22 March in History


Born on 22 March 1885, Yazdani received his education under Rev. J. Godfrey F. Day and C.F. Andrws. Additionally, he was also trained under Maulavi Mohammad Ishaq and Shamsul Ulama Maulavi Nazeer Ahmad. In the year 1903, he stood first in Aligarh Muslim University in his intermediate exams, followed by winning three gold medals. Later in 1907, Gulam Yazdani was… Read More →

Tamil film star Ramaswamy Ganesan, better known as Gemini Ganesan, was born on 17 November 1920 to a Brahmin family in the then Thanjavur district of Madras state.

The “King of Romance”, as he was called for his good-looking charm and on and off screen romances, died on 22 March 2005. One of his daughters is the Bollywood star Rekha.

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