|History of 7th June|
Today’s day is closely associated with the Taj Mahal, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. At the same time, on this day, India decided to give one billion rupees for the economic reconstruction of Nepal. Know the complete history of June 7.
June 7 is the 158th day of the year and now there are 207 days left of the year. Today’s day is closely associated with the Taj Mahal, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. In fact, Shah Jahan’s wife Mumtaz Mahal died on 7 June.
Mumtaz Mahal breathed her last while giving birth to her 14th child in Burhanpur. In his memory, Shah Jahan found the Azim Mujasm of white marble love on the banks of the Yamuna in Agra, named Taj Mahal after Mumtaz.
The sequence of other events recorded on the date of June 7 in the history of the country is as follows.
- The Indian government banned 960 foreigners Tablighi Jamaat
- On the same day in 1539, Sher Shah Suri defeated the Mughal Emperor Humayun at the Battle of Chausa near Buxar.
- In 1557, England declared war against France to date.
- On this day in 1631, Mumtaz Begum, wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, died.
- Mumtaz died at the age of 39 at the time of the birth of the 14th child.
- In 1780, around 100 people were killed in anti-Catholic riots in London.
- Mahatma Gandhi used civil disobedience for the first time in South Africa in 1893.
- In 1971, the World Health Organization confirmed three thousand deaths from cholera in India’s border areas bordering East Pakistan.
- The birth of Mahesh Bhupathi, who brightened India’s name in the game of tennis around the world in 1974.
- In 1975, the National Film Award was transformed into the National Film Festival and its emblem was made of lotus flowers.
- In 1979, India’s second satellite, Bhaskar I, was launched into space from Bayers Lake in the Soviet Union.
- In 1995, Norman Thagard of America became the longest-lived astronaut in space orbit.
- In 1997, Mahesh Bhupathi became the first Indian to win a Grand Slam tennis title.
- In 2000, a US court directed the Microsoft company to be split into two.
- In 2004, the Israeli cabinet approved a proposal to remove settlements from the Gaza region.
- In 2006, India decided to pay one billion rupees for the economic reconstruction of Nepal.
- In 2006, Iraqi terrorist Abu Musab al Zarqawi of Jordan descent was killed in a US airstrike. He was the self-styled head of the radical Islamic organization Al Qaeda in Iraq.