What is today in history India 12 February – Indian celebrities birthday on this day in history 12 February
Today in history India 12 February – today special day in India 12 February
1824- Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, the great social reformer and the inspiration of Arya Samaj.
1924- Dhirendra Brahmachari, yoga guru of Yogi Bhajan who taught Kundalini Yoga in the West and founded 3HO.
1939- Ajit Singh, politician, founder and chief of the Rashtriya Lok Dal.
1949- Gundappa Viswanath, former Indian cricketer who was one of India’s finest batsmen throughout the 1970s.
1957- T. P. Lahane, an ophthnmologist who set a world record with more than 162,000 cataract surgeries.
1962- Jagapati Babu, film actor known for his works in Telugu cinema in addition to a few Tamil and Malayalam films.
1963- G. C. Chandrashekhar, Indian politician from the Indian National Congress.
1967- N. Ravikiran, instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, guru, author and orator, he is also the creator of the concept melharmony in world music.
1978- Nisa Godrej, chairperson of Godrej Consumer Products Limited Consumer Products.
1984- Mehrajuddin Wadoo, former Indian football player and is the current assistant coach of the Hyderabad FC.
Special day today 12 february – Events that took place on this day in history 12 february
1915- Adolf Hitler receives the relatively common Iron Cross second class for bravery in World War I.
National Freedom to Marry Day is celebrated on February 12, 2020. In particular this unofficial holiday in the USA refers to the freedom to have same-sex marriages.
The National Productivity Week Festival is being organized by the National Productivity Council by 12-18 February.
Every year, 12 February is celebrated as Hug Day.
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Famous people that have death anniversary on this day in history 12 february
1968- Puvvula Suri Babu, Indian actor and singer on stage and cinema.
1980- Ramesh Chandra Majumdar, historian and professor of Indian history.
1981- Shantaram Athavale, Marathi film director, lyricist, and author.
1995- Om Mehta, Minister of State for Home, Personnel and Parliamentary Affairs in the Indira Gandhi’s government in 1976.
2001- Bhakti Barve, Indian film, theatre and television actress in Marathi, Hindi and Gujarati.