Important Days and Dates in August 2022
Every month has some important days. In this article, we will see all the important National and international days and dates in August.
Muslim Women Rights Day
Especially to save Muslim women against triple talaq.
World Wide Web Day
This day is dedicated to the worldwide web that brought the whole world to our fingertips.
Celebrated by locals for preserving their traditions and culture.
(1 to 7) August: World Breastfeeding week
To encourage breastfeeding which has high health benefits for newborn babies
World Sanskrit Day
World Sanskrit Day or Sanskrit Diwas is also known as Viswa Sanskrit Dinam. It is observed on Shraavana Poornima
To remember the people who lost their lives. Peace and love are promoted on this day.
National Handloom Day
Celebrates the Swadeshi Movement, which began in Bengal. The day emphasizes using Indian-made goods.
Quit India Movement/Kranti Diwas(Quit India Day)
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi began the ‘Quit India’ movement in 1942
Black day for Japan. The day commemorates people who lost their lives during the bomb attacks. Peace and love are promoted on this day.
International Day of World’s Indigenous People
People are encouraged to spread awareness on the rights and protection of indigenous people worldwide.
World Biofuel Day
Biofuel is a great non-fossil fuel that acts as a substitute for traditional fossil fuels
The day holds emotional value for brothers and sisters in India.
International Youth Day
Focused on the protection and development of the youth worldwide.
World Elephant Day
Focused on protecting and preserving elephants everywhere.
International Left-Handers Day
Observing the unique and difference of lefthanders worldwide.
Organ Donation Day
To spread knowledge about the value of organ donation, should to taught to everyone as it can help patients to live, after the donor death.
Independence Day of Pakistan (Youm-e-Azadi)
Celebrated as the day of independence in Pakistan.
Independence day in India
Celebrated as the day of independence from British rule in India.
Also, the following countries celebrate their independence day on 15th August. Bahrain, North Korea and South Korea, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Liechtenstein
World Photography Day
Celebrate the art and science of photography.
World Humanitarian Day
humanitarian workers, who work during the disaster and other calamities to honor them this day is celebrated.
Sadbhavana Diwas or Harmony Day
To celebrate the birth anniversary of the youngest Prime Minister Sri Rajiv Gandhi.
World Mosquito Day
Celebrated to raise awareness related to diseases caused by mosquitoes
World Senior Citizen Day
Senior citizens, to protect them from age discrimination and make them comfortable life till the end.
International Day for Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief
The International Day Remembering the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.
International Day for the Remembrance of Slave Trade and Abolition
Abolishes slave trade and slavery.
(25 to 30) August: World Water Week
World Water Week organized by SIWI is the annual focal point for global water issues
Women’s Equality Day
To promote and support women’s equality.
International Dog Day
To encourage people around the world to adopt instead of buying dogs.
National Sports Day
National Sports Day: The National Sports Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand.
International Day against Nuclear Tests
International Day against Nuclear Tests to avoid the use of nuclear weapons as Hiroshima and Nagasaki has already seen the nuclear bomb effects.
Small Industry Day
Celebrated to promote and support small industries.
Celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna.
International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances
To protect against the enforced disappearances of the victims without their will or any trial.
Malaysia National Day (Hari Merdeka)
Celebrated as National Day in Malaysia.
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