January is the month which is full of new luck, new joy, new desires, new wishes and a lot of new resolutions which gives immense amount of joy and satisfaction to people. This month is the first month of a year and is basically known as the New Year, as first January is celebrated all over as the New Year Day with loads and loads of enjoyment and entertainment. This is the month when everyone forgets their all problems and starts celebrating and preparing for the whole New Year thing to enjoy in a very good mood.
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In the month of January, everybody has their own different plans and also their important meetings, official matters, important dates and days of their near and dear ones. So, in order to keep a serious account or note of all these things one needs to maintain the calendar very appropriately. The January calendar 2018 is of great importance to people. It provides people with immense satisfaction of not forgetting any important or significant dates of their official and personal matters which is an important part of their life. The January calendar also provides us with all the types of holidays such as public holidays as well as national holidays. Also it provides us with religious holidays. The starting of the year is January and people actually have high hopes and dreams regarding this month as it begin the starting of the ultimate year ahead. It brings good fortune and love and entertainment to the people and people have high hopes ahead.
January 2018 Holiday Calendar
The first month of the year is January in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the first month to have the length of 31 days. The first day of the month is basically known as the New Year’s Day. It is, on an average note, the coldest month of the year within most of the Northern Hemisphere (where it is the second month of winter) and also it is the warmest month of the year within most of the Southern Hemisphere (where it is the second month of summer). January is actually named after the Latin word for door which describes and explains that it is the opening to a great year with new and fresh beginnings. January month’s birthstone is the garnet which actually represents constancy. The birth flower of January is the cottage pink Galanthus. Aquarius and Capricorn are the two zodiac sigs of January.
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There are many observances made in the January calendar which is being described as per written: January 1st-the first Sunday after Christmas is the Christmas Sunday. January second, the first Monday is known as the Hand Sel Monday. The first Sunday of the year till the Sunday basically falls on January 1st, 6th or 7th, then January 2nd is the feast of the holy name of Jesus. January 6th– the first Friday of January is known as Children’s Day (Bahamas).The Sunday following January 6th is known as the plough Sunday(in England). The Monday which follows January 6th is basically known as the plough Monday(England). The second Monday is known as the Coming of age day(Japan). The 13th of month which falls on Friday is known as Friday the 13th. The Friday before the third Monday is known as Lee-Jackson Day (In Virginia, United States). The second Saturday-january 14th is celebrated as the children’s day in Thailand. And the third Sunday- January 15th is known as the world religion day and also the national sanctity of human life day in the United States. The third full week of January is also known as the national non-smoking week ,from January 15th to January 21st in Canada and also celebrated as the hunt for happiness week.
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The third Monday which is January 16th is known as the Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States and also Idaho human rights day in the united states. The Wednesday of the third week of January is basically known as the weed less Wednesday of Canada.
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The Friday between January 19th to January 25th is basically known as the husband’s day in Iceland. International Fetish day is celebrated on the third Friday. The last week of January from January 22nd to January 28th is celebrated as the national school choice week in the United States. The fourth Monday is known as the national heroes’s day in Cayman Islands. The last Saturday is known as the national seed swap day in the United States. The last Sunday of the month is known as the liberation of Auschwitz Memorial day in Netherlands. January 30th is basically known as the world leprosy day. Finally, the last Monday in January is known as the bubble wrap appreciation day.