Free Printable November 2020 Calendar
In Julian and Gregorian Calendars the month which comes in the Eleventh Position is November. It comes with 30 days. According to the Roman Calendar, November monthlies in the ninth position. In this month Southern Hemisphere has a late spring and late autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. Hence the November month in the Southern Hemisphere is equivalent to the May of Northern Hemisphere.
It is saying that in the United States and Canada this month is called National Beard Month and No shave Month or No shave November. Whereas in Australia they grow a mustache in spite of a full beard.
The birthstone of this month is Topaz ( found in many colors but the orange, yellowish color stone considered is the best one, and it is accepted traditionally also. We all know that November is the month but have you noticed this November comes every year and goes every year, I mean it’s obvious but have you ever think that how can you make these month special or utilize its every day. See More Free Printable December 2020 Calendar
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Remembrance Day – Remembrance Day is also known as Armistice Day Celebrates on every 11th of November. This day basically represented the end of World War I in 1918. On Remembrance Day, Canadians give devotion to those men and women who work during the period of war and conflict, in which more than 2,300,000 Canadians had served sacrifices and worked, and around 118,000 sacrifices their life’s.
This day is Public Holiday, as well as a statutory holiday. It is celebrated in many regions; some of them are Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories.
Diwali – Diwali also called Deepawali, one of the biggest festivals in Hindu Religion, a celebration of lights. It’s not a one-day festival; many festivals come before and after this that makes it more prominent. It is a five-day festival that starts from Dhanteras and ends on Bhaidooj. It symbolizes good over evil, purity over impurity, and light over darkness.
It is celebrated in the honor of Ram who came back Aayodya after 14 years of exile during which he won many battles, one of the most popular is battle with Ravana. On this day people make rangoli and light up the candles or diya, also decor with colorful lamps and lanterns. On this day, worship the Goddess Lakshmi and distribute and share the sweets and unique dishes with their friends and relatives.