January 23 is the 23rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. Here, you will check out the list of National and International days which fall on 23 January.
January 23rd Holidays List
Every year, National Handwriting Day is celebrated on January 23. It also marks the birthday of John Hancock — the first man to sign the Declaration of Independence.
National Pie Day is observed on 23 January every year. The day aims to let people enjoy one of their favourite desserts guilt-free.
Every year, First Philippine Republic Day is observed on January 23. The day marks when Emilio Aguinaldo announced the independence of the Philippines after 300 years of Spanish rule to make Asia’s first republic nation.
International Sticky Toffee Pudding Day is observed every year on January 23. Do you know that sticky toffee pudding is also enjoyed in Australia and New Zealand as sticky date pudding?
Every year, Measure Your Feet Day is observed on January 23. The day is about to measure your feet, and then Measure Your Feet Day is most definitely for people.
Every year, National Aiden Day is observed on January 23 in honour of everyone who bears the name Aiden.
National King Day is observed on January 23 every year. The name King is a male American name and it means ‘ruler.’
Every year, National Pedro Day is celebrated on 23 January. Pedro is a Spanish and Portuguese name and has been derived from the Latin word ‘petra,’ meaning ‘stone’ or ‘rock.’
Every year, National Report Pharmaceutical Fraud Day is celebrated on January 23. The day aims to spread the word that whistleblowers will obtain large rewards for reporting pharmaceutical fraud.
Each year, National Rhubarb Pie Day is observed on January 23 to celebrate the delicious rhubarb pie.
Every year, Speak Up and Succeed Day is celebrated on the 4th Tuesday of January. In 2024, it takes place on 23 January.
Every year, Snowplow Mailbox Hockey Day is observed on January 23 in the U.S. The day is commemorated as a token of appreciation by the local community towards the hardworking snow ploughers who clear the streets, roads, and sidewalks in winter.
Parakram Divas, also known as Parakram Diwas is celebrated on January 23 every year. It is an Indian national holiday and highlights the birthday of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (Netaji), who was a prominent nationalist, politician, and freedom fighter. In 2024, Netaji’s 127th birthday takes place, aimed at inspiring citizens, especially the youth, to emulate his courage, doggedness, selfless service, and patriotic fervour even in the face of oppression.