November 28, 2021

Important Days in July 2021 ( National and International )

The seventh month of the year- July, is also the birth month of cancers (June 21- July 22) and Leos (July 23- August 22). It was initially called “Quintilis” in Latin as it was the fifth month in the Roman Calendar. However, it was later changed to “July” in honour of the Roman general Julias Ceasar. In 450 BC, during the Julian calendar reform, Quintilis also had 31 days, but it was changed when January became the first month of the year. 

Important Days in July 2021 ( National and International )

Important Days List in July 2021
Important Days List in July 2021

There are several important international and national days that are celebrated in July. The below-listed events are the ones for July 2021:

July 1, National Doctor’s Day: 

To honour all the hard work done by doctors worldwide, July 1 every year is celebrated as National Doctor’s Day. Especially during tough times like the pandemic, it is impossible to get through it without the help of the doctors, who toil all day long to save lives. 

July 1, Chartered Accountants Day:

Chartered Accountant’s Day or ICAI Foundation Day is celebrated in honour of one of the oldest institutions in India. It currently has about 2.5 Lakh members, and it acts as the sole regulatory body for any or all accountancy related profession. 

July 1, National Postal Worker Day:

Living amid a pandemic, everybody chooses online deliveries and postal services as the only medium to buy the things we need. The National Postal Worker Day is our way of thanking all the delivery personnel for delivering our packages safely. While we refuse to shop in physical stores due to safety precautions, they risk their lives to deliver items to us. 

July 1, Why and When GST Day:

This day is to celebrate the reforms in the Indian taxation system and inform people about it to help gain more knowledge on the topic.

July 2, World UFO Day:

UFO or unidentified flying object is a mystery when it comes to its existence. Nevertheless, UFO enthusiasts around the globe celebrate this day to encourage people to look into the skies and do more research about UFOS. Some celebrate it on June 24, which is when aviator Kennet Arnold reported that he came across a UFO, while others hailed it on July 2 when the Roswell crash happened. 

July 2, World Sports Journalist Day:

Founded by The International Sports Press Association (AIPS) in 1994 as a milestone of their 70th anniversary. Sports being one of the most enjoyed columns in all the news services, it is a special day for sports journalists and sports enthusiasts.

July 3, International Plastic Bag Free Day:

This day was founded to bring awareness to the public about plastic pollution and how it damages the environment. Our ignorance has already caused many damages to the environment, and days like this are crucial to create awareness and help bring a change in the world. 

July 4, International Co-operative Day: 

Keeping alliance with the United Nations, the International Cooperatives annually celebrate the International Co-operative Day to bring awareness about the cooperatives. In addition, it discusses the contributions by the cooperative for some of the most critical issues that the UN is working on to resolve.

July 6, World Zoonoses Day :

The day is celebrated to honour the work of the French Biologist Louis Pasteur. He was the first biologist to find the first vaccine for rabies disease in the year 1885, on this day. 

July 7, World Chocolate Day:

Everybody loves chocolate. It is always the solution for any kind of mood. Although some may view it as unhealthy food, dark chocolate with lesser sugar content is good for our health. The chocolate being unhealthy is a misconception as the cocoa or chocolate itself is not harmful; it is the added sugar content that makes it unhealthy. To appreciate the existence of this wonderful creation is why we celebrate July 7 as World Chocolate Day. 

July 10, National Fish Farmers’ Day:

This day is celebrated in honour of scientists Dr K. H. Alikunhi and Dr H. L. Chaudhury. On this day, the country’s fishery sector uses it to bring attention to the contribution of mumpreneurs and the importance of the industries in the water sector.

July 11, World Population Day:

Recognised by the United Nations, World Population Day is to raise awareness of the problems faced by the people because of the increased population. In times like this, there are many issues like unattended pregnancies and disrupted supply chains which are serious issues faced by international organisations. 

July 13, World Malala Day:

World Malala Day is celebrated on the birthday of Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. People around the world use this day to learn about countries where there is a problem with girl child education. Educate yourself through books, documentaries about the struggle Malala went through to get the education that she deserved.

July 15, World Youth Skills Day:

Times have changed, and employers expect skilful employees rather than someone who can only score good grades. Therefore, this day is used as a platform to spread the importance of developing necessary skills by the youth to create greater opportunities in the future. 

July 17, World Day for International Justice:

This day is to memorialise the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998. It is to bring awareness to the importance of international justice for people who get affected by war crimes and other crimes against humanity.  

July 18, Nelson Mandela International Day:

Nelson Mandela International Day is to remember and recognise the efforts put by the South African president, Nelson Mandela. He fought against racial discrimination, peace and freedom for his people. On this day, we all need to learn from him, follow in his footsteps and always treat everybody equally and fight for our rights.

July 20, International Chess Day:

Chess is one of the ancient games which involves the spirit of sports and critical thinking. 

This day is celebrated to honour the establishment of the Federation Internationale des Echecs (FIDES). 

July 20, Science Exploration Day:

On July 20 1969, the first mission launched men to the moon. To commemorate one of the most significant successes in the science industry, Science Exploration Day is celebrated. On this day, visit your local space station or museums, and read about different space exploration books. Most importantly! Remember to have fun!

July 23, National Broadcasting Day:

This is a national celebration in India. This day in 1927 was the “first-ever radio broadcast” in the country. Hence every July 23 is celebrated as National Broadcasting Day to mark the historic event. 

July 25, Parents Day

July 25 is marked as parents day. on this speical day you can give some gifts to your parents to support him and to show your love. this is the important for all children’s and enjoy this day with your parents.

July 26, Kargil Vijay Diwas :

This day is to remember the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Kargil war. This year India will be celebrating its 22nd year of victory in the Kari War. However, it would not have been possible if it was not for the brave soldiers. 

July 26, International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem:

The General Conference of UNESCO adopted this international day in 2015. The purpose of celebrating this day is to raise awareness of the mangrove system, and it is “a unique, special and vulnerable ecosystem” which needs to be protected. 

July 27, CRPF Observes 82nd Raising Day:

On this day, it is the 82nd anniversary of the Central Reserve Police Force. On this occasion, several officers who have dedicated their lives to serving the police force are thanked for their service and are celebrated. 

July 28, World Hepatitis Day:

World Hepatitis Day is noted for raising knowledge on the disease and encouraging increased effort by national and international organisations to overcome this issue. It is celebrated on July 28 to mark the birth of the Nobel-prize winning scientist Dr Baruch Blumberg, who developed tests, vaccines for the virus. 

July 28, World Nature Conservation Day:

World Nature Conservation Day is important because we all live in one common home: the planet earth. Without a safe and living safe, it is impossible to live our lives, and it is our responsibility to act. On this day, we need to spread information about the importance of conserving nature. 

July 29, International Tiger Day:

Tigers are the national animals of India. However, despite being the national animal, the number of tigers is reducing day by day, and they are becoming endangered. On this day, people spread awareness of the importance of Tiger conservation. 

July 30, World Day Against Trafficking in Person:

We all want a safe place for our children to grow up in, but many illicit activities like human trafficking make us question this safety. With this year’s theme being “Victims’ Voices Lead the Way, ” people share their experiences and spread awareness on the topic. 

July 31, World Ranger Day:

Many rangers get killed or injured in the line of duty. On World Ranger Day, we take time to remember those who lost their lives and to appreciate the efforts and sacrifices made by all the Rangers globally.

There are so many events for this month. Each and every one of the events has its own significance that we all need to recognise and follow. Lastly, for those who are celebrating your birthday this month, happy birthday!

Naveen Dagar

Hi, I’m Naveen Dagar. The founder of this blog NationalDay and many others. I’m a full-time blogger, a digital marketer.

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