George Harrison and his wife Pattie had flown to India on 14 September 1966 to study yoga and the sitar in Bombay (Mumbai). On this day they returned to England, arriving at London Airport.
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The day after he held a press conference at the Taj Mahal hotel in Bombay (Mumbai), India, George Harrison granted an exclusive interview to the BBC.
On 14 September 1966, George and Pattie Harrison had arrived in Bombay (Mumbai) in India. The purpose of their visit was for George to take sitar lessons with Ravi Shankar, and for the couple to study yoga.
George Harrison and his wife Pattie flew from London to Bombay (Mumbai) in India on this day.
Although they made an unannounced live appearance in January 1969 on the rooftop of the Apple building, The Beatles' final live concert took place on 29 August 1966 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California.
Keen to enjoy a holiday before The Beatles left England for their final US tour, George and Pattie Harrison left London for a break in Devon.
Prior to his concert at the Granada Cinema in Walthamstow, London, George Harrison and Ringo Starr met the singer Roy Orbison.
On 13 February 1966 The Beatles were nominated in 10 of the categories for the 8th Grammy Awards. The ceremony took place in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel, New York.
The Grammy Awards Commitee in New York announced that The Beatles had been nominated for 10 awards. Six were for Yesterday, while the other four were for the Help! album.
Eighteen days after they married in Esher, Surrey, George and Pattie Harrison flew to Barbados for their honeymoon.
The day after they married in Esher, Surrey, George and Pattie Harrison gave a press conference in London.
After a romance lasting just shy of two years, George Harrison married Patricia Anne Boyd at Epsom register office, Surrey.
Despite their perceived rivalry in the media, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were good friends who often socialised together. On this evening George Harrison and Mick Jagger, along with Jagger's girlfriend Chrissie Shrimpton, went to the nightclub Dolly's in London.
Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, George Harrison and Pattie Boyd saw in 1966 at a New Year's Eve party hosted by EMI executives in London.
George Harrison was driven to the north of England on this day to pay a surprise visit to his family.
The day before their 1965 UK tour began in Glasgow, The Beatles and their equipment were driven to Berwick-upon-Tweed on England's border with Scotland.
The day after The Beatles were interviewed by BBC presenter Brian Matthew for Saturday Club, John Lennon and George Harrison again spoke to him for another radio show, Pop Profile.
This was The Beatles' second day off during their five-day break in the 1965 North America tour. They rented a house owned by Zsa Zsa Gabor at 2850 Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills, where they were visited by a number of people.
The Silkie, a folk group signed by Brian Epstein to NEMS Enterprises and managed by Alistair Taylor, recorded a version of The Beatles' You've Got To Hide Your Love Away on this day at IBC Studios in London.
The Beatles had been invited to beat poet Allen Ginsberg's 39th birthday party by mutual friend and Indica Gallery co-founder Barry Miles. Although few of the party goers expected them to show, John and Cynthia Lennon, George Harrison and Pattie Boyd arrived.