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  • Teachers Day

    Teachers Day

    Teacher’s day is celebrated to honor the beloved teachers for their priceless contribution in bringing up students who are the pillars of the future nation. Teacher’s Day celebration varies from one country to another country. But the World Teacher’s day is celebrated on 5th October every year...
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  • Valentines Day

    Valentines Day

    Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on February 14. It is not a public holiday but it is being celebrated in many countries around the world on February 14. In earlier days many Christian martyr were named as Valentine. Though there are many reasons for the origination of the Valentine’s Day but the main reason behind this is the persecution of Saint Valentine of Rome during the period of Claudius II...
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  • World Environment Day

    World Environment Day

    World Environment Day called as WED is celebrated on 5th June every year to protect our nature. It was started as an annual event since 1973 with a specific theme “Only One Earth” to insist the importance of green and healthy environment in order to solve the upcoming environmental issues...
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  • India Independence Day

    India Independence Day

    In India, Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15 August. 15th August 1947 is a remarkable day in Indian history. Yes, after years of slavery India got freedom from British rule and India became an Independent country on this day with lots of struggle and sacrifice...
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  • Raksha Bandhan

    Raksha Bandhan

    Raksha Bandhan – A Thread of Love Raksha Bandhan is a festival which highlights the love between a brother and sister. It’s a north Indian festival celebrated by brothers and sisters to express their love, affection and emotions. Later this festival is celebrated all over India...
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  • Childrens Day

    Childrens Day

    Children’s day is celebrated on different days in many countries to honor and respect the children globally. It creates an impact about the importance of children globally. In 1856, the Universalist church of the redeemer Pastor Dr. Charles Leonard, conducted a special service on second Sunday of June for children’s to dedicate them in their church in Chelsea, Mass...
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  • Friendship Day

    Friendship Day

    Friendship day is a time of joy and celebration. Friendship day is celebrated every year on first Sunday of August. In 1935, United States of America thought of dedicating a day to honor friendship and that’s how friendship day celebration was born...
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  • Womens Day

    Womens Day

    International Women’s Day, originally called as International Working Women’s Day is celebrated on 8th March every year. This day was originated to show the respect and appreciation for women’s achievements in various fields like social, political and economic fields...
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  • US Independence Day

    US Independence Day

    Independence Day of the United States is popularly known as the July Fourth or Fourth of July and it is a federal holiday. The history says in 1775, the New England stood against the British for their independence from Great Britain. On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress approved the declaration of the independence of the thirteen American colonies from Great Britain and was declared as a new nation, the United States of America and the declaration was published...
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  • World Music Day

    World Music Day

    Music day is also known as Fete de la Musique. It was a music festival began in France in 1982. Jack Lang, the French Minister of Culture initiated the idea of celebrating the Music day in the year 1981. The music day was originated in France in 1982 and has been celebrated every year on June 21 as the World Music Day...
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