International Yoga Day & World Music day

International Yoga Day World Music day

21 June 2021 –

“Music & Meditation means addition – addition of energy, strength and beauty to body, mind and soul.”

Yoga is about creating a life that brings more beauty and more love into the world. Yoga introduces you to a way of rediscovering yourself A sense of completeness gets in tune with life! Yoga is the gateway of happiness that body needs in daily life!

On the same day World Music Day or Fête de la Musique is an annual celebration that take s place on June 21 to honour amateur and professional musicians alike. On this day amateur and professional musicians are encouraged to showcase their work.

#Performing Art

Father’s Day

Fathers Day

20 June 2021 –

“The Quality of a father can be seen in the goals dreams and aspirations he sets not only for himself , but also his family.”

Father’s Day is celebrated worldwide to recognize the contribution that fathers and father figures make in the lives of their children. This day celebrates fatherhood and male parenting. A father is a role model, guide, superhero, friend, and protector who stands by his children at all moments. They are the one who teaches us the right value of life and picks us up when we fall and give us the strength to fight again. A father’s sacrifice for us can never be expressed in words. Hence, to acknowledge this precious and unconditional bond, every year Father’s Day is celebrated.

#Dad #Papa

World blood donor day

World blood donor day

14 June 2021 –

‘Life is in blood, donate blood – give life”

By donating blood, you are not only saving someone else’s life but also keeping your health right. There have been many pieces of research that have revealed that by donating blood, you remain physically and mentally healthy. That is why World Blood Donor Day is celebrated every year on 14 June on the birthday of Karl Landsteiner, who discovered various blood groups, so that people get aware of donating blood. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, despite limited mobility and other challenges, blood donors in many countries have continued to donate blood and plasma to patients who need transfusion. This extraordinary effort during a time of unprecedented crisis highlights the crucial role of well-organized, committed volunteers, non-remunerated blood donors in ensuring a safe and sufficient blood supply during normal and emergency times. This day is also used to thank donors for their service and determination to save lives and make the world a better place.

#life-saving gift
#Safe Blood Saves Lives

World day against child Labour

World day against child Labour

12 June 2021 –

“There’s no reason there is no excuse, child labour is child abuse.”

World Day Against Child Labour aims to focus on the global extent of child labor and the action and efforts needed to eliminate it. Each year on 12 June, the World Day against child labour brings together governments, employers and workers’ organizations, civil societies , as well as millions of people from around the world come together to highlight the plight of child laborers and to come up with possible solutions. The day provides an opportunity and urges the need to generate an environment for children to grow and live a dignified life and also to fight against child labour throughout the world.

“2021 Action Pledges: We must act now!”

World Food Safety Day

World Food Safety Day

07 June 2021 –

*“Food safety does not come with luck, it need to be PREPARED.”

World Food Safety Day (WFSD) celebrated on 7 June 2021, aims to draw attention and inspire action to help prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks, contributing to food security, human health, economic prosperity, agriculture, market access, tourism and sustainable development.

This year’s theme, ‘Safe food today for a healthy tomorrow’, stresses that production and consumption of safe food has immediate and long-term benefits for people, the planet and the economy. Recognizing the systemic connections between the health of people, animals, plants, the environment and the economy, will help us meet the needs of the future.

Food safety is a shared responsibility between governments, producers and consumers. Everyone has a role to play from farm to table to ensure the food we consume is safe and healthy. Through the World Food Safety Day, WHO works to mainstream food safety in the public agenda and reduce the burden of foodborne diseases globally. Food safety is everyone’s business.

World Environment Day

World Environment Day

05 June 2021 –

“The environment is in us, not outside of us. The trees are our lungs, the rivers our bloodstream. We are all interconnected and what you do to the environment, ultimately you do to yourself.”- Ian Somerhalder


World Environment Day is celebrated to spread awareness of the need to protect nature and the environment. The day’s main purpose is to provide a much needed global space to explicitly raise our environmental issues and develop possible solutions and alternatives. The day aims to promote awareness about protecting our environment. It calls for wholesome contribution from individuals, voluntary organisations, celebrities and communities to participate in activities that are potentially advantageous to the environment.

Global Parents Day

Global Parents Day

01 June 2021 –

“Tell me something so beautiful that life seems worth living- PARENTS’ LOVE.”

On World Parents Day, we honour the most important people in our lives. As the saying goes, God could not be everywhere; hence he created parents.
This day not only reminds us of the selfless sacrifices our parents made for us, but it also reminds us of our responsibilities towards our parents. During the pandemic, parents took up the responsibility of sheltering their families, caring for out-of-school children and at the same time, continuing with their work responsibilities. Without their support children’s health, education and emotional well-being is at risk.
This is the day to cherish the importance of parents in our life and to take pledge to discharge our duties towards them life-long.


Ahilya Bai Holkar Jayanti

Ahilya Bai Holkar Jayanti

31 May 2021 –

*_“For thirty years her reign of peace,
The land in blessing did increase;
And she was blessed by every tongue,
By stern and gentle, old and young.
Yea, even the children at their mothers feet
Are taught such homely rhyming to repeat
“In latter days from Brahma came,
To rule our land, a noble Dame,
Kind was her heart, and tright her frame,
And Ahlya was her honoured name.” -by Joanna Baillie_*

Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar (31 May 1725 – 13 August 1795) Punyashlok Rajmata Devi Ahilyabai Holkar (31 May 1725-13 August 1795) also known as the Philosopher Queen was a Holkar dynasty Queen of the Malwa kingdom, India. She is often compared with Catherine II of Russia, Elizabeth I of England, Margaret I of Denmark. “The reign of Ahilyabai, of Indore in central India, lasted for 30 Yrs. This has become almost legendary as a period during which perfect order and good Government prevailed and the people prospered. She was a very able ruler and organizer, highly respected during her lifetime, and considered as a saint by grateful people after her death.”
Ahilyabai Holkar’s magnificent and glorious rule ended when she passed away in 1795. In memory and honour of her greatness, the Republic of India issued a commemorative stamp on 25 August 1996. The citizens of Indore also instituted an award in her name in 1996, to be bestowed annually on an outstanding public figure, the first recipient of it being Nanaji Deshmukh.

#Rajmata #Maharani #Philosopher #Malwa_kingdom #Ahilyabai #Indore #Holkers #women_Power #Queen_of_the_Malwa


International Day of Families

International Day of Families

15 May 2021 –

“Family is not an important thing. It’s everything.” – Michael J. Fox

Every year, May 15 is celebrated as the International Day of Families. The day was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 1993 with the aim to highlight the importance attached to families . According to the UN, “This day provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase the knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes affecting families.” As the world struggles to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, there is a real opportunity to rethink and transform the way our economies and societies function to foster greater equality for all.

#Foundation #society #home_with_our_own! #Communities


Eid Ul Fitr

13 May 2021 –

Before we request joy and success, we ought to request kindness. Eid Mubarak!

Eid-Ul-Fitr is an awaited festival of the Muslim community. In India, Eid is also called a festival of brotherhood and unity. Across the world, all Muslim countries celebrate it with zeal. People attend the Eid prayer in the mosque and wear traditional dress. After the special ‘Azaan’ from the mosque , they distribute food to poor and needy ones as a custom called Zakat-Al-Fitr. The Eid prayers are performed after this at ” Eidgah”. The fest starts after the Moon (Eid ka Chand) is sighted. People wish each other “Eid Mubarak” after seeing the Moon.

#Blessing #Happiness #Eid_Mubarak #Eid_Ka_Chaand #Prosperity #Mercy