July 15 Special Day in India
Special days can be birthdays or the history of a particular person. Here in this article, you can check out the July 15 Special Day in India. There are famous personalities on the list of today special day in India. Let’s quickly head into the article to what happened today in Indian history and much more details
July 15 Special Day
People who aren’t aware of what is July 15 special day, is can head into this section. Well looking at the list of July 15 Special Day, today is
|S.No||July 15 Special Day|
|1||Developmental Disability Professionals Day|
|2||Celebration of the Horse Day|
|3||Orange Chicken Day|
|4||Fast of Tammuz|
#1. Developmental Disability Professionals Day
Celebrated every year on July 15, Developmental Disability Professionals Day about recognising the work done by developmental disability professionals. This is one of the fields where the people who work are unnoticed despite providing services to some of the most vulnerable people in the country. This day was established the day in 2020.
#2. Celebration of the Horse Day
The Celebration of the Horse Day is observed every year on July 15. The aim of this day is to encourage people to think about the economic, cultural, and historical contributions that horses have made. Horses have always had a great impact on the economy.
#3. Orange Chicken Day
Celebrated every year on July 15, National Orange Chicken Day is about honouring this delicacy. Orange Chicken might be a dish whose origins are in China but today this dish is popular across the world. On this Orange Chicken day try your hand at making this recipe and enjoy Orange Chicken.
#4. Fast of Tammuz
Observed this year on July 15, the Fast of Tammuz is observed on the 17th day of Tammuz, which is the fourth month on the Hebrew calendar. A Jewish fast day to commemorate the breach of the walls of Jerusalem Fast of Tammuz marks the beginning of The Three Weeks, a period commemorating the destruction of the Holy Temple.
What Special Day Celebrated on 15 July – Events
|2002||A. P. J. Abdul Kalam was elected 11th President of India|
|1997||Mahesh Chandra Mehta, the environmental activist, wins the Ramon Magsaysay Award.|
|1979||Morarji Desai resigns as Prime Minister of India.|
#1. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam was elected 11th President of India
It was on July 15, 2002, that Kalam won the 11th presidential election in India. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam succeeded K. R. Narayanan. He won the 2002 presidential election with an electoral vote of 922,884, surpassing the 107,366 votes won by Lakshmi Sahgal.
#2. Mahesh Chandra Mehta, the environmental activist, wins the Ramon Magsaysay Award.
Mahesh Chandra Mehta, more commonly known as M.C Mehta is an environmental activist. On July 15, 1997, Mahesh Chandra Mehta won the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Asia for Public Service. In 2016 he was awarded the civilian honour of the Padma Shri
#3. Morarji Desai resigns as Prime Minister of India.
It was on July 15, 1979, that Morarji Desai resigned as the Prime Minister of India. These were perilous times with a number of controversial trials of prominent Congress leaders and in 1979, Raj Narain and Charan Singh pulled out of the Janata Party, this forced Desai to resign from office and retire from politics.
July 15 Special Day in India – Birthdays
|1949||Chandramauli Kumar Prasad|
#1. Chandramauli Kumar Prasad
Born on July 15, 1949, Justice Chandramauli Kumar Prasad is the Chairman of the Press Council of India. Before he was appointed the chairman of the Press Council of India he served as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India from 8 February 2010 to 14 July 2014
A veteran actor K. Surendranatha Thilakan more commonly known as Thilakan was born on July 15, 1935. Thilakan was an Indian film and stage actor who appeared in over 200 Malayalam films. Known for his elaborate method of acting, and realistic appearances he has won 3 National Film Awards and 11 Kerala State Film Awards.
#3. Mohammad Usman
Born on July 15, 1912, Brigadier Mohammad Usman MVC was a high-ranking officer of the Indian Army. In fact, he was the highest ranking officer of the Indian Army killed during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947. As a Muslim, Usman became a symbol of India’s inclusive secularism.
#4. Nirmala Sheoran
Born on July 15, 1995, Nirmala Sheoran is an Indian sprinter who specializes in the 400 metres event. Born in Haryana, this 26-year-old Nirmala Sheoran qualified for two events at the 2016 Summer Olympics – the women’s 400 metres and the women’s 4 × 400 metres relay.
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