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World Cotton Day is observed on 07th October every year to revere the marvel that is cotton. From cotton production to fiber to fabric, cotton is regarded to be one of the few naturally sustainable fabrics. Cotton production is touted to be one of the leading causes of pollution across the globe. Cotton is an everlasting ingredient in the recipe of life on earth.

World Tourism Day  is celebrated every year on 27th September to raise awareness on the economic, social, cultural and political significance of tourism in the world. This day is also commemorated as World Tourism Day to mark the anniversary of the adoption of statutes that led to the establishment of World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). World Tourism Organization  (UNWTO) is an agency of the United

World Rhino Day is commemorated on September 22nd, annually to raise awareness and build a safe natural habitat for these incredible species. One of the main reasons why the rhino population is decreasing is because of poaching, climate change, and the demolition of their natural habitat. There are five diverse species of rhinoceros that are being brought to the edge of extinction because of

World Bamboo Day is celebrated on 18th September every year to commemorate one of the widely adopted types of raw materials. Bamboo is certainly one of the few natural materials in nature that poses high levels of versatility. Bamboo is a core character of the design world. The minute one hears the word bamboo, their mind immediately goes to furniture. The significance of bamboo

World First Aid Day 2021, is celebrated on the 11th of September. It is an annual campaign to raise awareness on the importance of first aid training in preventing injuries and saving lives of many. Each year, the second Saturday of September is observed as World First Aid Day. World First Day was first celebrated in 2000 by the International Federation of Red

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