Important Days in September

Important Days in  September

Important Days & dates in  September

5th Sept
Teachers’ Day (Dr. Radhakrishnan’s birthday), Forgiveness day
8th Sept
World Literacy Day
14th Sept
Hindi day
World First Air Day
15th Sept
Engineer’s day in India
16th Sept
World Ozone Day
21st Sept
Alzheimer’s Day, International day of peace
25th Sept
Social justice day
26th Sept
Day of the Deaf
27th Sept
World Tourism Day

1st September: National Nutrition Week

The first week of September is celebrated as National Nutrition Week to spread knowledge among the people regarding the importance of healthy nutrition in human life.

1-13 September: Onam Festival

This is a regional festival which is celebrated mainly in Kerala state and celebration are made by playing many games like boat racing, music art and performing regional dance.

2nd September: World Coconut Day

This day is celebrated in the formation of the Asian Pacific Coconut Community to increase the importance of coconut.

5th September: International Day of Charity

This day is celebrated every year on 5th September to raise the attention of people toward the charity. Charity plays an important role in the nation’s development.

5th September: Teachers’ Day

Teacher day is celebrated in the honor of birthday anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who was the second president of India and also a teacher. This day is dedicated to the teachers who play an important role in the making of the nation’s youth capable.

8th September: International Literacy day

This day is observed every year on 8 September to aware of the people of all around the world regarding the importance of education in life.

World Physical Therapy Day

Physical Therapy plays an important role in health. So this day is celebrated to aware of the people regarding the importance of physical therapy and raise respect all over the world for the therapist.

10th September: World Suicide Prevention Day

This day is observed to spread attention regarding the increasing cases of suicide all over the world.

14th September: Hindi Diwas

On this day in 1947 Hindi, written in Devanagari script adopted as an official language of independent India. This day is celebrated to increase awareness among the people to their official language.

15th September: Engineer’s Day

This day is celebrated in the honor of Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya an Indian engineer. This day is dedicated to those engineers who make the structure of the nation and develop the equipment for the peoples’ comfortable.

International Day of Democracy

This day is celebrated to give reminders every year to the people that democracy is the base of the human world where everyone has equal rights and responsibility toward humanity.

16th September: World Ozone Day

In 1995 this day is celebrated first time to aware the people regarding the importance of the ozone layer and its depletion causes. It is one of the most important factors by which human life is alive on earth.

21st September: International Day of Peace

In 2001 21 September declared as an international day of peace of nonviolence to set peace all around the world.

26th September: World Maritime Day

This day is celebrated to bring equality to the maritime community. Aim of the celebration of this day is to bring women in the maritime sector.

27th September: World Tourism Day

This day is celebrated to aware of the people regarding the importance of tourism which brings the employment opportunity with it. It transfers the culture and increases the nation’s cultural relations.

28th September: World Rabies Day

This day is dedicated to the horrifying disease Rabies. Aim of this day is awareness regarding this disease and aware people regarding their prevention and procedure.

29th September: World Heart Day

This day is celebrated to aware of the people regarding the diseases of the heart and their treatment. The focus of this day is to aware people of how to make a healthy heart.

30th September: International translation day

This day is celebrated to provide opportunities and encourage language professionals.

4th Sunday of September: World Rivers Day

This day is celebrated to aware of the people regarding the importance and pollution of rivers. This is the main source of fresh water and it is polluted by humans very quickly. So today it necessary need to clean the rivers and protect them.

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