The beginning of the New Year is a chance for new opportunities and challenges. February is a month of love and many other crucial days. It has only 28 days, and the leap year counts for 29 days. What is unique about February? What are the important days in Feb 2023? Let’s find out!
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Important Days in Feb 2023
Every month is exceptional and holds significance in our lives.
The year 2023 is not a leap year so we’ll see only 28 days in February. Important days in February or any other month are a way to create awareness among citizens. Each day has a vital theme or mission to make citizens aware and educated. It makes us aware of the pride and sacrifices of the legends for the nation.
List of Important Days in Feb 2023
Like any other month, February also has days of utmost importance on national and international platforms.
Given below is the list of Important Days in February Month 2023.
|1st Feb||Indian Coast Guard Day|
|1st – 16th Feb||Surajkund Crafts Mela|
|2nd February||World Wetlands Day|
|2nd February||RA Awareness Day|
|4th February||World Cancer Day|
|5 to 13 Feb||Kala Ghoda Festival|
|6th Feb||International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation|
|6th to 12th Feb||International Development Week|
|8th Feb||Safer Internet Day|
|10th Feb||National Deworming Day|
|10th Feb||World Pulses Day|
|11th Feb||World Day of the Sick|
|11th Feb||International Day of Women and Girls in Science|
|12th Feb||Darwin Day|
|12th Feb||National Productivity Day|
|12Th Feb||Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday|
|13th Feb||World Radio Day|
|13th Feb||Sarojini Naidu’s Birth Anniversary|
|14th Feb||Saint Valentine’s Day|
|14th Feb||International Epilepsy Day|
|18th to 27th Feb||Taj Mahotsav|
|20th Feb||World Day of Social Justice|
|21st Feb||International Mother Language Day|
|22nd Feb||World Thinking Day|
|22nd Feb||World Scout Day|
|24th Feb||Central Excise Day|
|27th Feb||World NGO Day|
|28th Feb||National Science Day|
|28th Feb||Rare Disease Day|
February Days – Valentine’s Week
February is a month of love and affection celebrated by young couples, teenage lovers, and so on. The most celebrated day in February is Valentine’s day ( 14th February).
How many of you know that there is a valentine’s week? Yes! , there are many special days before Valentine’s Day celebrated by couples to cherish their bond.
Well, all the lovers, read this carefully and impress your beloved once by celebrating each day of valentine’s week.
|7th Feb||Rose Day|
|8th Feb||Propose Day|
|9th Feb||Chocolate Day|
|10th Feb||Teddy Day|
|11th Feb||Promise Day|
|12th Feb||Hug Day|
|13th Feb||Kiss Day|
|14th Feb||Valentine’s Day|
Details of List of Important Days in February 2023
Here are the details of important days in Feb 2023.
1 Feb – Indian Coast Guard Day
Indian Coast Guard was established on 1st February 1977. It works under the Ministry of Defense and operates Coastal operations to save the nation by its coastline.
People celebrate this day to honor the service of the Indian Coast Guard.
2 Feb – World Wetlands Day
To save our environment and create global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for the planet, we celebrate World Wetlands Day on 2nd February. The first time World Wetland day was celebrated was in the year 1977.
4 Feb – World Cancer Day
4th Feb is World Cancer Day to create awareness about treatment, prevention, and causes of cancer. The Union of International Cancer Control (UICC) initiated this step to support the goals of the World Cancer Declaration, 2008. The celebration is done to reduce illness and reduce the death ratio from the dangerous diseases Cancer.
5 to 13 Feb – Kala Ghoda Festival
Kala Ghoda is a festival celebrated in the Kala Ghoda area of South Mumbai. The nine-day festival starts on the first Saturday of February and ends on the second Sunday. The festival is celebrated to develop the art and crafts of the country and arrange dances, stalls, and events with eco-friendly and hand-made things.
6 Feb– International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation
Females have been harassed physically and mentally for ages. Female Genital Mutilation is a disgusting tradition that removes the partial removal of female external female genitalia for non-medicated reasons. To stop such practices and make people aware of such things, 6th Feb is celebrated as the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. It is celebrated nationwide to ensure women’s physical safety and reduce the chances of damage
8 Feb – Safer Internet Day
8th February is celebrated as Safer Internet Day to make the usage of the internet safe and easy for children and adults.
13 Feb – Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday
13the February is the day when a legend named Abraham Lincoln was born. He was a successful lawyer and president of the United States (1861-1865).
10 Feb – National Deworming Day
10th February is celebrated as National Deworming Day. The celebration is an initiation to make every child worm free in the country.
10 Feb – World Pulses Day
10th February is also celebrated as World Pulses Day to make people aware of nutrition.
13 Feb- Sarojini Naidu Birth Anniversary
13th February 1879 is the day when Sarojini Naidu was born. She was an Indian political activist, poet, and proponent of civil rights, women’s emancipation, and anti-imperialistic ideas. She has also played a vital role in India’s struggle for Independence from colonial rule.
14 Feb – Saint Valentine’s Day
Saint Valentine’s Day is celebrated globally on February 14. The day was celebrated as Christian Feast honoring a martyr named Valentine. Later, it became a day of showing love and affection to your beloved once.
18 to 27 Feb– Taj Mahotsav
A famous national-level festival Known as Taj Mahotsav is celebrated from 18-27 Feb in Agra, UP. This festival entreats the memories of the Old Mughal period and Nawabi-style swinging in Uttar Pradesh in the 18th and 19th centuries.
28 Feb – National Science Day
28th February is observed as National Science Day. The purpose of celebrating the day is to mark the discovery of the Raman Effect by Indian physicist, Sir C V Raman on 28th February 1928. National Science Day is a way to create awareness about science and its discoveries among people.