2nd September is important in Indian History for many reasons.

Here are 10 important things happened on 2nd September.

1946 - Jawaharlal Nehru was sworn in as Prime Minister of the Interim Government.

1970 - Parliament abolished privileges of 279 maharajas.

1970- Vivekananda Rock memorial was inaugurated by President V.V. Giri.

1998 - Nishant, the pilotless training aircraft developed by DRDO was successfully flown from Chandipore.

1885-T. K. Madhavan was born. He was a social reformer, journalist and revolutionary who was involved with the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana.

1924-Swaroopanand Saraswati was born. He was an religious leader and freedom fighter.

1999 – Indian swimmer Bula Choudhary became the first Asian woman to cross the English Channel twice.

1984 - Thousands of Sikhs rally at Golden Temple to protest govt. occupation in Amritsar.

1947 - Gandhiji is mobbed in Calcutta house; gives up idea of Noakhali visit. Peace efforts intensified.

1573 - Akbar won a decisive battle near Ahmedabad and captured Gujarat.

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