January 17 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 January 17 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.
January 17 Special Day
People who aren’t aware of what is January 17 special day, can head into this section. Well looking on the list of January 17 Special Day, today is
|S.No||January 17 Special Day|
|2||Benjamin Franklin Day|
|3||Idaho Human Rights Day|
|4||Elementary School Teacher Day|
#1. Blue Monday
The third Monday of every January is the most depressing day of the year based on various calculations. If someone feels sad, depressed and dejected on the 3rd Monday of January it is because that is the Blue Monday. The idea of Blue Monday became an extremely popular and widely accepted concept despite its flaws. One main reason that can be attributed to this popularity is that humans have the tendency to blame others. The Blue Monday became an ideal victim who bore all the blame for all the problems that humans faced.
#2. Benjamin Franklin Day
Every year on 17th January Benjamin Franklin Day is celebrated paying tribute to one of the Founding Fathers of the U.S. Benjamin Franklin was not just one of the founding fathers he was also an inventor, author, printer, politician, musician, diplomat, and scientist.
#3. Idaho Human Rights Day
Yet another important day that is observed on the third Monday of January which falls on 17th January this year is the Idaho Human Rights Day. This day also celebrates the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. who was born on January 15, 1929. On this day Create posters about human rights and read Martin Luther King’s books
#4. Elementary School Teacher Day
Celebrated every year on January 17 this day aims at appreciating those who work with children. Elementary schools are a foundation for later schooling and life it is here that children are taught about socialization and basic academic skills.
What Special Day Celebrated on 17 January – Events
|1980||NASA launches Fltsatcom-3|
|1962||Neil Armstrong takes X-15 to 40,690m|
|2019||Ram Rahim Singh and two aides sentenced to life|
#1. NASA launches Fltsatcom-3
The launch of Fitsatcom took place at Cape Canaveral, Florida. The initial transfer orbit was at an inclination of 26.2 degrees. It had a periapsis of 171 km and an apoapsis of 3,524 km and an orbital period of 619 minutes.
#2. Neil Armstrong takes X-15 to 40,690m
After a number of civilian tests by many at NASA, Neil Armstrong takes X-15 to 40,690m. But post this in April NASA civilian pilot Neil A Armstrong takes X-15 to 63,250 m
#3. Ram Rahim Singh and two aides sentenced to life
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh head of Dera Sacha Sauda and four others who were his aid were sentenced to life imprisonment in the murder of manager Ranjit Singh nearly two decades ago. Krishan Lal, Jasbir Singh, Avtar Singh and Sabdil are the 4 others. Ram Rahim will also pay a ₹ 31 lakh fine
January 17 Special Day in India – Birthdays
|1917||Maruthur Gopalan Ramachandran|
#1. Javed Akhtar
An Indian poet, lyricist, screenwriter, and political activist Javed Akhtar who is primarily known for his works in the Hindi film industry was born on 17th January 1945, he has won five National Film Awards and received the Padma Shri in 1999 and the Padma Bhushan in 2007
#2. Disha Pandey
An Indian film actress and model Disha Pandey who has appeared in films in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi was born on 17th January 1991. One of her best movies Thamizh Padam, which was a commercial success.
#3. Maruthur Gopalan Ramachandran
More commonly known as M.G.R, Maruthur Gopala Ramachandran was an Indian politician, actor, philanthropist, and filmmaker who also served as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu from 1977 till his death in 1987. He was also the founder of AIADMK and mentor of J. Jayalalithaa.
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