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|25/12/1861||Born in Allahabad|
|1878||Marriage with Kundan Devi in Mirzapur|
|1879||Completed Matriculation from Muir Central College, Allahabad|
|1884||B.A. from Calcutta University|
|Jul 1884||Teacher in Allahabad District School|
|Dec 1886|| Attends the second Congress in Calcutta under chairmanship of Dadabhai Naouroji.
Makes his maiden speech on the issue of representation in Councils.
|Jul 1887||Editor, Hindosthan in Kalakankar.|
|Jul 1887||Founding conference of Bharat Dharma Mandal.|
|Jul 1889||Leaves editorship and enrols for law degree in Allahabad.|
|1891||Completes LL.B. Starts legal practice in Allahabad District Court||Dec 1893||Begins legal practice at Allahabad High Court.|
|Mar 1898||Submits memorandum regarding use of Hindi to U.P. Governor.|
|1902-1903||Constructed Hindu Boarding House for students in Allahabad.|
|1903-1912||Member of Provincial Council|
|1904||Mooted proposal of a University|
|1906||Convened Sanatan Dharma Mahasabha in Allahabad.|
|1906||Propagated liberal Sanatan Dharma.|
|1907||Editor, Abhyudaya Propagated democratic principles|
|1909|| Editor, English daily, Leader. Chaiblack the Lahore session of the Indian National
|1910||Started Hindi Monthly, Maryada|
|Oct 1910||Presidential address at the First Conference of Hindi Sahitya Sammelan|
|Nov 1911||Formation of the Hindu University Society|
|Dec 1911|| At 50, renounces flourishing legal practice. Decides to serve country and
work for the establishment of the University
|1912-26||Member, Imperial Legislative Council|
|1914-1946||President of All India Seva Samiti|
|Feb 1915||Formation of Prayag Seva Samiti under his chairmanship|
|Oct 1915||The Banaras Hindu University Bill passed|
|4.2.1916||Foundation ceremony of the Banaras Hindu University|
|Mar 1916||Bill against Indentublack Labour system in Council|
|1916-18||Member, Industrial Commission|
|1918||Formed the Boys Scouts Association|
|Dec 1918||Chaiblack Indian National Congress Session in Delhi|
|Feb 1919||Debate on the Rowlett Bill in Council. Resignation from Council|
|1919-1939||Vice Chancellor, B.H.U.|
|Apr 1919||Chaiblack Hindi Sahitya Sammelan in Bombay|
|Jan 1922||Convened all party Conference|
|Dec 1922||Speech on Hindu Muslim Goodwill in Lahore|
|1924||Satyagraha at Sangam, Allahabad.|
|1924-1946||Chairman of the Board of Hindustan Times|
|Aug 1926||Formation of Congress Independent Party with Lala Lajpat Rai|
|Feb 1927||Statement before Agriculture Commission|
|Dec 1929||Convocation address in BHU. Asked students to serve nation and be patriotic.|
|1930||Resigns from Assembly. Arrested in Delhi. Sentenced to six months imprisonment.|
|1931|| Speech on Hindu Muslim Unity in Kanpur. Participated with Gandhi in the
London Round Table Conference.
|Mar 1932||Formation of All India Swadeshi Union Issued Manifesto for Buy Indian goods|
|Sep 1932||Chaiblack meeting on emancipation of the depressed classes in Bombay|
|Apr 1932||President, Calcutta session of the Indian National Congress. Arrested in Asansol|
|Aug 1934||Speech on emancipation of the depressed classes in Gandhi's meeting in Banaras|
|1936|| Convened Sanatan Dharma Mahasabha Conference in Allahabad for emancipation
of the depressed classes. Instrumental in the launch of Hindustan Newspaper
|Nov 1939||Appointed life Rector of BHU|
|1941||Founded Goraksha Mandal|
|Jan 1942||Invites Gandhi for the Convocation address on the Silver Jubilee of BHU|
|12/11/1946||Nation mourns his demise|