What We Know About Holidays

Holidays – days when, in accordance with one or another tradition, such as traditional or religious, made fun spending time arranging a party with feasting, ceremonies, one word is made this day of series of routine, any action that contribute to idle pastime, recreation, or saluting accolades and increased attention to any event. Holiday calendar can include a weekend, if Holidays consistent priority of the day off a month, which was appointed party (usually a professional holiday), and the working days, if the holiday corresponds to a specific date. Also in the holiday calendar includes religious holidays, international holidays, professional holidays, public holidays official, unofficial holidays and personal holidays, relating only to a specific person, family, or a certain circle of people, friends and acquaintances. The largest number of festivals are international events, popular and not so, each of whom, in different countries have different priorities and accordingly fame. In our country, the most famous and strictly celebrate International festivals are: International Women's Day (8 March), International Children's Day (1 June), Teachers' Day (October 5).

In recent years, Russia began to observe World Health Day (April 7), an international day of struggle for the rights of persons with disabilities (5 May), International Day of Older Persons (October 1) and many others. Second in quantity, we are professional holidays, some of which are well known and widely observed, for example, already referred to Teachers' Day, a day of Space (12 April) afternoon radio (May 7), the day the police (10 November). As well as some which are not known to all and marked only by those with direct relevance to the profession, for example, day Banker (May 10) or the day of marketing (October 25). In Russia, which is a stronghold of Orthodoxy throughout the world, particularly revered religious holidays, and not just believers, but also ordinary citizens. This is evidenced by the fact that virtually every Orthodox by birth resident in our country knows and celebrates the feast of Passover, Christmas (January 7), which, incidentally, has more status and public holiday. Muslims of Russia is widely celebrate their traditional religious holidays – Nowruz (the spring equinox, the Muslim holiday) and Eid al-Fitr (end of fasting month of Ramadan).

Public holidays in Russia include public holidays, declaring public holidays, such as Victory Day (May 9), or the Day of Russia (June 12), and official working holidays, which take place in celebrations such as Day of Russian students – Tatyana's Day (January 25) or Day of Knowledge (1 September). Informal celebrations set by the people, they are incredibly loved, and their conduct has long been a constant tradition of good enough to mention the Old New Year (January 14) or April Fool's Day (April 1). As far as personal holidays, it is natural to birthdays, anniversaries weddings, and many others that are celebrated with family and friends, or holidays, on a certain group of people, such as any anniversary of the ascent of a group of comrades on the highest peak in the area of the city Uryupinsk. So, if you do not have enough public holidays, create your own and celebrate, that you only increase the amount of positive emotions and positive emotions in their lives.


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