Indian History Of Today- September 21
- On 21 September 1743, Hindu Rajput ruler of Amber State, Jai Singh II passed away.
- On September 21, 1857, Bahadur Shah Zafar-II surrendered to British soldiers.
- Indian playwright and poet Gurazada Apparao was born on September 21, 1862, in Andhra Pradesh.
- On 21 September 1882, the first Metropolitan Archbishop Geevarghese Ivanios was born in Trivandrum.
- On 21 September 1895, Hindi poet, novelist and story writer Annapurna Nand Varma was born.
- Bengali writer and journalist Tushar Kanti Ghosh born on 21 September 1898 in Kolkata.
- On 21 September 1939 Indian politician and former member of Legislative Assembly Swami Agnivesh was born.
- On September 21, 1954, the last Indian soldiers were removed from Tibet.
- On September 21, 1984, the National Animal Genetic Resources Bureau was set up.
- Indian film producer Tarachand Barjatya passed away on September 21, 1992.
- Pneumonic plague outbreak in Surat city of Gujarat on September 21, 1994.
- India lost by 5 wickets in the last match of the Sahara Cup on September 21, 1997. India won the series by 4-1 in Toronto.
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