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Important National and International Day/Dates

1. Lewis Braille Day - January 4
2. World Comedy Day - January 10
3. National Youth Day - 12 January
4. Army Day - January 15
5. Leprosy Prevention Day - January 30
6. India Tourism Day - January 25
7. Republic Day - 26 January
8. International Customs and Excise Day - 26 January
9. Sarvodaya Day - January 30
10. Martyr's Day - January 30
11. World Cancer Day - January 4
12. Rose Day - February 12
13. Valentine's Day - February 14
14. International Mother Language Day - 21st February
15. Central Excise Day - 24th February
17. National Security Day - 4th March
18. International Women's Day - March 8
19. Establishment Day of K&S Force - 12th March
21. Ordnance Manufacturing Day - 18th March
22. World Forestry Day - March 21
23. World Water Day - March 22
24. Martyr's Day of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru - 23 days
25. World Meteorological Day - March 23
26. Rammanohar Lohia Jayanti - 23rd March
27. World TB Day - March 24
28. Rural Postal Life Insurance Day - 24th March
30. National Day of Bangladesh - March 26
31. World Theater Day - March 27
32. World Health Day - April 7
33. Ambedkar Jayanti - 14th April
35. World Hemophilia Day - April 17
36. World Heritage Day - April 18
37. Earth Day - April 22
38. World Book Day - April 23
39. World Labor Day - May 1
40. World Press Freedom Day - May 3
41. World Migratory Bird Day - May 8
42. World Red Cross Day - May 8
44. National Technology Day - May 11
45. World Museum Day - May 18
46. ​​World Nurses Day - 12 May
47. World Family Day - May 15
48. World Telecommunication Day - May 17
50. Biodiversity Day - 22 May
51. Mount Everest Day - May 29
52. World No Tobacco Day - 31 May
53. World Environment Day - 5 June
54. World Blood Donation Day - 14 June
55. International Olympic Committee Foundation Day - June 6
56. World Yoga Day - 21st June
57. National Statistics Day - 29 June
58. Birthday of PC Mahalanobis - June 29
60. Establishment day of State Bank of India - 1st July
61. Physician's Day - July 1
62. Birthday of Dr. Vidhan Chandra Rai - 1st July
63. World Population Day - July 11
64. Kargil Memorial Day - 26th July
65. World Breastfeeding Day - August 1
66. World Youth Day - August 12
67. Independence Day - 15th August
68. National Sports Day - August 29
69. Dhyanachandra's birthday - August 29
70. Teacher's Day - 5th September
71. International Literacy Day - September 8
73. World Brotherhood and Apology Day - September 14
74. Engineer's Day - 15th September
75. Accumulation Day - 15th September
76. Ozone Retention Day - September 16
77. Establishment day of RPF - September 20
78. World Peace Day - September 21
79. World Tourism Day - September 27
80. International Day of Older Persons - October 1
81. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti - 2nd October
82. International Day of Non-Violence - October 2
83. World Nature Day - October 3
84. World Animal Welfare Day - October 4
85. World Teacher's Day - October 5
86. World Wildlife Day - 6 October
87. Air Force Day - October 8
88. World Postal Day - October 9
90. Jayaprakash Jayanti - 11 October
91. World Standards Day - October 14
93. World Food Day - 16 October
94. World Iodine Deficiency Day - October 21
95. United Nations Day - October 24
96. World Thrift Day - October 30
97. Indira Gandhi's Virtue Date - October 31
98. World Service Day - November 9
99. National Legal Literacy Day - 9th November
100. Children's Day - November 14
101. World Diabetes Day - November 14

        International day for tolerance -                  November 16

102. World Student Day - 17th November
103. National Journalism Day - 17 November
104. World Adult Day - November 18
105. World Citizens' Day - November 19
106. Universal Children's Day - November 20
107. World Television Day - November 21
108. World Meat Prohibition Day - November 25
109. World Environmental Protection Day - 26 November
110. Christmas Day - December 25

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