreme Court of India’) in 1950.
1963 – The government of India declared it a national bird on 26 January due to the peacock’s amazing beauty.
1981 – Keeping in mind the ease of air traffic in Northeast India, Air service Vayudoot started.
1982 – To make tourists enjoy the luxury rail journey, Indian Railways started the Palace on Wheels service.
1994 – First women police station inaugurated in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
1999 – The World Conference on Sexual Exploitation of Women was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
2000 – The Konkan Railway Project was completed and the first passenger train was run.
2001 – Thousands of people were killed in the tremendous earthquake in Bhuj of Gujarat.
2003 – President of Iran ‘Syed Mohammed Khatami’ attended the Republic Day celebrations.
2004 – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth Announces the title of ‘Knight’ to Microsoft President Bill Gates.
2008 – On the occasion of 59th Republic Day, the country’s first female President Pratibha Patil took the salute of the parade.
2008 – NR Narayan Murthy was awarded ‘The Officer of the Legion of Hour’, the highest civilian honor of the Government of France.
2010 – India’s first female President and serially ranked 12th President Pratibha Patil announced the names of 130 people who received the Padma Award

26 January Famous People Birth

  • Satyavati Devi – was a communist woman and freedom fighter.
  • Rani Gaidinlu – Indian female freedom fighter

Famous person Death on 26 January

  • Edward Jenner – Famous physician
  • R.B. K. Laxman famous cartoonist

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