March 30 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 March 30 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
March 30 Special Day
People who aren’t aware of what is March 30 special day, can head into this section. Well looking on the list of March 30 Special Day, today is
|S.No||March 30 Special Day|
|2||World Bipolar Day|
#1. Doctors’ Day
Doctor’s day is an annual observance that is aimed at appreciating the efforts and sacrifices made by doctors and physicians across the world to improve the conditions of human beings. Their service is especially notable in the past few years with the pandemic and all sorts and forms of diseases taking over the world.
#2. World Bipolar Day
Vincent van Gogh was born on March 30th and his birthday is observed as World Bipolar day. Vincent van Gogh was one of the most influential painters in the world but his creativity was paralleled with his mental illness of which he was posthumously diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
#3. Land Day
This is a day that has a high significance in Palestinian culture as this is a day that reminds people of Palestine as well as others of the rich history and culture of Palestine. On this day read about Palestine’s history, especially the land conflict that resulted in Land day being observed today.
#4. Rajasthan Day
Also called the foundation day of Rajasthan, Rajasthan day is celebrated on the 30th of March every year. It was on 30th March 1949 that the princely states of Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner merged to form the Greater Rajasthan Union. This day is celebrated with huge preparations.
What Special Day Celebrated on 30 March – Events
|1919||Mahatma Gandhi announced resistance against the Rowlatt Act|
|1992||Satyajit Ray was awarded the Honorary Oscar Award.|
#1. Mahatma Gandhi announced resistance against the Rowlatt Act
It was on 30th March 1919 that Mahatma Gandhi decided to announce resistance against the Rowlatt Act that came into effect on 21 March 1919. It was decided that Indians were not ready to make a stand consistent with the principle of nonviolence, an integral part of satyagraha.
#2. Satyajit Ray was awarded the Honorary Oscar Award.
Satyajit Ray was awarded the Honorary Oscar Award on 30th Match 1992, he was the first Indian to be awarded an Honorary Oscar Award. This award was presented to him by Audrey Hepburn who described his work as a “rare mastery of the art of motion pictures and his profound humanism which has had an indelible influence on filmmakers and audiences throughout the world.”
March 30 Special Day in India – Birthdays
|1962||Rajiv Pratap Rudy|
|1908||Devika Rani Chaudhuri Roerich|
#1. Palak Muchhal
An Indian playback singer Palak Muchhal who was born on 30th March 1992 and her younger brother Palash Muchhal perform stage shows across India and abroad to raise funds for the poor children who need financial assistance for the medical treatment of heart diseases.
#2. Abhishek Chaubey
An Indian filmmaker Abhishek Chaubey was born on 30th March 1977 and has directed a number of movies like Sonchiriya, Ishqiya, Dedh Ishqiya, and Udta Punjab. He was also nominated for a number of awards including the Filmfare Award for Best Director.
#3. Rajiv Pratap Rudy
An Indian politician from the Bharatiya Janata Party Rajiv Pratap Rudy is also a Member of Parliament representing Saran in Bihar, India. In 2014. Rudy became the Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship in Narendra Modi’s government.
#4. Devika Rani Chaudhuri Roerich
Devika Rani Chaudhuri, more commonly known as Devika Rani, was an Indian actress born on 30th March 1908. She was active in Hindi films during the 1930s and 1940s and is widely acknowledged as the first lady of Indian cinema, Devika Rani had a successful film career that spanned 10 years.
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