Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, a renowned Indian engineer, scholar, and statesman. While he is well-known for his achievements, there are some lesser-known facts about him.
Every year on September 16th, individuals worldwide come together to observe World Ozone Day, an important occasion aimed at raising awareness among the public about the depletion of the ozone layer.
Hindi Diwas or National Hindi Day, is a special occasion celebrated annually on September 14th.
Teachers play a pivotal role in shaping our lives and the future of society. Teachers Day is a special occasion to express our gratitude and appreciation for the incredible work they do.
August 21st marks World Senior Citizen Day, a meaningful occasion to acknowledge the remarkable contributions, obstacles, and unwavering strength of older adults worldwide.
World Mosquito Day: Global Efforts Intensify to Combat Mosquito-Borne Diseases and Ensure a Healthier Future
Each year, on August 20th, people worldwide unite to recognize World Mosquito Day. It reminds us of the ongoing fight against one of the planet’s most infamous creatures.
World Photography Day, observed on August 19th each year, is a global celebration of the art and impact of photography.
On August 10th, world come together to celebrate these magnificent big cats on World Lion Day, a global initiative dedicated to raising awareness about their conservation and honouring their place in the world.
India’s Independence Day is a momentous occasion that marks the nation’s freedom from colonial rule. Here are five inspiring speeches for school students to commemorate India’s Independence Day.
Indigenous peoples’ rights breaches have long been a problem, originating from a complex historical legacy of colonisation and the clash of traditional values with an ever-changing global culture.
As we commemorate the 81st anniversary of the Quit India Movement in 2023, it’s essential to revisit this momentous chapter in India’s struggle for independence.
From political leaders to grassroots activists, Indian women played a significant role in the fight for independence, leaving an indelible mark on the nation’s collective conscience.
True friendship goes beyond superficial interactions, surpassing mere acquaintance to become a bond that stands the test of time.
If you’re wondering how to celebrate Friendship Day in a unique and meaningful way, here are some creative ideas and activities to make the day truly special.
World Nature Conservation Day is a significant annual event observed on July 28th, aimed at raising awareness about the importance of preserving our environment and natural resources.
On July 29th each year, people around the world come together to celebrate International Tiger Day, an occasion dedicated to raising awareness for tiger conservation.
Kargil Vijay Diwas is a significant and revered day in India, celebrated annually on July 26th, to commemorate the victory of the Indian armed forces in the Kargil War against Pakistan.
Parenthood is a remarkable journey filled with love, sacrifice and growth. As we celebrate Parents Day, let us look at the unique challenges Indian parents face and find effective solutions to nurture strong and thriving families.
Mango is one of the most beloved fruits in the world. For centuries, mangoes have been a symbol of love, desire, ecstasy, and pain in the poetry of the renowned writer and poet, Mirza Asad Mullah Baig Khan. (Mango Day)
National Mango Day is an annual celebration dedicated to cherishing and savoring the tropical fruit, mango, renowned for its delectable taste and various health advantages.
Each year on July 20th, people worldwide come together to celebrate a remarkable event that forever changed the course of human history—International Moon Day.
Every year on July 18th, the world comes together to celebrate Nelson Mandela International Day, a day dedicated to honouring the life & achievements of one of the most revered leaders in history.
The core focus of the theme of World Population Day 2023 is the empowerment of women and girls. Gender equality is not just a moral imperative; it is also essential for achieving sustainable development.
World Population Day is observed annually on July 11th, serving as a reminder of the importance of understanding and addressing global population issues. Know the theme, History, significance and Facts.