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Dussehra is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. This day culminates the nine day long fasting period of Navratri. On this day the idol of Goddess Durga is taken in a procession and gets immerged in big water bodies. Many people of the Hindu faith observe Dussehra through special prayer meetings and food offerings to the goddess at home and in temples outside.

Vijaya dashami is the day following navratri (nine nights) and is celebrated as a day of victory of the good over the evil. It marks the end of Durga Puja and the nine days long navratri festival.

Dussehra – Also known as ‘Vijaya Dashami’ is the tenth day of Ashwin, Shukla Paksha* .

*Shukla Paksha is the waxing moon days of the month which is the brightening fortnight of the lunar Hindu calendar. The month of Ashwin mostly coincides with the month…

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The theme for World Animal Day 2022 is a “shared planet”. It means that the world belongs to every living creature and not just humans.

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World Animal Day is an international day of action for animal rights and welfare celebrated annually on October 4, the feast day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.

World Animal Day is an international day of action to raise the status of animals and improve their welfare and is celebrated annually on October 4, the feast day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. First held in 1925, the day is a means of drawing attention to animal welfare issues across the globe by encouraging businesses, schools, clubs and others to organise and participate in various World Animal Day events, with the goal of improving the lives of all animals through recognition and awareness.

Historically, the day was initiated by its originator, cynologist and animal protection activist Heinrich Zimmermann, but today, the yearly global celebration of animals is spearheaded by UK-based animal welfare charity, Naturewatch…

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Let every day be a day of non-violence.

Sand art of Mahatma Gandhi by Sudarsan Pattnaik

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Happy Gandhi Jayanti…!

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International Coffee Day (1 October) is an occasion that is used to promote and celebrate coffee as a beverage, with events now occurring in places around the world. The first official date was 3 October 2015, as agreed by then International Coffee Organization and was launched in Milan. This day is also used to promote fair trade coffee and to raise awareness for the plight of the coffee growers.

On this day, many businesses offer free or discounted cups of coffee. Some businesses share coupons and special deals with their loyal followers via social networking. Some greeting card companies sell International Coffee Day greeting cards as well as free e-cards.

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Theme for 2022: ‘A world without barriers’.

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World Translation Day – 30th September

For all communication heroes who break the language barrier

International Translation Day is celebrated every year on 30th September on the feast of St. Jerome, the Bible translator who is considered the patron saint of translators.


The celebrations have been promoted by International Federation of Translators (FIT) ever since it was setup in 1953. It is celebrated to show solidarity of the world wide translation community in an effort to promote the translation profession in different countries.


This is an opportunity to display pride in a profession that is becoming increasingly essential in the era of progressing globalisation.

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💖 WORLD HEART DAY ~ 2022 💖

World Heart Day is observed every year on September 29 with an objective to raise awareness about the rising concerns of heart health and cardiovascular diseases and ways to prevent and treat the same. This year’s theme is ‘Use Heart for Every Heart’.

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Theme for 2021: ‘Harnessing the power of digital health to improve awareness, prevention and management of CVD globally’.

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Theme for 2022: “New technologies for greener shipping”.

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World Maritime Day ~ 30th September 2021

Theme for 2021: “Seafarers at the core of shipping’s future”.


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Bhagat Singh (28 September 1907 – 23 March 1931) was a charismatic Indian revolutionary who participated in the murder of a junior British police officer and an Indian head constable in mistaken retaliation for the death of an Indian nationalist. He also took part in a largely symbolic bombing of the Central Legislative Assembly in Delhi and a hunger strike in jail, which—on the back of sympathetic coverage in Indian-owned newspapers—turned him into a household name in Punjab region, and after his execution at age 23 into a martyr and folk hero in Northern India. Borrowing ideas from Bolshevism and anarchism, he electrified a growing militancy in India in the 1930s, and prompted urgent introspection within the Indian National Congress’s nonviolent but eventually successful campaign for India’s independence.

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According to the World Health Organisation, the theme of World Rabies Day 2022 is ‘Rabies: One Health, Zero Deaths.’

It is celebrated annually to raise awareness about rabies prevention and to highlight progress in defeating this horrifying disease. September 28 also marks the anniversary of Louis Pasteur’s death, the French chemist and microbiologist, who developed the first rabies vaccine.

World Rabies Day is an international awareness campaign coordinated by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control, a non-profit organization with headquarters in the United States. It is a United Nations Observance and has been endorsed by international human and veterinary health organizations such as the World Health Organization, the Pan American Health Organization, the World Organisation for Animal Health and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

World Rabies Day takes place each year on September 28, the anniversary of the death of Louis Pasteur who, with the collaboration of his colleagues, developed the first efficacious rabies vaccine. World Rabies Day aims to raise awareness about the impact of rabies on humans and animals, provide information and advice on how to prevent the disease in at-risk communities, and support advocacy for increased efforts in rabies control.

Rabies remains a significant health problem in many countries of the world. Over 99% of all human deaths caused by rabid dog bites happen in the developing world, with 95% of deaths occurring in Africa and Asia. With the exception of Antarctica, people and animals on every continent are at risk of contracting rabies.

One major problem with rabies prevention is a lack of basic life-saving knowledge among people at risk. Organizations working on the issue can often feel isolated, and, as a neglected disease, rabies does not attract sufficient resources, even though the world has the tools and knowledge to prevent rabies and nobody needs to die from this disease.

Health awareness days can help to improve policy on diseases and increase resources to prevent and control them. This understanding led to the development of an awareness day against rabies.

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Tourism Day Theme:

The theme for 2022 is ‘Rethinking Tourism’ and it will be highlighting the tourism sector being recognized as an important pillar for development.


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Theme for 2021: “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”.

Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated World Tourism Day as international observances on September 27. This date was chosen as on that day in 1970, the Statutes of the UNWTO were adopted. The adoption of these Statutes is considered a milestone in global tourism. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness on the role of tourism within the international community and to demonstrate how it affects social, cultural, political and economic values worldwide.

At its Twelfth Session in Istanbul, Turkey, in October 1997, the UNWTO General Assembly decided to designate a host country each year to act as the Organization’s partner in the celebration of World Tourism Day. At its Fifteenth Session in Beijing, China, in October 2003, the Assembly decided the following geographic order to be followed for World Tourism Day…

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🕉️ NAVRATRI – 2022 🕉️

Festival Period:
26 Sep 2022 (Mon) – 5 Oct 2022 (Wed).

Navratri meaning nine nights is celebrated for ten days and nine nights with each night having an unique incarnation of the deity (maa Durga) as follows.

Day 1 – Shailaputri
Day 2 – Brahmacharini
Day 3 – Chandraghanta
Day 4 – Kushmanda
Day 5 – Skandamata
Day 6 – Katyayani
Day 7 – Kalaratri
Day 8 – Mahagauri
Day 9 – Siddhidatri





Maa Durga has been extensively mentioned in Vedic Texts (In Rigveda & Atharvaveda) Maa Durge too finds mention in TAITTIRIYA ARANYAKA. Whereas the name of Maa Kali finds place in Rig Veda. Her name too appears in Shiv Purana, Bhagavat Maha Purana, Vishnu Purana, Markandeya Puran etc.

t has been mentioned In Durga Purana that Goddess Durga as the Eternal Truth. An epitome of Feminine Power (Shakti), She is in fct an eternal source of universe. She is both compassionate and with huge reserve of power to bestow protection to the universe as a whole.

She is considered to be the Creator of the universe, she is the destroyer of  evil in the form of demons protects the humankinds, nurtures all living beings that is why she is also termed…

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