Important Days in Month of March

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Important days in month of March

1 March Zoo Discrimination Day This annual day is celebrated each year by the United Nations and other international organisation. The day is celebrated to promote and celebrate everyone’s right, regardless of age, gender, nationality, skin, colour etc
1 March World Civil Accounts Day The Indian Civil Accounts Services observes the Civil Accounts Day every year. The day is established on 1976.
3 March World Wildlife Day It is observed to celebrate the globally every year. Beautiful and varied forms of flora and fauna present on the earth and to raise awareness about the conservation of wild flora and fauna.
3 March World Hearing Day The day is celebrated to raise the awareness on how to prevent deafness and hearing loss and promote ear and hearing care.
4 March National Safety Day(security of industrial institution) The day is celebrated every year on same day by National Safety Council of India 2021. The purpose is to instill a sense of safety awareness among people by providing them with safety, health. The day is mark by Minister of Labour, Government of India. The first day was observed in 1972.
4 March National Security Day The day is celebrated in the honour of the Indian security Forces. The aim of day is to show gratitude to all security forces like policemen, para military forces, commando, guards, army officers, and other service persons related to securities Who sacrifice their life to maintain peace and security of people and country
4 March Chabahar Day The Ministry of External Affairs India commemorate this day on 4th March on the sidelines of the Maritime India Summit 2021 being held in New Delhi. The ministers from Afghanistan, Armenia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Uzbekistan.
8 March International Woman’s Day/ UN Day for Woman’s Right and International Peace This day is celebrated internationally on 8th March every year. This day is celebrating on social, economic, cultural, political achievement of woman.
2nd Thursday of  March World Kidney Day The day is observed every year on second Thursday of march. The aim of this campaign is to raise the awareness of the importance of our Kidneys to all over health and reduce the frequency and impact of diseases related to kidneys. 
10 March Central Industrial Security Force(CISF) Foundation Day/ Raising Day This day is observed on 10th march every year. The basic objective of the CISFs better Protection and Security of Industrial undertakings in both government country government and private sectors in India. The CISF is set up under an act of parliament of India 10th march 1969.
2nd Wednesday of March No Smoking Day(On second Wednesday of march) The day is celebrated to raise awareness about the harmful health effects of tobacco/smoking and to encourage people all over the world to quit smoking.
12 March Mauritius Day On 12th march 1992 Mauritius gets independence from Britain in 1968 and became a republic in 1992.
13 March World Sleep Day It is a call to action on importance issues related to sleep, including medicine, social aspects driving and education.
14 March World Pi Day Pi is a symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant. It defines the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and value of Pi is 3.14. diameter and its vale is ancient time Babylonians and Egyptians used approximations for pi when calculating the area of circle.
14 March International Day of Action for River The day is to raise the voice to protect rivers and demand for improving the policies for river. It is the day to educate the people about the threats facing our river and to find solutions.
15 March World Consumer Rights Day The day is to raise the awareness about consumer rights and needs. It is the right of All the consumers that thy are respected and protected and to protest against social injustice.
16 March National Vaccination Day This day is also known as national immunization day. The day was first observed on 16th march 1995 when the first dose of Oral Polio Vaccine was given. 
18 March Ordnance Factories Day in India It is observed every year on India. On this occasion the ordnance factory, Small Arms factory , ordnance parachute factory gun factory and equipment factory acknowledge the day.
20 March International Day of Happiness The day was first celebrated by United Nations in 2013 to recognize the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world.
20 March World Sparrow Day The day is observed to raise the awareness about the conservation of sparrows. Now days this species are distinct in nature.
20 March World Oral Health Day  The day is observed to raise the awareness about health.
21 March World Forestry Day This is day observed to raise the public awareness about the values, significance and contribution of forest to balance the life cycle on earth. The day was established at 23rd general Assembly of the Europeans confederation of Agriculture in 1971.
21 March International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination The day is annually observed on 21st march. On that day , in 1960 police opened fire and killed 69 people at a peaceful demonstraion in Sharpeville, South America against Apartheid pass law.
21 March  World Down Syndrome Day The general assembly has declared 21st march in December 2011 as world syndrome day. This is a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement in human body.
21 March World Poetry Day This day was adopted during UNESCO’s 30th session in Paris in 1999.
22 March World Water day World water day held on 22nd march every year since 1993. The aim of world water day is to raise awareness among people about the importance of fresh water and for sustainable management of freshwater resources. 
23 March World Meteorological Day The day was come into force on 23rd March 1950. The day is to attract the attention of the world towards weather and climate for safety and well being of the society
24 March International Day for the Right to the truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims. The day is observed to pay tribute to Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero. He was murdered in 1980. He was engaged in criticizing violations of the human rights of the most vulnerable individuals in El Salvador. It also promotes the importance of right to truth and justice.
24 March World Tuberculosis Day (TB) World TB Day is celebrated every year to commemorate the date when Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of Mycobacterium, Tuberculosis and the Bacillus that causes Tb in 1882.
25 March International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade The day is celebrated every year to offers the opportunity to honour and remember those who suffered and died at the hands of the brutal slavery system. It also aims to raise awareness about the dangers of racism.
25 March International day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members The day is celebrated every year on the anniversary of the abduction of Alec Collect, a former journalist. He was doing his work for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the near east. He was abducted by armed gunman in 1985 and his body was founded in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley in 2009. 
27 March  World Theater Day The day is celebrated across the world since 1962. The aim of the day is to reduce the importance of the art from theatre.
2nd Monday of March Common Wealth Day The day is celebrated to celebrate the commonwealth of nations annually, since 1977 often held on the second Monday in march. The queen delivers an address to the commonwealth nations which are broadcast throughout the world.
Last Saturday of March Earth Hour day It is celebrated every year on last Saturday of march to fight against climate change and commitment towards a better planet. The Day is World Wide Fund for Nature encouraging individuals, communities and corporate and households to turn off the light for one hours from 8:30-9:30 pm.