National days in January 2021 are as below,
|1||National Spaghetti Day||Jan 4th|
|2||National Bird Day||Jan 5th|
|3||National Milk Day||Jan 11th|
|6||National Pharmacist Day||Jan 12th|
|7||National Youth Day||Jan 12th|
|8||National Bagel Day||Jan 15th|
|9||National Hat Day||Jan 15th|
|10||Winnie The Pooh Day||Jan 18th|
|11||National Popcorn Day||Jan 19th|
|12||National Penguin Day||Jan 20th|
|13||National Hugging Day||Jan 21st|
|14||National Pie Day||Jan 23rd|
|15||National Compliment Day||Jan 24th|
|19||National Opposite Day||Jan 25th|
|20||National Spouse Day||Jan 26th|
|16||National Chocolate Cake Day||Jan 27th|
|17||National Puzzle Day||Jan 29th|
|18||National Croissant Day||Jan 30th|
January, the month that was named after the Roman God Janus, who is the God of Gateways/ God of beginnings and endings. January is the gateway to New year, and everyone looks forward to the new beginnings, new chances, new lifestyles, and new adventures. Hence January is welcomed with great delight and mirth. The tradition of setting a new year’s resolution is also very popular this month.
The fascinating thing about this month is that it has many weird yet interesting days which adds extra specialty to this month. The first specialty is that January 1 is the first day of the first month in the new year. In January many great personalities are remembered and respected, they are Benjamin Franklin, Martin Luther King Jr., Amelia Earhart.
January is also known for many special observances; some of which are as follows:
i) International Creativity Month
ii) “It’s okay to be different” Month
iii) National Blood donor Month
iv) National Book Month
v) National Hobby Month
vi) National Thyroid Awareness Month
vii) National Birth Defects Prevention Month, etc.
January becomes an extra special month because of the above-mentioned days. When people celebrate these days, it adds more meaning to each day and it will also be a day to remember and cherish.