July 2020 Calendar
In honor of the birth of Roman general Julius Caesar, the Roman Senate gave him the name of July. Before this, being the fifth month of the 10-month calendar, it was called Quintilis. If you want to know more about July Calendar 2020 read the whole blog. In order of the Julian and Gregorian calendar, July is the seventh month of the year, which comes between June and August.
It is the fourth month out of seven months, whose length is 31 days. In Northern Hemisphere, it is considering to be the average warmest month and second month of summer, whereas it is coldest in the Southern Hemisphere and be the second month of winter. It is saying that in Southern Hemisphere, July seasonal is similar to January in the Northern hemisphere. See More Free Printable August 2020 Calendar
There are few things which you will surprise to know that in the northern hemisphere, the “dogs days” is the starting in July and the late winter or early spring, newly born lambs usually sold out before 1 July. It is also called an essential month for Japanese because in this month’s election takes place for the Japanese House of Councilors, which was held every three years and replacing half of its seats. It is a memorable day too for England people, on 31 July, it is the end of England’s High court of justice Trinity term.
There are two festivals which whose dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian calendar but still celebrated in ancient Rome. The first is Poplifugia, which is on 5 July and another one is Ludi Apollinaris, on 13 July. Well, everyone knows that every day has some specifications and festivals, and we appreciate the value of those days very well.
That is why we bring types of the calendar like 2020 July Printable Calendar, blank calendar, an editable calendar, which helps you to maintain your select dates. Today you will know more about some July 2020 Calendar festivals which rarely heard.
It is a two day festival in honor of the birth of Guru Padmasambhava. This year it will be celebrated on 30 June and 1 July. In this festival, lamas performed a mask dance that represents good prevailing over evil.
It is one of the most important festivals of the Pnar tribe of Meghalaya. Every year it is celebrated when agricultural sowing is over. The meaning of this celebration behind its name is Behdien means drive away from sticks, and Khlam means plague, drive away, or negative forces that affect the crops. This festival is going for three days.
Champakulam Boat Race
The Champakulam Boat Race or snake boat race is one of the oldest traditions in Kerala. According to the Malayalam Era, this race held on the Pamba River on Moolam day. This year it will celebrate on 4 July 2020.
According to the Calendar, July 2020 Bhandara Festival is going to be celebrated on 20 July 2020. This festival is especially happening on Somvati Amavasya. The specialty of this festival is that on this day, the god devotees throw turmeric in all the temple premises and show their devotion by singing and dancing.