Today is Which Day 2021

Every day starts with a new date and a new week name. One day the month would change and the calendar along with it. With this, everyone definitely celebrates some day like Birthday, Valentines Day, Mothers Day, Father’s Day, Christmas Day and many more days. They all celebrate with different thoughts and plans. These days tell about his specialties and importance.

Every day is celebrated one day or the other. It can be any National or International Day. Their values ​​and imports are indicated on the days. All people are made aware of this. Different themes of these days are kept. These recordings are celebrated in different places. These days celebrate a purpose. Because it gives them respect, protection etc.

January

Many days are celebrated in January. These occur on different dates. Such as Global Family Day, World Hindi Day, Indian Army Day, Martyr’s Day and other days. They all come in January and are celebrated with special enthusiasm and purpose. These are very special days. In Days is celebrated as a festival. All of them have different importance because they are organized accordingly.

DayDate
New Year Celebration1st January
Global Family Day1st January
World Braille Day4th January
African National Congress Foundation Day 8th January
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas or NRI Day 9th January
World Hindi Day 10th January
Death anniversary of Lal Bahadur Shastri 11th January
National Youth Day 12th January
Indian Army Day 15th January
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti 23rd January
International Day of Girl Child 24th January
National Voters Day 25th January
National Tourism Day 25th January
Republic Day 26th January
International Customs Day 26th January
Martyrs Day 30th January
World Leprosy Eradication Day 30th January (Last Sunday of January month).

February

February is the shortest month of the year. There are many Surrey days in this month which are celebrated with happiness. Such as World Dancer Day, World Scout Day, National Science Day etc. Their different themes are created which help in accomplishing the objectives created. For example, the theme of Science Day this year was “Women in Science”. And we all know about Dance, it is a wonderful art. Similarly, all are respected and awareness is greeted.

DayDate
Surajkund Crafts Mela 1st February
Indian Coast Guard Day 1st February
World Wetlands Day 2nd February
World Cancer Day 4th February
National Day of Sri Lanka 4th February
nternational Development Week 7th February
Darwin Day 12th February
World Day of Social Status 20th February
International Mother Language Day 21st February
World Scout Day 22nd February
Central Excise Day 24th February
World Sustainable Energy Day 27th February
National Science Day 28th February

March

There is a third month of March year. Many national and international day celebrations are held in March. Such as No Smoking Day, National Security Day, World Kidney Day, World Sparrow Day and others. They rightly show their importance. Along with this, everyone understands their importance. Some days are also kept as holiday. These days, for which they are also celebrated, are remembered on this day, respect is given. This makes people understand about them easily. Therefore, every day is considered special.

DayDate
World Civil Defence Day 1st March
Zero Discrimination Day 1st March
World Wildlife Day 3rd March
World Hearing Day 3rd March
National Security Day 4th March
World Kidney Day 2nd Thursday in March
International Women’s Day 8th March
No Smoking Day 13th March i.e. 2nd Wednesday in March
World Consumer Rights Day 15th March
World Disabled Day 15th March
Ordinance of Factories Day 18th March
International Day of Happiness 20th March
World Sparrow Day 20th March
World Forestry Day 21st March
World Poetry Day 21st March
World Day for Water 22nd March
World Meteorological Day 23rd March
World TB Day 24th March
World Theatre Day 27th March

April

April is the fourth month of the English calendar. Days are celebrated in this month such as Fool’s Day, World Health Day, Pet Day, Piano Day, National Civil Services Day and many more. They are celebrated in schools, related government and non-government departments. This day brings a smile on his face. Because it is related to their field and it is also helpful in their development somewhere. Apart from this, questions also come in exams about these days. That is why everyone needs to know about them.

DayDate
Fools Day1st April
World Health Day 7th April
National Maritime Day 5th April
World Autism Awareness Day 2 April
International Mine Awareness Day 4 April
International Turban Day 13th April
World Parkinson’s Day 11th April
National Safe Motherhood Day 11th April
National Pet Day 11th April
World Haemophilia Day 17th April
International Workers Memorial Day 28th April
World Piano Day 30th March.
World Safety and Health Day 28th April
World Veterinary Day 28th April
National Panchayat Raj Day 24th April
International Mother Earth Day 22nd April
World Book & Copyright Day 23rd April
National Civil Service Day 21st April
World Liver Day 19th April
World Heritage Day 18th April
World Homoeopathy Day 10th April
Samata Diwas or Equality Day 5th April
Ayushman Bharat Diwas: 30th April
International Dance Day 29th April
International Jazz Day 30th April

May

May Fifth Month of Calendar. There are many Surrey Days in this month which are shown in a table below. Both their names and dates are given. You can learn about them. These are different deses which are associated with different fields. These days never affect the regular life of all of us. Because of this, it helps a lot to know about them. These days show their usefulness and importance. So that everyone can understand well.

DayDate
Maharashtra Day 1st May
International Workers Day 1st May
Gujarat Day 1st May
World Tuna Day 2nd May
World Press Freedom Day 3rd May
National Space Day 1st Friday of May
International Firefighters Day (IFFD) 4th May
Coal Miners Day 4th May
World Password Day 1st Thursday of May.
World Laughter Day 1st Sunday of May ( 5th May).
World Asthma Day 7th May
International Mid Wives Day 5th May
World Athletics Day 7th May (IAAF – International Association of Athletic Federation)
World Thalassemia Day 8th May
World Red Cross Day 8th May
World Migratory Bird Day 11th May
National Technology Day 11th May
international Nurse Day 12th May (It is celebrated on the Birth Day of Florence Nightingale)
International Day of Families 15th May
World Telecommunications and Information Society Day 17th May
World Hypertension Day 17th May
International Museum Day 18th May
World AIDS Vaccine Day 18th May
World Metrology Day 20th May
World Bee Day 20th May
International Day for Biological Diversity 22nd May
National Commonwealth Day 24th May
Anti-Tobacco Day 31st May

June

There is a middle month of June year. There are different days in June, whose celebrations are done regarding their import and object. These days are such as World Milk Day, World Blood Donor Day, Father’s Day, Environment Day etc. All these days give importance to their field and work. Therefore, they are considered very special. These are both international and national, whose theme is deeded. This theme has made his importance even more special. Along with this, these days also give the message of unity.

DayDate
World Milk Day 1st June
World Blood Donor Day 1st June
International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression 4th June
World Environment Day 5th June
World Oceans Day 8th June
Father’s Day 3rd June
Anti-Child Labor Day 12th June
World Blood Donor Day 14th June
World Refugee Day 20th June
International Day of Yoga 21st June
International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking 26th June

July

July is the seventh month of the calendar. It takes 31 days. Along with this, there are many days in it, such as World Chocolate Day, World Kiss Day, World Population Day, Joke Day, Tiger Day, Father in Law. The people of all the concerned areas are respected on all days. This makes them feel good and brings smiles on everyone’s faces. These days show their value in the world. Apart from this, people are also made aware. Celebrate everyone’s thinking in different ways. These days are for everyone’s benefit.

DayDate
National Doctors Day. 1st July
International Joke Day. 1st July
National CA (Chartered Accountants) Day 1st July
International Day of Cooperatives. 1st July
World Sports Journalists Day 2nd July
World UFO Day (UFO: ‎Unidentified Flying Objects‎). 2nd July
American Independence Day (United States). 4th July
National Bikini Day. 5th July
World Zoo-noses Day 6th July
World Kiss Day 6th July
World Chocolate Day 7th July
Global Forgiveness Day. 7th July
International Mango Festival Day. 9th July
World Population Day 11th July
Malala Day. 12th July
National Ice-Cream Day (United States) 16th July
International Justice Day 17th July
Nelson Mandela Day. 18th July
Pi Approximation Day. 22nd July
Kargil Vijay Diwas Day. 26th July
System Administrator Appreciation Day 28th (last Friday in July)
World Hepatitis Day. 28th July
World Tiger Day. 29th July
National Father in Law Day. 30th July
National Whistleblower Appreciation Day 30th July

August

The list of days to be celebrated in August is given in the table below. You can easily learn about them. All these days are very special because they all keep their own importance. Apart from this, they also increase their value. These days come every year and all of them celebrate according to their own ways. These days always bring an important message with them. This is necessary for everyone because until someone knows about them, it is difficult to understand them. Hence these days are celebrated.

DayDate
International Friendship Day 4th August (1st Sunday in August)
Hiroshima Day 6th August
Quit India Day, Nagasaki Day 9th August
International Youth Day 12th August
World Organ Donation Day 13th August
Pakistan Independence Day 14th August
Indian Independence Day 15th August
Indonesian Independence Day 17th August
World’s Indigenous Peoples 18th August
World Mosquito Day 20th August
Women’s Equality Day 26th August
International Day of the Worlds Indigenous Day 9th August
National Daughter’s Day 11th August
Photography Day 19th August
World Senior Citizen’s Day 21st August
National Sports Day 29th August

September

Many national and international days are celebrated in the month of September. These days have always been special as being related to work and also plays an important role in them. Days that come in this month like Petrol Day, World First Day, Sanskrit Day, Hindi Day, Engineers Day, Ozone Day, Heart Day, etc. A table is given below to know more about them. In this, you get to know about different days related to the date. There are also days that the state and central government launches with a new theme that lasts for several days to fulfill the purpose.

DayDate
Skyscraper Day 3rd September
National Teacher’s Day (Dr. Radha Krishnan’s Birthday) 5th September.
International Day of Charity 5th September
Sanskrit Day 5th September
Defense Day 6th September
Brazilian Independence Day 7th September
World Forgiveness Day 7th September
International Literacy Day 8th September
World Suicide Prevention Day 10th September
Patriot Day 11th September
World First Aid Day 14th September
National Engineer’s Day 15th September
Hindi Diwas Day 14th September
International Day of Democracy 15th September
World Ozone Day 16th September
International Talk Like a Pirate Day 19th September
International Day of Peace 21st September
World Alzheimer’s Day 21st September
Social Justice Day 25th September
European Day of Languages 26th September
World Contraception Day 26th September
World Tourism Day 27th September
World Maritime Day 27th September
World Rabies Day 28th September
World Heart Day 29th September
International Translation Day 30th September
World Rivers Day Last Saturday of September

October

A table is given below about the national and international days coming to the October month. In which all the des are given in systematic order. In each different month, different days are celebrated. These are important days which make everyone aware of their importance. No one has attained their importance and value without celebrating days. Therefore, to give main status to these days, they are celebrated with respect. They also have many objectives. Which gives them a new speed.

DayDate
International Day of Older Persons, World Vegetarian Day 1st October
International Day of Non-Violence 2nd October
World Habitat Day 1st Monday
World Animal Welfare Day 4th October
World Teachers Day 5th October
World Smile Day 6th October
Indian Airforce Day 8th October
World Post Office Day 9th October
World Mental Health Day, World Day Against the Death Penalty 10th October
National Girl Child Day 11th October
International Day for Disaster Reduction 13th October
International Standards Day 14th October
World Students Day, International Day for Rural Women 15th October
World Food Day 16th October
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 17th October
World Statistics Day 20th October
World Sight Day 2nd October
World Food Day 16th October
World Development Information Day 24th October
United Nations Day, World Polio Day 24th October
National Ayurveda Day 28th October
International Internet Day 29th October
World Thrift Day 30th October
National Unity Day 31st October

November

November is the eleventh month of the calendar. At this time there is a lot of work time left in the end of the year. Along with this, a lot of national and international Days have been included in November. These days were started celebrating with different objectives, which are still celebrated with the accords of that date. They are also given social honors to celebrate these days. Here is a table to tell you about these few days. In this, all the days have been told.

DayDate
World Tsunami Day 5th November
National Cancer Awareness Day 7th November
Legal Services Day 9th November
Children’s Day 14th November
World Diabetes Day 14th November
National Epilepsy Day 17th November
Africa Industrialization Day 20th November
World Television Day 21st November
International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People 29th

December

December is the last month of the year. After this, everyone starts preparing for the new year. There are many festivals in December such as Christmas Day, World AIDS Day, Indian Navy Day, Human Rights Day, Consumers Day and other days. All these days are celebrated on their own fix date. Some of these days are National Holiday. December is the last month, because of this everyone is very happy.

DayDate
World AIDS Day 1st December
National Pollution Control 2nd December
World Day of the Handicapped 3rd December
Indian Navy Day 4th December
Indian Armed Forces Flag Day 7th December
Human Rights Day 10th December
International Children’s Day of Broadcasting 11th December
International Mountain Day 11th December
World Energy Conservation Day 14th December
Vijay Diwas 16th December
Minorities Rights Day 18th December
National Mathematics Day 22nd December
Kisan Divas, Farmer’s Day 23rd December
National Consumers Day 24th December
Christmas Day 25th December

Indian Festivals 2020

Apart from the national and international days in the calendar, there are many days which are important in the lives of all of us. These days are also important in their respective fields. Everyone celebrates them. Every day is a new day for which everyone is excited. All these days are celebrated on different days. All of them keep the spirit of unity alive. People are always happy with this.

January 2020

Important festivals will be celebrated in January, they will bring happiness on this face. A table is given below these days. In which the awarding of almanac in this month is given. These days will be celebrated with date recordings. His date changes every year. Like Makar Sakranti, Gauri Purnima and many other festivals will be celebrated this month. These days are worshiped and after that, these days are considered complete.

DayDateWeek Day
Shakmari Purnima10th JanFriday
Ravi Pushya12th Jan Sunday
Sankashthi Maghi Chaturthi13th Jan Monday
Makar Sakranti15th Jan Wednesday
Bhanu Saptami17th Jan Friday
Mauni Amavasya24th Jan Friday
Gupt Navaratra Arambh25th Jan Saturday
Republic Day26th Jan Sunday
Gauri Purnima28th Jan Tuesday
Vasant Panchami30th Jan Thursday

February 2020

The festivals celebrated in February are given in a table below. All these days and festivals are celebrated at a certain time. Such as Shivaratri, Narmada Jayanti, Ravidas Jayanti etc. Shivaratri has the most special significance in it. Everyone celebrates it with great pomp. This day is celebrated every year but their dates change. Apart from this, we know the importance well.

Week DayDateDay
Saturday 1st FebNarmada Jayanti
Sunday 9th FebDanda Ropina Purnima
Thursday 13th FebShri Mahakaleshwar Navaratra Arambh
Friday 21st FebMahashivratri
Sunday 23rd FebFalguni Amavasya

March 2020

March is the month of Falun according to the almanac. A special festival of Holi is celebrated in this month. It is very happy. This day has special significance in our country. Apart from this, many other traditional festivals are celebrated such as Sheetla Mata Pujan, Navratri. Here is a list of the upcoming festivals in March. In this, their information is given along with day and date.

Week DayDateDay
Tuesday3rd MarHolashthak Arambh
Monday9th MarHolika Poojan
Tuesday 10th MarDhulndi, Rangotsav
Sunday15th MarSheetala saptami
Monday16th MarSheetala Ashtami
Wednesday18th MarDashamaata Pooja
Tuesday24th MarChatriy Amavasyaa
Wednesday25th MarVasanti Navaratra
Friday27th MarGauri Tritiya

April 2020

Many festivals are celebrated in April such as Akshaya Tritiya, Hanuman Jayanti, Mahavir Jayanti etc. The month of April is the According Baishakh of Panchang. It is considered a very religious and virtuous month. Because all the peepal trees are worshiped in it. They also do narrative and charity together. All the days in this month are considered special days. These are all traditional festivals that are celebrated by everyone.

Week DayDateDay
Thursday2th AprRam Navami
Monday5th AprMahaveer Jayanti, Anang Triyodashi
Wednesday8th AprHanumaan Jayanti, Vaishakh Arambh
Saturday18th AprVaruthini Ekadashi
Saturday25th AprParshuram Jayanti
Sunday25th AprAkshay Tritiya
Tuesday28th AprAadishankaracharya Jayanti
Wednesday29th AprRamanujacharya Jayanti

May 2020

May is considered one of the hottest months of the year. There are some main festivals in May which are celebrated with the date accord. The upcoming festivals and days of this year are given in the table below. One can easily see about them. These days are celebrated in this way every year. They bring a new energy to life. These are all associated with Hindu traditions and they are special and important days according to their religion.

Week DayDateDay
Wednesday6th MayShri Nrisingh Jayanti
Thursday7th MayPurnima, Budh Jayanti
Friday22nd MayShani Jayanti, Bhavuka Amawaysya

June 2020

June is also one of the hottest months of the year like May. There are 30 days in June. All these days have different importance in our life. For example, all the dates in the table below are given in detail in the day, date, etc. All these days are celebrated by worshiping in their traditional way. They come like this every year but they do not. Because date dates are always changing. That is why everyone looks in the calendar to know about them. So here are some of the main dates.

Week Day DateDay
Monday1st JuneGanga Dashahara
Friday5th Junevat Savitri Purnima
Sunday21st JuneKankanakriti Sury Grahan
Monday 22nd JuneAshadhi Gupt Navaratra
Tuesday23rd JuneJagdish Rath Yatra, Grahanshool
Monday 29th JuneGupt Navaratra Samapt

July 2020

The month of July is very special. From this month the rainy season starts, from this month all the farmers start growing the crop. Along with this, there are many festivals in this month which are celebrated with happiness. Such as Nag Panchami, Guru Poornima, Hariyali Amavasya etc. These all increase this month. This month is the month of Shravan.

Week DayDateDay
Wednesday1st JulyDevshayani Ekadashi
Sunday5th JulyGuru Purnima
Monday6th JulyMahakaleshwar Svaari Arambh
Monday20th JulySomvati Hariyali Amavasya
Saturday25th JulyNaag Panchami

August 2020

The month of August is also green like Jakli. There are many festivals that occur in this month. Such as Rishi Panchami, Radha Ashtami, Independence Day etc. Different days are celebrated. The details are given in the table below. The month of Bhadra of Hindi month starts in August and at this time it is also the month of rain. Everybody celebrates the days of this month.

Week DayDateDay
Monday3rd AugSharavani Purnima, Raksha Bandhan
Tuesday11th AugShri Krishna Janmashtami
Wednesday12th AugShri Krishna Janmashtami
Saturday15th AugIndependence Day, Aja Ekadashi
Wednesday19th AugKhushitpaatani Pithhori Amavasya
Friday21st Aug Haritaalika Teej, Varaah Jayanti
Saturday22nd Aug Shri Ganesha Chaturthi
Sunday23rd Aug Rhishi Panchami Vrat
Monday24th Aug Surya Shashthi, Balwant Chhath
Tuesday25th Aug Radhashathmi
Thurday27th Aug Chandra Navami
Friday28th Aug Teja Dashami

September 2020

September is the ninth month of the calendar. This month is called the According Purushottam month of the Hindi calendar. There is a special festival of Ganesha ji in this month. All these people celebrate with great enthusiasm. September is also a special month. Their date also changes every year because no date is fixed. Celebrating this day is a tradition of Hinduism in Indian which has been going on for centuries.

Week DayDateDay
Tuesday1st SepAnant Chaturdashi
Wednesday2nd SepMahalaya Shradh Arambh
Thursday17th SepSarvapitra Amavasya
Friday18th SepPoorushotam Maas Arambh

October 2020

October is a very special person. Because in this month special festivals of Hinduism start such as Navratri, Dussehra, etc. These are special festivals. Everyone prepares for these in advance. Along with this, these festivals are celebrated by offering prayers. They all have different importance. A list of these festivals is given below. These are given in the table in chronological order. Can easily deck in them.

Week DayDateDay
Friday16th OctPoorushotam Maas Samapt
Saturday17th Oct Sharviya Navaratra Arambh
Saturday24th Oct Durgashathami, Mahashathami
Sunday25th Oct Mahanavami Pooja, Vijaya Dashami
Friday30th Oct Sharad Purnima, Kojagiri Vrat

November 2020

The month of November is the Eleventh Month. In this month a special festival is celebrated which is called Diwali. This is the season of Kartika month. From this time the winter season also starts slowly. Apart from this, festivals coming up this year like Dhanteras, Diwali, Bhai dooj etc. Everyone celebrates them according to traditions and gives sweets and also wishes all friends and gives blessings.

Week DayDateDay
Wednesday4th NovKarva Chauth
Friday13th Nov Dhanteras
Saturday14th Nov Narakahara Chaturthadashi, Roop Chaturthadashi, Mahalaxmi Pooja
Sunday15th Nov Goverdhan Poojan, Annakoot
Monday16th Nov Bhai Dooj,
Thursday19th Nov Saubhagya Panchami, Pandav Panchami
Friday20th Nov Surya Shashathi, Chhath Pooja
Sunday22nd NovGopashathami
Monday23rd NovAkshaya Navami, Anvala Navami
Wednesday25th Nov Dev prabandhani Ekadashi
Saturday28th Nov Vaikunth Chaurthadashi
Monday30th Nov Kartik Purnima, Gurunanak Jayanti

December 2020

December is the most important month. Because in this month there are some traditional festivals which everyone celebrates with happiness. The new calendar of the English calendar starts after December, but the new year starts with the Hindi calendar’s awarding Ye Chaitra month. Everyone celebrates them according to their own customs.

Week DayDateDay
Monday7th DecKaal Bhairav Ashathami, Kaal Bhairav Ashathami
Monday14th DecSomvati Amavasya
Sunday20th DecSkandha Chhath
Tuesday29th DecVrat ki Purnima
Wednesday30th DecMarg Shirsh Purnima

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