Famous Indian Persons Birthdays and Their Importance

Famous Indian Persons Birthdays and Their Importance

Famous Indian Persons BirthdaysFamous Indian Persons Birthdays and Their Importance: In our Indian history there are lot of eminent personalities who are created a great history. In our Indian history we can see great emperors like Chandragutha Maurya, emperor Ashoka, Samudraguptha and so many kings. We need to learn about their history and their greatness. The bellow depicted table will give you the life details of our great kings and and famous political leaders (who fought for our independence). This  topic is very important in gk and general knowledge section in competitive examinations.

Great kings and and famous political leaders – Life Details:

Name Birthday Died Year Popular For
Chandragupta Maurya 340BC 298BC Established Maurya Empire
Ashoka 304BC 232BC India’s Greatest Ruler
Samudragupta 335AD 380AD King of Gupta dynasty, popularly known as Indian Napoleon
Prithviraj Chauhan 1148 1192 Rajput ruler of Ajmed and Delhi
 Guru Nanak  15th Apr 1469  22th Sep 1539 Founder of the religion of Sikhism
 Babur  14th Feb 1483  26th Dece 1530 Founder of Mughal dynasty in India
 Akbar  14th Oct 1542  27th Oct 1605 Greatest ruler of Mughal dynasity
 Jahangir  20th Sep 1569  8th Nov 1627 Sultan of Mughal dynasity
 Shah Jahan  5th Jan 1592  22th Jan 1666 Sultan of Mughal dynasity
 Aurangzeb  4th Nov 1618  3rd Mar 1707 Sultan of Mughal dynasity
 Shivaji  19th Feb 1627  3rd Apr 1680 Founder of Maratha Empire
 Tipu Sultan  20th Nov 1750  4th May 1799 Ruler of Mysore Kingdom
 Mirza Ghalib  27th Dec 1797  15th Feb 1869 Famous poet during late Mughal Period
 Maharshi Dayanand  12th Feb 1824  30th Oct 1883 Hindu religious leader
 Dadabhai Naoroji  4th Sep 1825  30th June 1917 First Indian MP in British Parliament
 Mangal Pandey  19th July 1827  8th Apr 1857 First martyr of sepoy mutiny, 1857
 Rani Lakshmi Bai  19th Nove 1828  18th June 1858 Rani of Jhansi, leader of Indian rebellion 1857
 Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata  3rd March 1839  19th May 1904 Founder of TATA Group
 Bal Gangadhar Tilak  23rd July 1856  1st Aug 1920 Social reformer and leader of Indian Independence Movement
 Motilal Nehru  6th May 1861  6th Feb 1931 Lawyer and two time President of Indian Congress
 Rabindranath Tagore  7th May 1861  7th Aug 1941 Famous Indian Literature and Poet and also first Nobel Prize receiver from India and Asia
 Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya  25th Dec 1861  1946 Leader of Indian Independence Movement and founder of Banaras Hindu University
 Lala Lajpat Rai  28th Jan 1865  17th Nov 1928 Known as Punjab Kesari and Leader of Indian Independence Movement
 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi  2nd Oct 1869  30th Jan 1948 Father of Nation
 Sri Aurobindo  15th Aug 1872  5th Dec 1950 Indian freedom fighter and spiritual leader
 Vallabhbhai Patel  31st Oct 1875  15th Dec 1950 Leader of Indian Independence Movement and first Home Minister of India
 Sarojini Naidu  13th Feb 1879  2nd Mar 1949 Know as Nightingale of India and first Governor of India
 Munshi Premchand  31st July 1880  8th Oct 1936 Famous Indian writer in Hindi Language
 Rajendra Prasad  3rd Dec 1884  28th Feb 1963 First President of India
 Maulana Azad  11th Nov 1888  22th Feb 1958 First Education Minister of India
 Jawaharlal Nehru  14th Nov 1889  27th May 1964 First Prime Minister of India
 Dr. B. R. Ambedkar  14th Apr 1891  6th Dec 1956 Chief architect of the Indian Constitution
 Subhas Chandra Bose  23rd Jan 1897  1945 Prominent leader of Indian Independence Movement and founder of Indian National Army
 Jayaprakash Narayan  11th Oct 1902  8th Oct 1979 Known as Loknayak and prominent social leader of independent India
 J. R. D. Tata  29th July 1904  29th Nov 1993 Former Chairman of TATA Group
 Lal Bahadur Shastri  2nd Oct 1904  11th Jan 1966 Second Prime Minister of India
 Bhagat Singh  28th Sep 1907  23rd March 1931 Indian revolutionaries of independence movement
 Homi J. Bhabha  30th Oct 1909  24th Jan 1966 Known as “father of Indian nuclear programme” and founder Director of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
 Mother Teresa  26th Aug 1910  5th Sep 1997 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize
 Jyoti Basu  8th July 1914  17th Jan 2010 Five time Chief Minister of West Bengal and Longest Serving Chief Minister of Any State of India
 M.S. Subbulakshmi  16th Sep 1916  11th Dec 2004 Renowned carnatic vocalist and winner of Bharat Ratna
 Indira Gandhi  19th Nov 1917  31st Oct 1984 First Lady Prime Minister of India
 Vikram Sarabhai  21st Aug 1919  31st Dec 1971 Father of Indian Space Program and Chairman of ISRO
 Amrita Pritam  31st Aug 1919  31st Oct 2005 Punjabi Writer and Poet
 Amartya Sen  3rd Nov 1933 Indian Economist and Nobel Prize winner

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