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* 1881 – Date of Charter of the [[Prayāg Theosophical Society]], at Allâhâbâd, which is to be composed exclusively of the natives of India.
 
* 1881 – Date of Charter of the [[Prayāg Theosophical Society]], at Allâhâbâd, which is to be composed exclusively of the natives of India.
 
* 1895 – The Australasian Section of the [[Theosophical Society (Adyar)|TS Adyar]] was chartered, consisting of 5 lodges in Australia and 4 in New Zealand.
 
* 1895 – The Australasian Section of the [[Theosophical Society (Adyar)|TS Adyar]] was chartered, consisting of 5 lodges in Australia and 4 in New Zealand.
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* 1913 – ''The Theosophist Office'' in [[Adyar (campus)|Adyar]] becomes ''[[The Theosophical Publishing House]]''.
 
* 1926 – The Russian Section of the [[Theosophical Society (Adyar)|TS Adyar]] was rechartered after being closed when the Bolsheviks came to power.
 
* 1926 – The Russian Section of the [[Theosophical Society (Adyar)|TS Adyar]] was rechartered after being closed when the Bolsheviks came to power.
  

Revision as of 13:52, 18 September 2013


January 1 is the first day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. It is preceded by December 31 (in the previous year), and succeeded by January 2. Following January 1, there are 364 days in the year (365 in leap years).

Events

  • 1881 – Date of Charter of the Prayāg Theosophical Society, at Allâhâbâd, which is to be composed exclusively of the natives of India.
  • 1895 – The Australasian Section of the TS Adyar was chartered, consisting of 5 lodges in Australia and 4 in New Zealand.
  • 1913 – The Theosophist Office in Adyar becomes The Theosophical Publishing House.
  • 1926 – The Russian Section of the TS Adyar was rechartered after being closed when the Bolsheviks came to power.

Births

  • YEAR – NAME, SOMETHING ABOUT PERSON (d. YEAR) - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE

Deaths

  • YEAR – NAME, SOMETHING ABOUT PERSON (d. YEAR) - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE

Holidays and observances

  • New Year's Day, celebrated in many countries as the first day of the year under the Gregorian Calendar; often celebrated at the stroke of midnight with fireworks.

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