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30th September’21 – What Happened Today In History? | On This Day

 

Today In History?

Find out what happened on the 30th of September in History. There are a lot many happenings which had taken place on this date in the pages of Indian History, here we have listed some of the very important events occur 30th of September

 

Prosenjit Chatterjee ( born 30 September 1962), professionally known as Proshenjit, is a Bengali film actor. His fans affectionately called him Bumba Da.He is the son of actor Biswajit Chatterjee. He began his acting career as a child actor in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Chotto Jigyasa, for which he won the Bengal Film Journalists’ Association – Most Outstanding Work of the Year Award.

Shaan (born on 30 September 1972), known as Shaan, is an Indian playback singer active in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Urdu, Telugu and Kannada films and a television host. He hosted the shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs, Star Voice of India and “Star Voice of India 2”.

Deepti Bhatnagar (born 30 September 1967) is an Indian model and actress. Deepti Bhatnagar was born in a Hindu Kayastha family from Meerut. She did her early education from Delhi and attended Meerut University.

Anna Kashfi (born September 30, 1934) is an Anglo-Indian former film actress, who had a brief Hollywood career in the 1950s and is best known for having been married to Marlon Brando. Johanna O’Callaghan was born in Darjeeling and raised in Calcutta, India and, later, Cardiff, Wales, where the family moved in 1947.

Shyama Charan Lahiri (September 30, 1828 – September 26, 1895), best known as Lahiri Mahasaya, was an Indian yogi and a disciple of Mahavatar Babaji. He was also popularly known as Yogiraj and Kashi Baba.

 

Notable Moments:

 

1972 Pakistani troops shell into the Indian zone of Kashmir.

1989 INS Shalki, India’s first indigenously built submarine, launched in Bombay.

1990 Former Dy PM Devilal submits his letter of resignation.

1992 Laurie Baker wins Rs. 25 lakh UN World Habitat award.

1996 Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne, Sri Lankan social scientist, received the Gandhi Peace Prize 1996.