24 January history, on this day Jana Gana Mana was adopted as the national anthem, know the history of 24 January

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24 January history, on this day Jana Gana Mana was adopted as the national anthem, know the history of 24 January

New Delhi: ‘Jana Gana Mana’ written by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore was adopted as the national anthem of India on 24 January 1950. It was originally written in Bengali in 1911 and ignited a patriotic fervor among Indians during the independence movement. Its Hindi version was adopted by the Constituent Assembly as the national anthem of India. Apart from this, January 24 witnessed the calming of the voice ‘deep as the ocean and as calm as a lake’.

In fact, on 24 January 2011, Bharat Ratna Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, the most powerful and melodious signature of Indian classical music, breathed his last. The singing of Pandit Joshi, who gave his voice to the song ‘Mile Sur Mera Tumhaara’ aired on Doordarshan and gave a melodious message to unite every countryman in one thread, gave a new place to the singing style of Kirana Gharana.

The sequence wise details of other important events recorded on today’s date in the history of the country and the world are as follows:-

1556: Earthquake killed more than eight lakh people in China’s Shaansi province. 1826: Birth of first Indian barrister Gyanendra Mohan Tagore. 1857: Establishment of Calcutta University. 1937: Bulgaria and Yugoslavia signed friendship treaty for a long time. Ended the coming enmity. 1950: ‘Jana Gana Mana…’ was accepted as the national anthem of India. Rajendra Prasad was elected the first President of the Republic of India. 1951: Prem Mathur became the first female pilot to obtain a commercial license. 1952: The first International Film Festival was organized in Bombay (now Mumbai). 1957: The United Nations Security Council decided the future of Kashmir. 1965: The then Prime Minister of India Lal Bahadur Shastri dedicated to the nation the Sharavati hydroelectric power project built in Jog, Mysore (now Karnataka). It was said to be India’s largest power project made with the help of America at that time. 1965: Sir Winston Churchill died at the age of 90 at his home in London. 1966: Air India’s Boeing 707 crashed. 117 people died in it. 2004: The robotic rover ‘Opportunity’ sent in mid-2003 for exploration of the surface of Mars landed on Mars. 2006: According to the censorship laws of China, the new search engine Google, Announced to make CN, which will not have the facility of e-mail and blog. 2009: Second bypass surgery of the then Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh. Earlier, he had bypass surgery in 1990 and angioplasty in 2003. 2011: Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, great singer and composer of Hindustani classical music, passed away.