World UFO Day

World UFO Day is observed on July 02 every year to spread awareness of unidentified flying objects. Promoters of this day encourage the governments to declassify their files on UFO sightings. This day is chosen after the 1947 Roswell, New Mexico incident, which is believed by many to have been a UFO crash! Earlier, June

World Poetry Day

“Poetry is a deal of joy and pain and wonder, with a dash of the dictionary.” -Kahlil Gibran Poetry is a beautiful form of expression. Unlike other literary forms, poetry creates a plethora of feelings and emotions, all abstract.  Did you know? Mahabaratha is the longest epic poem in the world running in 1.8 million

World Beard Day

World Beard Day is celebrated with people worldwide, where they gather together with their beards. It is held on the first Saturday of September, i.e, 3rd of this month. This day signifies the happiness of those with beards.  The specific origins of World Beard Day are unknown, but it is believed that in 800 AD,

Be an Angel Day

Ever heard of the saying, live and let it? That’s exactly what National Be an Angel day is about. Celebrated on the 22nd of August, Be an Angel Day is observed to honor and celebrate those people who are kind to others and do good things. Its belief is as simple as Karma. This day

World Goth Day

Happy World Goth Day!  Celebrate Gothic subculture on May 22nd. The significance of Goth day is to create awareness for goths around the world to make their presence known and define who they are. It is a day celebrated to appreciate the subcultures such as music, movies, fashion, and pop culture. Often associated with darkness,

International Hummus Day

Consume, share, celebrate and profess your love for Hummus this year on 13th May. It’s a day to spread awareness for this delicious food that is considered a cross-cultural phenomenon.  Hummus is an Arabic word that means chickpea. Some historians believe hummus originated in Egypt. Whereas, other groups of people, including the Lebanese, Turks, Jews,

Proofreading Day

It’s inevitable. You type an important email. You read it. You run it through spell-check. Maybe you read it again. By the end, you feel confident in your prose, yet you miss a silly error and hit send. As a result, your colleague gets an email about his farewell where you say, “Let’s stay n

Walk on your Wild Side Day

The title says it all. Let loose and be unpredictable. It’s time to awaken that inner wild streak you’ve been holding on to! This holiday is held on April 12th. Walk on Your Wild Side Day motivates us to take a chance. It’s a call to the inner strength within you to do something ‘they’

World Letter Writing Day

Hand-written letters have a personal touch to them and are collectible, while digital communication certainly is not! World Letter Writing day was established by Richard Simpkin as a tribute to the excitement he felt while receiving a hand-written letter in his mailbox. Such an appreciation came about because of a project – “Australian Legends” he

International Indigenous People’s Day

Indigenous people are the original people who inherit the land of their ancestors who lived in that place for ages. They live in many regions around the world owning, using, or occupying approximately 22% of the land globally. Indigenous people represent a greater cultural diversity numbering at least 370-500 million people from various communities. Indigenous