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List of Important Days in July 2023, National and International

Important Days in July 2023

Various events and festivals are celebrated in India with full enthusiasm and some events are of international importance too. There are many important days in July 2023 that candidates would want to know about. So are you looking for the list of important days celebrated in July? In July 2023, various international and national events are recognized and celebrated. We are providing you with the complete list of important days in July along with the significance of each day to help you understand it in a better way.

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How Many Days in July 2023?

There are total 31 days in July month every year. Check complete table for special days in July 2023. In India, there are several festivals, occasions, and formal holidays that are celebrated every month. One can easily find diversity in every corner of the country, diversity in language, and regional rituals observed in every state.

List of Important Days in July
1-July National Doctor’s day
1-July CA day(national)
1-July GST Day
4-July American Independence day
6-July World Zoonoses Day
11-July World Population Day
12-July World Malala day
15-July Youth Skills Day
17 July World Day for International Justice
18-July Nelson Mandela International Day
20-July International Chess Day
23-July National Broadcasting Day
26 July Kargil Vijay Diwas
26 July National Parent’s Day (Fourth Sunday in July)
28-July World Hepatitis Day
28-July World Nature conservation day
29-July International Tiger Day
30-July International Friendship Day

1st July: National Doctor’s Day

Every year in India on the 1st of July, National Doctor’s Day is observed In India, to mark the importance of doctors hold in our lives and as a mark the importance of doctors in our lives. This day is observed to honor the legendary physician and West Bengal’s 2nd Chief Minister, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy in the remembrance of his birthday. He was also honored with the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna.

1st July: CA Day (National)

It has been celebrated to mark the founding day of the ICAI since 1949. It is the nationally declared day for India. ICAI is The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India the national professional accounting body of India under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India.

1st July: GST Day

This day is celebrated to mark the importance of GST, which is the new Indian taxation system. GST stands for Goods and Service Tax. It is an indirect tax used in India on the supply of goods and services. It is a comprehensive, multistage, destination-based tax: comprehensive because it has subsumed almost all the indirect taxes except a few state taxes.

4th July: American Independence day

July 4th is celebrated as American Independence Day, a federal holiday been observed in the United States since 1941. July 4, 2023, Monday is the federal holiday this year. Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, political speeches, ceremonies, with various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. This day is the National Day of the United States.

6th July: World Zoonoses Day

World Zoonoses Day is observed every year on 6 July to emphasize and spread awareness about zoonotic disease amongst people and teach them to take the right action. Zoonoses is a disease that can be transmitted from animals to humans. According to reports, 2 out of every 3 infectious diseases in people originated within animals. The first vaccination against a zoonotic disease was administered by Louis Pasteur on 6 July 1885?

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11th July: World Population Day

World Population Day is observed every year on 11th July to shift the focus and attention of the people on the urgency and importance of population issues. The increasing population has led to an increase in demand for every industry which is the key reason for many problems like deforestation. Variety of activities and events to draw the attention of people to work together on the issues of the growing population.

12th July: World Malala day

12th July is recognized as World Malala Day by the United Nations as it was on July 12, 2013, that Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old Pakistani girl engaged in promoting women’s education. She delivered an impassioned speech at the United Nations headquarters on the need for gender equality in education. 12th July is also the birthday of Malala Yousafzai and this day was declared by UN Malala Day.

15 July- Youth Skills Day

Fifteenth July is celebrated as world youth skills day to encourage the youth to learn about vocational, and technical education, and training to become skilled professionals.

17th July: World Day for International Justice

Every year on the 17th of July World Day for International Justice is observed to recognize the need for the emerging system of international criminal justice. World Day for International Justice is also known as Day of International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day. This day recognizes the emerging system of international criminal justice.

18th July: Nelson Mandela International Day

International Nelson Mandela Day is observed on 18 July every year to celebrate the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela in a sustainable way that will bring about the needful changes. On this day we look back on what has been done and forward to what will be done to make this world sustainable and a better place to live.

20th July: International Chess Day

20th July is among the special days in July as it is celebrated to remember the founding of the International Chess Federation in Paris in 1924. The idea to celebrate this day as the international chess day was proposed by UNESCO, and it has been celebrated as such since 1966 after it was established by FIDE.

23rd July: National Broadcasting Day

The 23rd of July is marked as Indian National Broadcasting day to remember when the first radio broadcast went on air on 23rd July 1927 from the Indian Broadcasting Company.

26th July: Kargil Vijay Diwas

On this day in 1999, the Kargil War formally came to an end with Indian soldiers successfully recapturing mountain heights that were seized by Pakistani intruders. The country will be celebrating the 21st anniversary of the Kargil Vijay Diwas today. The Kargil war ended on 26th July which continued approx 60 days. This day is celebrated in the Kargil, Dras sector, and the national capital New Delhi.

23rd July: National Parent’s Day (Fourth Sunday in July)

National Parents Day is celebrated on the 4th Sunday of July to honor all the parents for their unconditional love and sacrifices that they make for their children that cannot be measured. This year National Parent’s Day is celebrated on 23rd July.

28th July: World Hepatitis Day

Each year, 28 July is celebrated as World Hepatitis Day for raising global awareness about the virus Hepatitis and to vaccine individuals against the Hepatitis disease. The day was originated by World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2008. Earlier, it was declared to be celebrated on 19th May, but later on, in 2010, the date was changed to 28th July after the World Health Assembly decided to commemorate the birthday of Baruch Samuel Blumberg, an American physician who discovered hepatitis B.

28th July: World Nature Conservation day

World Nature Conservation Day is observed every year on 28 July to spread awareness that a healthy environment is a foundation for a stable and productive society and future generations. One must make efforts to protect, conserve and sustainably manage our natural resources. A healthy environment leads to a healthy lifestyle.

29th July: International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day is observed on 29th July to raise awareness for tiger conservation and was first coined in 2010 at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit. The main significance of the day is to promote a global awareness for the protection of the natural habitats of tigers and to raise public awareness and support for tiger conservation issues.

30th July: International Friendship Day

The US and the rest of the world celebrate this day as international friendship day to celebrate friendship bonds among people.

Some other auspicious days which is celebrated in India are as follows:

1st July- Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra

This day marks the start of the rath yatra festival when Lord Jagannath goes to his aunt’s house for seven days with his siblings on chariots. Ratha Yatra is a Hindu festival associated with Lord Jagannath held at Puri in the state of Odisha, India. It is the oldest Ratha Yatra taking place in India and the World, whose descriptions can be found in Brahma Purana, Padma Purana, and Skanda Purana, and Kapila Samhita.

13th  July- Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima is celebrated to pay respect to the guru or guide in Hinduism or Buddhism. It is also among the auspicious days in July. Guru Purnima is a tradition dedicated to all the spiritual and academic Gurus, who are evolved or enlightened humans, ready to share their wisdom with very little or no monetary expectation, based on Karma Yoga. It is celebrated as a festival in India, Nepal, and Bhutan by the Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists.

What is the objective behind observing World Population Day on July 11?

World Population Day aims to raise awareness about the global population issues and their impact on various aspects such as health, environment, and development. It seeks to promote discussions on population-related challenges and advocate for sustainable solutions.

Why is Kargil Vijay Diwas observed on July 26 in India?

Kargil Vijay Diwas commemorates India’s victory in the Kargil War against Pakistan. It pays tribute to the Indian armed forces and celebrates their courage, sacrifice, and dedication in defending the country’s sovereignty.


How Many Days are there in July 2023?

There are total 31 days in July month every year.

Who discovered the vaccine against zoonotic disease?

The first vaccination against a zoonotic disease was administered by Louis Pasteur on 6 July 1885.

When is Kargil Vijay Divas celebrated?

Kargil Vijay Divas is celebrated on 26th July every year.

When is International Tiger Day is observed?

International Tiger Day is observed on 29th July to raise awareness for tiger conservation

When is World Nature Conservation Day is observed?

World Nature Conservation Day is observed every year on 28 July

When is World Hepatitis Day observed?

Each year, 28 July is celebrated as World Hepatitis Day for raising global awareness about the virus Hepatitis

When is National Doctor’s day observed?

National Doctor’s day is observed on 1st July.

What is the significance of the International Day of Friendship on July 30?

The International Day of Friendship promotes the importance of friendship as a means to bridge divides, promote peace, and foster understanding between individuals and communities worldwide. It encourages people to cultivate and cherish friendships across cultures, backgrounds, and boundaries.

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