National Kid Inventor’s Day

Children may still come up with helpful inventions even if they may not understand how the world functions as well as adults do. For the simple reason that they don’t yet understand how tough many things are. Youngsters are said to be extremely creative since they can envision far more than adults. In actuality, a … Read more

An international Kite Festival brightens the sky.

Gujarat observes more than 200 festivals annually. The International Kite Festival, also known as Uttarayan, is one of the most important holidays. Homes in Gujarat start producing kites for the celebration months in advance. According to the Indian calendar, the festival of Uttarayan commemorates the day when winter officially transitions into summer. For farmers, it … Read more

New Year’s Eve

New Years Eve

Because it falls on December 31, the final day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. Before the New Year, New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest festivities on the planet. No matter where you are in the world, count down to the New Year. What People Do On New Year Eve? On … Read more

First day of Kwanzaa in the United States


A week-long celebration of African culture and traditions, Kwanzaa. Every year, it takes place between December 26 and January 1. This holiday was introduced by the African-American leader Maulana Karenga, and it was originally observed between December 1966 and January 1967. Is the First Day of Kwanzaa a Public Holiday? Due to the fact that … Read more

Dates for Hanukkah, Traditions, History, and More

This year, Hanukkah starts at dusk on Sunday, December 18. Discover the origins of Hanukkah, its traditions, and some authentic foods! Hanukkah: What Is It? The eight-day winter “festival of lights” known as Hanukkah (sometimes written “Chanukah”) starts on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev every year. The dates of Jewish festivals … Read more