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15 August Independence Day Information For Students

15 August

15 August — The midnight of August 15, 1947 is memorable for every Indian on earth, as it is the time, when India gained independence from the stranglehold of the mighty British. The otherwise suppressed tricolor flag of India was given its due respect, when it was hoisted in the midnight on the Independence Day. Since then, the red-letter day …

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Quit India Day Information For Students And Children

Quit India Day

On August 9, 1942 the Quit India Movement began which later triggered the British leaving the country and India attaining independence on August 15, 1947 a few years later. Quit India day is observed every year on August 9 to mark the anniversary of Quit India movement. Quit India Movement was truly a turning point in India’s struggle for freedom. …

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Munshi Prem Chand Death Anniversary 2018 – October 8

Munshi Premchand - Biography

Munshi Prem Chand, the author of the famous books Godan and Kafan passed away on October 8, 1936. In the memory of this prolific writer, many literary societies and associations will celebrate the 82nd death anniversary of the literary master on October 8, 2017. A literary giant of the Hindi-Urdu literature, he is recognized in India as the fore-most Hindi-Urdu …

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Indian National Flag Adoption Day Information For Students

राष्ट्रगान मुझको भी आता है: मनोहर लाल ‘रत्नम’

National Flag Adoption Day is used to celebrate on the 22nd July to make the people aware about the Indian Flag which represents the Whole Nation consists of the Crores of the Indian People. India got freedom from the rule of the Britishers and they got freedom on the 15th August 1947 where all the people of India got every rights and …

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World Population Day Information For Students And Children

World Population Day

World population day is an international level awareness campaign being celebrated all over the world to call people on stage to know the reason of this exploding population year by year as well as solve the big mistake of whole human fraternity. This great awareness event is to bring a population revolution globally as well as breaking sleep of all …

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Van Mahotsava (July 1-7) Information For Students And Children

Van Mahotsava

“If a tree is saved even at cost of one’s head, it’s worth it” said the noted activist Amrita Devi Bishnoi. This is the reason why India has so many festivals related to trees. One of them is the Van Mahotsav Day or the Forest Day. It was started as a crusade with the lofty purpose of saving the mother …

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Saint Kabir Jayanti Information For Students And Children

Saint Kabir Jayanti

Saint Kabir Jayanti is celebrated in honor of Sant Kabir Das, a mystical saint and poet predominant in North India. Kabir was born to Muslim parents in Benaras (erstwhile Varanasi) who turned to spirituality and religion at a very young age. Saint Kabir Jayanti is observed as an auspicious day dedicated to Kabir. His life took a major turn after …

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National Doctors Day Information For Students And Children

National Doctors Day

Doctors on earth are like Gods in the heaven. A special day is observed to thank them for their humane services to mankind. Every year July 1 is ‘Doctors Day‘ which is very special for every medical practitioner. First Doctor’s Day was celebrated in 1991. Every doctor of any specialization acknowledges the entire medical profession. The story of Doctor’s Day …

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International Day of Yoga Information For Students And Children

International Day of Yoga

June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations General Assembly on December 11, 2014. Yoga, a 6,000 year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice having its origin in India, aims to transform the body and the mind. Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi declared that there will be an official website mea.gov.in/idy.htm for this, and …

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