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Some important National Days

Published on January 05, 2024
Current Context: Here are some national important days. These days hold great significance in India’s history and culture and are celebrated with various events and activities across the country.
  • August 5: is celebrated for the repeal of Article 370 in 2019 and as “Ayodhya Diwas” for laying of the foundation stone for the Ram Temple in 2020.
  • January 22: will be the consecration of the temple with demands that it be declared a public holiday and the PM has urged people to celebrate it as Diwali.
  • May 28: The PM inaugurated the new Parliament Building on the birth anniversary of VD Savarkar.
  • December 25: is celebrated as Christmas and also as “Good Governance Day” on the occasion of the birth anniversary of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
  • January 23: In 2021, the government announced celebrating Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth Anniversary as “Parakram Diwas”.
  • October 31: Since 2014, Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary has been celebrated as “National Unity Day” while earlier Indira Gandhi’s birth anniversary on November 19 was marked as “National Integration Day”.
  • March 12: In 2021, the PM launched the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav on the day Mahatma Gandhi began the Dandi salt satyagraha in 1930, and it was conducted on October 31, 2023.
  • August 14: In 2021, the PM urged people to mark it as the Partition Horrors Remembrance Day, it is Pakistan’s Independence Day.
  • December 26: is now celebrated as Veer Bal Diwas, where Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar are announced instead of November 14, Jawahar Lal Nehru’s birth anniversary.


Q.1 What event does January 22 commemorate?
a. Consecration of the Ram Temple
b. Diwali
c. Both a and b
d. None of the above

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