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International Day of Yoga Information For Kids

International Day of Yoga

June 21 was declared as the Intl. 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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Goa Memorable Day: Attained Independence From Portuguese

Goa Memorable Day: Attained Independence From Portuguese

Goa – a light-hearted, easy going, chill-out heaven for travelers, has a beauty of its own. Those lovely sun-baked beaches, hassle-free streets, breezy restaurants have been a delight to all but the essence and struggle of Goa to become an independent has been gutted wrenching. Previously Goa was under the Portuguese but after a great struggle, Goa finally attained its …

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National Voluntary Blood Donation Day: India

National Voluntary Blood Donation Day

National Voluntary Blood Donation Day is getting celebrated in India at 1st of October every year to share the need and importance of the blood in the life of an individual. It was first started celebrating on 1st of October in the year 1975 through the Indian Society of Blood Transfusion and Immunohaematology. Indian Society of Blood Transfusion and Immunohaematology …

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World Blood Donor Day Information For Students

World Blood Donor Day: 14 June

Blood is the lifeline of every animal living on the earth. Today, world is facing deficiency of blood stock and that is causing threat to life. The only way one can see for health care is through Blood transfusion.  The increasing need for blood globally requires everyone to contribute by donating blood and motivating others for the cause. The commitment …

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Veer Savarkar Jayanti Information For Students

Veer Savarkar Jayanti

Veer Savarkar Jayanti is celebrated all over India in commemoration of Vinayak Damodar “Veer” Savarkar. Known as one of the Indian freedom fighters, Savarkar is known for performing multiple activities for the development of Hindu community across the country. His birthday celebrations will be organized on 28 May like every year. The great Marathi legend has advocated towards the abolishment of …

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Rajiv Gandhi Death Anniversary Information

Rajiv Gandhi - Biography

Rajiv Ratna Gandhi (20 August 1944 – 21 May 1991) was the sixth Prime Minister of India, served India from 1984 to 1989. He assumed office after the assassination of his mother, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on 31st October, 1984, the very same day to become the youngest Prime minister of India. Life of Rajiv Gandhi Rajiv Gandhi was from …

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अंतरराष्ट्रीय मजदूर दिवस पर जानकारी

अंतरराष्ट्रीय मज़दूर दिवस - International Labour Day in Hindi

अंतरराष्ट्रीय मजदूर दिवस अर्थात् मई दिवस (May Day) 1886 में शिकागो में आरंभ हुआ। मजदूर मांग कर रहे थे कि काम की अवधि आठ घंटे हो और सप्ताह में एक दिन का अवकाश हो। इस दिन मज़दूर हड़ताल पर थे। इस हड़ताल के दौरान एक अज्ञात व्यक्ति ने बम फोड़ दिया तत्पश्चात् पुलिस गोलाबारी में कुछ मजदूर मारे गए, साथ …

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May Day Information, Description And History

May Day Information, Description And History

May Day celebrates the coming of spring. In most of the United Kingdom, this is an official public holiday. May Day is celebrated on May 1 in the United States. In the United Kingdom (Britain and Ireland) it is celebrated on the first Monday in May. May Day Description Warmth and fertility, green grass, blooming trees and a profusion of flowers …

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Labour Day Information For Students, Children

Labour Day

Labour Day / May Day, the first day of the month of May is celebrated all over India as a spring fertility festival to honour goddess spring. The day also commemorates the “International Worker’s Day” which has a historic significance. It is also a day of political protests. May Day is otherwise observed as a saint’s feast day or a …

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