List of Important Days in March 2023

List of Important Days in March 2023

Every month has important days and events. Some of them have a particular mission or purpose. Some events spread awareness, while others make us remember the sacrifices made in the past. In this article, we will shed some light on important days and dates in March 2023, which will help you learn about the history and also help in preparing for the competitive exam. Let’s have a look at the important days in March 2023.

Interesting facts about March

  • March is a month dedicated to the Roman god of war, Mars.
  • Another interesting fact is that every year March and June ends on the same day of the week.
  • March is the month of spring.
  • It’s the month of the year when animals start coming out from hibernation.

List of Important days in March 2023

Here is the list of important days in March. Let’s have a look.

March, 01Zero Discrimination Day
March, 01World Civil Defense Day
March, 01Self-Injury Awareness Day
March,03World Wildlife Day
March,03World Hearing Day
March,04National Safety Day
March,04Employee Appreciation Day
March,08International Women’s Day
March,08No Smoking Day (Second Wednesday of March)
March,10CISF Raising Day
March,12Mauritius Day
March,14Pi Day
March,14International Day of Action for Rivers
March,15World Consumer Rights Day
March,15Ramakrishna Jayanti
March,16National Vaccination Day
March,18Ordnance Factories Day
March,20International Day of Happiness
March,20World Sparrow Day
March,20World Forestry Day
March,20World Poetry Day
March,20World Down Syndrome Day
March,22World Water Day
March,23World Meteorological Day
March,24World Tuberculosis Day
March,25International Day of the Unborn Child
March,27World Theatre Day

Detailed information on important days in March 2023

March, 01 – Self-Injury Awareness Day

The 1st March 2023 is a day of Self Injury Awareness. The day is celebrated globally to remove the stigma concerned with self-injury and encourage parents, family members, educators, and healthcare professionals to recognize signs of self-harm.

March, 01- Zero Discrimination Day

1st March observes many events. One such is Zero Discrimination Day. It was initiated by UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe to make equality for all and remove any discrimination among people. Every year this day has a specific theme to achieve the goal. Last year’s (2022) theme was Remove laws that harm, create laws that empower.

March, 03 – World Wildlife Day

3rd March is World Wildlife Day, celebrated globally to conserve the endangered species of wild animals. In 2022 the theme was Recovering key species for ecosystem restoration.

March, 04 – National Safety Day

4th March is celebrated asNational Safety Day by the National Safety Council of India. This day is celebrated to create awareness about health problems, financial loss, physical problems, etc.

March, 08- International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day takes place on 8th March. This day is a celebration of women’s cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements. It encourages women to strive to achieve global gender parity.

March, 10– CISF Raising Day

One of the most important days in March is CISF Raising day, celebrated on 10 march. The CISF was set in 1969, responsible for India’s seaways, airways, etc. It aims to protect and secure the country.

March 12, Mauritius Day

12 March is Mauritius Day to honor two significant milestones in the country’s history. The freedom of Mauritius was freedom from Britain in 1968 and its transformation into a republic in 1992. 12 March holds a vital significance for the people of Mauritius.

March, 14 – PI Day

We all know the significance of Pi in mathematics. It represents a constant.14 march is celebrated as Pi day since 14 march resembles the first three digits of PI.

March, 14 – International Day of Action for Rivers

We also celebrate International Day of Action for Rivers on 14 March every year. This day is celebrated to clean rivers and make them pollution free and create awareness of the importance of rivers among people.

March, 15 – World Consumer Rights Day

World Consumer Right Day is celebrated on 15th March to safeguard the rights of consumers. The celebration aims to spread awareness about consumer rights and save them.

March, 16 – National Vaccination Day

National Vaccination day is celebrated on 16th march to spread awareness of the importance of Vaccination and its requirements. The first time it was celebrated was on 16 march 1955 after the first dose of the Oral Polio Vaccine

March, 18 – World Sleep Day

All the sleepy beauties, your day is here. World Sleep Day is celebrated on Friday beforethe Spring Vernal Equinox of each year. The day serves the purpose of the importance of sleep, medicine, and education. The better you sleep, the better you live.

March, 20 – International Day of Happiness

International Day of Happiness is celebrated on 20th March every year to make people realize the importance of happiness. We have seen the worst cases of mental breakdown and depression. How people start feeling lonely and unhappy even after having everything. The pandemic was a lesson for the world to make people aware that nothing last forever. We should celebrate every day and be happy in everything. The theme for 2022 was Build Back Happier.

March 22- World Water Day

World Water Day is a wake-up call for people worldwide to understand the importance of saving water. We all know that lack of water will eradicate the existence of lives on earth. The day is a reminder to save water and shift towards sustainable development.

24 March – World Tuberculosis Day (TB Day)

Tuberculosis day is seen on 24th march every year. The aim is to make the world free from TB. The day marked the 100th anniversary of Dr. Robert Koch’s presentation , the discovery of Tuberculosis Bacillus virus.

27 March -World Theatre Day

To make people realize the importance and significance of theatre around the world, we celebrate World Theatre Day. This day provides an opportunity for theatrical communities to put their work on a large platform. The theme was 2022 was Theatre and a Culture of Peace.

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