Important Days in November – List of November Important Dates

List of Important Days in November from India National and International with dates are here. Hello candidates, in this post we are describing November important days of India and the world. The name of important days plays an important role in competitive exams as we can expect some questions from this part. This important days of November 2018 list will be useful for you in all kinds of competitive exams. We have arranged the list in proper order starting from 01st November to 30th November. This is the complete list of Important Days in November and there is no need to need to go anywhere else after you read it completely.

Important Days in November

November Important Dates – India

01st November – Karnataka Formation Day

06th November – Deepavali

07th November – Infant Protection Day

09th November – Legal Services Day

11th November – National Education Day

12th November – Public Service Broadcasting Day

14th November – Children’s Day

17th November – National Epilepsy Day, National Journalism Day

19th November – National Integration Day

20th November – Id-e-Milad

23rd November – Guru Nanak Birthday

26th November – Constitution Day (National Law Day), Kanakadasa Jayanti

November Important Dates – World

01st November – National Authors Day, World Vegan Day, Extra Mile Day

02nd November – National Deviled Egg Day, International Project Management Day, National Men Make Dinner Day, National Broadcast Traffic Professionals Day

03rd November – National Housewife’s Day in Portugal, National Sandwich Day, World Jellyfish Day, National Cliche Day,

04th November – National Common Sense Day, King Tut Day

05th November – National Love Your Red Hair Day, World Tsunami Awareness Day, Guy Fawkes Day and Gunpowder Day

06th November – Saxophone Day, International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict

07th November – National Hug A Bear Day

08th November – World Radiography Day, World Urbanism Day, World Quality Day, International Tongue Twister Day

09th November – Chaos Never Dies Day, World Freedom Day, Guinness World Record Day

10th November – World Science Day for Peace and Development, National Area Code Day, National Vanilla Cupcake Day

11th November – World Origami Day, Pocky Day, Pepero Day, Veterans Day

12th November – World Pneumonia Day, National Happy Hour Day, Fancy Rat and Mouse Day

13th November – World Kindness Day, Sadie Hawkins Day

14th November – National Spicy Guacamole Day, World Diabetes Day, National Pickle Day, Operating Room Nurse Day, GIS Day

15th November – National Philanthropy Day, I Love to Write Day

November Important Dates – World

16th November – National Fast Food Day, International Day for Tolerance, National Button Day, Social Enterprise Day

17th November – International Students Day, National Take A Hike Day, World Prematurity Day, National Homemade Bread Day, National UnFriend Day

18th November – Occult Day, Mickey Mouse Day, World Adult Day

19th November – International Men’s Day, World Toilet Day

20th November –  Africa Industrialization Day, Universal Children’s Day, National Absurdity Day, Name Your PC Day

21st November – World Television Day, World Fisheries Day, World Hello Day

22nd November – Go For a Ride Day,

23rd November – Fibonacci Day

24th November – National Flossing Day, Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day

25th November – National Maize Day, National Parfait Day, International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, International Meatless

26th November – National Cake Day, International Aura Awareness Day

27th November – National Pins And Needles Day

28th November – Red Planet Day, National French Toast Day

29th November – National Square Dance Day, Electronic Greeting Card Day, International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People

30th November – International Computer Security Day, Bonifacio Day

3rd Sunday of November – World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

Important Days in November

November is the eleventh and penultimate month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars, the fourth and last of four months to have a length of 30 days, and the fifth and last of five months to have a length of fewer than 31 days. Actually, November was the ninth month of the ancient Roman calendar. November retained its name (from the Latin novem meaning “nine”) when January and February were added to the Roman calendar.

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