Important Days & Dates in September 2021:
The month of September has already begun, and there are various important days in the month of September that old a great significance in our lives. Here are some of the Important Days in September 2021, mentioned in the article below.
Observed from 1st to 7th September, the whole week aims to create awareness among people about the importance of nutrition in the human body for better health.
Observed on 2nd September, World Coconut Day aims to create awareness among people about the importance of fruit in poverty reduction, and also commemorates the foundation of the Asian Pacific Coconut Community (APCC).
Observed on 5th September, International Charity Day aims to remove poverty and attain sustainable development goals.
Teachers in India have a more prominent place than parents and this day is celebrated as Teacher's Day by the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan's birth anniversary and students appreciate and acknowledge the efforts of teachers in shaping their future.
Brazil got independence from the Portuguese on 7 September 1822. It was in 1889 that Brazil decided to become a republican government and it ended its monarchical system.
Literacy is one of the basic rights of humans and this day is celebrated to make people aware of the importance of literacy.
This day is celebrated to raise awareness among people about the importance of first aid and how to save lives in case of emergency.
This day is celebrated because on this day the Constituent Assembly of India adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as the official language of the Republic of India in 1949.
This day is celebrated in India to pay tribute to India's first engineer, Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.
This day is celebrated to highlight the importance of democracy in a country and the effective realization of Human Rights.
The Montreal Protocol was signed on this day in 1987. The United Nations General Assembly established this day to celebrate World Ozone Day to remind the world about the ozone layer and its dangers.
In 2001, the General Assembly adopted resolution 55/282 and established 21 September as the International Day of Peace for Nonviolence and Ceasefire.
This day is celebrated to create awareness about the challenges faced by people due to dementia. In 2012, World Alzheimer's Month was launched.
This day is celebrated to provide an opportunity to people to stand up for the welfare of cancer patients and help in creating hope for cancer patients for the availability of its treatment.
This day is celebrated to create awareness among citizens about the importance of language learning and to protect the heritage of the language.
This day is celebrated to raise awareness about the importance of contraception and various methods of contraception.
This day is celebrated to make people see tourism as an industry and a pool of employment and to create awareness to build the future of millions of people around the world.
Every year this day is celebrated on the last Sunday of September. It is celebrated all over the world to encourage people to improve and save water, rivers.
This week usually starts from the last week of September and ends on the last Sunday of the month and is also known as World Day of the Deaf.
This day is celebrated to create awareness about this disease and to make people aware of its preventive measures.
This day is celebrated to raise awareness among people about heart-related diseases.