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Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Marine Day occured on this day
Monday July 15, 2019(7/15/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:00 am (night), sunset: 4:11 pm, rdDate=737255
Marine Day
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Tuesday July 16, 2019(7/16/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:01 am (night), sunset: 4:10 pm, rdDate=737256
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Wednesday July 17, 2019(7/17/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:02 am (night), sunset: 4:09 pm, rdDate=737257
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Monday July 15, 2019(7/15/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:00 am (night), sunset: 4:11 pm, rdDate=737255
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Tuesday July 16, 2019(7/16/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:01 am (night), sunset: 4:10 pm, rdDate=737256
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Independence Day (Slovakia) occurs on this day
Wednesday July 17, 2019(7/17/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:02 am (night), sunset: 4:09 pm, rdDate=737257
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
Monday Ashadha 14, 2076(4/14/2076) on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Monday July 15, 2019(7/15/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:00 am (night), sunset: 4:11 pm, rdDate=737255
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
Guru Purnima occurs on this day
Tuesday Ashadha 15, 2076(4/15/2076) on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Tuesday July 16, 2019(7/16/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:01 am (night), sunset: 4:10 pm, rdDate=737256
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
Wednesday Ashadha 16, 2076(4/16/2076) on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Wednesday July 17, 2019(7/17/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:02 am (night), sunset: 4:09 pm, rdDate=737257
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Monday July 15, 2019(7/15/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:00 am (night), sunset: 4:11 pm, rdDate=737255
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Day occurs on this day
Tuesday July 16, 2019(7/16/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:01 am (night), sunset: 4:10 pm, rdDate=737256
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Wednesday July 17, 2019(7/17/2019) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise:12:02 am (night), sunset: 4:09 pm, rdDate=737257

July 2019
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Wednesday July 17, 2019 (7/17/2019)
Method: July 17th on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

An Independence Day is an annual event commemorating the anniversary of a nation's assumption of independent statehood, usually after ceasing to be a colony or part of another nation or state; more rarely after the end of a military occupation.

Most countries observe their respective independence days as a national holiday, and in some cases the observance date is controversial or contested. Not all countries observe an independence day holiday, choosing to celebrate other national days instead of or alongside an independence day.

Ashadha 2076
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Tuesday July 16, 2019 (7/16/2019) at Sunrise Sunrise icon (12:01 am (night))
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Tuesday Ashadha 15, 2076 (4/15/2076)
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Wednesday July 17, 2019 (7/17/2019) at Sunrise Sunrise icon (12:02 am (night))
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Wednesday Ashadha 16, 2076 (4/16/2076)
Method: Ashadha 15th on Hindu Lunar calendar
Notes: (Full moon day of Ashadha)
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Guru Purnima (IAST: Guru Pūrṇimā, sanskrit: गुरु पूर्णिमा) is a festival traditionally celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists.On this day, disciples offer puja (worship) or pay respect to their Guru (Spiritual Guide). It falls on the day of full moon, Purnima, in the month of Ashadh (June–July) of the Shaka Samvat, Indian national calendar and Hindu calendar. Traditionally the festival is celebrated by Buddhists in the honor the lord Buddha who gave His first sermon on this day at Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India. While Hindus celebrate it in the honour of the great sage Vyasa, who is seen as one of the greatest gurus in ancient Hindu traditions, and a symbol of the Guru-shishya tradition. Vyasa was not only believed to have been born on this day, but also to have started writing the Brahma Sutras on ashadha sudha padyami which ends on this day, hence their recitations as a dedication to him, are organised on this day, which is also known as Vyasa Purnima.[1][2][3]

The festival is common to all spiritual traditions in Hinduism, where it is dedicated to the expression of gratitude towards the teacher by his/her disciple.[4] Hindu ascetics and wandering monks (sanyasis), observe this day by offering puja to the Guru, during the Chaturmas , a four month period during the rainy season, when they choose seclusion, and halt at one selected place; some also give discourses to the local public.[5] Students of the Indian classical music, which also follows the Guru shishya parampara, celebrate this festival, around the world.[6]

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Tuesday July 16, 2019 (7/16/2019)
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Wednesday July 17, 2019 (7/17/2019)
Method: July 16th on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Our Lady of Mount Carmel is the title given to the Blessed Virgin Mary in her role as patroness of the Carmelite Order. The first Carmelites were Christian hermits living on Mount Carmel in the Holy Land during the late 12th and early to mid 13th centuries. They built a chapel in the midst of their hermitages which they dedicated to the Blessed Virgin, whom they conceived of in chivalric terms as the "Lady of the place."

Since the 15th century, popular devotion to Our Lady of Mount Carmel has centered on the Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel also known as the Brown Scapular, a sacramental associated with promises of Mary's special aid for the salvation of the devoted wearer. Traditionally, Mary is said to have given the Scapular to an early Carmelite named Saint Simon Stock. The liturgical feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is celebrated on 16 July.[1]


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