Important Days in July

In this article you will read about the important days in July and dates that comes in month of July which is important to memorize for the purpose of competitive exam preparation.
Important Days in July

Important Days  and dates in July

1st July
National Doctor’s day.
National Postal Worker Day
Canada Day
Chartered Accountants Day
2nd July
World UFO Day
National Anisette Day
3rd July
National Fried Clam Day
4th July
Independence Day of USA
6th July
World Zoonoses Day.
11th July
World Population Day.
12th July
World Malala day.
National Simplicity Day
Paper Bag Day
17th July
World Day for International Justice Day
18th July
Nelson Mandela International Day.
24th July
National Thermal Engineer Day
26th July
Kargil Vijay Diwas
28th July
World Nature conservation day.
World Hepatitis Day
29th July
International Tiger Day
So Here the list of all important days in July with explanation:

1st July: National Doctor’s Day

Doctors are treated as a god because they are the persons who increase the life of humans and save them from diseases. So this day is celebrated to give huge respect and awareness to the people regarding medical technology.

National Postal Worker Day:

National Postal Day is also celebrated on 1st July every year to thank the people or workers who are working consistently to provide postal services like package delivery, mail delivery, etc.

Canada Day

This day is celebrated on 1 July every year as an anniversary of the formation of the union of the North America federation under the name of Canada.

Chartered Accountants Day

The second largest professional accounting and finance structure of the world the institute of Chartered Accountants of India was formed on 1st July 1949. So to commemorate its anniversary this day is celebrated as Chartered Accountants Day.

2nd July: World UFO Day

UFO stands for unidentified flying objects and was celebrated the first time in 2001. This day is celebrated as an awareness day to aware of the people regarding the unidentified flying objects.

National Anisette Day

Anisette is anise-flavored liquor and this day is mainly celebrated in Spain, Italy, and France.

3rd July: National Fried Clam Day

This day is celebrated to give more attention to the traditional process of making deep-frying crumbs.

4th July: Independence Day USA

This day is celebrated to commemorate the independence of the United State from Great Britain in the year of 1776 on the 4th of July.

6th World Zoonoses Day

Zoonotic is a disease whose first vaccination was made by Louis Pasteur on 6 July 1885. This day is celebrated to spread awareness among the people regarding these diseases.

11th July: World Population Day

This day is celebrated every year worldwide to aware people of the increasing problem of population and teach them to control this increasing population.

12th July: National Simplicity Day

This day is celebrated in the honor of Henry David Thoreau who was an advocate for living lives of simplicity and told us to the importance of simple life and this is necessary for us regarding increasing problem global warming and natural disasters.

Paper bag day

It celebrated to aware of the people regarding the use of paper bags rather than the plastic bag.

14th July: French National Day

This day is celebrated to commemorate the anniversary of the turning point of the French Revolution.

17th July: World Day for International Justice

This day is also known as International Criminal Justice Day and celebrated annually on 17 July. This day is celebrated to aware of the people regarding the policy and emerging system of the International Justice System.

18th July: international nelson Mandela day

This day is celebrated to memorize the legacy of Nelson Mandela’s life to make the world a better place by needful changes.

22nd July: Pi Approximation Day

Pi day is celebrated on 14th March every year but similarly, PI approximation day is celebrated on 22 July every year. Its approximated value is 22/7 or 3.14.

24th July: National Thermal Engineer Day

This day is dedicated to the thermal engineering industries for their contribution to advancing the technology. National Thermal Day is observed on 24 July every year.

25th July: National Refreshment Day

This day is celebrated as fun in the summer season to fresh ourselves from a warm climate.

26th July: Kargil Vijay Diwas

 Kargil war occurs between India and Pakistan in the district of Kashmir, Kargil and elsewhere along the LOC. On this day India wins the war and celebrates this day as Kargil Vijay Diwas to commemorate the sacrifices of Jawans in this war.

28th July: National Parent’s Day (4th Sunday of July)

Fourth Sunday of July is observed as National Parent’s Day and this day is celebrated in the honor of all the parents for their vital role and sacrifices in the life of their children.

World Nature Conservation Day

This day is celebrated to spread awareness regarding the conservation of energy sources, natural products, and conservation of earth climate across the world.

28th July: World Hepatitis Day

This day is observed every year on 28th July to raise the people’s attention to the diseases of Hepatitis which is very dangerous diseases.

29th July; International tiger Day

This day is recognized to see the need for conservation of tigers. Their population decreases drastically in some previous decades by hunting and some of the diseases all over the world. This time it is necessary to aware of the people regarding the importance and need of tigers in the forests for balancing the nature system.  
To read other important days and dates that occur in other months click billow given links and if there is some other important days in July that we miss please comment below:

Leave a Comment