1 May Maharashtra Day History and Kamgaar din


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History of Maharashtra Day


Maharashtra Day celebrated on May 1. On First May 1960, a new start has been attained as a state on western coast of India i.e Maharashtra State.

When the then state Bombay state was divided into two states, Maharashtra and Gujarat on the basis of different languages, Marathi and Gujarati, under the Saurashtra re-organization act.

After attained as a state the Maharashtra state retained old capital Bombay, which was later renamed Mumbai.

So that 1st May celebrated as Maharashtra Din and this is the history behind the celebration. The same day is also known as Kamgaar din.

Kamgaar din and Maharashtra Day are falls on same day


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Author: vanita fulari13 Jun 2011 Member Level: Silver   Points : 1

History of Maharashtra Day

Maharashtra Day celebrated on May 1. On First May 1960, a new start has been attained as a state on western coast of India i.e Maharashtra State.

When the then state Bombay state was divided into two states, Maharashtra and Gujarat on the basis of different languages, Marathi and Gujarati, under the Saurashtra re-organization act.

After attained as a state the Maharashtra state retained old capital Bombay, which was later renamed Mumbai.

So that 1st May celebrated as Maharashtra Din and this is the history behind the celebration. The same day is also known as Kamgaar din.

Kamgaar din and Maharashtra Day are falls on same day



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