Category Archives: History

World Oceans day History

By | June 14, 2019

World Oceans day History With the prominent importance in our lives, water needs our attention as well. Having the same context in mind, World Oceans Day came into introduction in the year of 1992. The prime motive for this celebration has always been the awareness about the constructive upshots of the sea, such as we… Read More »

International Level Crossing Awareness Day

By | June 8, 2019

International Level Crossing Awareness Day is celebrated on 7th june. Human’s life is too important not only for themselves but for their friends and family as well. If you also believe the same, then you must try to put essential efforts to ensure at least your safety. International Level Crossing Awareness Day is also celebrated… Read More »

International Children’s Defense Day

By | June 5, 2019

International Children’s Defense Day Being a famous holiday from the past times, International Children’s defense day is celebrated every year for ensuring the protection of the children. Usually, the celebrations of this day occur on the very first day of the summer season, which means 1st June. Even the schools have connected the defense days… Read More »

World Water Day History and Facts

By | May 3, 2019

World Water Day History and Facts World Water Day is celebrated on 22nd March every year that highlights the importance of freshwater. It is an annual UN observance day. It is celebrated throughout the world to raise the awareness of people towards the importance of water in various field of life including the environment, health,… Read More »

World Hemophilia Day History and Themes

By | May 2, 2019

World Hemophilia Day History and Themes World Hemophilia Day is an international observance is celebrated on 17th of April every year. It is celebrated to aware the people for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, which also serves to raise funds and attract volunteers for the WFH. WORLD HEMOPHILIA DAY HISTORY This day was first celebrated… Read More »