November, which is the second to last or eleventh of the year, contains a number of significant holidays commemorated nationally and internationally. According to the Hindu calendar, the full moon month is an auspicious Kartika month. There were numerous festivals and religious events.

Let’s explore a few of the November topicals!

  • Children’s Day – 14th November

Children’s Day is observed in India on November 14th every year. Bal Divas is another name for this. People are educated extra about the rights, care, and education of children on this day. This day celebrates the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The day is meant to honour Kalam’s contributions to students and education.

Happy Children's Day - 14th November

Happy Children’s Day – 14th November (Robomate PLus)

Numerous inspiring and educational events are planned across the nation to enhance children’s rights and education.

  • World Diabetes Day – 14th November

World Diabetes Day is observed on November 14. This day’s main objective is to increase public knowledge of the effects of diabetes, how to prevent it, and the need for diabetes education.

World Diabetes Day - 14 November

World Diabetes Day – 14 November (Current Affairs – Adda247)

  • National Epilepsy Day – 17th November

National Epilepsy Awareness Day is observed on 17th November. The main objective, in this case, is to increase public awareness about epilepsy, its symptoms, and ways to prevent it. Recurrent seizures or “fits” are the primary symptom of epilepsy, a persistent brain condition. Saying this, people who undergo epilepsy are surely cured with the right medication!

National Epilepsy Day - 17 November

National Epilepsy Day – 17 November (

  • International Men’s Day – 19th November¬†

¬†International Men’s Day is marked annually on November 19 and raises awareness of the main problems men face worldwide. Additionally, men’s accomplishments and services to society are honoured and celebrated on this day. Promoting the health of men and boys is the main focus of International Men’s Day.

Happy International Men's Day - 19th November

Happy International Men’s Day – 19th November (The Hans India)

  • International Children’s Day – 20th November

Universal Children’s Day is observed on November 20th each year. The main goals of this day are to advance global collaboration, increase children’s welfare, and increase awareness among young people everywhere. The first Universal Children’s Day was celebrated on November 20, 1954.

International Children's Day - 20 November

International Children’s Day – 20 November (Gustavo Mirabal Castro)

  • World Television Day – 21st November

World Television Day is marked on November 21st of each year. The UN states that on this day, television’s daily function as a medium for presenting a range of issues that have an impact on people is recognized. This day commemorates the acceptance of geo-televisual communication’s impact and scope on the worldwide scene.

World Television Day - November 21

World Television Day – November 21 (

  • Constitution Day – 26th November

India observes Constitution Day on November 26. It is also known as Samvidhan Divas or National Law Day. On January 26, 1950, the Indian Constitution, which had been approved on November 26, 1949, came into force. This day honours Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, who was crucial in the creation of the Constitution. It offers a chance to support the Constitution and further Dr. Ambedkar’s principles.

Indian Constitution Day - 26 November

Indian Constitution Day – 26 November (The Sentinel Assam)

  • National Milk Day – 26th November

It is celebrated on November 26 to mark the anniversary of Dr. Verghese Kurien’s birth. He was the driving force behind India’s White Revolution.

World Milk Day - 26 November

World Milk Day – 26 November (News Fresherlive)

People across India and abroad celebrate these special days through events and sharing on social media for spreading awareness!, pub-3862145386704795, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 InterServer Web Hosting and VPS

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