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- Important Days in March 2023
- List of Important Days in March
- 1st March – Zero Discrimination Day
- 3rd March – World Wildlife Day
- 8th March – International Women’s Day
- 14th March – Pi Day
- 15th March – World Consumer Rights Day
- 20th March – International Day of Happiness
- 21st March – World Down Syndrome Day
- 22nd March – World Water Day
- 23rd March – World Meteorological Day
- 24th March – World Tuberculosis Day
- 27th March – Earth Hour
- 31st March – International Transgender Day of Visibility
Important Days in March 2023
Important days in March 2023 – March contains several significant crucial days in terms of exam preparation for SSC, CHSL, and RRB NTPC. Take a look at our list of important days in March to get a better understanding and prepare for your exam.
List of Important Days in March
|Date||Important Days of March|
|1st March||Zero Discrimination Day|
|1st March||World Civil Defence Day|
|1st March||Self Injury Awareness Day|
|3rd March||World Wildlife Day|
|3rd March||World Hearing Day|
|4th March||National Safety Day|
|4th March||Employee Appreciation Day|
|8th March||International Women’s Day|
|8th March||No Smoking Day (Second Wednesday of March)|
|10th March||CISF Raising Day|
|12th March||Mauritius Day|
|14th March||Pi Day|
|14th March||International Day of Action for Rivers|
|15th March||World Consumer Rights Day|
|15th March||Ramakrishna Jayanti|
|16th March||National Vaccination Day|
|18th March||Ordnance Factories Day|
|20th March||International Day of Happiness|
|20th March||World Sparrow Day|
|21st March||World Forestry Day|
|21st March||World Poetry Day|
|21st March||World Down Syndrome Day|
|22nd March||World Water Day|
|23rd March||World Meteorological Day|
|24th March||World Tuberculosis Day|
|25th March||International Day of the Unborn Child|
|27th March||World Theatre Day|
1st March – Zero Discrimination Day
This day is observed to promote equality and to eradicate discrimination on the basis of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or any other grounds.
3rd March – World Wildlife Day
This day is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of preserving wildlife and their habitats.
8th March – International Women’s Day
This day celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women and calls for gender equality.
14th March – Pi Day
This day celebrates the mathematical constant pi (3.14) and its significance in math and science.
15th March – World Consumer Rights Day
This day raises awareness about consumer rights and encourages the protection of consumers from unfair practices.
20th March – International Day of Happiness
This day is all about promoting happiness and well-being around the world.
21st March – World Down Syndrome Day
This day raises awareness about Down syndrome and promotes the rights, inclusion, and well-being of people with Down syndrome.
22nd March – World Water Day
This day raises awareness about the importance of water and advocates for the sustainable management of water resources.
23rd March – World Meteorological Day
This day celebrates the contributions of meteorology to society and raises awareness about weather and climate issues.
24th March – World Tuberculosis Day
This day raises awareness about tuberculosis (TB) and promotes efforts to eliminate the disease.
27th March – Earth Hour
This day encourages people to turn off their lights for one hour to raise awareness about climate change and promote environmental sustainability.
31st March – International Transgender Day of Visibility
This day celebrates the contributions and accomplishments of transgender people around the world and raises awareness about the challenges they face.
These are just a few of the important days observed in March, and there are many more that are celebrated around the world.
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Ans. International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th each year to honor the achievements of women around the world and raise awareness about gender equality.
Ans. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17th each year to commemorate the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. It is a day of celebration of Irish culture and heritage, and is often marked by parades, wearing green, and drinking Guinness.
World Water Day is celebrated on March 22nd each year to raise awareness about the importance of freshwater and advocate for the sustainable management of water resources.
Ans World Meteorological Day is celebrated on March 23rd each year to commemorate the establishment of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and to raise awareness about the role of weather and climate in shaping our planet.
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