Check out below, what today in history India 4 June marks. On this day in history 4 June, you are likely to find birthdays, events, death anniversaries and more…
What is Today in history India 4 June
Famous people that have birthdays on this day in history 4 June
1937-Ramamurthy Thyagarajan, industrialist and founder of Chennai-based Shriram Group, a financial services conglomerate.
1946-S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Indian playback singer, actor, dubbing artist and film producer who works in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi and Malayalam.
1947-Ashok Saraf, Indian film and stage actor and comedian.
1950-Dinesh Trivedi,Indian politician serving as Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha.
1959-Anil Ambani, chairman of Reliance Group.
1976-Venu Thottempudi, Indian film actor who primarily works in Telugu cinema.
1980-Prashanth Neel,Indian film director who works in Kannada cinema.
1984-Priyamani,Indian film actress and former model, who works in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi-language films.
1995- Namita Toppo,Indian female field hockey player.
Today in history India 4 June – Famous people that had birthdays on this day in history 4 June
1884-Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV was the twenty-fourth maharaja of the Kingdom of Mysore.
1904-Bhagat Puran Singh was writer, a publisher, an environmentalist, and a philanthropist.
1931- Bina Rai was an Indian actress, primarily of the black and white era of Hindi cinema.
1936-Nutan was an Indian film actress.
1950-S. P. Y. Reddy was a three-time Lok Sabha MP and Industrialist who headed the Nandi Group of Industries.
Today in history India 4 June – Famous people that have death anniversaries on this day in history 4 June
1729-Kanhoji Angre was the chief of the Maratha Navy in 18th century India.
1917-Ranjitram Mehta was a Gujarati language writer from British India.
1999-G. S. Maddala was an Indian American economist, mathematician, and teacher.
Today in history India 4 June – Events that took place on this day in history 4 June
1784- Madame Elizabeth Thible becomes the first female balloonist.
1932- Edouard Herriot becomes Premier of France.
1964- Maldives adopts constitution.
1991- Pope John Paul II compares abortion with Nazi murders.
International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression is observed on 4 June to acknowledge the pain suffered by children throughout the world who are the victims of physical, mental and emotional abuse.