As a part of the Indian subcontinent, we’ve been blessed with a rich culture and tradition. Not only India, but history is a proof of the major happenings worldwide. Every event and festival is a celebration on its own. But, most importantly, it’s a sign of the past efforts, the fruit of which we enjoy today.
Finding more reasons to celebrate and have gratitude for?
Let’s know some of the important dates of National and International importance for the month of July.
Chartered Accountants Day
The ICAI was established on July 1, 1949. This is the second largest professional Accounting and Finance Body in the world. Taking into consideration their efforts and services, we celebrate Chartered Accountants Day.
National Doctor’s Day
1st July is observed as National Doctors’ Day. Be it saving us from slight fever to fighting any pandemic, doctors are our saviors. Their contribution is beyond words and thus, it needs to be celebrated. Also, the advancements in the medical industry are commemorated on this day.
It is celebrated annually on July 1, as well as a statutory holiday in Canada. This is the anniversary to celebrate the formation of the union of the British North American province. This was a federation under the name of Canada.
World UFO Day
Founded by the UFO hunter Haktan Akdogan, World UFO Day is celebrated on July 2, every year. This day is celebrated so as to spread awareness amongst the people in relation to the UFOs. This day was celebrated for the first time in 2001.
U.S. Independence Day
Every year, the U.S.A. celebrates its Independence on July, 4. They adopted the Declaration of Britain from Britain in 1776.
World Zoonoses Day
This day is observed to generate awareness about zoonotic disease and vaccines. The highlight is to spread awareness in relation to the problem and teach them to take the required action.
World Population Day
Every year, Population Day is celebrated worldwide. The main aim is to focus the attention of people on issues related to the world population.
National Simplicity Day
Henry David Thoreau was a diverse man. In simple terms, he was an advocate to live a life full of simplicity. To honor him, this day is celebrated.
Paper Bag Day
The paper bag is an invention that we don’t take much seriously. But, it’s an important one, for sure. This day is celebrated to recognize its importance.
Did you know, in 1852, Francis Wolle, invested a machine for the mass production of paper bags?
Those of you, with a good relation with history might have guessed this by now. Bastille was stormed by common people, on this day. In 1859, this day marked a turning point in the French revolution.
World Day for International Justice
This day is also known as the Day of International Criminal Justice. This day is celebrated to recognize the emerging system for criminal justice.
International Nelson Mandela Day
Nelson Mandela was an iconic leader. This day celebrates his life and legacy. Also, we recognize what all needs to be done for a better world, on this day.
Pi Approximation Day
Now, this is another interesting one.
What is the fractional value of Pi? 22/7, right?
So, here you go. 22/7 is 22 July, every year.
National Thermal Engineer Day
The advancements in the thermal engineering industry are celebrated on this day. The importance of thermal management along with its packing solutions etc. needs to be highlighted.
Kargil Vijay Diwas
The success of ‘Operation Vijay’ marks the end of the Kargil War. This day is celebrated to honor and pay tribute to the Kargil War Heroes.
World Nature Conservation Day
A healthy environment is a base for a stable society. Thus, there is a need to preserve it for future generations. Our natural resources should be managed and conserved. Hence, this day is observed.
World Hepatitis Day
The day is observed to recognize the need for National as well as international efforts on Hepatitis. There is a need for people to be aware of this disease as well as the related consequences.
International Tiger Day
Taking the tiger population into the picture, this day is celebrated. The need for tiger conservation as well as the protected habitat of tigers is the main agenda.
National Refreshment Day
The fourth Thursday of July is celebrated as National Refreshment Day. This is a fun celebration for the refreshments we have during the hot summers.
National Parent’s Day
Every fourth Sunday of July is celebrated as National Parent’s Day. This day is a way to honour all the parents having a vital role in their child’s life.