"Mark Your Calendars & Celebrate The National Days"

India is a country of diversity and various cultures. While the list of festivals is prolonged, there are some days which are dedicated to the nation and social causes. These days are termed as ‘National Days’ and are celebrated none less than a festival.

List of National Days 

Some of the important National Days are listed below:



Road Safety Week

11th to 17th January

National Youth Day

12th January

Army Day

15th January

National Girl Child Day

24th January

Republic Day

26th January

Martyrs Day

30th January

World Cancer Day

4th February

International Women’s Day

8th March

Dandi March Day

12th March

World Kidney Day

9th March

World Health Day

7th April

World Earth Day

22nd April

World Book Day

23rd April

International Labor Day

1st May

World Press Freedom Day

3rd May

Mother’s Day

Second Sunday of May

World No Tobacco Day

31st May

World Environment Day

5th June

World Blood Donor Day

14th June

International Day of Yoga

21st June

Organ Donation Day

13th August

Independence Day

15th August

Teacher’s Day

5th September

Hindi Diwas

14th September

World Ozone Day

16th September

National Voluntary Blood Donation Day

1st October

Gandhi Jayanti

2nd October

National Unity Day

31st October

All Saints Day

1st November

Children’s day

14th November

World Toilet Day

19th November

Child Rights Day

20th November

International Film Festival of India

20th to 30th November

World Aids Day

1st December

National Pollution Control day

2nd December

Navy Day

4th December

All India Handicrafts Week

8th to 14th December

Human Rights Day

10th December

Minorities Rights Day in India

18th December

National Mathematics Day          

22nd December

National Farmers’ Day  

23rd December

Good Governance Day/Christmas

25th December


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