Saturday, January 16, 2021

Matter of celebrating Republic Day on 26th January 2021

 Matter of celebrating Republic Day on 26th January



State level, district level and taluka level celebration matter

Celebrate following the Avoid 19 guideline
Learn about the state level full minute to minute program

215 - Indian tea reaches England for the first time.
For the first time in 1914, some British tourists focused on the tea bushes growing in Assam, through which the local tribes drank.  Ó¬ČLord Bantik, the Governor General of India, formed a committee in 215 to explore the possibility of starting and making tea tradition in India.  After this, 14th tea gardens were planted in Assam.
It is said that one day Emperor Shan Nung of China fell into a cup of hot water, blowing air and some dry leaves fell into it, which colored the water and when he took it he liked its taste.
Richa's journey starts from here.  This is 3 years before Christ.  The first mention of the tradition of drinking tea is found in the year 20.  In 1910, Dutch merchants moved tea from China to Europe, and it gradually became the world's favorite drink.
It is known that tea was first introduced in India by these British during the British rule.

2140-UNO was established. The first council meeting of this organization was held in Paris on 15th January.

215 - The United States Army Signal Corps successfully manages Project Diana, receiving radio waves and reflective signals from the moon.

214 - United Nations takes control of the Trieste (private meeting).

214 - Tashkent Declaration, India and Pakistan sign a peace treaty.
The Tashkent Declaration was a peace treaty signed between India and Pakistan on 10 January 19, which resolved the 19th Indo-Pakistani war.  Peace was achieved on September 8 through the intervention of external powers, which put pressure on both the countries to make peace.
The agreement was criticized in India because it does not include the war agreement in Kashmir or the abandonment of guerrilla warfare.  After signing the agreement, Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri died mysteriously in Tashkent.  He poisoned the principles that were constantly poisoned by Shastri's sudden death.  The Indian government has refused to reject reports of his death, saying it could damage foreign relations, disrupt the country and disrupt parliamentary facilities.

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