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1946 in India

See also: List of years in India
Timeline of Indian history

Events in the year 1946 in India.


  • Incumbents 1
  • Events 2
    • Full date unknown 2.1
  • Births 3
    • January to June 3.1
    • July to September 3.2
    • October to December 3.3
    • Full date unknown 3.4
  • Deaths 4
  • References 5



  • January - Royal Air Force Mutiny of 1946 of British and Indian air force units
  • 11 February - I.N.A. trial demonstrations in Calcutta, several killed
  • 12 February - Hartal in Calcutta over the killing of demonstrators the previous day
  • 18 February - Start of the Royal Indian Navy Mutiny
  • 22 February - Start of hartal in Bombay in support of the mutiny, which saw the British kill over 200 citizens
  • 10 May - Nehru elected leader of the Congress Party.
  • 19 August - Violence between Muslims and Hindus in Calcutta leaves 3000 dead.
  • 2 september - interim government formed
  • 4 September - Street violence between Muslims and Hindus in Bombay.
  • 27 November - Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru appeals to the United States and the Soviet Union to end nuclear testing and to start nuclear disarmament, stating that such an action would "save humanity from the ultimate disaster."
  • 9 December - Constituent Assembly for India meets for the first time.[1]

Full date unknown


January to June

July to September

October to December

Full date unknown



  1. ^ Everyman's Dictionary of Dates; 6th ed. J. M. Dent, 1971; p. 263
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