Aug 08

On this day, 

1️⃣ Quit India Movement: It is celebrated in the memory of the Quit India movement that shows off the clash of freedom fighters. The Quit India Movement is also recognized as August Kranti Diwas or Bharat Chodo Andolan.


It was started by Gandhiji on 8 August 1942, during World War II, demanding to end the British Rule in India. In his speech at Mumbai’s Gowalia Tank, Gandhiji called the nation to ‘Do or Die’ in his speech. Within an hour of his speech, nearly the whole INC was jailed while not trial. National leaders like Abdul Kalam Azad, Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru were detained.

The British would not give immediate independence and expressed that it must be allowed after the war ended. At long last, India got freedom in 1947.

3 famous quotes used by Gandhiji:

  1. Hindu-Muslim unity is not a new thing. Millions of Hindus and Muslim have sought after it.

  2. The mantra is: 'Do or Die'. We shall either free India or die in the attempt; we shall not live to see the perpetuation of our slavery.

  3. Think what difference it would make if India was to participate as a free ally.


2️⃣ Top 8 Challenge Day: Due to our busy life and living style, we all have more or less disturbed digestive system. Some time we have stomach aches, indigestion and other tummy problems. Top 8 Challenge Day is proposed to expel top allergenic foods from our eating routine - milk, eggs, wheat, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and shellfish.


 It was begun by the foundation ausEE, which is devoted to improving the lives of individuals influenced by eosinophilic disease - fighting white blood cell. It was started since 2010 and celebrate every year. The charity offers resources to extend awareness, such as posters and social media badges.

5 ways to celebrate:

  1. Eliminate as many of the foods from your diet

  2. Attempt to eliminate two from each meal

  3. Take this challenge each day

  4. Spread awareness

  5. Donate some money to NGO


3️⃣ Happiness Happens Day: It was begun by the Secret Society of Happy People. The purpose is to remind individuals that could be number of ways to become happy. If you are happy, tell somebody! If someone is happy, hear them out!


The Secret Society of Happy People was established in August of 1998 to celebrate joy in their daily life and notice cheerful moments. They have two goals:  "Don't Even Think of Raining on My Parade" and the second is "Happiness Happens".

5 ways to celebrate:

  1. Do something good to yourself

  2. Make someone else happy

  3. Spread joy across the community

  4. Stop thinking of your worries for at least today

  5. Volunteering your time and money