Newton, Gandhi, Nehru… Today is special in many ways, see full history of 4th January

Birth of Sir Isaac Newton, the great English physicist and mathematician who developed the theory of gravitation and the laws of motion. January 4 has been named for many other important events in the history of the country and the world.

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On this day many historical events take place in India as well as in the world which are forever recorded in the pages of history. So let’s know 4th January is remembered for important events in history. In fact, there are many people who have gone down in history by achieving extraordinary things in their fields. Louis Braille, the inventor of Braille for the blind, and Sir Isaac Newton, the great mathematician and physicist, are two such names. The fourth of January corresponds to the birth of these two.

On January 4, 1809, the great French educator Louis Braille was born, who invented a script that became the medium of education for the blind. Braille is named after him. At the same time, the date 4 January 1643 is recorded in history as the date of birth of Sir Isaac Newton, the great scientist of England. The great mathematician, physicist and astronomer Newton, who presented the laws of gravitation and the theory of motion, is considered the father of modern physics.

country-world January 4 is the date in history His name is recorded for many other important events, the details of which are as follows.

1604: After Prince Selim’s rebellion failed, he was presented to Emperor Akbar.

1642: King Charles of England attacked Parliament with 400 soldiers.

1643: Birth of Sir Isaac Newton, the great English physicist and mathematician who developed the theory of gravitation and the laws of motion.

1762: England declared war on Spain and Naples.

1809: Birth of Louis Braille, inventor of the script that helps the blind read and write. Louis lost his sight in an accident at the age of three.

1906: The Prince of Wales (who later became King George V) laid the foundation stone of the Victoria Memorial Hall in Calcutta.

1932: British East Indies Viceroy Willingdon arrested Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.

1948: The Southeast Asian country of Burma (Myanmar) gained independence from Britain.

1958: Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand set foot on the South Pole. In 1912, Captain Robert F. He was the first explorer to achieve this feat since Scott’s expedition. Hillary traveled about 113 kilometers with her team in bad weather.

1964: First diesel locomotive ready at Varanasi Locomotive Works.

1966: After the 1965 war between India and Pakistan, the Summit began in Tashkent, attended by Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri and Pakistani General Ayub Khan.

1972: The Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science has been established in New Delhi to investigate various crimes in a more advanced and modern way.

1990: In one of the deadliest incidents in the history of rail accidents in Pakistan, 307 people were killed and many injured when two trains collided.

2007: Nancy Pelosi has been elected Speaker of the US House of Representatives. She is the first woman to reach this position.

2010: The Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates has been officially opened. It was then called the tallest building in the world.

2021: Three engines and 17 coaches of a goods train derailed in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar district.

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