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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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Fourth of July: Independence Day of America

Fourth of July - America's Independence Day

In the United States, Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, picnics, concerts, baseball games, political speeches and ceremonies, and various other public and …

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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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International Yoga Week: 1 – 7 March

International Yoga Week

Yoga literally means “union”. It is a union of breath and the body, the mind and muscles and most importantly, union of the self to the divine. What can be a better place to become “united” other than the sacred banks of Ganga river. To promote the ancient science of Yoga, a week long event is organised in the first …

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World Blood Donor Day Information For Students And Children

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 And Children

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 in 2017 like every year. The great Marathi legend has advocated towards …

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Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti Information For Students And Children

Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti - Date, Celebration

Raja Ram Mohan Roy, a great social reformer was born on 22 of May in the year 1772 in a Brahmin family in the Hooghly district of Bengal. He is universally accepted as the pioneer of reform movements in India. Imbibed with new ideas of humanism, this first Modern Man of India had worked hard for the religious, social, intellectual …

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Sadbhavana Diwas Information For Students And Children

Sadbhavana Diwas - Rajiv Gandhi Birth Anniversary

Sadbhavana Diwas (Birth anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi) is celebrated all over the India, on 20th of August. Sadbhavana Diwas The Sadbhavana (means having good feelings for others) Diwas or Harmony Day is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of the earlier Prime Minister of India named Rajiv Gandhi. Having good feelings for others was the only the mission of the …

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