Holi Festival

happy holi festival Holi Celebration Will begin on March 28 And Ends on March 29 Sunday 28 March To Monday 29th March 2021 What is Holi? Holi is a festival in the Hindu Religion. This festival celebrates the beginning of spring after a long winter. It marks the victory of good over evil. Holi is a festival of […...

National Pharmacist Day

National Pharmacist Day celebration National Pharmacist Day is celebrated on 12th January Every Year! Tuesday 12th January 2021 When is National Pharmacist Day? The National Pharmacist Day, also known as Pharmacist Appreciation Day, occurs on the 12th of January every year. What is National Pharmacist Day? As the name says, the Nation...

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Chinese New Year Will Start From February 12 Friday, 12 February 2021 What is Chinese New Year? Chinese New Year is also known by the name of Lunar New Year. It is a 15-day festival in China and other Chinese communities all around the world that occurs annually. The beginning of this festival is as...

Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan Raksha Bandhan is Celebrated on 22 August! Sunday 22 August 2021 What Is The Meaning Of Raksha Bandhan? Raksha Bandhan is also abbreviated as Rakhi. It is actually a festival in the Hindu religion. This festival is celebrated as a symbol of love and brotherhood. In literal terms, the word Raksha mea...

Lohri Festival

Lohri Festival Lohri Festival Is Celebrated on 13th January Every Year. Wednesday 13th January 2021 What is Lohri Festival? Lohri is a Punjabi festival that comes on the 13th of January every year. This is mainly celebrated by Sikhs. Why is Lohri Festival celebrated? It is commonly believed that Lohri is celebrate...

Passover

Passover celebration Passover Will Starts From March 27th To April 4th | 7 Days Celebration Saturday 27h March 2021 To Sunday 4th April 2021 What is Passover? Passover commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. This day is celebrated by having the Seder Meals, including four cups of wines, eati...

Good Friday

good friday post Good Friday is celebrated every year on the Friday Before Easter. Friday 2nd April 2021 What Is Good Friday? This day is remembered as the day when Jesus suffered and died with his consent by crucifixion. This was the ultimate sacrifice for the sins of his people. Good Friday is followed by Easter- ...

Easter Day

Happy easter day celebration Easter Day will be Celebrated on April 4th in 2021 What Day Is Easter? One of the most significant feasts in the Christian calendar is Easter. It would be hard to trace the beginning of this sacred event, but most of the pieces of evidence suggest that it has been observed since the earliest days [&...

Philippines Independence Day

Philippines Independence Day Philippines Independence Day is Celebrated on 12th June Every Year! Saturday 12th June 2021 What Is The Independence Day of The Philippines? The 12th of June is the day on which the Philippines celebrates its Independence. It was the day when the Philippines separated from Spain back in 1898. This d...

Norway Independence Day

norway independence day Norway Constitution Day Is Celebrated on May 17th Every Year! Monday 17th May 2021 What is Norway National Day? Norway National Day is a public holiday in Norway and is celebrated on the 17th of May every year. This day marks the constitution of Norway. Norway National Day History: 17th of May is th...

Canada Day

National Canada Day is Celebrated on 1st July Every Year! Thursday July 1st 2021 What Is Canada Day? Canada Day is the day to celebrate the country and is also called Canada National Day. This day is observed on the 1st of July every year. Why Is Canada Day Celebrated? The Canada Independence Day co...

Opposite Day

Opposite Day how to celebrate Opposite Day is Celebrated on January 25th Every Year! Monday, January 25th 2021 When Is The Opposite day? The National Opposite Day is observed on the 25th of January every year. However, certain people believe that this day should be celebrated on the 7th of January. But most of the experts agree ...