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Good Friday

Good Friday is a holy day, observed by the Christians. It is celebrated on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Good Friday is commemorated to venerate

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Ash Wednesday

“Remember, man, that you are dust And unto dust you shall return.” (Latin: Memento homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris.) Ash Wednesday is

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Mexican Flag Day

Mexican Flag Day also known as “El Dia de la Bandera” is celebrated on February 24th,by Mexicans across the country. This day is commemorated as

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Mexican Independence Day

It would be quite interesting to talk about the Mexican Independence Day. Mexico borders the south western part of the United States. It is the

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Setsebun

Setsebun meaning �seasonal division� is celebrated in Japan on the day before each season begins. However, the term actually refers to the Setsebun in spring,

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Canada Day

Canada Day, observed on July 1 annually across Canada is Canada�s national holiday. History The day celebrates the creation of the Dominion of Canada by

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Chinese New Year

According to the Chinese calendar, the Chinese New Year is celebrated on the second new moon following the beginning day of the Winter solstice. For

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Boxing Day

Boxing Day is a listed public holiday in the United Kingdom as well as in some Commonwealth nations like Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Boxing

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Eid Al Fitr

Eid al Fitr begins at the end of the month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It marks the Breaking of

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Eid Al Adha

Eid Al Adha or the �Festival of Sacrifice�is celebrated by Muslims all over the world at the end of the Hajj, which is an annual

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