14 February in Indian and World History

14th February is celebrated, celebrated and commemorated in Indian and world history for many reasons. February 14th is the birthday of Zahir ud-din Muhammad Babur, Mohan Dariya, Madhubala and Sushma Swaraj.

14 February is also commemorated as the death anniversary of V. T. Krishnamachari and Vidyanivas Mishra.

14 February in Indian and World History
14 February in Indian and World History

Birth Anniversary

14 February is celebrated as the birthday of the following figures in Indian history:

Zahir ud-din Muhammad Babur (14 February 1483 – 26 December 1530), known as Babur in historical India, was a Mughal ruler. He is the founder of the Mughal dynasty in India.

Babur was Timur Lang’s great-grandson and believed that Genghis Khan was the ancestor of his line. With the defeat of Sultan Ibrahim Lodhi of the last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate (Lodhi dynasty) in the First Battle of Panipat in 1526 AD, the Mughal dynasty was established in India. He was born on February 14, 1483.

Mohan Dariya (14 February 1925 – 14 October 2013), former Union minister, lawyer and social activist of India. A two-time member of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Mohan Dariya is a well-known name in politics at state and national level.

He was Minister of State during Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s tenure in 1971, but left Congress after the declaration of a state of emergency in 1975. He later joined Bharatiya Lok Dal and became Minister of Commerce Moraji Desai in 1977 during Prime Ministerial Affairs. Ministerial tenure. Mohan Dariya is also Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission. He was born on February 14, 1925.

Madhubala (14 February 1933 – 23 February 1969), famous Indian film actress. She is one of the best actresses in the history of Indian cinema. Films like Mughal-e-Azam, Howrah Bridge, Kala Pani and Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi are still very much loved by cinema lovers. He was born on 14 February 1933 in Delhi.

Sushma Swaraj (14 February 1952 – 6 August 2019), Secretary of State in the United Cabinet of the Government of India. She ranks among the top female leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), one of India’s main political parties. Sushma Swaraj was also a member of the Eleventh, Twelve and Fifteenth Lok Sabhas.

In 2009, he became chair of the 19-member BJP ‘campaign committee’ for the Lok Sabha elections. Sushma Swaraj is the Minister of Union and the first female Prime Minister of the national capital, Delhi. He served as the External Affairs Minister of India from 26 May 2014 to 24 May 2019. He was born on 14 February 1952 in Ambala Cantonment, Haryana.

Death Anniversary

February 14th is commemorated in Indian history as the anniversary of the death of the following figures:

VT Krishnamachari (8 February 1881 – 14 February 1964) was an Indian civil servant and administrator. He was the Divan of Baroda from 1927 to 1944 and then Prime Minister of the state of Jaipur from 1946 to 1949. From 1961 to 1964 he was also a member of the Rajya Sabha. He died on February 14, 1964.

Vidyanivas Mishra (28 January 1926 – 14 February 2005), renowned Hindi writer, prolific editor, Sanskrit scholar and renowned linguist. According to literary critics, the Sanskrit language that permeated Mishra always attached great importance to words from regional Hindi dialects.

According to Vidyanivas Mishra: “If words from regional dialects were encouraged in Hindi, then the difficult official language, which is heavily Sanskrit, could be avoided.” For Mishra’s unprecedented contribution, the government of India honored him with the Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan. Died February 14, 2005.

14 February in Indian and World History

14 February 1537 – Sultan Bahadur Shah of Gujarat drowns while fleeing the Portuguese.

14 February 1556 – Akbar was crowned at the age of 13 at Kalanaur in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district.

February 14, 1628 – Shah Jahan ascends to the throne of Agra.

February 14, 1663 – Canada becomes a province of France.

February 14, 1743 – Henry Pelham becomes England’s first Chancellor of the Exchequer.

February 14, 1881 – The first homeopathic medical college in India is founded in Calcutta.

February 14, 1899 – The US Congress authorizes the use of voting machines in federal elections.

February 14, 1912 – The first diesel submarine is built at Groton near London.

February 14, 1920 – Women’s Suffrage League is formed in Chicago.

February 14, 1924 – IBM is founded on this day in New York.

February 14, 1945 – Peru, Chile, Paraguay and Ecuador become members of the United Nations.

February 14, 1972 – The US announces an easing of trade restrictions with China.

February 14, 1978 – The US announces multi-billion dollar arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel.

14 February 1989 – Union Carbide agrees to pay compensation to the government responsible for the Bhopal gas tragedy.

14 February 1990 – 92 people aboard Indian Airlines Flight 605 die in a plane crash in Bangalore.

14 February 1999 – On this day the fifth national match took place in Imphal.

February 14, 2001 – El Salvador is hit by a strong earthquake, killing 225 people.

February 14, 2004 – The German director’s film “Gegen die Wand” wins the “Golden Bear”.

February 14, 2005 – Famous writer Dr. Vidyanivas Mishra died in a traffic accident.

February 14, 2005 – Global video-sharing site YouTube goes live.

February 14, 2006 – Saddam Hussein goes on a hunger strike to protest the judges.

14 February 2008 – Bhojpuri Siddharth Singha’s short Udhedbun was awarded.

February 14, 2009 – Sania Mirza is in the final of the Pattaya Open Tennis.

14 February Pulwama attack – On February 14, 2019, Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed attacked a convoy of the Central Reserve Police Force in Pulwama, killing 40 personnel of the paramilitary force

February 14th is celebrated as Valentine’s Day. St Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd century, is credited with the concept of Saint Valentine.

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