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International Day of Happiness

The International Day of Happiness promotes the importance of happiness as a fundamental human goal. The day encourages individuals and communities worldwide to participate in activities that contribute to greater well-being and happiness for themselves and others.

World Storytelling Day

World Storytelling Day aims to promote the tradition of storytelling, foster cultural exchange, and highlight the power of storytelling to connect people and communities around the world.


Naw-Rúz is the Bahá’í New Year’s Day celebration. It marks the end of the annual 19-Day Fast and is one of the most important Bahá’í Holy Days.

Harmony Day, Australia

Harmony Day in Australia is a national observance promoting cultural diversity, inclusiveness, and respect for all Australians, regardless of their cultural background. The day encourages people to embrace and appreciate the rich tapestry of cultures that contribute to Australia's multicultural society.

World Poetry Day

World Poetry Day is a global celebration that promotes the importance of poetry as a form of cultural expression and linguistic diversity. The day encourages the appreciation of poetry, the revitalization of oral traditions, and the recognition of the unique ability of poetry to capture the creative spirit of the human mind. Related Product: Poetry…

International Day of Forests

The International Day of Forests is an observance day to celebrate the beauty of the world’s forests and to raise awareness about the importance of trees to humans and our planet.

World Water Day

World Water Day focuses on raising awareness about the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of water resources. The day highlights the critical role water plays in various aspects of life, from health and sanitation to agriculture and environmental preservation.

Earth Hour

Earth Hour is an environmental campaign to bring awareness to the effects of climate change. People are encouraged to turn off lights in homes and business for one hour beginning at 8:30 p.m. local time. Get resources HERE.


Holi is a vibrant Hindu festival celebrated across India and other parts of the world, marking the arrival of spring. Participants engage in exuberant festivities, including throwing colored powders and water at each other, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil and the joyous spirit of the season.

Elephant Festival, India

The Elephant Festival is held on the eve of the festival of colors, Holi. Elephants are the center of this incredible attraction. These beautiful animals are adorned with fancy clothes and jewelry as they parade in a royal procession.