Important Days in April 2022: Below is a list of important national and international days and dates in April 2022.
The month of April is the fourth of the year. Read the entire article to learn about all the upcoming important days in April dates and their significance. This will allow you to make the most of the event while also broadening your knowledge.
Important Days in April
1st April � Aprils Fools' Day
April Fools' Day, also known as All Fools' Day, has been observed for centuries, however, the origins of the holiday are unknown. Some historians believe it was first seen in 1852 when France moved from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar, and others believe it is linked to the change of seasons.
1st April - Prevention of Blindness week
It is marked from April 1st to 7th to raise awareness about the causes of blindness and how to avoid them.
1st April - Odisha Foundation Day
2nd April - World Autism Awareness Day
On April 2nd, World Autism Awareness Day is commemorated to promote awareness and educate people about autism.
2nd April - Chaitra Navratri
The festival of Chaitra Navratri will begin on April 2, 2022, and end on April 11, 2022. The event lasts nine days, during which devotees pray to Goddess Durga in all of her nine avatars.
4 April- International Day of Mine awareness
5th April- National Maritime Day
Every year on April 4th, the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action is commemorated to raise awareness about the dangers that landmines pose to civilian populations' safety, health, and lives, and to encourage state governments to develop mine-clearing programs.
5th April- National Maritime Day
Every year on April 5th, India commemorates National Maritime Day since it was on this date in 1919 that the SS Loyalty, the first ship of The Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltd, set sail for the United Kingdom. It was a milestone moment in the history of Indian navigation.
7 April- World Health Day
"Health is wealth," as we all know.
As a result, every year on April 7th, the world commemorates World Health Day. The World Health Organization is in charge of a number of initiatives and agreements. In 1950, it was the first time it was commemorated.
10 April - World Homoeopathy Day (WHD)
Every year on April 10th, World Homeopathy Day is commemorated to honor Dr. Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann, the founder and father of the Homeopathic medical system. The primary goal of this day is to increase public awareness of homoeopathic medicine.
World Homeopathy Week is held every year from April 10 to 16, and is organised by the World Homeopathy Awareness Organization. In general, this day is commemorated by both homoeopaths and those who have been helped by homoeopathy.
10 April - Siblings Day
Siblings play a vital role in our lives. It is impossible to envision one's existence without siblings. Every year on April 10, National Siblings Day is observed to honour our siblings, to show affection, and to respect one another.
Raksha Bandhan is an Indian festival that honours the particular relationship that exists between siblings. Siblings Day is observed in several countries throughout the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia, and India.
11 April - National Safe Motherhood Day (NSMD)
Every year on April 11th, NSMD is held to raise awareness about maternity facilities, lactating women, and good health care for women.
13 April - Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
The massacre, which took place on April 13, 1919, is also known as the Amritsar Massacre. On this day in Amritsar, Punjab, India, British troops under the command of Gen Dyer opened fire on a large crowd of unarmed Indians. Hundreds of people were killed, and hundreds more were injured.
14 April- B.R. Ambedkar Remembrance Day
B.R. Ambedkar Remembrance Day, also known as Ambedkar Jayanti or Bhim Jayanti, is celebrated on April 14 to honor B.R. Ambedkar's memory. Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, an Indian politician, and social rights activist, was born on this day.
15 April - Good Friday
This year, Good Friday falls on the 15th of April. In Christianity, this day is considered auspicious. Christians celebrate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday, which falls on the Friday before Easter Sunday.
On this day, many observe a fast and go to church to memorialize Jesus Christ's sacrifice. Black Friday, Holy Friday, Great Friday, and Easter Friday are all names for the same day.
16 April - Hanuman Jayanti
Hanuman Jayanti commemorates Lord Hanuman's birthday. On the full moon day of Chaitra month, it is celebrated all throughout the country.
17 April - World Haemophilia Day
Every year on April 17th, World Haemophilia Day is commemorated to raise awareness about haemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. The World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH) established World Haemophilia Day in 1989 to commemorate the birthday of WFH founder Frank Schnavel.
17 April - Easter Festival
The Easter festival, which commemorates Jesus' resurrection from the dead, is observed all around the world. It is observed every year, although the date of the celebration is not fixed; it varies from year to year.
18 April- World Heritage Day
Every year on April 18th, this day is commemorated to honour the preservation of human heritage and to recognise the efforts of all important organisations in the field. The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) declared this day in 1982, and the General Assembly of UNESCO approved it in 1983.
21 April - National Civil Service Day
Every year on April 21, Civil Service Day is observed to remind people to fully commit and dedicate themselves to the people's cause. On this day, civil workers from all around the country gather to share their experiences and learn from one another about working in the public sector.
22 April- World Earth Day
Earth is the only planet in the universe where life is conceivable, hence it is critical to preserve this natural resource. World Earth Day is observed to raise awareness of the planet's importance.
23 April - World Book and Copyright Day
This day is observed every year on April 23rd to promote the love of books and reading. The magical abilities of books must be recognised because they create a link between the past and the future, as well as a bridge across generations and civilizations.
23 April - English Language Day
Every year on the 23rd of April, the United Nations (UN) observes English Language Day. The day falls on William Shakespeare's birthday and death anniversary, as well as World Book Day.
24 April - National Panchayati Raj Day
24 April: Sachin Tendulkar's Birthday
The God of Cricket has set an example as the best cricketer in the world, beloved by everyone. Millions of people look up to him, and he's also known as a master blaster, tiny master, and other titles.
25 April - World Malaria Day
Every year on April 25th, World Malaria Day is commemorated to promote awareness of the disease malaria, how to control it, and how to entirely eradicate it. The first Malaria Day was commemorated in 2008, and it evolved from Africa Malaria Day, which has been honoured by African countries since 2001.
It was recommended at the World Health Assembly's 60th session in 2007 that Africa Malaria Day be renamed World Malaria Day.
26 April - World Intellectual Property Day
Every year on April 26th, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) commemorates World Intellectual Property Day to raise awareness of how patents, copyright, trademarks, and designs affect daily life. In addition, intellectual property rights play a vital role in stimulating innovation and creativity.
28 April - World Day for Safety and Health at Work
Since 2003, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has commemorated this day every year on April 28. This day commemorates methods to improve workplace safety and health, and it looks forward to maintaining these efforts as technology, demographics, and climate change evolve.
30 April - World Veterinary Day
Every year on the final Saturday in April, people from all around the world gather to raise awareness about the critical role that veterinarians perform. This day is designated by the World Organization for Animal Health and the World Veterinary Association.
|Date||Name of Important Days|
|1 April||Aprils Fools' Day|
|1 April||Odisha Foundation Day|
|1 April||Prevention of Blindness week|
|2 April||World Autism Awareness Day|
|2 April||Beginning of Ramadan|
|4 April||International Day of Mine awareness|
|5 April||National Maritime Day|
|7 April||World Health Day|
|10 April||World Homoeopathy Day (WHD)|
|11 April||National Safe Motherhood Day (NSMD)|
|11 April||National Pet Day|
|13 April||Jallianwala Bagh Massacre|
|14 April||B.R. Ambedkar Remembrance Day|
|15 April||Good Friday|
|17 April||World Haemophilia Day|
|18 April||World Heritage Day|
|21 April||National Civil Service Day|
|22 April||World Earth Day|
|23 April||World Book and Copyright Day|
|24 April||National Panchayati Raj Day|
|25 April||World Malaria Day|
|26 April||World Intellectual Property Day|
|28 April||World Day for Safety and Health at Work|
|30 April||World Veterinary Day|