Important Events Of July 6th.

1)Birthday of Dalai Lama (1935), the 14th spiritual leader of Tibet.

He was born at Taktser, a small village in Amdo,  North-East Tibet.His

childhood name was Lhamo Dhondup  which meant  ”wish-fulfilling Goddess.”

2)Death  anniversary (2002) of Dhirubhai Hirachand Ambani of

Reliance  empire. He was born on 28th  December, 1932 at  Chorwad,

Junagadh, in  Gujarat. He was named  ”Man of  20th  Century”, by F.I.C.C.I.

(Federation of Indian  Chambers of Commerce and Industry).Dhirubhai

Ambani was an exceptional human being and an outstanding leader.

From the humble beginning, he went on to create an enviable business

empire within a span of just 25 years.The 55,ooo crore   Reliance Group

is a living testimony to his indomitable will, single minded dedication

and an unrelenting committment to his goals. His life  proved the adage:

”It is  performance, not pedigree that matters.” He was a dreamer,

a legend in his life time, who gave millions of middle class Indians,

a chance to profitably invest some hard earned money.

Beating-not  meeting-the deadlines was his expectation.

3)Birthday of George Walker  Bush (1946), 43rd President (2001 to 2009)

of U.S.A.

4)Birthday of ”Padma Bhushana” Bala Murali Krishna (1930), singer, composer,

instrumentalist. He plays instruments like violin, mridangam and kanjira.

5)Birthday of Dr. Shyam Prasad Mukherjee (1901), Indian politician and founder

of ”Janasangha.” He died on 23rd june 1953.

6)Death anniversary of Babu Jagjivan Ram (1986),ex-President of India.

Hailing from scheduled caste of Bihar in India, he was  instrumental in

foundation of the ”All India Depressed classes League”. and ”Dalit Sena.”

He was born on April 5th,1908.

7)Birthday of Dr. V.S.Acharya (1940), senior B.J.P. leader and State

Home Minister of Karnataka.

8)International Kissing Day.

9)World Tibet Day  was founded in 1998, with three

main goals:-a)to  help  restore essential freedom for those living

in Chinese–occupied Tibet. b) to increase awareness  of the

genocidal threats  to the Tibetan  people. c) to celebrate the

unique  beauty  and value of  Tibetan culture and thought.

The day is also observed to honour those who died in the

5th July 2009 peaceful protest by Uyghurs against the

Chinese authorities in  East Turkestan.Nearly  one

thousand people died in the conflict.

10)International Day of Action  for Dogs and Cats, in South Korea.

The object is to bring public awareness  to the cruel and inhumane

practices of the South Korean dogs and cats meat trade.

11)Birthday of Yogesh (1991), a popular Kannada film actor.

Source;Collection.

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