📆December 11, according to the Gregorian calendar 345th day of the year (346th day of leap year). The rest of the year is still 20 days.
💥1891: The first widow renaissance of the Telugu language was held in Rajahmundry, under the guidance of Kandukuri VereSalingam.
💥1911: King of Nepal Tribhuvan came to power.
💥1946: Rajendra Prasad was elected unanimously in the Indian Constituent Assembly presidential elections.
💥1946: United Nations subsidiary Unicef has come into effect.
💥1965: The BHEL plant at Ramachandrapur in Hyderabad was opened by the Indian Prime Minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri.
💥1967: 170 people were killed by the earthquake in western India. The magnitude of the earthquake was recorded at 6.5 on the Richter scale.
💝1882: Subramanya Bharathi, Tamil poet, freedom fighter. (Number 1921).
💝1864: Satyaraju Seetaramaiah, a journalist who runs magazines like Diaspora, Hindus and La Vermani. (Number 1945).
💝1896: Gondhi Mangaraju, a leading film distributor and producer.
💝1931: Osho is a renowned Indian spiritual teacher. (H .1990)
💝1934: Salim Durrani, former cricketer of India.
💝1935: Pranab Mukherjee, President of India 13th.
💝1948: Raghuvaran, is a well-known actor from South India. (Number 2008)
💝1967: Rajan Rao, a philosopher writer.
💝1969: Viswanathan Anand, India’s leading chess player.
🏵1756: Theodore van Nuhaff German adventurer. King of Corsica is famous. (January 1694).
🏵1783: Raghunath Rao, the 13th Peshwa of the Maratha Empire. (January 1734).
🏵2004: MS Subba Lakshmi, India’s leading singer. (January 1916).
🏵2011: Mallemala Sundara Rami Reddy, popular Telugu writer and film producer. (B .1924).
🏵2013: Srikantantha Narasimharaja Wodeyar, the descendant of the Mysore royal family. (January 1953).
💠International Mountain Day.