When were you introduced on earth. See the date and go to that page.

We have one request.
You enjoy your birthday with your family, friends, colleageues ...

But if you can give Rs 3650/- as donation to NGO you know and to Thane which is our global development example, you will get not just 3650 times more satisfaction but unlimited satisfaction of helping others.

Rs 3650/- in in Rupees of Indian currency and it is calculated at Rs 10/- for 365 days of the year. You can give equivalent amount in your currency.

If you want to give it to Thane, give it our NGO, Developed Nation Network Trust, which has FCRA so that it can receive funds from any country for projects in India.

We will not take any commission because our idea is to give at least Rs 1 Crore to Thane and instead of we alone giving it, we would promote the giving culture and invite them to donate to Thane in 2021-2022 and then to their country or any other country.

We dont take any cash and we accept funds online, so you can donate to DNNT.


Who can advertise on a day
1) Companies which have products or services related to UN observation day on the day they advertise.
2) Companies who have national or global volunteering day on the day they advertise.
3) Companies which are from countries which have independence days or those exporters from India who export to the related countries

Following can not advertise (for any amount)
1) Political parties 2) Individuals or organisations of Naxalites, terrorists, activists, even any religioous organisations doing great work because there is competition from other religions and we dont want competition on someone's birthday page. 3) Erotic or porno websites or novels or media 4) No agency (Corporate, NGO, Funding agency) which collects funds for NGOs or political parties or erotic or activism or naxalism.

How much are the fees for advertising ?
First, let us make it clear, that there are no fees.
Its donation to the NGO, Developed Nation Network Trust, which has 80 G as well as FCRA. So it can accept donations from any country.

The donation amount is Rs 25000/- or USD 350 for any day.

How will the donation be used ?
The donation will be used for
1) Those NGOs in Thane which will help us make Thane a global example on issues like education, value education, blood donation, retail donation, climate efforts or any NGO which the donor prefers... 2) Reaching out to corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, media and others for promoting Thane efforts so that more money will be donated to Thane by individuals and organisations across the world. 3) Organise celebrity and other meetings so that local, national, global celebrities are part of our global promotion of Brand Thane. 4) Promoting value education, retail donation, blood donation .. on important whatsapp as well as other groups in districts of India, states / UTs in India, in different countries. 5) Creating and constantly updating management modules to NGOs in all countries and this major projects starts in July 2021 or latest by August 2021


Africa Industrialization


Albinism Awareness



Arabic Language

Audiovisual Heritage

Autism Awareness






Biological Diversity

Blood Donor

Book and Copyright


Chagas Disease


Chernobyl Disaster


Child Labour


Children Victims of Aggression

Chinese Language


Clean Air for Blue Skies

First Saturday of July


Creativity and Innovation

Crimes against Journalists

Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development



Detained and Missing Staff Members

Desertification and Drought

Development Information


Disabilities persons

Disaster Risk Reduction

Down Syndrome

Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking



Education from Attack

Elder Abuse

End Obstetric Fistula

English Language


Environment in War and Armed Conflict

Epidemic Preparadness

Equal Pay

Families day

Family Remittances

Female Genital Mutilation

Fishing (Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated)

Food Day

Food Loss and Waste

Food Safety


French Language

Full Moon


Girl Child

Girls in ICT Day [ITU]
Fourth Thursday of April

Girls in Science

Habitat Day
First Monday of October

Happiness day

Health Day

Health Coverage Day

Hepatitis Day

Holocaust victims

Human Fraternity

Human Rights Day

Human Solidarity Day

Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims

Human Space Flight

Humanitarian Day

Indigenous People

Information day

Intellectual Property Day

Jazz Day



Living Together in Peace


Malaria Day

Maritime Day
Last Thursday of September

Mental Health Day

Meteorological Day
Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day


Mine Awareness

Mother Language


Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace


Nelson Mandela
International Day



No-Tobacco Day


Nuclear Tests

Oceans Day

Older Persons

Ozone Layer

Palestinian People

Parents day


Patient Safety Day


Philosophy Day
Third Thursday of November

Poetry Day

Population Day

Post Day

Poverty eradication

Press Freedom Day

Pulses Day

Racial Discrimination

Radio Day

Refugee Day

Road Traffic Victims

Third Sunday of November

Rural Women

Russian Language Day


Safety and Health at Work

Science Day for Peace and Development

Seafarer day

Sexual Violence in Conflict

Slavery abolition

Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade

Sign Languages day

Slave Trade and Its Abolition

Spanish Language Day

Social Justice

Soil Day


South-South Cooperation

Sport for Development and Peace

Statistics Day
Every five years, beginning in 2010

Sustainable Gastronomy


Tea Day

Teachers’ Day

Telecommunication and Information Society Day

Television Day


Toilet Day

Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Tourism Day

Tsunami Awareness Day

Trafficking in Persons

Translation Day

Tropics day

Tuberculosis Day

Tuna Day

UN Peacekeepers

UN Public Service Day

United Nations Day



Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief

Victims of Chemical

Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime

Victims of Enforced Disappearances

Victims of Terrorism

Victims of Torture

Violence against Women

Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development




Water Day

Widows' Day

Wildlife Day

Women's Day

World War (Second)
8-9 May

Yoga day

Youth Skills Day

Youth Day

Zero Discrimination Day


1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda


Migratory Bird
Second Saturday of May
in Canada, US

Second Saturday of October in Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean
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World population =
Divide it by 365 days.

So 21369863 per day.
So today is Birth date of aproximately 21369863 people in the world.

We divide by 365 not 366 because 366 days is once every 4 years.

How you can celebrate your birthday

Its a day which reminds us that all humans are humans first and then they are an integral part of a country, gender.

Humans have decided caste, religion, body colour and know economic poverty but dont want to think of mental poverty and if they know how to measure it, then many economic billionaires or millionaires will be in that mental poverty zone and some economic poor can easily more to mentally super rich zone.

You are different, so celebrate your birthday differently.

Founder Sanjay Kumud Moreshwar Bapat has started it in 2018
If 2 billion of 7.8 billion people donate Rs 3650/ - or USD 75 on every birthday, then world would get 75 USD x 2 billion which is 150 billion US Dollars ever year. Governments would feel that much less burden on them to serve their citizens

So on 6th October 2018, when founder was with Rohan, his speical child who is teaching him the value of integration, to get a Japanese Cake for his second son Aum who likes it very much, he thought that instead of celebrating it on a given day which may not suit people across the world, he should start something which many people in this world anyway celebrate. And this is their birthday..

So he started thinking of the name.
He thought of Give Birthday Gift.
And he thought it may be simple but it was clear and good. And everyone can understand it.

Yes, Give Birthday Gift may look as an order.
So Please Give Birthday Gift looks better sentence.
But we know that if one says please, people will listen and many will neglect it.
And we know 1 billion people live Below the Poverty Line and we know Climate change is happening faster.

We read about floods, droughts regularly... so days of request are gone long time back.
Its order but its a gentle reminder order

e.g. when one forgets to pay tax or doesnt pay it knowingly, the government can order payment.
But if the government official says ... just a gentle reminder that you were supposed to pay tax and the deadline is over. May be you have forgotten the date because you seem to be too busy doing lots of things .. so just a gentle reminder.
If we hear that we know what that official means by saying Gentle reminder.

And we can say ... oh, sorry, I will take care of paying tax ... thanks for reminding me.

So finally, our founder confirmed that the name is Give Birthday Gift.
And we started implementing the idea from 13th October which is founder's wife Rohini's birthday.
Actually, 13th October was the day when Video conferencing to Municipal schools was planned for Hindustan Unilever's Lifebuoy. And it is good for child health. But Municipal Authorities told us on 5th October that they have to give that time for Disaster Management Session on 13th October 2018 with BMC Schools and we can do our Video conferencing on 27th October.

then we thought the gift should be such that billions can give - Gift to Blood Bank..
So we finally decided to give the amount to Late Wamanrao Oka Raktapedhi, a blood bank which is scientific blood bank.

On 13th October, Rohini thought that alongwith money, she should donate 1 bottle of blood.
Founder thought this was far deeper than his thought of just giving money.

When she alongwith Aum went to the Blood Bank, she was tested for Haemoglobin level and she was told that it was slightly less than what the blood bank accepts (This is why we say Late Wamanrao Oka Raktapedhi is scientific)

Founder did not know this.
When founder went to take her out for lunch, she said the donor is changed.
Founder thought she meant that from non blood donor category, she has moved to blood donor category.
Then she shared the scientific things.
She told the blood bank to take Blood of her son Aum, who was happy to donate.

So one can give Rs 3650 or equivalent amount in their currency or less or more amount and alongwith that if one donates blood, it will be far far important.

While our founder was born on 8th August, he has started celebrating 28th August as his new birthday because he was reborn on that day (Not medically or legally reborn but he survived an almost fatal accident on that day), so he observes 8 & 28 August. So he will give it on two days.
Interestingly 2 coincides with his concept that at least everyone should give 2% time & 2% money to this world or universe. And 2 numeric in 28 is just before 8 which is his birthdate, so again 2 is critical.

But 2 can be a numbers game.
Like founder plays game with number 8.
He says he was born on 8.8.1962
In 19, the difference between 1 and 9 is 8
In 62, take it as 6 + 2 which is 8
He was born at 8.35 which means 8 and 3 + 5 = 8 and
a week has 7 days, so he has passed the number of days of week by 1 ....
one can do various numerical games but the fact remains that
he requests people to give 2% time and 2% money to charity.
He realised that 2% is tooooooooooooo much.

So now it is 0.00775% (Click here to know the calculations)

Please note that this donation can be to any NGO from any country and is different from advertising banner on any calendar day page. We say any NGO for any country working on any issue because we have no control to check the credibility of the NGO you give. If its is given to Developed Nation Network Trust, we will use it 100% to the NGO either from Thane or our global example of two more NGOs, one working for disabled citizens and one for nomadics and these two are not in Thane district..
If you do this, the world can then be a good place to Live and Leave.


How will we promote days ?
Every visitor has a birthday.
It is one day which is difficult to forget.
Some see days of birthday of spouse, child, parents, grand parents, friends, marriage days, some are days when close to you left the world.

There are few people like founder who have two birthdays.
One on 8th August when he was born in 1962 and the other is 28th August when he survived from an almost fatal accident (He calls it as his second birthday but in legal terms, no person borns twice. So legally, he admits that he like all of you have one birth day)

We will promote the site to not only organisations but celebrities because celebrities have lot of followers and their money may be far less than they can give, but their words for people in Thane to come together to help Thane make a global example is far more important than any money they give.

For details, contact Datacentre

365 days every year (+ 1 every 4 years)
CSRidentity.com shares each of the 366 days separately.
Yes, every year has 365 days but once in 4 years, world has leap year, where you have 29 days in February instead of normal 28, so 366 days in leap year.

(At least on your birthday)

Birthday : Its the day when you were born. Assume its a Gift to the Earth given by your Parents.

On your Birthday, gift Rs 3650/- to an NGO or community.
Rs 3650/- came from the fact that a year has 365 days, so it can be Rs 365/- or Rs 3650/- or Rs 36500/-
Of course the financial currency is different in countries and one can give equivalent amount .....

Whether you are a Christian and celebrate Christmas,
Hindu and celebrate Diwali,
Muslim and celebrate Id or
of any religion (including the religion of Truth which our founder believes is his religion),
it is likely that you, your family, friends, colleagues celebrate your Birthday.
Its an easy day or date you remember.

Worldover, there are people who observe charity days (in India, Daan Utsav was started by Venkat) but that day or week may not be suitable for someone may be because it clashes with exam period of students or holiday period of schools where one goes out of location for a trip or whatever ....

Our founder told Venkat that he should start Daan Utsav in all countries and we will promote the concept.
But his priority is India.


List of International Days and Weeks

04 Jan World Braille Day (A/RES/73/161)
24 Jan International Day of Education (A/RES/73/25)
27 Jan International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust (A/RES/60/7)

01 Feb World Interfaith Harmony Week (A/RES/65/5)
04 Feb International Day of Human Fraternity (A/RES/75/200)
06 Feb International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation (A/RES/67/146)
10 Feb World Pulses Day (A/RES/73/251)
11 Feb International Day of Women and Girls in Science (A/RES/70/212)
13 Feb World Radio Day (A/RES/67/124)
20 Feb World Day of Social Justice (A/RES/62/10)
21 Feb International Mother Language Day (A/RES/56/262)

01 Mar Zero Discrimination Day
03 Mar World Wildlife Day (A/RES/68/205)
08 Mar International Women's Day
10 Mar International Day of Women Judges (A/RES/75/274)
20 Mar International Day of Happiness (A/RES/66/281)
20 Mar French Language Day
21 Mar International Day of Forests (A/RES/67/200)
21 Mar International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (A/RES/2142 (XXI))
21 Mar Week of Solidarity with the Peoples Struggling against Racism and Racial Discrimination (A/RES/34/24)
21 Mar World Poetry Day (UNESCO 30 C/Resolution 29)
21 Mar International Day of Nowruz (A/RES/64/253)
21 Mar World Down Syndrome Day (A/RES/66/149)
22 Mar World Water Day (A/RES/47/193)
23 Mar World Meteorological Day (WMO/EC-XII/Res.6)
24 Mar World Tuberculosis Day
24 Mar International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims (A/RES/65/196)
25 Mar International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade (A/RES/62/122)
25 Mar International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members (A/RES/49/59)

02 Apr World Autism Awareness Day (A/RES/62/139)
04 Apr International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action (A/RES/60/97)
05 Apr International Day of Conscience (A/RES/73/329)
06 Apr International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (A/RES/67/296)
07 Apr International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda (A/RES/58/234)
07 Apr World Health Day (WHA/A.2/Res.35)
12 Apr International Day of Human Space Flight (A/RES/65/271)
14 Apr World Chagas Disease Day
20 Apr Chinese Language Day
21 Apr World Creativity and Innovation Day (A/RES/71/284)
22 Apr International Girls in ICT Day
22 Apr International Mother Earth Day (A/RES/63/278)
23 Apr Spanish Language Day
23 Apr World Book and Copyright Day (UNESCO 28 C/Resolution 3.18)
23 Apr English Language Day
24 Apr International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace (A/RES/73/127)
24 Apr World Immunization Week [WHO]
25 Apr World Malaria Day
25 Apr International Delegate’s Day (A/RES/73/286)
26 Apr International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day (A/RES/71/125)
26 Apr World Intellectual Property Day
28 Apr World Day for Safety and Health at Work
30 Apr International Jazz Day (UNESCO 36 C/Resolution 39)


02 May World Tuna Day (A/RES/71/124)
03 May World Press Freedom Day (UNESCO 26 C/Resolution 4.3)
05 May World Portuguese Language Day [UNESCO]
08 May World Migratory Bird Day
08 May Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation for Those Who Lost Their Lives During the Second World War (A/RES/59/26)
10 May International Day of Argania (A/RES/75/262)
15 May International Day of Families (A/RES/47/237)
16 May International Day of Living Together in Peace (A/RES/72/130)
16 May International Day of Light (UNESCO 39 C/Resolution 16)
17 May World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (A/RES/60/252)
17 May UN Global Road Safety Week [WHO] (biennial)
20 May World Bee Day (A/RES/72/211)
21 May International Tea Day (A/RES/74/241)
21 May World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development (A/RES/57/249)
22 May International Day for Biological Diversity (A/RES/55/201)
23 May International Day to End Obstetric Fistula (A/RES/67/147)
25 May Week of Solidarity with the Peoples of Non-Self-Governing Territories (A/RES/54/91)
26 May Vesak, the Day of the Full Moon (A/RES/54/115)
29 May International Day of UN Peacekeepers (A/RES/57/129)
31 May World No-Tobacco Day (WHA Resolution 42.19)


01 Jun Global Day of Parents (A/RES/66/292)
03 Jun World Bicycle Day (A/RES/72/272)
04 Jun International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression (A/RES/ES-7/8)
05 Jun World Environment Day (A/RES/2994 (XXVII))
05 Jun International Day for the Fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (A/RES/72/72)
06 Jun Russian Language Day
07 Jun World Food Safety Day (A/RES/73/250)
08 Jun World Oceans Day (A/RES/63/111)
12 Jun World Day Against Child Labour
13 Jun International Albinism Awareness Day (A/RES/69/170)
14 Jun World Blood Donor Day (WHA Resolution 58.13)
15 Jun World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (A/RES/66/127)
16 Jun International Day of Family Remittances (A/RES/72/281)
17 Jun World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought (A/RES/49/115)
18 Jun Sustainable Gastronomy Day (A/RES/71/246)
19 Jun International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict (A/RES/69/293)
20 Jun World Refugee Day (A/RES/55/76)
21 Jun International Day of Yoga (A/RES/69/131)
21 Jun International Day of the Celebration of the Solstice (A/RES/73/300)
23 Jun United Nations Public Service Day (A/RES/57/277)
23 Jun International Widows' Day (A/RES/65/189)
25 Jun Day of the Seafarer (IMO STCW/CONF.2/DC.4)
26 Jun International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (A/RES/42/112)
26 Jun United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture (A/RES/52/149)
27 Jun Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day (A/RES/71/279)
29 Jun International Day of the Tropics (A/RES/71/279)
30 Jun International Asteroid Day (A/RES/71/90)
30 Jun International Day of Parliamentarism (A/RES/72/278)

03 Jul International Day of Cooperatives (A/RES/47/90)
11 Jul World Population Day (A/RES/45/216)
15 Jul World Youth Skills Day (A/RES/69/145)
18 Jul Nelson Mandela International Day (A/RES/64/13)
20 Jul World Chess Day (A/RES/74/22)
25 Jul World Drowning Prevention Day (A/RES/75/273)
28 Jul World Hepatitis Day
30 Jul International Day of Friendship (A/RES/65/275)
30 Jul World Day against Trafficking in Persons (A/RES/68/192)

01 Aug World Breastfeeding Week [WHO]
09 Aug International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples (A/RES/49/214)
12 Aug International Youth Day (A/RES/54/120)
19 Aug World Humanitarian Day (A/RES/63/139)
21 Aug International Day of Remembrance and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism (A/RES/72/165)
22 Aug International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief (A/RES/73/296)
23 Aug International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Its Abolition (UNESCO 29 C/Resolution 40))
29 Aug International Day against Nuclear Tests (A/RES/64/35)
30 Aug International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances (A/RES/65/209)
31 Aug International Day for People of African Descent (A/RES/75/170 draft A/75/476)

05 Sep International Day of Charity (A/RES/67/105)
07 Sep International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies (A/RES/74/212)
08 Sep International Literacy Day (UNESCO 14 C/Resolution 1.441)
09 Sep International Day to Protect Education from Attack (A/RES/74/275)
12 Sep United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation (A/RES/58/220)
15 Sep International Day of Democracy (A/RES/62/7)
16 Sep International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer (A/RES/49/114)
17 Sep World Patient Safety Day
18 SepvInternational Equal Pay Day (A/RES/74/142)
21 Sep International Day of Peace (A/RES/36/67 & )
23 Sep International Day of Sign Languages (A/RES/72/161)
26 Sep International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (A/RES/68/32)
27 Sep World Tourism Day
28 Sep International Day for Universal Access to Information (A/RES/74/5)
29 Sep International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste (A/RES/74/209)
30 Sep World Maritime Day (IMCO/C XXXVIII/21)
30 Sep International Translation Day (A/RES/71/288)



01 Oct International Day of Older Persons (A/RES/45/106)
02 Oct World Statistics Day (A/RES/69/282)
02 Oct International Day of Non-Violence (A/RES/61/271)
04 Oct World Habitat Day (A/RES/40/202 A)
04 Oct World Space Week (A/RES/54/68)
05 Oct World Teachers’ Day (UNESCO 27 C/INF.7))
09 Oct World Migratory Bird Day
09 Oct World Post Day (UPU/1969/Res.C.11)
10 Oct World Mental Health Day
11 Oct International Day of the Girl Child (A/RES/66/170)
13 Oct International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction (A/RES/64/200)
15 Oct International Day of Rural Women (A/RES/62/136)
16 Oct World Food Day (A/RES/35/70)
17 Oct International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (A/RES/47/196)
24 Oct Global Media and Information Literacy Week (A/RES/75/267)
24 Oct United Nations Day (A/RES/168 (II))
24 Oct Disarmament Week (A/RES/S-10/2 (p. 102))
24 Oct World Development Information Day (A/RES/3038 (XXVII))
27 Oct World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (UNESCO 33/C/Resolution 5)
31 Oct World Cities Day (A/RES/68/239)

02 Nov International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists (A/RES/68/163)
05 Nov World Tsunami Awareness Day (A/RES/70/203)
06 Nov International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict (A/RES/56/4)
09 Nov International Week of Science and Peace (A/RES/43/61)
10 Nov World Science Day for Peace and Development (UNESCO 31 C/Resolution 20)
13 Nov World Antibiotic Awareness Week, 13-19 November [WHO]
14 Nov World Diabetes Day (A/RES/61/225)
16 Nov International Day for Tolerance (UNESCO 28 C/Resolution 5.61)
18 Nov World Philosophy Day (UNESCO 33 C/Resolution 37)
19 Nov World Toilet Day (A/RES/67/291)
20 Nov Africa Industrialization Day (A/RES/44/237)
20 Nov World Children's Day (A/RES/836(IX))
21 Nov World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (A/RES/60/5)
21 Nov World Television Day (A/RES/51/205)
25 Nov International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (A/RES/54/134)
29 Nov International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People (A/RES/32/40B)
30 Nov Day of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical Warfare (OPCW C-20/DEC.10)