Army Day 2021: It is observed on 15 January every year to commemorate the brave soldiers and the Indian Army. Here we are providing quotes, wishes, messages, etc. so that you can share and thank soldiers for their service to the country.
Army Day 2021: It is observed on 15 January every year in India, in recognition of Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa's taking over as the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from General Sir Francis Butcher, the last British Commander-in-Chief of India.
Pongal festival 2021: It is the harvest festival of Tamil Nadu that falls in the month of Thai (January-February season). The uniqueness of the festival reminds us of the importance of natural resources, especially when the entire world is battling environmental change.
Happy Makar Sankranti 2021: It is the harvest festival celebrated in India. This year it is celebrated on 14 January. It marks the day of the sun's transit into the zodiac sign Makara (Capricorn). On this occassion let us have a look at quotes, wishes, messages, Facebook and WhatsApp status to share with friends and near ones, etc.
Makar Sankranti 2021: It is also known as Uttarayan and has its own historical and religious significance in India. Let us read more about Makar Sankranti, how is it celebrated, history behind the festival, etc
National Youth Day 2021: It is observed on 12 January to commemorate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. On this day let us have a look at some powerful and inspirational quotes and poems of Swami Vivekananda that inspires you to achieve your dreams.
On 31st December, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Mann Ki Baat Address gave the idea of the National Youth Parliament Festival (NYPF). Let us read in detail about the NYPF, its objectives, guidelines for participation, etc.
Pravasi Bhartiya Divas (PBD) 2021: It is observed once every two years to increase the engagement of the overseas Indian community with the Government of India and also focus on reconnecting them with their roots. Let us have a glimpse of Pravasi Bhartiya Divas and Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention 2021.
Happy New Year 2021: It is the time to celebrate the upcoming year with joy and wishing near and dear ones. Here we are providing some quotes, messages, wishes, greetings, etc. to share with your loved ones on New Year 2021.
National Consumers Right Day 2020: It is observed on 24 December to raise awareness about the rights of consumers and responsibilities. This is the day when the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 had received the assent of the President. Let us read more about National Consumers Right Day.
National Mathematics Day 2020: It is observed on 22 December every year to mark the birth anniversary of legendary Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan and his contributions in the field of mathematics. Let us read more about National Mathematics Day, its history, significance and how is it celebrated in India.
Minorities Rights Day in India 2020: To protect the rights of the minority communities every year on 18 December Minorities Rights Day is observed in India. This day also focuses on bringing a better understanding and educating people about the issues related to minorities and their safety. Let us read more about Minorities Rights Day in India.
Vijay Diwas 2020: It is celebrated on 16 December every year to commemorate the victory of India over Pakistan in 1971. The day is for remembrance of our brave soldiers who have sacrificed their lives for a noble cause. Let us have a look at some patriotic quotes, slogans, wishes, messages, WhatsApp, and Facebook status that you can share, significance, etc.
Indian Navy played a crucial role during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971 and started Operation Trident. To commemorate the attack and to accomplish the role of Naval force every year, Navy Day is celebrated on 4 December. Let us have a look at how Navy Day is celebrated, the history of the Indian Navy and some interesting facts.
Nurturing Neighbourhoods Challenge has been recently launched to improve Indian cities and public spaces for the well being of the young children and their caretakers. Take a look at the significance, importance, benefits, and other details of the Challenge here.