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Today - Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Sunday August 31, 2014(8/31/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:11 am, sunset: 2:49 pm, rdDate=735476
Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Picnic Day occurs on this day
Monday September 1, 2014(9/1/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:12 am, sunset: 2:47 pm, rdDate=735477
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Tuesday September 2, 2014(9/2/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:14 am, sunset: 2:44 pm, rdDate=735478
Today - Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Sunday August 31, 2014(8/31/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:11 am, sunset: 2:49 pm, rdDate=735476
Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Labor Day occurs on this day
Monday September 1, 2014(9/1/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:12 am, sunset: 2:47 pm, rdDate=735477
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Tuesday September 2, 2014(9/2/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:14 am, sunset: 2:44 pm, rdDate=735478
Today - Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Sunday August 31, 2014(8/31/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:11 am, sunset: 2:49 pm, rdDate=735476
Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Random Acts of Kindness Day (New Zealand) occurs on this day
Monday September 1, 2014(9/1/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:12 am, sunset: 2:47 pm, rdDate=735477
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Tuesday September 2, 2014(9/2/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:14 am, sunset: 2:44 pm, rdDate=735478
Today - Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
Paryushana continues on this day
Sunday Bhadrapada 6, 2071(6/6/2071) on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Sunday August 31, 2014(8/31/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:11 am, sunset: 2:49 pm, rdDate=735476
Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Monday September 1, 2014(9/1/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
rdDate=735477
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Tuesday September 2, 2014(9/2/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
rdDate=735478
Today - Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
Ganesh Chaturthi continues on this day
Sunday Bhadrapada 6, 2071(6/6/2071) on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Sunday August 31, 2014(8/31/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:11 am, sunset: 2:49 pm, rdDate=735476
Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Monday September 1, 2014(9/1/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
rdDate=735477
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunrise)
on the Hindu-Lunar calendar
Tuesday September 2, 2014(9/2/2014) on the Gregorian calendar
rdDate=735478

Active Events:
September 2014
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Monday September 1, 2014 (9/1/2014)
Method: 1st Monday after August 26th on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Picnic Day is a public holiday in the Northern Territory of Australia which takes place every year on the first Monday of August. It was originally declared a public holiday to enable Darwin's railway workers to go to Adelaide River for a picnic.

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Monday September 1, 2014 (9/1/2014)
Method: First Monday of September on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Labor Day is a United States federal holiday observed on the first Monday in September (September 3 in 2012) that celebrates the economic and social contributions of workers.

Recent research indicates that, in 1882, Matthew Maguire, a machinist, first proposed the holiday while serving as secretary of the CLU (Central Labor Union) of New York.[1] Others argue that it was first proposed by Peter J. McGuire of the American Federation of Labor in May 1882,[2] after witnessing the annual labor festival held in Toronto, Canada.[3]

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Monday September 1, 2014 (9/1/2014)
Method: September 1st on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Random Acts of Kindness Day is the name of an unofficial holiday increasingly celebrated around the world by localities or organizations, or nationwide, in order to encourage acts of kindness. The original founder of Random Acts of Kindness Day is unknown.[citation needed].

The holiday is celebrated annually in the United States on February 17 and in New Zealand on September 1.[1] In New Zealand, RAK day began at a national level in 2005[2] by Josh de Jong, Marshall Gray, Megan Singleton and Reuben Gwyn. It is not a holiday, rather a national day where the entire country is challenged to do something kind to a friend or stranger for no reason at all.

August 2014
Bhadrapada 2071
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Saturday August 30, 2014 (8/30/2014) at Sunrise Sunrise icon ( 1:09 am)
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Saturday Bhadrapada 5, 2071 (6/5/2071)
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Saturday September 6, 2014 (9/6/2014) at Sunrise Sunrise icon ( 1:20 am)
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Saturday Bhadrapada 12, 2071 (6/12/2071)
Method: Bhadrapada 5th on Hindu Lunar calendar
Notes: [Bhadrapada Shukla (bright phase) panchami (5th)]
Length: 70 days
Period: 1 year

Paryushana (or Paryusan) is one of the two most important festivals for the Jains, the other being Diwali. Normally Svetambara Jains refer it as Paryushana, while Digambara Jains refer it as Daslakshana. Paryushan means, literally, "abiding" or "coming together". It is also a time when the laity take on vows of study and fasting with a spiritual intensity similar to temporary monasticism.[1][2] The duration of Paryusana is for 8 or 10 days and comes at the time when the wandering monks take up temporary residence for four months of monsoon. In popular terminology, this stay is termed chaturmasa because the rainy season is regarded to be about four months. For this minimum duration, Paryushana must be initiated by Panchami (fifth day) of the Shukla Paksha phase of the Bhadrapada month. In the scriptures it is described that Lord Mahavira used to start Paryushana on Bhadrapada pak sha panchami. After Mahavir, nearly 150 years Jain Samvatsari was shifted to Chaturthi (4th day of Bhadrapada of Shukla phase. Since 2200 years Jains follows Chaturthi.

The date for the Paryushana festival is thus Bhadrapada Shukla Chaturthi for both major sects. Because of computational and other differences, there can be some minor differences among various subsects. Recently there has been an attempt to standardize the date. Because at this time the monks have settled in the town for a longer duration, it is time for the householders to have an annual renewal of the faith by listening to the statement of the Dharma and by meditation and vratas (self-control). In the Digambaras, it is done by starting a 10-day period from Paryushana (Bhadrapada Shukla panchami) during which the dashalakshana vrata is undertaken. In the Shvetambaras an 8-day festival is celebrated that ends with Bhadrapada Shukla chaturthi. The last day is called Samvatsari, short for Samvatsari Pratikramana.

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Friday August 29, 2014 (8/29/2014) at Sunrise Sunrise icon ( 1:08 am)
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Friday Bhadrapada 4, 2071 (6/4/2071)
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Monday September 8, 2014 (9/8/2014) at Sunrise Sunrise icon ( 1:23 am)
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Monday Bhadrapada 14, 2071 (6/14/2071)
Method: Bhadrapada 4th on Hindu Lunar calendar
Length: 10 days
Period: 1 year

Ganesh Chaturthi (Marathi: गणेश चतुर्थी, Konkani: चवथ, Hindi: गणेश चतुर्थी, Malayalam: വിനായക ചതുര്‍ത്ഥി, Tamil: விநாயகர் சதுர்த்தி, Kannada: ಗಣೇಶ ಚತುರ್ಥೀ, Telugu: వినాయక చవితి), also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, is the Hindu festival of Ganesha also called Vinayagar in Tamil Nadu, the son of Shiva and Parvati, who is believed to bestow his presence on earth for all his devotees in the duration of this festival. It is the day Shiva declared his son Ganesha as superior to all the gods. Ganesha is widely worshipped as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune and traditionally invoked at the beginning of any new venture or at the start of travel.

The festival, also known as Ganeshotsav ("festival of Ganesha") is observed in the Hindu calendar month of Bhaadrapada, starting on the shukla chaturthi (fourth day of the waxing moon period). The date usually falls between 19 August and 15 September. The festival lasts for 10 days, ending on Anant Chaturdashi (fourteenth day of the waxing moon period).


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