January I the first month of the year and it is named after two faced Roman god Janus. This month brings in the vibes of new-fangled phases where many people make resolution which they tend to follow. There are several important dates and days which fall in the month of January.
On 9th January NRI day is celebrated where contribution is paid to the overseas community for the development of India. World Hindi day is celebrated on 10th January which is organized by ministry of external affairs. Importance of Hindi language is explained to the young students so that they can use more of this language.12th January is renowned as national youth day and Swami Vivekanand was born on this day. Makar Sankranti fall on 14th January every year where people fly kites and enjoy this day. Army day is celebrated on 15th January where all the martyrs are remembered. 23rd January is remembered as Netaji Jayanti as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was born on this day. Description of their life struggles are told in schools and workplaces. 26th January is marked as national day and it is celebrated as republic day in all over India. On this day Indian constitution was enforced and this day is declared as public holiday. On 30th January falls Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary and speeches are delivered about his memorable journey. In January the days are very cold in some parts of India and people welcome this month with celebrations.