National Tea Day

National Tea Day

There isn’t anything more traditionally English than evening tea, which makes National Tea Day, April 21, a ridiculously well known event in the country. This fondness for tea goes back hundreds of years, and it seems to get stronger over time! The slogan for National Tea Day is “Brew More.” Do More! The vision is…

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Mahavir Jayanti

Mahavir Jayanti

Mahavir Jayanti is commended 13 days after the waxing (rising) a big part of the Hindu month of Caitra, which typically happens in late Walk or early April in the Gregorian schedule, and it is the main strict occasion in Jainism. This year, it falls on April 21. Celebrate with us at National Today with…

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Volunteer Recognition Day

Volunteer Recognition Day

Every year, on April 20, there is a day called Volunteer Recognition Day. It is a day to honor, recognize, and celebrate the selfless people who donate their time and energy to help others and promote good causes, as the name suggests. Volunteers do this without expecting pay or appreciation for their endeavors and this…

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Public Garlic Day

Public Garlic Day

One thing is clear: There’s a sure something in the air during Public Garlic Day. Did you know that garlic was used as currency and was worshiped as a god by Egyptians? That is not all. The Greeks believed that garlic gave them strength, warded off the evil eye, and shielded maidens from evil nymphs….

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Public Activity Day

Public Activity Day

Public Activity Day is praised on April 18 consistently. Everyone should be encouraged to engage in physical activity on this day. By giving us more energy, making us feel better, and even extending our lives by years, exercise improves our overall health. Standard actual work and exercise have a few medical advantages that are difficult…

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Ram Navami

Ram Navami

Ram Navami is a significant Hindu celebration, praised consistently on the 10th day of Chaitra month (the primary month in the Hindu lunar schedule) — it falls on April 17 this year. The Hindus observe Ram Navami to respect the introduction of Ruler Rama. Did you had at least some idea that the Hindus accept…

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RAM NAVAMI DAY

RAM NAVAMI DAY

This year, we are commemorating Ram Navami’s birthday on April 17. For Hindus all over the world, this day represents good fortune. The holiday is observed on the ninth day of the Hindu month of Chaitra every year. The day commemorates Lord Rama’s birth and is observed throughout India. Ramayana is the biography of Smash…

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World Hemophilia Day

World Hemophilia Day

World Hemophilia Day is honored consistently on April 17. The day is observed to raise awareness of hemophilia and assist those with the condition in achieving a better future. Due to a lack of sufficient blood-clotting proteins, a rare condition known as hemophilia prevents blood from properly clotting. Currently, World Hemophilia Day is observed worldwide…

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World Voice Day

World Voice Day

The celebration of the human voice and raising awareness of issues affecting its health are the goals of World Voice Day, which falls on April 16. The holiday aims to highlight the significance of the human voice in everyday interactions. The voice is basic to viable and solid human correspondence. World Voice Day carries worldwide…

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World Art Day

World Art Day

The 15th of April is designated as World Art Day each year. From one side of the planet to the other, individuals have their definitions for what they view as craftsmanship. Cultures have distinct tastes and aesthetics. The purpose of this holiday is to encourage the growth of art. It encourages people to pay attention…

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